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The streets are blocked for the Parade so this year there's a one-mile Fun Run before the Parade Start in Clarendon†…

Check out Episode 94 of @pacethenation for a longer interview with Brian about getting better race photos & dogs!…

Our newest #FacesOfPacers | Brian Knight (@outdoortype), race photographer and owner of @SBRPhoto #ForEveryRun†…

#FacesOfPacers | Brian Knight, race photographer --- I worked for EX2 Adventures for 5 years and assisted with the full gambit of race production for off road triathlons, trail runs and adventure races. Through my job with EX2 I got to know, and hang out with, our race photographer and bought my first digital camera. I developed an eye for taking photos and worked with our photographer to improve my skills. I became the second shooter for races and after the race I would go home and send him my good pictures. He would then cut those down to the really good ones, maybe 25 pictures of the 100 photos I sent. The experiential on the job training helped me learn to take good pictures. After a two-year apprenticeship with him I learned to be a better race photographer and how to edit my photos. When he was ready to move on I took over. Shooting races is so dynamic and capturing good athletic moments when people are running on the course is the challenge. I have a nice, deep bench of photographers who work for me and I can send people places now so I am not at every event we shoot, all over the course. We are out there shooting in different conditions, weather and light and still need to take good pictures. I got connected with Pacers Running a few years ago when a guy I was working with offered me up to shoot the opening of the new Fairfax Pacers location. Pacers liked my work and the first race I shot for them was the Fairfax Four Miler. As Pacers added more races to their calendar, they kept hiring me to come back to shoot them. With basic race photos the quality is not about the equipment or even the photographer. You can have it fast or you can have it good. We do work to turnaround the pictures as fast as we can but the editing is key. We get rid of all the pictures where you look terrible and of the shots where your foot is on the down strike. Gravity does weird things to everyone and the force of the down strike does not look good on anyone- no matter how fit you are. When we take pictures, we take them a little flatter so we can add in the saturation and color adjustment making things pop a bit when we get them up online. During races I have had people run backwards when they see me; I do not recommend that if you are trying to go for a PR. If you want your picture taken learn our names, wave at us if you see us, and if you are smiling I will take a picture. At a Pacers Race, wear Pacers gear and we will take your photo. If you are at the St. Pat’s Day race and you are dressed up you will get priority over someone who is not dressed up since we are looking for some marketing pictures. We can’t hope to get everyone’s picture taken but we do the best we can to capture runners out there. I am not a runner, well I guess now I am a runner. I ran my first actual 5k-road race with Pacers at the Love the Run You’re With 5k. I have three goals when I participate in an event: finish, don’t finish last, and don’t throw up. This is the first race where I met all 3 of the goals. During mountain bike and adventure races those goals can be tough to meet. Maybe I will try 5k Fridays, maybe I will train for it. The course is flat so we will see. #ForEveryRun
This week's Faces of Pacers is photographer Brian Knight of Swim Bike Run Photo. You will see him out and about at upcoming Pacers Races, say hi.

Looking for Love The Run You're With 5K team race results? You can find them here #LoveTheRun5k†…

#tbt to last year's #StPatsRun. Catch this view running the 5K or 10K. Or do the Double and see it twice!†…

Run with us tonight with free, fun runs from all of our locations. Race with us this year, with a range of races from a Beer Mile to a Marathon (yes we have a marathon). #ForEveryRun
Pacers Running hosts some of the best road races in the greater Washington DC metro area from kids dashes to 5Ks and 10Ks to 10 milers!

Pacers Running shared 3877 Group of Wydler Brothers Real Estate's video.
Chris Farley (no, not that Chris Farley) sat down with 3877 Group of Wydler Brothers Real Estate to discuss being a local business in Arlington, Va. Check out the video they put together from it.
Check out our latest interview...Chris Farley of Pacers Running! #3877Group #wydlerbrothersrealestate #wetreatyoulikefamily

Fueling On The Run, new on our blog. Tips for fueling your run, before, during and after. Any other tips that have worked for you? Share below #ForEveryRun
Fueling a run: When is it important? Most runners would answer this statement with “always!”, and athletes in general are continuously told the importance of fueling their workouts and races. But what exactly does that mean, and do the same guidelines apply to every run? First, let’s think about fue...

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Get ready to go green with our next two races, the St Pat's Run 5k, 10k, Double & Lil' Leprechaun Leap and the Four Courts Four Miler! Join us next Sunday, March 5th for the St Pat's Run #StPatsRun Then Saturday, March 11th for the Four Courts Four Miler #4courts4miler #ForEveryRun