2017-08-11 / Community

The Best



Above, Kenyan Stephen Kosgei Kibet held off Maine native and defending champion Ben True to claim the men’s title on Saturday at the 20th running of the Beach to Beacon. More than 6,800 people participated in the race. Above right, Joan Benoit Samuelson, founder of the TD Beach to Beacon 10K, present awards to runners in a number of categories. Samuelson, who joined the field for only the fourth time, recorded a 39:19 to set a new best American 10K time for a woman age 60 or over. She ran the course alongside Deena Kastor, another legendary American runner. Right, Toni Nogueira, 14 year-old Gary Brendel and Jason Robinson competed in the wheelchair portion of the race. (Kathryn Robichau photos) Above, Kenyan Stephen Kosgei Kibet held off Maine native and defending champion Ben True to claim the men’s title on Saturday at the 20th running of the Beach to Beacon. More than 6,800 people participated in the race. Above right, Joan Benoit Samuelson, founder of the TD Beach to Beacon 10K, present awards to runners in a number of categories. Samuelson, who joined the field for only the fourth time, recorded a 39:19 to set a new best American 10K time for a woman age 60 or over. She ran the course alongside Deena Kastor, another legendary American runner. Right, Toni Nogueira, 14 year-old Gary Brendel and Jason Robinson competed in the wheelchair portion of the race. (Kathryn Robichau photos)

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