72 of 78 initial teams are still on the trail (5 scratches, 1 disqualification).
Aliy Zirkle was last officially reported in lead out of Kaltag with 14 dogs.
A who's-who rounds out the top 10, including names like Jeff King, Aaron Burmeister, Dallas and Mitch Seavey, Jessie Royer, and Joar Leifseth Ulsom.
Just after 1pm Alaska time today, GPS has Burmeister in the lead at race mile 700 and closing in on Unalakleet.
The red lantern is in Galena, giving a 300 mile leaders-to-laggards spread in the field.
And where are Anna and Kristy? GPS has them moving along at 9mph, with about an 8mph average including rests, halfway between Koyokuk and Nulato (appx race mile 600). This will be the last stretch of unfamiliar trail for the mushers. Official standings had Anna out of Koyukuk in 30th and Kristy in 31st. Anna is still running 14 dogs, Kristy dropped 1 dog, leaving her with 12. They stayed in this checkpoint for less than 10 minutes, enough time to gear up and move out.
Expect them to snack and rest along the trail, but as it's only a 22 mile run, it should be brief. They probably won't require more than 2-4 hours rest in Nulato, before pressing on to Kaltag. Iditarod Insider reports are still of trail that is "hard, fast and easy." Early morning temps are still dipping to -35F (-31C).
The leaders still have nearly 300 miles to cover and another mandatory 8hr rest in White Mountain. The fastest finish to date is still held by John Baker, at 8 days 18 hours 46 minutes and 39 seconds. Will we see this year's winner on Tuesday? Teams have been moving fast and retaining 12 - 14 dogs per team, a lot of canine power.