B2B registration opens today for Cape residents

Limited on-line registration for the TD Banknorth Beach to Beacon 10K Road Race begins today at 7 a.m. for residents of Cape Elizabeth.

Once 600 slots in the popular race are filled registration will close until Tuesday at 7 a.m., when it becomes open to the general public until 4,000 slots are filled.

The fee to register is $40. Anyone who doesn’t successfully register can enter a lottery for the remaining 1,750 bib numbers. This year’s race is scheduled for Aug. 6 in Cape Elizabeth.

More information can be found at


QMJHL: Tye McGinn collected four goals and one assist to lead the Gatineau Olympiques to an 8-5 win over the Lewiston Maineiacs in Lewiston.

Etienne Brodeur became the first player in franchise history to reach the 50-goal plateau with his goal with 6:26 left in the third peirod.

Olivier Dame-Malka added three assists for the Maineiacs.


NHRA: Former NASCAR champion Kurt Busch was eliminated in the first round of the NHRA Gatornationals in Gainesville, Fla.

Erica Enders, the only woman in the 16-driver field, edged Busch by half a car length on the quarter-mile drag strip. Enders, the No. 5 seed, covered the distance in 6.538 seconds. The 12th-seeded Busch finished in 6.541 seconds.


IDITAROD: Veteran musher John Baker is holding on to his lead with about 270 miles to go in the 1,150-mile race to Nome, Alaska.

Baker is the first to leave the village of Unalakleet for the run up Alaska’s wind-scoured western coast on Norton Sound.


FA CUP: Manchester City set up a semifinal against fierce rival Manchester United thanks to Micah Richards’ second-half goal in a 1-0 victory over Reading. In the other quarterfinal, Danny Higginbotham’s free kick earned Stoke a 2-1 win over West Ham.


BNP PARIBAS OPEN: Andy Roddick beat James Blake 6-3, 7-5 in the second round in Indian Wells, Calif.

Kim Clijsters struggled but beat Sara Errani 6-3, 2-6, 6-4.


MEN’S WORLD CUP: Didier Cuche completed the course in 1 minute, 33.05 seconds to win a super-G race in Kvitfjell, Norway. Klaus Kroell was second, 0.30 seconds behind, with Joachim Puchner 0.33 seconds back.


WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS: Germany survived 13 missed targets and two penalty loops to win the women’s 4×6-kilometer relay, the closing event in Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia.

The German team finished in 1 hour, 13 minutes, 31.1 seconds.