Trinidad to Clam Beach Run 2019 

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Mark Larson
Jace Hinesly (left) and Adam Vera were the first runners to cross the Little River and eventually finished second and third in the 8.75-mile run.
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Niko Tutland was the third runner to cross the Little River but he ended up in first place in the 8.75 mile run male division with a time of 48:59.
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Sam Dannenbring made an intentional dive into the Little River in front of U.S. Coast Guard volunteers as he crossed Little River.
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Wearing his U.S. Coast Guard Rescue Swimmer shirt, Sam Dannenbring emerged from his intentional dunking into Little River dripping wet and went on to finish sixth place in the 8.75-mile run.
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Natalie Chirgwin (center) was the first female to cross Little River and went on to win the 8.75-mile run in a time of 55:59 in the female division.
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Megan Alfi (front) finished third in the 8.75-mile run in the female division.
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These two girls used a similar strategy to stay dry in the Little River Crossing, thanks to Bryan Lanning (left) and Geoffrey Phelan.
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Not every splash-and-dash run across the Little River ended successfully, as Edward Klemencic discovered.
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Miles Johnson exited his splash-and-dash crossing of the Little River in reasonably dry form.
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Alex Alvarado was all smiles as she neared the end of the Little River crossing.
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Panning the camera with a slow shutter speed turned Libby Tonning and Michael Porter into a blur as they emerged from the Little River.
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These two barefoot runners chose to run in the surfline after they crossed the Little River and headed for the finish line at Clam Beach (Trinidad Head in the background).
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The Little River crossing proved to be less challenging by race time as the tide dropped and the current slowed.
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Beth Spellmeyer was greeted by her two children as she finished her 5.75-mile run at Clam Beach.
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Cornelius Austin accompanied the Marching Lumberjacks at the finish line with his crystal-ball juggling.
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Axe Major Morgan Kipf led the HSU Marching Lumberjacks toward the surf line near the finish line of the race.
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Axe Major Morgan Kipf (third from left) led the last few members of the HSU Marching Lumberjacks into the surf line near the finish line of the race. One band member wore her red Coronado Lifeguard shirt.
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Axe Major Morgan Kipf (second from left) led the last few members of the HSU Marching Lumberjacks deeper into the surf line near the finish line of the race. One band member wore her red Coronado Lifeguard shirt. Using a long telephoto lens makes them appear closer to the high surf than in reality.
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First-timer in the race Libby Tonning and Michael Porter (who had done the race once before) showed off their face-painting and shirt-decorating skills after the race.
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Shawn Sekel showed off her first-place ribbon in the 5.75-mile race's female division.
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Jace Hinesly (left) and Adam Vera were the first runners to cross the Little River and eventually finished second and third in the 8.75-mile run.

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