Eight-hundred athletes from 42 states took place in the 2017 Lobsterman Triathlon over the weekend.

2017 Lobsterman Triathlon
Friday night’s swim clinic. Photo: Steve Fuller
2017 Lobsterman Triathlon
Friday night course inspection. Photo: Steve Fuller
2017 Lobsterman Triathlon
The view of Town Landing and Brewer’s Marina across the bay. Photo: Steve Fuller
2017 Lobsterman Triathlon
Early morning bib pick-up. Photo: Steve Fuller
2017 Lobsterman Triathlon
Angela Naeth waits out the 45-minute fog delay. Photo: Steve Fuller
2017 Lobsterman Triathlon
Clearly a lot of nerves at the beginning of the swim leg. Photo: Steve Fuller
2017 Lobsterman Triathlon
Athletes on their way to the swim start. Photo: Steve Fuller
2017 Lobsterman Triathlon
The women’s field lining up for the start of the swim leg. Photo: Steve Fuller
2017 Lobsterman Triathlon
Rounding the first buoy on the swim. Photo: Steve Fuller
2017 Lobsterman Triathlon
Families that triathlon together…. Photo: Steve Fuller
2017 Lobsterman Triathlon
Angela Naeth on her way to a convincing victory in the 2017 Lobsterman Triathlon. Photo: Steve Fuller
2017 Lobsterman Triathlon
Richard Saunders (Portland, ME) enjoying the bike leg of the Lobsterman Triathlon. Photo: Steve Fuller
2017 Lobsterman Triathlon
Photo: Steve Fuller
2017 Lobsterman Triathlon
Photo: Steve Fuller
2017 Lobsterman Triathlon
Lyndze Blosser (New York, NY) making the climb up past Freeport’s historic Falls Point Marine. Photo: Steve Fuller
2017 Lobsterman Triathlon
It’s not a water stop without crazy hats. Photo: Steve Fuller
2017 Lobsterman Triathlon
Matt Doyle (Salisbury, NH and pride of the St. Michael’s Nordic Ski Team) on his way to third place in the men’s elite field. Photo: Steve Fuller
2017 Lobsterman Triathlon
Volunteers support the athletes. Photo: Steve Fuller
2017 Lobsterman Triathlon
Halie Lange (Brattleboro, VT) on her way to winning the F20-24 division of the Lobsterman Triathlon. Photo: Steve Fuller
2017 Lobsterman Triathlon
Courtney McElroy-Yeider (North Chelmsford, MA) cruising through South Freeport Village on her way to winning the F30-34 division. Photo: Steve Fuller
Volunteers getting ready to greet Tim Kirkman (Somerville, MA) at the finish.
Volunteers getting ready to greet Tim Kirkman (Somerville, MA) at the finish. Photo: Steve Fuller
2017 Lobsterman Triathlon
The Lobsterman medal given to each finisher. That’s a “buoy” in the middle. It marks the location of a trap and each lobsterman on the bay uses a distinctive color. Photo: Steve Fuller
2017 Lobsterman Triathlon
The post-race lobster feed is one of the race’s most popular traditions. Photo: Steve Fuller
2017 Lobsterman Triathlon
Angela Naeth on top of the podium. Photo: Steve Fuller

Eight-hundred athletes from 42 states took place in the 2017 Lobsterman Triathlon over the weekend, with Canadian professional triathlete Angela Naeth taking the overall title in 2:10:04.

Overall Top 5
1. Angela Naeth (WElite) 2:10:04
2. Richard Finemann (M25-29) 2:10:38
3. Michael Gordon (M35-39) 2:12:42
4. Tim Snow (MElite) 2:14:07
5. Gabe Dakowicz (M30-34) 2:14:50

Complete results