Grimsthorp Half Marathon

Photographed the Grimsthorp half marathon today for Runner’s World Magazine. This was a beautiful setting to work in and I am pleased to have discovered the wonderful Grimsthorp Castle.

Ongar Epping Tri A Tri Triathlon Image Gallery

Image gallery for the Ongar Tri A Tri Triathlon photography will be available from here.

Sawston Fun Run 15 May 2011

Sawston Fun Run images available now! View Gallery Wonderful weather in Cambridgeshire today for an excellent and Fun Run through Sawston village.

Triathlete Record Breaker Mark Kleanthous Shoot

Mark Kleanthous has competed in over 1000 races worldwide including  400 triathlons, 20 ironmans, 2 double ironmans, 1 triple ironman and 70+ marathons. He was one of the first to start competing as a triathlete and in 1985 entered the Hawaii Ironman event. He his hoping to beat his own time this year again at the Hawaii ironman. Mark has a fantastic website the site is an incredible resource for training tips and advice for novice and professional triathletes.

Mark Kleanthous Triathlete Action Portrait

Mark Kleanthous Triathlete Portrait - Images commission by Triathlete's World

Mark Kleanthous Triathlete Acton Portrait

Mark Kleanthous Triathlete Portrait

Strobist: Nikon D3s, 80 – 200mm lens x2 SB800, x1 SB80 x3 PW triggers

Sawston Fun Run 2010 – Images Available Now

Well done to all those that took part and showed support for the event.

Images taken at the Sawston Fun Run 9th May 2010 are available online now. Visit the Sawston Fun Run gallery to see all the competitors in action, the wonderful supporters and all the fun.

Enjoy the slideshow full screen!!

Sport Collection Slideshow

A slideshow collection of events so far this year. Encompassing Go Beyond Mud and Mayhem Duathlon’s, Big Cow Emberton Triathlon, Just Racing Duston Triathlon.

Go Beyond Ultra – Mud & Mayhem Race Photography – Gallery removed

Images from this event are now no longer available.

Go Beyond’s Mud and Mayhem off road Duathlon was as you would expect a little like that, except without the mayhem the whole event was very well organised! For instance free tea, coffee and jelly babies were my points of interest. The event began with heavy snowfall and then almost continuous rain throughout in freezing temperatures. I did keep warm by running between the cycle and running sections of the event but I still could not get ahead of  the very fittest. It was great to meet some of the competitors and see them all in action, especially those who were competing for the first time. I am looking forward to returning in March at the second Mud and Mayhem event.

All the photographs were shot as RAW using D3s with either 80-200mm f2.8 or 24-70mm f2.8 with KATA rain jacket. Processed and uploaded to PS using Lightroom. To see all the images from the event hit the slideshow above.