Trevor MacLean Wins Kenduskeag Stream Canoe Race For 14th Time
Trevor MacLean on Saturday finished with the fastest time at the Kenduskeag Stream Canoe Race for the 10th consecutive year.
The kayaker from Dartmouth, Nova Scotia finished the 52nd annual edition of the race in 2 hours, 48 seconds.
It was the 14th time MacLean has won the 16.5-mile race from the Mystic Tie Grange in Kenduskeag to downtown Bangor.
MacLean's finish topped the times posted by two other kayakers, Ben Randall of Sabattus (2:08.13) and Hank Thorburn of Harpswell (2:14:51).
This year's race, which is the largest paddling event in New England and one of the largest in the country, featured 454 watercraft and 852 paddlers.
The Kenduskeag Stream Canoe Race is held annually on the third weekend of April. More than 37,000 paddlers have participated in the event since the inaugural race in 1967.