Tagged: video

June 18, 2017 – Training run video and photos by Salvador Miranda

Per Glenn’s training run report last week, “I don’t want to jinx the upcoming training runs, so I will not mention how amazing lucky we’ve been with the weather so far”. Fast forward one week.  Wet, rain, drizzle, mist, soggy,  slushy snow and wind chill summed up this Sunday training run.   Below...

June 11, 2017 – Hollyburn Chute Videos

Karen Chow’s first attempt recording training run videos.  The faint repetitive clicking noise is the camera lens focusing on speedy runners.  Oops,  chalk this up to a learning experience.    😛 This album  contains 14 videos showing runners nimbly scampered down Hollyburn Chute with a dash of humor. ? Note:  The proceeds of all photo  and video purchases are donated...

May 21, 2017 – Training run photos and video by Salvador Miranda

As you circumnavigated from the base to the top of Grouse Mountain, Salvador chased y’all with his camera.  From temperate rainforest to the snowbanks of Grouse Mountain,  here are Salvador’s two photo albums and a video of his efforts. First album: 300 metres east of Mosquito Creek along the Baden Powell. Second album:   Snowbanks lined the road to the top...

May 17, 2017 Training run photos by Salvador Miranda

Salvador Miranda’s  training run photos from Hollyburn Chute are in this photo album. Bonus:  Here is Salvador’s video link climbing west from Cleveland Dam (nearly West 1st, West Vancouver). Note:  The proceeds of all photo purchase are donated to North Shore Search and Rescue.   Each photo is a digital download (without the KKNSTR...

April 26, 2017 – Wednesday night training run photos by Salvador Miranda

Salvador Miranda’s  training run photos by Mosquito Creek are in this photo album. Bonus:  Here is Salvador’s video link from 100m east of the Grouse Grind start. Note:  The proceeds of all photo purchase are donated to North Shore Search and Rescue.   Each photo is a digital download (without watermark) for $1 USD.

Race day photos and video from Start line from Salvador Miranda

“The Year of the Squall” was coined by Kelsy Trigg, Race Director.   10+ photographers roamed the race course today.  They experienced challenges with torrential rain, lighting conditions, mosquitos and keeping their camera dry.   A few photographers took photos in 2 or more stations and experienced the variety of weather patterns along the North...