Maine Running Photos Running Photos & Video Across the State of Maine

June 25, 2016

2016 ~ South Berwick Strawberry Run 5 Miler & 2 Mile Walk

Filed under: Photos — David Colby Young @ 3:22 pm

South Berwick Strawberry Run

South Berwick, ME, June 25, 2016

[Age Groups | Top Ten | Top South Berwick Runners ]

Overall Results ~ 166 finishers


Photos & Video cuts

  • Set 1 Start 5 Miler courtesy of Maine Running Photos
  • Set 2 Start 2 Mile Walk
  • Set 3 Finish Line 2 Mile Walk
  • Set 4 Finish Line 5 Miler
  • Set 5 Awards
  • Video cuts courtesy of David Colby Young

June 22, 2016

2016 Weekly Back Cove 5k Series

Filed under: Portland — Tags: , — David Colby Young @ 12:57 am



Video when we have it.

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Weekly Back Cove 5k Series 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011,2010, 2009,  2008, 2007, 2006

June 21, 2016

2016 The Longest Day 5K

Filed under: Gray — David Colby Young @ 9:13 pm

Results soon



Photos soon

  • Set 1 Pre Race (44 Photos)
  • Set 2 ~ Start
  • Set 3~ Mile 0.7
  • Set 4 ~ Mile 2.4
  • Set 5~ Finish Line
  • Set 6 Awards & Drawings

June 19, 2016

2016 ~ The 7th Annual Father’s Day 5K @ Margaritas

Filed under: DoverNH — David Colby Young @ 6:29 pm

The 7th Annual Father’s Day 5K @ Margaritas

Dover, NH, June 19, 2016

[Tep Ten Males & Females | Age Group Results ]

Overall Results ~ 770 finishers courtesy of Granite State Race Services


Photos & Video Cuts

  • Set 1 Pre Start & Start (116 photos)
  • Set 2 Finish Line  (859 photos)
  • Video cuts (71 video cuts Start & Finish Line)

See also:1.DoverRaceSeries,2.GoodwinCommunityHealth,3.,4.5,.6,7

2016 Sea Dogs Fathers Day 5K

Filed under: Photos — David Colby Young @ 5:02 pm

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Sea Dogs Fathers Day 5K

Portland, ME, June 19, 2016

[Overall Winners | Age Group Winners ]

Complete Results ~ 730 finishers

Video & photos

June 18, 2016

2016 ~ 56th Northeast Delta Dental Mt. Washington Road Race

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56th Northeast Delta Dental Mt. Washington Road Race

Pinkham Notch, Gorham, NH, June 18, 2016

[Top 25 Male and Female Finishers | Mens Results Only | Womens Results Only | Team Results | Crossan Cup Winners | Age Graded Masters Cash Winners |Age Group Results | Clydesdale & Filly Results ]

Final Overall Results ~ 1140 Finishers & 92 of them were from Maine

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Video & Photos courtesy of Don Penta & Allyn Genest

  • Set 1` selected photos from Allyn Genest & Don Penta
  • Set 2 courtesy of Mt Washington Auto Road (
  • Set 3 courtesy of Gianina Lindsey (


See other Media:1.Mt Washington Web site,,3,.4,5.6

2016 Close to the Coast 5K & 10K

Filed under: Photos — David Colby Young @ 2:58 pm

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21st Annual Close to the Coast 5K & 10K

Freeport, ME, June 18, 2016

[5K Overall Results ~ 225 finisher | 10K Age Group Results | 5K Age Group Results ]

10K Overall Results ~ 160 finishers

Courtesy of Rotary Club of Freeport


Video Play List

GOPR8704  1st 10K finisher

6 18 2016 The Great Run on GCI

Filed under: Photos — Tags: — David Colby Young @ 12:28 pm

Photos courtesy of Scott Mason


#rungci • June 18, 2016

this event was organized by Crow Athletics, host running club of the July 4th Relay, Down East Sunrise Trail Relay and the award-winning Mount Desert Island Marathon.

