BUCKSPORT — Taylor Washburn of Orono passed three-time winner Eric McCarthy of Old Town with less than 100 yards to go in the 41st annual Tour du Lac 10-mile road race on Saturday.Washburn, 30, edged McCarthy, 35, by less than a second for the closest finish in race history. The two placed first and second overall with a time of 53 minutes and 32 seconds.Eighty-four runners competed in the race, which began and finished at the town swimming pool and circled Silver Lake.It was Washburn’s first Tour du Lac. For McCarthy, it was his third second-place finish to go along with his three wins in the race.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textThe Tour du Lac was established in 1976. It is one of the oldest races in Maine as well as one of just two 10-milers left in the state. The race was inducted into the Maine Running Hall of Fame in 2010.Tracy Guerrette, 35, of St. Agatha was the first female in 1:05:04 — the 15th all-time fastest for women on the course. It was also Guerrette’s first time competing in the race. Less than a minute behind her, Alison Chase, 30, of Orono finished second in 1:05:59.Two course records were broken in the age 60-69 divisions. Castine’s Bob Ciano broke his own record, which he set last year, by more than a minute (1:03:38), and Holden’s Christy Stout broke a 13-year-old women’s record (1:28:54).Jeanne Butterfield, 66, joined the exclusive 100 Mile Club for those who complete 10 races.The following were the top finishers in their division:Female age 1-18: Leah Olson, 14, of Bucksport (first in 1:22:00); Grace Smith, 17, of Holden (second in 1:25:24); Emma Bragdon, 17 of Eddington (third in 1:34:34).Male age 1-18: Colby Rand, 18, of Orrington (first in 1:10:09); Holden Clapp, 16, of Stockton Springs (second in 1:15:23); Charlie Collins, 12, of Winterport (third in 1:20:41).Female age 19-29: Laura Overton, 26, of Saco (first in 1:13:46); Miranda Monk, 21, of Bangor (second in 1:14:11); Allison Dorko, 29, of Skowhegan (third in 1:16:45).Male age 19-29: Matt Homich, 28, of Ellsworth (first in 58:09); Ethan Dapice, 19, of Brewer (second in 1:05:03); Ezra Dean, 22, of Orono (third in 1:12:23).Female age 30-39: Miranda Richardson, 33, of Machias (first in 1:36.52); Elizabeth Muncey, 32, of Greenbush (second in 1:40:22).Male age 30-39: Adam Goode, 32, of Bangor (first in 54:44); Andrew Kephart, 31, of Ellsworth (second in 59:30); Ian Fraser, 32, of Brewer (third in 1:09:12).Female age 40-49: Robin Clarke, 46, of Ellsworth (first in 1:17:03); Katherine Collins, 45, of Winterport (second in 1:19:22); Britt Hulbert, 46, of Bar Harbor (third in 1:12:04).Male age 40-49: Eric Petly, 45, of Holden (first in 1:04:18); Jim Hunt, 49, of Dedham (second in 1:10:42); Zac Gilhooley, 41, of Bar Harbor (third in 1:12:04).Female age 50-59: Lisa Kingsbury, 57, of Hampden (first in 1:15:29). Deedra Dapice, 50, of Brewer (second 1:18:32); Lisa Tweedie, 53, of Bar Harbor (third in 1:26:49).Male age 50-59: Andy Beardsley, 52, of Surry (first in 1:02:21); Michael Westphal, 59, of Cranberry Island (second in 1:11:24); Chris Jones, 52, of Bucksport (third in 1:12:29).Female age 60-69: Christy Stout, 61, of Holden (first in 1:28:54); Shannon Martin, 64, of Bloomington, Indiana (second in 1:30:35); Jeanne Butterfield, 66 of Bangor (third in 1:35:35).Male age 60-69: Bob Ciano, 62, of Castine (first in 1:03:38); Ed Hughes, 62, of Bangor (second in 1:10:32); James Jack Burnett, 62, of Blue Hill (third in 1:18:46).Male age 70-79: John Tjepkema, 73, of Orono (first in 1:37:18); Larry Merrill, 71, of Orrington (second in 1:40:58); David Jones, 75, of Castine (third in 1:48:35).Louie Luchini still holds the male course record (50:20), and Cassie Hintz holds the female record (59:06).