CAMBRIDGE — Competitors in Ironman Maryland swam the waters of the Choptank River, biked the roads of Dorchester County, and ran the streets of Cambridge on Saturday.

Canadian Eric Roy won the men’s race with a total time of 9:04:44. Dana Glodek won first place in the women’s division with a total time of 9:36:58.

Roy completed the swim in 57:19, the bike portion in 4:38:03 and the run in 3:18:39. Glodek, the 14th overall finisher, swam the course in 56:22, biked in 4:59:42 and ran in 3:33:03.

The triathlon began at Gerry Boyle Park at Great Marsh with a 2.4-mile swim in the Choptank River, followed by a 10-mile bike ride through the southern reaches of the county, then finished with a 26.2-mile run on flat country roads and into downtown Cambridge, ending at Long Wharf.

Priority registration for the 2022 Ironman Maryland will be open until 11:59 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 26, with special pricing and limited spots available. This year’s race sold out last December.

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