Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News

Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News

PHOTOS: Ready to race at 37th annual Great Port Townsend Bay Kinetic Sculpture Race

Kinetic Race “Top Kop” John Lizwacko patrols around the gathering skulptures as teams line up for the Port Townsend Kinetic Race’s parade Saturday morning.

Sunday’s activities began at 10 a.m. with the racers lining up at the American Legion to show off their skulptures and pageantry to the crowds.

Racers began at “low noon” at Lawrence Street near Aldrich’s Market, raced to a sand course at Fort Worden, then traveled through a mud course at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds, down San Juan Avenue, up Walker Street to Lawrence Street and finished by coming down Monroe Street to end at the American Legion Hall.

Kinetic Race pilots Michelle and Fred Breed sit aboard their “skulpture,” the S.S. Sunkest, as they stage for the Port Townsend Kinetic Race parade Saturday morning. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)

Kinetic Race pilots Michelle and Fred Breed sit aboard their “skulpture,” the S.S. Sunkest, as they stage for the Port Townsend Kinetic Race parade Saturday morning. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)

Kinetic Race participants and community members parade down Water Street on Saturday morning as the racers head for their break test and the water portion of the race. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)

Kinetic Race participants and community members parade down Water Street on Saturday morning as the racers head for their break test and the water portion of the race. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)

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