It's a popular event and it brings people back to their hometown year after year. This past weekend was Norway's 32nd annual Spring Classic race. Contestants of all ages took their place at the starting line. There were a variety of races, keeping the interest of participants looking for a challenge. They included a 10k, 5k, 2-mile run or walk and a new 8-mile bike ride.
"It is phenomenal. I would say we probably have 400 plus participants," said Race Director, Tony Adams.
"You know it's great to come home from Huntsville, Alabama and visit my parents Dennis and Drima Charette and be able to pull off a win in a hometown race," said 10k winner, Eric Charette.
This year was the first time all competitors used chip timing which gives them a receipt with their finish time and place in the race. Family and friends were on hand, cheering everyone on as they crossed the finish line.