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There’s just over 24 hours left to get in your entries for the 2020 Mark Gunter Photographer of the Year Awards.
This year’s theme was hope – and the images of the 2020 edition of the Mark Gunter Photo Awards have not disappointed. Professional photographers, amateurs and avid cyclists from all over the world have shared their stories and their personal moments with us. It’s been a privilege to read them all.
2020 is behind us, and for many people around the world, lockdown is quickly becoming the norm again.
But unlike lockdown, time is short. Get your entry in and help make a difference — in more ways than one. Your entry fee (if you choose to pay), is raising money for cancer research. And your image and your story may just be the motivation that someone else needs today.
Thanks to Wahoo for generously providing some great prizes — check out the details here.
For all the details on the competition head here, and if you’d like to enter, do so here — just one day to go!
Today’s feature image comes from Eloise Mavian @eloisemavian in the pro category and prize winner in 2019: “As we all know this year has been quite difficult for everyone, luckily the Giro managed to arrive on its last stage in Milan. Here is Simon Guglielmi riding through the empty streets of the Italian city with two carabinieri wearing masks as only spectators.”
Entry into the fiercely-contested Professional Cycling Photographer category is permitted to anyone who earns a living from their cycling photography.
For non-professional photographers using high-end cameras, and anyone with a smartphone or drone or action camera — we have the Amateur category. This year the Enthusiast category and the Smartphone / Action Cam category have been combined to make the Amateur category.
Entrants in this category are in the running for prizes from Wahoo:
First prize: Wahoo ROAM and a year’s subscription to the Sufferfest Second prize: Wahoo RIVAL and a year’s subscription to the Sufferfest Third prize: Wahoo TICKR and a year’s subscription to the Sufferfest