World War II veteran Bill Hahn, 96, paddled the Broadkill River from Lewes to Milton in a canoe with Alan Reid. NICK ROTH PHOTOS
Kayakers are off to a great start at the annual Milton canoe and kayak races up the Broadkill River from Oyster Rocks to Memorial Park in Milton.
Charlie Johnson, 69, glides through the finish line in Milton. He clocked a time of 1:44:55 to finish second in the Surfski single division.
Onlookers take photos of canoes and kayaks as they approach the finish line.
Glen Green, 72, crosses the finish line at Milton Memorial Park.
Runner-up Stephen Weiss, 62, pushes hard through the midpoint of the race.
A crew from the Washington Canoe Club finishes strong.
World War II veteran Bill Hahn, 96, paddled the Broadkill River from Lewes to Milton in a canoe with Alan Reid.
Gary White, 64, casually paddles toward Milton.
Michael Keller, 34, paddles toward the Route 1 bridge over the Broadkill River.
Zachary Paikin, 15, and Robert Gingrich, 72, work together like a well-oiled machine.
Gloria Vestal, 56, enjoys the morning paddle.
Brayton Palmer, 49, was the sole competitor in the male single canoe race.
David Kohler, 68, cruises through the halfway point of the race.
Glen Green, 72, looks like a veteran kayaker.
Jeff Evans, 47, puts in hard work to keep pace.
Igor Ioshpa, 57, races past onlookers on a boat.
Jeff Lusk, 53, stays hydrated during the long race.
Charlie Johnson, 69, cruises to a time of 1:44:55.
Race winner Nik Alshayev, 33, left, and Cliff Roach, 58, stay stroke-for-stroke through the midpoint of the race.
Michael Keller, 34, is ready to get the race started.
Karen Febey and Dave Armstrong work together. They finished in a time of 1:43:32, first in the male/female tandem category.
A kayaker and stand-up paddleboarder cruise along the shore of the Broadkill River.
Kayakers space out as they try to keep pace along the Broadkill approaching Route 1.