Paine to Pain 2013 Race Photos Are Here

October 10, 2013 by
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Caroline Renkin - Painie to Pain 2013

Caroliine Renkin (our 2011 champ), at mile 6-ish. With ponytail flying, she went on to take 2nd in the 2013 edition of Paine to Pain

Another successful race done and we are winding down with just one more issue: Race photos!

For the third  year in a row we have Sport-Memories as our official photography team. The team comes armed with hi-res digital cameras, as you would expect from any quality shop, and they pretty much make anything you want.

And yes, a portion of the proceeds will go toward maintenance of the trails.

We had the photographers at the following places, hoping to catch as much of the drama (and facial expressions) as possible: The start line, mile 2-ish, mile 6-ish, the finish line, the pre and post-race gatherings and the awards.

Most photographs are indexed by bib numbers, but there are some exceptions, and these can be found in the “lost and found” category. This includes the issue that some of our elites had names on bibs instead of numbers. Oops. Thankfully, you folks should have an easy time finding your pics —  you are always near the front.

Greg Stanton-FoxChase-PaineToPain

Greg Stanton from team Fox Chase.

There are also many whose bibs were obscured by hands or clothing that you will find in the lost and found.

Photos can be searched by bib or name here. And they can be perused based on location here. The untagged pics in the lost and found are here.

And finally, you can find a race recap here, runner reviews here,  and the results here.

See you next year, or on the trails…

Comments

One Comment on Paine to Pain 2013 Race Photos Are Here

  1. Eric Turkewitz on Tue, 16th Sep 2014 7:25 am
  2. Only a few: Run a search for New Rochelle, Mamaroneck, Eastchester and Scarsdale. One possibility that is not on Expedia-type services is Mamaroneck Motel. You can also look in White Plains since there are so few here. And there is one B&B that I know of, walking distance to the start: Rosehill Bed and Breakfast. I have no idea which one(s) may be full.