The Seaside to Beacon 10K returned for its first in-person occasion since 2019, with greater than 6,000 racers participating within the problem that stretches from Cape Elizabeth to the Portland Head Gentle.
Mathew Kimeli of Kenya gained this 12 months’s race, with an unofficial ending time of 28 minutes, 39 seconds, the Portland Press Herald reported. The primary feminine finisher throughout the road was Fentaye Belayneh, who completed with an unofficial time of 32 minutes and eight seconds.
The primary man from Maine throughout the road was Sam Mills of Biddeford, who completed with an unofficial time of 31 minutes, 10 seconds, the Press Herald reported. The primary Maine girl throughout the road was Aly Ursiny of Yarmouth, who completed with an unofficial time of 36 minutes and 20 seconds.
The highest males’s wheelchair finisher was Hermin Garic, with an unofficial ending time of 21 minutes and 58 seconds. Yen Hoang was the highest girls’s wheelchair finisher, with an unofficial time of 26 minutes and 51 seconds, in response to the Portland newspaper.
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