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    “Two Peas” team members Kristina Patterson of Kennebunk and her sister Roxanne Doyer, back, of Mechanic Falls get a push during their run Saturday at the 31st annual U.S. National Toboggan championships at the Camden Snow Bowl.

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    Patrick Fritz of Camden, left, Dwight Nickles of Warren, and Terry Laukka of Warren, right, of the team “Pour Farmers” splash through water at the end of their run during the 31st annual U.S. National Toboggan championships Saturday at Camden Snow Bowl.

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    Annie and Adam Thomas of Camden of the team “Sugar Shack Chuters” take a run at the 31st annual U.S. National Toboggan championships Saturday at Camden Snow Bowl.

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    Participants wait in line to take their runs in the 2-person and 3-person division of the 31st annual U.S. National Toboggan championships at Camden Snow Bowl.

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    The team “Clam Chuters” of Camden carry their toboggan to the track before competing in the 31st annual U.S. National Toboggan championships at Camden Snow Bowl.

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    Warren and Jessica Styles of Rockwood, TN, hang on as they race down the track during the 31st annual U.S. National Toboggan championships at Camden Snow Bowl.

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    Team “Two Baggins” members Jill Foley and Silaver Velioglu of Somerville, MA, wait to take a run at the 31st annual U.S. National Toboggan championships at Camden Snow Bowl.

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    The team “Portland Hash House Harriers”, consisting of Abby Godfrey of Portland, left, Isaak Emery of Bar Harbor, center, and Dave Norman of Cape Elizabeth, take a run at the 31st annual U.S. National Toboggan championships at Camden Snow Bowl on Saturday.

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    Cindy and Ernie Wright of Union race down the track on their first run Saturday at Camden Snow Bowl. The couple, who were participating in the event for the fifth time, recently moved to Maine, a decision partially spurred by their love of the toboggan championships event.

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    Gabriel Wyer of Portland watches competitors as he stands in line for his turn at the 31st annual U.S. National Toboggan championships Saturday at Camden Snow Bowl.

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