3 September 2019
Throughout the 2019 WSO Games, we've seen memories made, records broken, friendships created and so much more. We've been fortunate to have a number of people take photos and to be able to share them with you.
We'd like to thank John Kimpel, WSO athlete and professional photographer, for volunteering his time at Track & Field, Basketball and Pickleball. He really captured the spirit of our games. Click here to see his photography from the games.
At the WSO's 5K/10K The Olympian, Joyce Paisley brought her drone along with her camera and captured some great images from the lakefront. Families also enjoyed getting a complimentary portrait. Click here to see her photography!
We are fortunate to have Pixologie collecting and organizing our event photos in a photo archive. You can view and even order photos by going to the WSO Forever Photo Archive where we have over 5,000 photos from over the years.
Do you have great photos you'd like to share? Here's a few ways to get those pics to us! We'll be creating a wrap-up video so please share with us by September 23.
Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Text to: 414-899-4221
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