Thiago Silva, from Brazil, took a dive into the cold waters of Port Townsend Bay and swam under the boat to ring the bell announcing that he and rowing partner Greg Spooner, from Bainbridge Island, won the 2nd annual Seventy48 boat race that started in Tacoma at 7 p.m. Friday. The pair rowed their two-man scull the 70-mile distance in 10 hours and 49 minutes. The race was open to only human-powered watercraft. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Thiago Silva, from Brazil, took a dive into the cold waters of Port Townsend Bay and swam under the boat to ring the bell announcing that he and rowing partner Greg Spooner, from Bainbridge Island, won the 2nd annual Seventy48 boat race that started in Tacoma at 7 p.m. Friday. The pair rowed their two-man scull the 70-mile distance in 10 hours and 49 minutes. The race was open to only human-powered watercraft. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Moving with strength: Team Imua wins the Seventy48 race

Fastest solo, woman racers come in Saturday also

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