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    Eli Shifrin of Bethel clears the "Allagash Drop" Sunday during The Maine Event at Pineland Farms in New Gloucester. The member of the Gould Academy Nordic ski team was the third fastest competitor in the junior boy's category Sunday.

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    Nyla Scott of Greenwood competes Sunday during The Maine Event at Pineland Farms in New Gloucester. Scott, attended Telstar High School for her freshman year and now is a sophomore at Gould Academy. Scott placed third in the girl's junior division.

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    Competitors all used identical rollerskis, right, during The Maine Event Sunday at Pineland Farms in New Gloucester.

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    Colin Rodgers, left, sharpens ski pole tips for members of the Green Mountain Valley School Nordic ski team. Rodgers is the head Nordic coach at the school, which is located in Waitsfield, Vermont.Colin Rodgers, left, sharpens ski pole tips for members of the Green Mountain Valley School Nordic ski team Sunday. Rodgers is the head Nordic coach at the school, which is located in Waitsfield, Vermont.

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    Competitors gather prior to the start of The Maine Event Sunday at Pineland Farms in New Gloucester. Fifty five students and ten coaches competed in the cross country cross (XCX) rollerski competition.

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    Annie Hanna of Lebanon, New Hampshire, waits to start her race Sunday during The Maine Event at Pineland Farms in New Gloucester. The eighth-grader at Lebanon Middle School placed second in the junior girl'e division. Colin Rodgers, right, lets Hanna know when to go.

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    Classic rollerskis inside the Green Mountain Valley School's wax trailer were not used Sunday. The Maine Event was a freestyle rollerski competition.

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    Bullitt Timing timed Sunday's rollerski races at Pineland Farm's in New Gloucester.

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    Holderness Nordic ski coach, Pat Casey, takes Elsa Granholm's coat Sunday near the start line of The Maine Event at Pineland Farms in New Gloucester. Granholm was the fastest competitor during the junior girl's race Sunday.

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    Agnes Macy competes Sunday during The Maine Event at Pineland Farms in New Gloucester. Macy is a member of the Bowdoin College Nordic ski team.

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    Victor Sparks competes Sunday during The Maine Event at Pineland Farms in New Gloucester. Sparks is a member of the Colby College Nordic ski team.

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    Justin Beckwith repairs a set of rollers Sunday during The Maine Event at Pineland Farms in New Gloucester. Beckwith is the Competitive Program Director for the New England Nordic Ski Association.

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    Renae Anderson had the fastest women's time during Sunday's The Maine Event at Pineland Farms in New Gloucester. The member of the Bowdoin College Nordic ski team is from Golden Valley, Minnesota.

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    Justin Fereshetian of Sumner competes Sunday during The Maine Event at Pineland Farms in New Gloucester. The Nordic ski coach for the Quarry Road Ski Club, grew up in Turner and graduated from Leavitt Area High School.

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    Competitors used rollerskis that were supplied by the New England Nordic Ski Association, so they left their own on the side of the course.

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    Ben Condit, right, of Auburn asks Colin Rodgers for advice Sunday during The Maine Event at Pineland Farms in New Gloucester. Condit, 16, is a member of the Edward Little High School Nordic ski team and also races for the Quarry Road Ski Club in Waterville. Rodgers is the head Nordic coach for the Green Mountain Valley School in Waitsfield, Vermont.

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    Jack Young powers his way to a first-place finish Sunday during The Maine Event men's division at Pineland Farms in New Gloucester. The member of the Colby College Nordic ski team is from Jay, Vermont.

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    Fred Bailey competes during the The Maine Event coaches' race Sunday at Pineland Farms in New Gloucester. The 2003 graduate of Telstar High School in Bethel skied for Colby College and the Maine Winter Sports Center. He is now a technical delegate coordinator for the New England Nordic Ski Association.

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    Colby College Nordic ski coach Tracey Cote talks with her son, Caden Cote, Sunday during The Maine Event at Pineland Farms in New Gloucester. Caden Cote is a senior at Messalonskee High School and qualified for the U-16 Junior Nationals in 2020. He skis for the Quarry Road Ski Club in Waterville.

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    Jack Young, left, gets a fist bumb from his Colby College teammate, Devin Wong, after Young won The Maine Event men's final Sunday at Pineland Farms in New Gloucester. Young is from Jay, Vermont.

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    Nyla Scott, right, of Greenwood steps up to the podium Sunday following her third-place finish in The Maine Event girl's junior division. Scott attended Telstar High School for her freshman year. She is now a sophomore at Gould Academy in Bethel. Elsa Granholm, left, of the Holderness Nordic ski team placed first.

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