408 canoes and kayaks with 755 paddlers in them raced down the Kenduskeag Stream Saturday morning. Nobody paddled faster than Nova Scotia's Trevor MacLean - his winning time 2:12:20. It's his 9th win, including the last 5 in a row.

Racers battled a rainy morning, some wind and falling temperatures. But, the water level was much higher than last year. MacLean's winning time a year ago was over three hours.

This time MacLean's 2:12:20 was solid and beat second place Jeff Owen/Steve Woodward(2-man canoe) 2:23:11).

Over the 47 years of this race, 18,000 boats and over 33,000 paddlers have helped make this one of the largest canoe races on the east coast.

Canoe Race Trolls
Bearded Ladies Ready To Compete
Dale Duff Interviews Race Winner Trevor MacLean of Nova Scotia.
MacLean wins
MacLeans kayak just 16 inches wide.