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Hanlon reports that the 2017 race rules say that the race must prove a musher intentially doped their dogs, meaning Seavey will keep his second place finish and $59,000 in prize money.
The total prize money increased to $200,000 from $100,000 the previous year and more than 12,000 runners competed.
Now, the prize money is equal for the public and jury favorites.
Riggs hoped for one last minute of fame, King to prove that women deserved as much prize money and respect as men.
The player’s opinion on that can change when a putt that misses by an inch costs him six figures in prize money.
Several methods had possibility, but nothing was really working--even though scientists across Europe were working on the problem in pursuit of prize money from their various governments.
And that includes addressing the yawning gap in prize money at the World Cup and other important tournaments.
Both had 20 million euros ($24 million) of their Champions League prize money deducted and had limits imposed on their spending and squad size for matches.
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