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Approach to Panorama Park race day photos by Ron Nicholl

“At about the 9th bridge, runners have about 2 minutes left to the pavement approaching Panorama Park and the finish. Various stages of fatigue and emotions lead them to the last steep decline on steps that replaced the traditional roots and rocks. The added challenge is all the hiker traffic....

Hyannis race day photos

Rejuvenated with a sponge bath, freezies, pickle juice martinis, coke shots and other salty treats found at Hyannis MASH aid station,  the runners started the uphill journey to the quad depleting Seymour Grind. Karen Chow’s race day photos from the forest around Hyannis aid station are in this photo album....

Hyannis M*A*S*H* aid station photos

“Racers can be excused for thinking that the M*A*S*H tent at the Hyannis Road aid station is just an apparition: After all, who would have expected that this long-time crew would combine nourishment, humour, and some pseudo-medical care in their own field hospital? Whether you need a shot of electrolytes,...

Jul 14, 2018 – Race day photo by Ron Nicholl approach to Panorama Park

The final approach to Panorama Park has always been a favorite. I was stationed at the last bridge.  Are there nine or seven?  I never could get the count right.  Everyone that asked “is this the last bridge?” was very relieved to know it was!  The hiking traffic increases every...