Author: karen

LSCR race day photos from Graham Johnson

“A great day for a walk in the park….. Or take some photos of incredible runners! I frequently hear a thank you for coming out, which makes it all worth it. That and any money that gets raised for a great cause. Thank you to everyone.”…Graham Johnson, photographer Knee Knacker...

Finish line videos from Tom Lucas

Tom Lucas (5 times Knee Knacker finisher) volunteered as a finish line timer on race day.  He decided to record as many finishers he could during the race.  There are 79 finisher videos sorted by finishing time (some with multiple finisher).  Most of the video title page,  you can  see the timing clock to...

Eagle Bluffs race day photos from Hilary Matheson

“The sun peeked over the edge of Cypress Mountain as runners crested the Bluffs, and temperatures rose quickly (along with the bugs). I sought to capture the emotions that each racer was experiencing as they neared the top of the first big climb of the race and their tired legs...

Cleveland Dam and Panorama Park race day photos from VFK

To quote Justin, a two-times Knee Knackerer finisher, “I am in that post race week obsession with the website pictures.”   Here are a few more. Below are VFK photos from Cleveland Dam and Panorama Park on race day. Cleveland Dam:   Family and friends gather to cheer runners (midpoint of the...

Race day photos from Memorial Connector to the Panorama Park

“The final 2 1/2 km is probably the longest 2 1/2 km in any ultra I have done. Having already covered the better part of the three North Shore mountains, you can hear the finish line announcer and you finally believe “you’re almost there”….but like a bad dream, the trail...

400m from Panorama Park race day photos from Ron Nicholl

“The last 400 meters of trail before the finish area in Panorama Park is  always a favorite area to photograph. The runners sense the finish and even though the legs are tired they know accomplishment is near and the corresponding facial expressions are fun to record.  This is the second  year...