Thousands race in 10th Blue Nose Marathon
Greg Wieczorek wins for the 3rd time
Thousands of people in Nova Scotia are resting after competing in the 10th Annual Blue Nose Marathon on Sunday.
Just under 14,000 people participated in the three-day long event, a new record.
Greg Wieczorek won the full marathon for the third time in a row.
In 2011, the 31-year-old set a Blue Nose record with a time of two hours and 28 minutes.
This time he was a little slower, finishing in two hours and 39 minutes.
Jen Nicholson of P.E.I., won the women’s race with a time just over three hours.
After all that hard work, it'll soon be time for participants celebrate. There’s a post-race party Sunday night at the World Trade and Convention Centre.