Photographing a race like the Sunburst involves a lot of running, but not the kind of actual running the participants are engaging it. It involves a lot of running around from point to point in a car. This was my situation on Saturday morning. I woke up at 4:45 a.m. so I could be in downtown South Bend before the 6 a.m. start of the marathon. I positioned my car on a specific block near the starting line so that I could leave without encountering blocked roads on my way to the finishing line at the University of Notre Dame. After shooting the start of the marathon, 5K and half marathon in downtown, I jumped in my car and sped over to Notre Dame Stadium to try to catch winners. Shooting a race that finishes in a different location than where it starts can be hectic for one person, but luckily I had a logistical plan going in having photographed it for the first time last year.