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It’s been a fortnight since the 2017 Mark Gunter Photographer of the Year Awards opened, and there have been some absolutely incredible photos entered, capturing the beauty of cycling in many facets – from road to gravel, on the CX course and on the boards. We’ve already showcased the best of week one, and – as you’ll see from this week’s highlights gallery – the competition is heating up.
The awards were established in memory of Mark Gunter, a much loved Australian cycling photographer, and seek to showcase the best in cycling photography. But it’s not just about the pictures – all entry fees go to a worthy cause, supporting Tour de Cure, the Australian Cancer Research Foundation and Young Cyclist Development. If you don’t have a picture to enter but would like to make a tax-deductible contribution to fight against cancer, you can donate here.
After the competition wraps up on January 4th, 2018, our panel of cycling photography legends – Graham Watson, Marcus Enno (aka Beardy McBeard), and Jim Fryer & Iri Greco of BrakeThrough Media – will whittle their shortlists down to determine the winners of each of the categories.
Want to share your shot with the world? Enter now.