ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Here are the top 20 finishers in this year’s Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race. Iditarod officials said several dogs on a team tested positive for a prohibited drug, but officials are not identifying the team, saying they likely could not prove legally prove intent on the affected musher’s part. Only the first 20 teams are tested in Nome, where the finish line is located.

1 Mitch Seavey, Seward, Alaska

2 Dallas Seavey, Willow, Alaska

3 Nicolas Petit, Girdwood, Alaska

4 Joar Leifseth Ulsom, Mo i Rana, Norway

5 Jessie Royer, Fairbanks, Alaska

6 Wade Marrs, Willow, Alaska

7 Ray Redington Jr., Wasilla, Alaska

8 Aliy Zirkle, Two Rivers, Alaska

9 Peter Kaiser, Bethel, Alaska

10 Paul Gebhardt, Kasilof, Alaska

11 Jeff King, Denali, Alaska

12 Ramey Smyth, Willow, Alaska

13 Michelle Phillips, Tagish, Yukon Territory, Canada

14 Ryan Redington, Wasilla, Alaska

15 Hans Gatt, Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, Canada

16 Ralph Johannessen, Dagali, Norway

17 Ken Anderson, Fairbanks, Alaska

18 John Baker, Kotzebue, Alaska

19 Katherine Keith, Kotzebue, Alaska

20 Linwood Fiedler, Willow, Alaska

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