Kirsten Read of Arundel approaches the finish line of Saturday's YMCA Peaks to Portland swim on East End Beach. Read, 48, was the first woman to finish the 2.4-mile swim from the island to the mainland (55:08, 13th overall).
Kirsten Read approaches the finish line after swimming from Peaks to Portland.
Scott Yeomans sprints to the finish to win his third consecutive Peaks to Portland swim. Yeomans, 49, of Bethlehem, Pa., finished in 48:30.
Thomas McArdle of North Yarmouth, left, and Laura Metivier of Falmouth were among the 301 swimmers who finished Saturday's Peaks to Portland swim.
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