Port Angeles: Relay team dominates Big Hurt again

PORT ANGELES — So much for the super team.

Glens and Friends, a relay team from Bellevue and Bellingham, was supposed to be challenged by a local “super” team at the fifth annual Big Hurt on Sunday.

But for the fourth straight year, Glens and Friends dominated the four-event team and ironman race, with the start and finish on Ediz Hook. The Bellevue team did not compete in the first year of the event, in 1997.

Glens and Friends set a course record because of the pressure from the Port Angeles super team, called Wilcox Team.

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