2016 ~ PFBF CPAs Run the Numbers 5K

Filed under: Oakland,Photos — David Colby Young @ 4:58 am

PFBF CPAs Run the Numbers 5K

Oakland, ME, June 18, 2016

[Awards ]

Overall Results~  206 finisher

Results courtesy of Split-Time Race Management

Blog Reports:1. Event FB,2.,

June 17, 2016

Volunteers Needed in Sustainability Effort for Aug. 6 TD Beach to Beacon 10K Road Race

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 Volunteers Needed in Sustainability Effort for Aug. 6 TD Beach to Beacon 10K Road Race


Positions also available in medical tent for iconic summer road race on Maine coast


CAPE ELIZABETH, Maine (June 16, 2016) – The TD Beach to Beacon 10K Road Race is looking for volunteers to help staff its award-winning sustainability program at this year’s race on Saturday, Aug. 6 in Cape Elizabeth.


Positions in the parking and shuttle bus program are open as well as in recycling, composting and the bike corral. New and returning volunteers can sign up at


“This year the sustainability effort is especially significant because the race is applying for Evergreen certification from the Council for Responsible Sport, the highest category the council awards,” said Volunteer Coordinator Maya Cohen of Cape Elizabeth. “We earned Gold last year, so our volunteer needs for greening the race are vital this year to help us reach the next, unprecedented level.”


If successful in reaching Evergreen status, the TD Beach to Beacon 10K will be first major road race in North America – and only the sixth event ever worldwide – to earn the distinction, joining the ranks of the 2015 Waste Management Phoenix Open and the 2016 IAAF World Indoor Track & Field Championships, said Bruce Rayner of Athletes for a Fit Planet, the race’s sustainability consulting partner.


The non-profit, Oregon-based Council for Responsible Sport, founded in 2007, provides objective, independent verification of the socially and environmentally responsible work event organizers are doing around the globe. The process is meticulous as event organizers are required to provide a detailed measurement and documentation of greening efforts and outcomes.


The TD Beach to Beacon 10K seeks to improve on its already-impressive 2015 recycling and composting waste diversion rate of 72 percent, with the long-term objective of achieving “zero-waste” status. Also, the race is committed to reducing its carbon footprint by offering free bike valet parking for runners, volunteers and spectators in partnership with the Bicycle Coalition of Maine, and offsetting the carbon footprint of race operations.


In addition to sustainability, Cohen said the Medical Tent on race day is another area where volunteers are needed. Both licensed and non-licensed medical professionals are welcome, she said, including doctors, nurses, EMTs, medical assistants and students in training.


“We’ve had a great response so far but we still need volunteers so we’re encouraging new and previous volunteers to sign up soon, especially returning volunteers who have a favorite area,” Cohen added.


In return for their efforts, volunteers receive a tech running shirt provided by Nike and are invited to an outdoor party with food, music and prizes during race week in a coastal Cape Elizabeth locale, organized exclusively for them.


The TD Beach to Beacon 10K needs a total of about 800 volunteers to ensure a smooth operation for the 6,500+ recreational runners and world-class athletes alike who will wind their way from Route 77 near Crescent Beach State Park to Fort Williams Park and the Portland Head Light, the most photographed lighthouse in the world.


A list of available jobs is available on the TD Beach to Beacon 10K website and is updated daily. Groups interested in volunteering together should contact Maya Cohen


Helping out also brings many volunteers close to the action and excitement, such as providing water to the elite runners, helping runners get on shuttle buses at the three satellite lots or working on the Kid’s Fun Run the night before the race.


The race also honors a longtime volunteer with a special annual award. The 2015 Volunteer of the Year award went to­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­ tireless volunteer Lisa Petruccelli of Cape Elizabeth.


Minors (under age 18) cannot register online and need to download an application from the website. Please call (207) 838-8816 or  with questions.


The TD Beach to Beacon 10K Road Race, a celebration of health, fitness and giving back, is set for Saturday, Aug. 6. Founded by Joan Benoit Samuelson, the Olympic gold medalist who grew up in Cape Elizabeth, the race attracts a large contingent of world-class athletes in the U.S. and around the world as well as top runners in Maine and New England. In 2015, a record-setting 6,602 runners from 15 countries, 41 states and more than 265 Maine cities and towns finished the winding, rolling, often breathtaking 6.2-mile coastal course.


The 2016 race beneficiary is My Place Teen Center (MPTC), a free, year-round, after-school youth development program for kids in Greater Portland, which receives a $30,000 donation from the TD Charitable Foundation, the charitable giving arm of TD Bank, America’s Most Convenient Bank®. TD Bank has now donated $570,000 to Maine charities over the history of the race.


The TD Beach to Beacon is directed by Dave McGillivray of DMSE Sports, who also serves as race director of the B.A.A. Boston Marathon. For additional information about the race,, and find the TD Beach to Beacon on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.


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