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The Starting Grid

Sled DogThe Quest starts tomorrow at 11:00AM PST [1PM CST] from Whitehorse with 25 mushers and 14 dogs per musher. The two fastest mushers for the two versions of the race are in the field. Hans Gatt, who has won the Quest four times, holds the record for the Fairbanks to Whitehorse trail of 9 days and 26 minutes. Sebastian Schnuelle, 2009 winner, holds the record for this year’s trail of 9 days, 23 hours, and 20 minutes.

1 Kelley Griffin (1)
2 Denis Tremblay (2)R
3 Dallas Seavey (3)I
4 Michelle Phillips (4)
5 Mike Ellis (5)
6 Johannes Rygh (6)R
7 Didier Moggia (7)
8 Hugh Neff (8)
9 Christine Roalofs (9)R
10 Dan Kaduce (10)
11 Sebastian Schnuelle (11)
12 Tamara Rose (12)I
13 Hans Gatt (13)
14 Kyla Durham (14)R
15 Wade Marrs (15)I
16 Joshua Cadzow (16)
17 Jodi Bailey (17)R
18 Ken Anderson (18)
19 Hank DeBruin (19)I
20 Allen Dennis (20)
21 Jerry Joinson (21)R
22 Brent Sass (22)
23 David Dalton (23)
24 Allen Moore (24)I
25 Clint Warnke (25)I

The Mushers in bold are former winners of the Yukon Quest, the numbers in parentheses are their Bib numbers, the small “I” indicates a Quest rookie who has competed in the Iditarod, and the small “R” indicates a total rookie.