Yukon Quest: Top mushers finish stay in Dawson City

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FAIRBANKS, Alaska - The top Mushers in the 2019 Yukon Quest have made their way to the halfway point of the race, and are spending their Mandatory 36 hour layover in Dawson City.
Brent Sass was the first musher in to Dawson when he arrived three days after his start in Whitehorse.
Michelle Phillips checked in about half an hour after Sass, and Hans Gatt holds the bronze medal position.
Allen Moore and Paige Drobny will round out our top five, who will hit the trail once the mandatory layover is complete.
Sass will be able to get back into the race early tomorrow morning.
Our current red lantern holder is rookie Jimmy Lebling, who was the final musher to check in to Scroggie Creek.
For the fourth consecutive day, there are no scratches or withdrawals to report in this year's Quest.