Its been called the most exciting two minutes in sports. For me and my colleagues its about three days of work leading up to three seconds of action as we capture the finish of the Kentucky Derby from every angle.
The men behind the wheel say there’s no favorite as NASCAR’s Chase for the Sprint Cup prepares to get under way.
Yesterday was my 9th Kentucky Derby and possibly the steamiest one I remember. It was also my 13th major horse race setting up and operating multiple cameras to capture the finish. This year I used six cameras firing simultaneously to cover the race.
Former Belmont Stakes champion Drosselmeyer scored a spectacular upset in the $5 million Breeders’ Cup Classic on Saturday.