May 30, 2018 Slideshows » Arts + Scene

Kinetic Grand Championship 2018 Day 3: The Finish Line 

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Photo by Mark McKenna
Goodess Jen-O keeps track of racers as they cross the finish.
Photo by Mark McKenna
Reigning Queen Metalana the Empoweress, right, and Queen Glitterina Sassypants walk passed the finish line.
Photo by Mark McKenna
Melvin, the most decorated team in the history of the race, clears the finish line in Ferndale.
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The Yellow Brick Rode team overtook the Happy Campers just before the finish line.
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Chris Larsen, Band leader of the Royal Kinetic Madness Band plays the sax while racers cross the finish line.
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Flying Innuendo takes a victory lap in Ferndale.
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John Comeau of Lotechnotech makes it across the finish line.
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After vanquishing the course, the Lion Kings peddle gloriously over the finish line with their ACE intact and their swords drawn.
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The Swing Kids bust in to dance after finishing the course.
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Hippypotomus takes a victory lap.
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Team CrABBA takes their victory lap.
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Spectators try to capture the action with their phones and cameras.
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Hunk-a Hunk-a Burnin' Ham takes a victory lap.
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June Moxon and Emily Elizabeth Hobart Brown pose for a shot after finishing the race.
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Kinetic Photographer Matt Filar tries to herd cats and get a team to look at his finger for their official group shot.
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David Gaines poses for a shot with Sparkle the Horse and Her People of Course.
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From left to right: Early Kinetic pilot and board member Bob Lorg, Kinetic Museum Director Robert Adams and "Kinetic Mom" Christine Rising.
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More Kinetic Royalty than you can shake a stick at.
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This Goes Gold team members celebrate after learning they will ACE the race. Their sculpture becomes both the heaviest and the sculpture with the most pilots to earn an ACE award.
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This Goes Gold Team Members celebrate after learning they will ACE the race. Their sculpture becomes both the heaviest and the sculpture with the most pilots to earn an ACE award.
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John Hammond is moved to tears after his team got their first ACE award after trying for seven years.
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A match made in Kinetic Heaven.
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Princess Aristides and Queen Kaleidoscope pose for a shot near the finish line.
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Justin Hobart Brown and his sister Emily Elizabeth Hobart Brown pose with Sparkle the Horse. Emily Elizabeth came from Pennsylvania to race in the 50th.
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Goodess Jen-O keeps track of racers as they cross the finish.

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