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PHOTOS! Run the Ridge Trail Race with Discover Downtown Westbrook

PHOTOS! Run the Ridge Trail Race with Discover Downtown Westbrook

Running humans and running dogs took to the trails Saturday, October 20 at Sunset Ridge in Westbrook during the Run the Ridge Trail Race organized by Discover Downtown Westbrook. The course took runners and walkers along a tree-lined trail and mowed path – and the sun even showed its face for a bit. A fine fall foliage race!

More than 120 runners and walkers participated in this 2nd annual Run the Ridge event – and a host of four-legged runners and walkers, too.

Congrats to all the winners:
5K Winners
Daniel Kilgallon (20:22)
Hannah Whitten (24:55)

10K Winners
Joseph Reynolds (35:08)
Elizabeth Brunton (45:04)

K9 5K Winners
Carolyn Shreck (25:46)
Adam Pelletier (27:48)

Participants were treated to complementary massages and The New Daily Grind offered up hot coffee on a cool fall morning.

Also: You can run or walk the trails at Sunset Ridge Golf Course ANY TIME. Cool, right?

The Run the Ridge Trail Race was sponsored by:
Presenting Sponsor ConvenientMD Urgent Care
Gold Sponsors: Waterstone Properties Group, City of Westbrook, Sunset Ridge
Silver Sponsors: Sappi, Bagala Window Works, Portland Website Co., Saco Bay Physical Therapy, REMAX Shoreline, Fit Maine, The SunriseGuide, AMTA Maine Chapter, Xtreme Screen & Sportswear, LLC, Fleet Feet Maine Running – Portland, and Hannaford Supermarkets
Bronze Sponsors: The New Daily Grind, Full Court Press, Lavish Earth, The Swanson Group LLC, and Weekend Anime

To stay apprised of this event in 2019, follow Run the Ridge on Facebook. For more about the work of Discover Downtown Westbrook, go to downtownwestbrook.com

See all the photos on Fit Maine’s Facebook page.


Cheering the racers on! The good folks from ConvenientMD – presenting sponsor of Run the Ridge Trail Race.

Shannon Bryan

Shannon Bryan

I don't like "exercise" any more than you do. But you know what I do like? Paddleboarding with a friend all afternoon (and then sitting in the grass to drink chardonnay). Bike rides and nachos, hikes, yoga classes held in breweries, group paddles to Fort Gorges, you get the idea. Because Maine is my gym.