15 Photos From Ragnar Relay Adirondacks

My job provides me with a unique and awesome opportunity to hone in on my photography skills. About a week ago I traveled to upsate New York to do social media for the Ragnar Relay Adirondacks race. The 200-mile overnight running relay started in Saratoga Springs and ended in Lake Placid, New York. Teams of 12, or teams of 6 (known as Ultra teams), ran relay style over 2 days an 1 night. Each runner runs their part of the course, which could be 3-11 miles, and hands off to the next runner at what’s known as an exchange point. Teams pile 6 runners into 2 vans, and once the first 6 runners are done with their portion of the course or “legs,” the other van gets their turn to chip in. Ragnar is about much more than just running. It’s about supporting each other, pushing yourself, being a little goofy and finding joy in the unknown. Here are 15 of my favorite photos that I took at the event:


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