Tagged: Panorama Park

2018 Race finisher photos from Andreas Waldhaus (Finish times from 7hrs to 10hrs)

Andreas Waldhaus, a 2 times Knee Knacker finisher, race day photos for finishing times between 7hrs to 10 hrs can be found in this photo album.   For photos with finishing times before 7hrs, please see this post. All finish line photos are a FREE digital download without the KKNSTR watermark.   The photos are sorted by finishing times.  To download...

2018 Race finisher photos from Salvador Miranda (Finish times from 4hr55m to 7hrs)

Salvador Miranda’s finishers’ photos between 4hr55m to 7 hours can be found in this photo album.   For photos with finishing times after 7hrs, please see this post. shortly. (Note:  Salvador included the finish line photo for the runner with an unofficial time of 10hrs11m.) All finish line photos are a FREE digital download without the KKNSTR...

Race day photos from Andreas Waldhaus

Andreas Waldhaus’ race day photos from Panorama Park is in this photo album. Note: The proceeds of all photo purchases are donated to North Shore Search and Rescue.  Each photo is a digital download (without the KKNSTR watermark) for $2CAD.

Panorama Park Set 1 race day photos

Picnic in the Park, beer garden, massage by Langara School of Massage, kids race (future Knee Knackerers), Honey Doughnuts and the award ceremonies happens at Panorama Park.   However, it is the opportunity to celebrate with family, reconnect with old friends, lay the foundation for new friendships, tell tall trail stories and spread the Knee Knacker community...

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...

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...