Friday, November 21, 2008

Iron Man Project resumes in Arizona


Iron Nutz Florida Recap from Brad Kelly on Vimeo.

The Iron Nutz' quest to complete every Iron Man in the US in one year continues this weekend in Tempe, Arizona. It's my pleasure to get to document the journey. These three guys have heart and guts enough to swim 2.4 miles, bike 112 miles and then run a full marathon--all in one day! The remarkable thing is they're also regular guys with a generous spirit and a desire to help others less fortunate through their gruelling efforts.

I put together this little video with some of the footage from the Florida shoot three weeks ago. It's HD, shot to P2 cards on the Panasonic HVX200. A very handy and portable camera for situations like this, but still rendering a fantastic image and amazing color for its size.

On a side note, the camera that shot this is now "lost" somewhere within USAir's byzantine baggage handling system. Way to go USAir...

2 comments:

Steve said...

So fun! Can't wait to see the rest!

Norm Schrager said...

I'm assuming the name comes from the steel pair each participant must have in order to subject themselves to this hell. Or it's just a cute name with a 'z' in it.