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  • A Navy SEAL is welcomed by his family after completing the Summit to Sunshine Challenge, a reverse triathlon, at Point Sebago Resort on Thursday. The challenge consists of a 7.6-mile run down Mt. Washington, an 83.4-mile bike ride from New Hampshire to Sebago Lake, and then a 3.9-mile swim ending at Point Sebago Resort.
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    A Navy SEAL is welcomed by his family after swimming Sebago Lake, at Point Sebago Resort on Thursday.

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  • Five Navy SEALs emerge from Sebago Lake as they complete the Summit to Sunshine Challenge, a reverse triathlon, at Point Sebago Resort on Thursday.
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    Four Navy SEALs emerge from Sebago Lake after their 13-mile swim Thursday.

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  • The "Flag Ladies," from left, Elaine  Green, Carmen Footer and Joanne Miller, are surrounded by a crowd of people from Camp Sunshine, friends and tourists as they watch five Navy SEALs complete the Summit to Sunshine Challenge, a reverse triathlon, at Point Sebago Resort. The goal was to raise more than $100,000 to sponsor Camp Sunshine stays for military and special-operations families that have a child diagnosed with a life-threatening illness.
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    The "Flag Ladies," from left, Elaine Green, Carmen Footer and Joanne Miller, are surrounded by a crowd of people from Camp Sunshine, friends and tourists as they watch four Navy SEALs finish their swim at Point Sebago Resort. They raised about $100,000.

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  • Anna Gould, co-founder of Camp Sunshine, thanks five Navy SEALs after they finished the Summit to Sunshine Challenge, a reverse triathlon, at Point Sebago Resort on Thursday. Camp Sunshine offers programs to children with life-threatening illnesses and their families.
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    Anna Gould, co-founder of Camp Sunshine, thanks four Navy SEALs after they finished their fundraising swim at Point Sebago Resort on Thursday. Camp Sunshine offers programs to children with life-threatening illnesses and their families.

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  • Family members and Camp Sunshine supporters greet Navy SEALs at Point Sebago Resort as they complete a fundraising reverse triathlon.
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    Family members and Camp Sunshine supporters greet Navy SEALs at Point Sebago Resort as they complete a fundraising event.

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  • The family of one of the active-duty Navy SEALs who completed the Summit to Sunshine Challenge, a reverse triathlon, at Point Sebago Resort greet them as they arrive at the beach Thursday.
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    The family of one of the active-duty Navy SEALs who swam Sebago Lake greets them as they arrive at the beach Thursday.

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  • "Flag Ladies" Joanne Miller, left, and Carmen Footer, right, get their picture taken with a Navy SEAL by fellow "Flag Lady" Elaine Green on Thursday. During their bike ride through western Maine, the SEALs stopped at the Maine Veterans’ Home in South Paris to pay tribute to veterans there.
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    "Flag Ladies" Joanne Miller, left, and Carmen Footer, right, get their picture taken with a swimmer by fellow "Flag Lady" Elaine Green on Thursday.

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