Race Director Tiger Peterson (left) offers a special commendation to Dave Eastabrook, who quit smoking after 34 years as a three-pack-a-day smoker. He raised more than $1,000 for the Cargill Hardship Fund by running in the event.
Wyalusing Cross Country Coach Jim Schools runs with his son, Mitchell.
Quentin Hoover was at the Camptown Races with a scout troop. Hoover recently returned home from his second tour in Iraq.
Siblings Matt (left) and John Voda both regularly run Camptown, Matt says it is his favorite 10-K run.
Kids' games have long been a tradition at Camptown. This one might be described as a boxing match.
And they're off—on the three-legged race.
Lauren Chadwick, Claire Howard and Savannah Schools were in charge of the kids' games.
Lynn Tribula performed for several hours as the main entertainer at the Camptown Races this year.
Simon Smith was first in the 12-and-under age group.
Reece Ayers, the first to cross the finish line.
Members of the Tunkhannock High teams stretching out after the race.
Members of the Tunkhannock High boys' team hold up their trophy as the winner among high school teams.
Reece Ayers charges out to the front of the pack near the start of the race.