Ladies and gentlemen, this is the announcement that you’ve all been waiting for. The announcement that has been over a year in the making. It’s time to declare and crown our very first Great Lomo LC-A Race Grand Champion!
For the uninitiated, The Great LOMO LC-A Race pools together 100 Lomographers into 10 different teams around the globe to vie for the glory of being called the Grand Champion. The race started way back in June of 2009. But finally, its time. After such a long time waiting, its time to declare the champion.
And the winner is… DRUMROLL
Euro Team 3!!!
What can we say? Euro team 3 has made sure that they are always a step ahead of the competition. The team innovates and keeps things fresh my making Doubles With You entries, and even their own interpretation of the The 10 Golden Rules without skipping a beat and losing focus from the competition. Needless to say, this win is well deserved. Congratulations to Euro Team 3 and every one of the LC-A Race’s shooters! It’s been a blast!
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