2016-07-22 / Community

Miles, smiles



Left, Teri Carr, 53, of Veazie, gives a smile as she leads a pack of runners past Bug Light in South Portland. This year, 1,222 women competed individually and as part of 209 different teams, raising $1.66 million. Since its inception in 2008, 10,473 women have run the Tri for a Cure, raising a total of $9.92 million. Above, Sandra Sinclair, 39, of Cape Elizabeth, leads a pack of runners from Bug Light Park in South Portland toward the finish line. (Duke Harrington photos) Left, Teri Carr, 53, of Veazie, gives a smile as she leads a pack of runners past Bug Light in South Portland. This year, 1,222 women competed individually and as part of 209 different teams, raising $1.66 million. Since its inception in 2008, 10,473 women have run the Tri for a Cure, raising a total of $9.92 million. Above, Sandra Sinclair, 39, of Cape Elizabeth, leads a pack of runners from Bug Light Park in South Portland toward the finish line. (Duke Harrington photos)


Avery Pietras, 21, of Scarborough, works on the three-mile run portion of the Tri for a Cure. She’d go on to complete the course, which includes a 1/3-mile swim and a 14.7-mile bike ride, in one hour, 37 minutes, placing her 4th in the under 24 age group. (Duke Harrington photo) Avery Pietras, 21, of Scarborough, works on the three-mile run portion of the Tri for a Cure. She’d go on to complete the course, which includes a 1/3-mile swim and a 14.7-mile bike ride, in one hour, 37 minutes, placing her 4th in the under 24 age group. (Duke Harrington photo)

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