Greg Barton, left, and Ken Olney received a $11,700 check Wednesday for their first-place finish in the inaugural Seventy48 human-powered boat race. Race Boss Daniel Evans, right, said the team was strong from the start and set a blistering pace. Of the 117 teams who entered the event, six left the race with soreness, weariness and a broken oar. (Jeannie McMacken/Peninsula Daily News)

Greg Barton, left, and Ken Olney received a $11,700 check Wednesday for their first-place finish in the inaugural Seventy48 human-powered boat race. Race Boss Daniel Evans, right, said the team was strong from the start and set a blistering pace. Of the 117 teams who entered the event, six left the race with soreness, weariness and a broken oar. (Jeannie McMacken/Peninsula Daily News)

Seventy48 teams congratulated on trek

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