Now that ARISSat-1 is in its last days, the Chicken Little Contest web site has been updated to include the individual submissions in each category nearest its likely reentry time.
You can see how you are doing compared to the competition! It appears that the submissions are sufficiently spread out that we will be able to determine unique winners in each category. However, you can help with this by keeping the telemetry submissions coming. Space Command does not maintain precise Tracking and Impact Prediction (TIP) for minor spacecraft. A small satellite is considered to have reentered when three consecutive tracking stations fail to acquire it, which leaves a considerable window. While the formal last telemetry contest is only open to submission through the telemetry programs, keep listening and note the time and place where you hear it last. After it has been confirmed to have reentered, the last reception including voice and CW, may help narrow that window unless transmissions cease significantly before reentry.