FIRST PHOTO: Eney Jones of Boulder, Colo., sprints to the finish line to give her Dallas Aquatic Masters team, Dam Fast Dam Fine, first place in the women's division of the 41st annual Maui Channel Swim. The team completed the 9.6-mile race from the old Club Lanai pier to Kaanapali in 3 hours, 23 minutes, 10 seconds.
SECOND PHOTO: The Tattersalls Masters Australia team of (from left) Peter Thiel, Codie Grimsey, Alex Studzinski, Rhys Mainstone, Ridge Grimsey and Xavier Desharnais pose on Kaanapali Beach after finishing first overall in a record time of 2:48:56. Second overall and first in the senior makule division was Tattersalls 300-plus, in 3:22:12. California Dreamin' won the mixed title in 3:32:42, Olympic Club (3:47:05) finished first in the grand makule division, Maximum Damage (3:52:20) won the makule division and Shore Break (3:55:50) was the mixed makule champion.
THIRD PHOTO: Tattersalls 300-plus anchor Don Boland of New South Wales swims the final leg.
The Maui News / MATTHEW THAYER photo