Photos of Spokane nationals capture spectacular action
They’re up. Nearly 400 photos taken by my wife, Chris, and moi tell the story of last month’s Spokane nationals unlike any written narrative. Click here for series of shots, including Liz Palmer step-for-step with Joy Upshaw-Margerum in the 80-meter hurdles. Rita Hanscom passing a falling Amanda Scotti just yards from the finish of the W50 200. Bob Lida losing an M70 sprint as his “runner’s knee” collapses near the finish. Bud Held setting an M80 world record in the pole vault, and getting a joyous embrace from his love, Nadine O’Connor. And on and on. A bonus album shows masters founder David Pain, his daughter Robin and wife Linda as they visit with stars of the meet, the 40th anniversary of his first masters nationals in San Diego. Enjoy!
Haven’t had time to write captions. Will do eventually.
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