Splash down at the CX Worlds
Spent the day down along River Road watching the CycloCross Masters World Championship. Louisville does a great job bringing a wide range of sporting events to the area (this year we hosted the NCAA Women’s Volleyball Final Four, the CycloCross World Championships, and a #1 ranked basketball team for a week). It was windy and snowing out on the course today. Parts of the course were frozen. Parts of my body were frozen. Parts of my body are now coarse. Despite all that the snow provided a great scene to take photos. Below are a few of my favorites from the day. Please enjoy as my sacrifice has my hands still tingling.
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This photo is titled "Awesomemiss" because this is how a lady should act.
Vladimir Putin. Am I right? Anybody can shoot an elephant with their shirt off but real men CycloCross in sub-freezing temperatures.
Another one of the lovely ladies braving the worst conditions of the day.
Yes this does hurt. Like a bad visit to the dentist. Open wide.
You and run up the hill and hide but...
Eyes on the prize. Totally concentration is the only way to block out the pain and the elements.
I like this photo because it reminds me of the Kentucky state flag. United We Stand.
Louisville (and the peaking skyline) thanks travelers from across the world who visited our little space.
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