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700 athletes from 30 states made their way to Freeport, Maine to race with ethos. Here racers make their way to the swim start at Winslow Park.
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Deep in thought prior to entering Casco Bay for the swim.
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On this day Casco Bay looked stunning and calm.
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The bike course goes along the scenic coastline of Freeport and Brunswick and includes a series of challenging hills.
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The rolling terrain on the quiet country roads also passes through pastures.
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The run leaves Winslow Park and heads into the quaint town of South Freeport.
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Plenty of support out on those roads too.
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This homeowner went with their gut feeling and hosed this athlete down.
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More quiet country roads.
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Over half the field at ethos events are women!
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Any guesses what is pictured on the finishing medals?
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A post-race lobster bake. They do it right in Maine.
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Overall winner Lucas Pozzetta took home a painted lobster buoy award as well as dinner.
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This couple from Zoom Multisport chose Lobsterman Tri as their wedding venue and here share a champagne toast at the post-race party. We were told 45 members of the 90-person wedding party competed in the race.
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ethos produced events do not skimp on their beer offerings.
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Formerly an athlete agent and sports management consultant to athletes including Olympians Sarah True, Barbara Riveros and Susan Williams as well as long-course star Angela Naeth, Michael O'Neil now dedicates more of his time producing events.
Photo Credit: Liz Cardoso of Global Click Photography