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    A man cools off in front of a mister after running the TD Beach to Beacon on Saturday in Cape Elizabeth. With temperatures in the high 70s with high humidity at the start of the race, runners were put to tht test.

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    Nolan Walz of Woolwich streches before the start of the race.

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    A runner warms up prior to the TD Beach to Beacon 10K. Runners gathered for the race for the first time since 2019.

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    Suzanne Field of Dover, New Hampshire rests before the start of the race. Field, like many others was supposed to run in the 2020 Beach to Beacon, but had to wait a year because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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    A runner rest before the early morning start of the TD Beach to Beacon.

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    Runners who have run every Beach to Beacon since it started in 1998, called legacy runners, gather for a photo before the race.

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    The women's elite field runs early in the race.

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    Biruktayit Degefa finished third in women's race with a time of 32:38.7.

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    Fentyea Belayneh moves into the lead, passing Emily Durgin. Belayneh won in a time of 32:06.8, while Durgin, a Standish native now living in Arizona, was second in 32:15.7.

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    Matthew Kimeli crosses the finish line for the win with a time of 28:38.2.

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    Elite women's runners race under the American flag during the TD Beacon to Beacon.

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    Emily Durgin tries unsuccessfully to grab a cup of water.

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    Emily Durgin smiles and laughs after she is unable to grab a cup during the race.

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    Elite women runners, including winner Fentyea Belayneh, center in black tank top, race Saturday morning.

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    Fentyea Belayneh begins to inch closer to Emily Durgin after they both broke away from the rest of the elite women runners. Belayneh came in first and Durgin came in second.

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    Fentyea Belayneh, Biruktayit Degefa, and Emily Durgin break away to the elite women's pack.

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    Elite women runners race in a pack early in the race.

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    Fentyea Belayneh races to the finish line on her way to the victory.

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    Fentyea Belayneh moves into the lead, passing Emily Durgin for the first time.

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    Emily Durgin hugs race founder Joan Benoit Samuelson after Durgin finished second.

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    Rachel (Schneider) Smith, a Sanford native who now lives and trains in Arizona, finished fifth.

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    A runner warms up before the race.

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    Joan Benoit Samuelson shakes Sam Mills, the winner of the Maine men's division at the awards ceremony.

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    From left, third-place finisher Abbabiya Simbassa, first-place finisher Matthew Kimeli, and second-place finisher Matthew Kimeli stand on the podium during the awards ceremony.

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    Women’s winner Fentyea Belayneh stands on the podium during the awards ceremony.

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    Women's winner Fentyea Belayneh stands on the podium.

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    Yen Hoang is crowned during the awards ceremony after coming in first in the women’s wheelchair division

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    A runner wipes sweat off of their neck after finishing the 10K race.

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    The elite women runners pass a group of onlookers.

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    Runners walk past the Portland Headlight in the distance after competing in the TD Beach to Beacon, which finishes at Fort Williams Park.

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    Kali Waters of Westbrook rests after running the TD Beach to Beacon for the first time.

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    Women's winner Fentyea Belayneh and third-place finisher Biruktayit Degefa, who are both from Ethiopia, laugh as they talk to each other before the awards ceremony.

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    From left, third-place finisher Biruktayit Degefa, winner Fentyea Belayneh and second-place finisher Emily Durgin stand on the podium during the awards ceremony.

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    Athanas Kioko, who finished second in the men's race, walks on stage for the awards ceremony.

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    Men's winner Matthew Kimeli stands during the awards ceremony.

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