A two-man team won the long course Sunday in the Casco Bay Islands SwimRun.

The team, Local 207, with members Matthew Hurley and John Stevens, finished the nearly 5-mile swim and 14-mile run between Cliff, Sand, Chebeague, Little Chebeague, Cushing, House and Peaks islands in 4 hours, 18 minutes and 8 seconds.

Stevens, who grew up on Little Diamond Island, and Hurley, who grew up in Belfast, were the defending men’s division champions.

The top female team, Valkyrie, with members Erin Hunter and Emily Finanger, crossed the finish line in 4 hours, 45 minutes and 6 seconds.

The top coed team, the Hydromaniac Hawsers Bs, with Christopher Borgatti and Lauretta Bailin, finished in 4 hours, 54 minutes and 16 seconds.

Winners of the short course – a 2.3-mile swim and 6.7-mile run – were the coed team DeHart with Pieter and Jenny DeHart, who finished in 1 hour, 54 minutes and 16 seconds.

The top male team on the short course was Gone Fishi’ with Richard Saunders and Nate Stevens, who finished in 1 hour, 59 minutes and 51 seconds.

The top female team on the short course was In it to Twin It, with Grace and Anna Senko, who finished in 2 hours, 14 minutes and 47 seconds.

A total of 360 people – members of 90 teams on each of the two courses – participated in the competition.

Information about the athletes’ hometowns was not available from the organizers, Millennium Running.

Complete results are available online.

— Staff Writer Beth Quimby