2018-02-02 / Community News

Road racing’s sure thing



Scarborough native Chris Harmon (second from right in lead pack) takes flight at the start of Sunday’s third annual Robert Burns 10K in Westbrook. Harmon finished second overall with a time of 32 minutes, 10 seconds. He has been runner-up for three straight years. Eric Ashe (right) of Boston established a new course record with a winning time of 30:23. Leah Frost of Portland claimed the top prize in the women’s field with a time of 36:31. The event raises funds for the Westbrook High School Alternative Learning Bike Shop. (Photo courtesy David Colby Young/ Maine Running Photos). Scarborough native Chris Harmon (second from right in lead pack) takes flight at the start of Sunday’s third annual Robert Burns 10K in Westbrook. Harmon finished second overall with a time of 32 minutes, 10 seconds. He has been runner-up for three straight years. Eric Ashe (right) of Boston established a new course record with a winning time of 30:23. Leah Frost of Portland claimed the top prize in the women’s field with a time of 36:31. The event raises funds for the Westbrook High School Alternative Learning Bike Shop. (Photo courtesy David Colby Young/ Maine Running Photos).

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