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    Ryan Eiler of Boston breaks the tape to win the men's race at the Maine Marathon in a course record time of 2:19:19.

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    Lila Gaudrault of Cape Elizabeth breaks the tape to win the women's race at the Maine Marathon on Sunday in Portland. Gaudrault, who is 19 years old, won in a time of 2 hours, 52 minutes, 17 seconds.

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    Kate Guy of Churchill, Ontario, smiles during her final kick in the Maine Marathon. She finished with a time of 3:08:28.

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    Race director Bob Dunphy puts the winner's wreth on the head of women's winner Lila Gaudrault on Sunday.

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    Ryan Eiler puts his fist after crossing the finishing line to set the course record.

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    Lila Gaudrault of Cape Elizabeth receives a medal after finishing the Maine Marathon as the top female runner.

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    A stiff wind wraps an insulate blanket around Leithan Clews of Portland, who ran a half marathon in 3:11:52.

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    Runner Justin Fortier, center, of Lewiston is supported by his father Bernie Fortier as they approach the medical tents for assistance. Fortier, who ran his first marathon on Sunday, qualified for the Boston Marathon with a time of 2:56:27.

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