Dewey Beach Triathlon Director Ava Cannon, right, poses with overall winner Cameron Hamilton.
The first sand sprint wave of the triathlon takes off for the half-mile run to the transition area.
Matthew Dunn of Trappe, Md., comes in off the bike leg. He placed sixth overall in 1:08.52.
Emily Groll of Lewes sings the national anthem before the event.
Race volunteers Abby Kane, left, and Bella Conte handed out T-shirts and goodie bags to the entrants.
Race volunteer Jack Vassalotti, left, applies bib No. 426 to Angela Sperrazza. She finished in 2:01.42.
John Dean, 74, gets his bike from the transition-area rack to start on the road. He finished in 1:40.42.
Delaware State Parks Beach Patrol Capt. Kris Knutsen informs race director Ava Cannon of the dangerous suff conditions.
Xi Yang of Laurel, Md., left, placed third in the female division and 55th overall with a time of 1:18.41, while Alexandra Thompson of Baltimore placed 113th overall in 1:24.07.
Joe Capen of Millsboro finishes in third place overall with a 1:07.59 time.
Director Ava Cannon tells the crowd about the dangerous ocean and substitution of a half-mile run.
Steve Koch of Reading, Pa., leads a group to the transition area. He placed fourth in his age group and 23rd overall in 1:13.59.
Racers await word on the status of the race.
Ed Zygmonski of Lewes, left, gives a good luck hug to his son Mike. He placed 95th overall with a time of 1:23.15.
Frank Donnelly, 58, of Alexandra, Va., runs through the woods between Route 1 and the transition area. He finished with a time of 1:43.16.
Grace Louden of Arlington, Va., finishes in 1:34.29.
Leander Bechtold of Cockeysville, Md., takes second place overall with a time of 1:06.28.
Dewey Beach Mayor T.J. Redefer welcomes the crowd to the 23rd annual Dewey Beach Sprint Triathlon.
A group leaves the beach and runs through the chute to the transition area.
Jennifer Petruzziello of West Roxbury, Mass., takes off from the transition area.