Finally, I cross for the last time, tired but happy, view obstructed by other likewise tired and happy runners. You can see by the dangling pennant that they appropriated a piece of the chute to use as a finishing tape.
That's 72-hour winner Don Winkley next to my left arm, just a step behind me. He finished with 201.32 miles. His feet are visible, so I cropped and blew up the segment to give you a look at his unique cutaway footware, which I discuss in the race story.