First-place finisher Devon Byrne, left, from Olney, leads the field en route to winning the annual Shrove Tuesday trans-Atlantic pancake race for the third time in a record time of 55.61 seconds, in the town of Olney, in Buckinghamshire, England, Tuesday, March 4, 2014. Every year women clad in aprons and head scarves from Olney and the city of Liberal, in Kansas, USA, run their respective legs of the race with a pancake in their pan, flipping it at the beginning and end of the race.
First-place finisher Devon Byrne, left, from Olney, leads the field en route to winning the annual Shrove Tuesday trans-Atlantic pancake race for the third time in a record time of 55.61 seconds, in the town of Olney, in Buckinghamshire, England, Tuesday, March 4, 2014. Every year women clad in aprons and head scarves from Olney and the city of Liberal, in Kansas, USA, run their respective legs of the race with a pancake in their pan, flipping it at the beginning and end of the race. Associated Press
First-place finisher Devon Byrne, left, from Olney, leads the field en route to winning the annual Shrove Tuesday trans-Atlantic pancake race for the third time in a record time of 55.61 seconds, in the town of Olney, in Buckinghamshire, England, Tuesday, March 4, 2014. Every year women clad in aprons and head scarves from Olney and the city of Liberal, in Kansas, USA, run their respective legs of the race with a pancake in their pan, flipping it at the beginning and end of the race. Associated Press

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