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Belfast man wins race for the cheese at Celtic festival

Posted July 22, 2012, at 10:29 p.m.
Dan Greeley, 45 of Belfast was the first to grab the wheel of cheese during an adult race in the sixth annual National Cheese Roll Championship Sunday, July 22, 2012. The event was among the many highlights of the three-day 2012 Maine Celtic Celebration in Belfast. The annual celebration features food, music and athletic competitions — all of which pay tribute to Maine's Celtic heritage.
Dan Greeley, 45 of Belfast was the first to grab the wheel of cheese during an adult race in the sixth annual National Cheese Roll Championship Sunday, July 22, 2012. The event was among the many highlights of the three-day 2012 Maine Celtic Celebration in Belfast. The annual celebration features food, music and athletic competitions — all of which pay tribute to Maine's Celtic heritage. Buy Photo
Bob McCormick of Blue Hill performs a reel dance to the Celtic fusion music of the Sprag Session who were among the music attractions at the Maine Celtic Celebration in Belfast Sunday, July 22, 2012. The three-day annual celebration features food, music and athletic competitions — all of which pay tribute to Maine's Celtic heritage.
Bob McCormick of Blue Hill performs a reel dance to the Celtic fusion music of the Sprag Session who were among the music attractions at the Maine Celtic Celebration in Belfast Sunday, July 22, 2012. The three-day annual celebration features food, music and athletic competitions — all of which pay tribute to Maine's Celtic heritage. Buy Photo
Thousands turned out for the Maine Celtic Celebration in Belfast this weekend. This crowd was enjoying the Celtic fusion music of the Sprag Session Sunday afternoon, July 22, 2012. The three-day annual celebration features food, music and athletic competitions — all of which pay tribute to Maine's Celtic heritage.
Thousands turned out for the Maine Celtic Celebration in Belfast this weekend. This crowd was enjoying the Celtic fusion music of the Sprag Session Sunday afternoon, July 22, 2012. The three-day annual celebration features food, music and athletic competitions — all of which pay tribute to Maine's Celtic heritage. Buy Photo

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