2017-07-28 / Community

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Above, swimmers in pink caps denoting their status as members of a relay team with at least one cancer survivor on the roster, runners launch themselves into the water at Spring Point in South Portland, to start their leg of the Tri for a Cure. The 10th running of the event, held Sunday, July 23, featured nearly 1,300 participants and raised almost $2 million for the Maine Cancer Foundation. Right, Katy Rice, 35, of Westbrook celebrates upon emerging from the water to end her first leg of the 10th annual Tri for a Cure. Her team, At Least We’re Tri-ing . . . Again, which paired her with Tawnya Hoyt and Sarah Nadeau, finished the course in 2:01.43, placing them 127th of 223 relay teams. (Duke Harrington photos) Above, swimmers in pink caps denoting their status as members of a relay team with at least one cancer survivor on the roster, runners launch themselves into the water at Spring Point in South Portland, to start their leg of the Tri for a Cure. The 10th running of the event, held Sunday, July 23, featured nearly 1,300 participants and raised almost $2 million for the Maine Cancer Foundation. Right, Katy Rice, 35, of Westbrook celebrates upon emerging from the water to end her first leg of the 10th annual Tri for a Cure. Her team, At Least We’re Tri-ing . . . Again, which paired her with Tawnya Hoyt and Sarah Nadeau, finished the course in 2:01.43, placing them 127th of 223 relay teams. (Duke Harrington photos)

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