Running/Cycling

  • Road race planned for Lamoine’s 150th birthday

    Road race planned for Lamoine’s 150th birthday

    LAMOINE — As part of the town’s 150-year birthday celebration, Lamoine is planning a road race to be held this fall at the Lamoine Consolidated School. The Lamoine 4-Miler, also known as “Robin’s Run,” will honor Robin Emery, a Lamoine native and staple of road races throughout Hancock County and Downeast Maine for years. The

  • Hancock County runners compete in Veazie Day 5K

    Hancock County runners compete in Veazie Day 5K

    VEAZIE — Local runners were among the 30 who competed Saturday in this year’s Veazie Day 5K. The first Hancock County finisher in the race was Dedham’s Andrew Goupee, who had won the event in 2018. Goupee finished with a time of 17 minutes, 55 seconds this time around to take home second place. Dedham’s

  • 51 runners compete in Flamingo 4-Miler

    51 runners compete in Flamingo 4-Miler

    TREMONT — Fifty-one runners traveled to the southern reaches of Mount Desert Island on Sunday for this year’s running of the Flamingo 4-Miler. The race began at Acadia National Park’s Seawall Campground and concluded at Tremont Consolidated School. It was held as part of the four-day Harbour House Flamingo Festival in Southwest Harbor. First place

  • McCarthy wins Tour du Lac for 3rd straight year

    McCarthy wins Tour du Lac for 3rd straight year

    BUCKSPORT — One of the summer’s biggest road races took place early Saturday morning as runners came to Bucksport for this year’s edition of the Tour du Lac 10-Mile Road Race. For the third straight year, the overall event win went to Old Town’s Erik McCarthy, who crossed the finished line in 53 minutes, 32

  • Tour du Lac 10-Mile Road Race scheduled for Saturday

    Tour du Lac 10-Mile Road Race scheduled for Saturday

    BUCKSPORT — This year’s running of the Tour du Lac 10-Mile Road Race is scheduled to be held Saturday, June 29. After starting at Bucksport’s town swimming pool, the course will lead runners onto Millvale Road and Charlie Cole Road before rounding scenic Silver Lake. It will then take runners down School Street, Central Street

  • Main Street Memorial Mile draws 135 runners

    Main Street Memorial Mile draws 135 runners

    ELLSWORTH — One hundred thirty-five people competed Monday in this year’s running of the Main Street Memorial Mile in downtown Ellsworth. First place in this year’s race went to Mount Desert Island High School junior Stephen Grierson, who crossed the finish line in 4 minutes, 37 seconds. Ellsworth High School sophomore Nick Cormier finished just