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Marion Village 5K274 viewsNephi Tyler of Fairhaven (front) crosses the finish line to take the top overall honors in the tenth annual Marion Village 5K Road Race. Mr. Tyler narrowly beat out second-place winner Sean Livingston of Barrington, RI (back) who crossed the finish line barely a second after the winning time of 15:48. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Marion Village 5K279 viewsJoAnn Mathews of South Dartmouth crosses the finish line in the tenth annual Marion Village 5K Road Race, finishing 11th overall and taking first place honors in the female division with a final time of 18:40. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Marion Village 5K274 viewsNick Grey of Marion crosses the finish line in the tenth annual Marion Village 5K Road Race, completing the course in 21:11 and finishing 44th overall. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Marion Village 5K265 viewsA young runner in the tenth annual Marion Village 5K Road Race takes along a jogging companion to keep her company as she heads toward the finish line. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Marion Village 5K243 viewsA weary young participant in the 2007 tenth annual running of the Marion Village 5K Road Race gets some much-needed refreshment from his dad. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Ghost Chance295 viewsCaptain Preston Hutchings and his Bermuda crew aboard the new NY42 Morgan’s Ghost was the first to cross the finish line in the 30th anniversary running of the Marion-Bermuda Cruising Yacht Race. Morgan’s Ghost was also the first Bermuda boat to take line honors since Robert Mulderig’s Starr Trail did the trick in 2003. She finished at 11:06:34 IDT on Tuesday morning, June 19. (Photo by Talbot Wilson).
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Bermuda Bound243 viewsKathleen (pictured), owned by Jim Feeney of Marion, traded the lead with first-to-finish Morgan’s Ghost until late morning Tuesday when the newer vessel pulled away on a wind shift to carry it to within 10 miles of the finish. Kathleen ultimately finished third overall at 11:32 in the 2007 Marion-Bermuda Race.
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Bermuda Bound235 viewsAnjaneya, a Beteau 42 (pictured here at the start of the race), had to be jump-started on the high seas so she could power into port by fellow competitor Cetacea, a Hinkley 59. (Photos by Talbot Wilson).
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Bermuda Bound249 viewsAnjaneya, a Beteau 42, had to be jump-started on the high seas so she could power into port by fellow competitor Cetacea (pictured here at the start of the race), a Hinkley 59. (Photos by Talbot Wilson).
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Bermuda Bound237 viewsWhipped (blue hull, center) captained by Chuck Fontaine of Mass Maritime leads Tim Kingsbury’s Northstar (far left) during the start of the Class D division of the 30th anniversary Marion to Bermuda Race, which kicked off on Friday, June 15 from Sippican Harbor. Some 72 yachts embarked on the 645-nautical-mile trek to the finish line. (Photo courtesy of Talbot Wilson).
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Bermuda Bound244 viewsCrew members aboard Selkie, a McCurdy and Rhodes 38.6 footer owned by Ian McCurdy, sail during the Marion-Bermuda Race. (Photo by Steven Thing).
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All Aboard324 viewsCrew members of local favorite SEAFLOWER, the Beverly Yacht Club's entry in the 2007 Marion-Bermuda Cruising Yacht Race, include (l. to r.) Mike Davis, David Risch, Captain Ron Chevrier, Charlie Brown, and Ray Cullum. The crew has reunited for the 30th anniversary of the popular race after having earned top New England honors and finishing seventh overall in the 2001 competition. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
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