Belleville Bulls' Wes Cunningham gives Peterborough Petes' Liam Reddox a flying ticket in a severe 5 to 1 loss in the opening game of the season against the Petes in Peterborough At the Ste-Catherine-de-la-Jacques-Cartier's Rodeo, near Quebec City, a participant is nailed to the gate by the bull he was riding
Team Sweden forward Marcus Nilson falls head first onto the ice in second period action at the IIHF world hockey championship Wednesday May 7, 2008 in Quebec city Team Russia defenseman Dmitri Kalinin celebrates his goal as Team Switzerland goalkeeper Jonas Hiller celebrates in first period action at the IIHF world hockey championship Monday May 12, 2008 in Quebec City.
Runners from the female 1500 meters are silhouetted against the sun atthe first day of competition of the Ontario Track and Field AssociationSuper-Meet at the University of Windsor stadium Friday July 28, 2006.More than 800 athletes are competing. Lucian Bute Vs Librado Andrade
Team Belarus goalkeeper Vitali Koval looks at the puck getting into his net as team Russia Alexei Morozov scores the winning goal in the shoot-out competition at the IIHF world hockey championship.

Like high-performance athletes, photographer Francis Vachon knows that a fraction of a second makes all the difference in getting the perfect result.

In addition to being the official sports photographer for the 15th ITF World Taekwon-Do Championship, he has covered world championships in boxing and the International Ice Hockey Federation's world championships for The Canadian Press.

Over the years, these events have helped him develop a sense of patience and precision, but above all responsiveness. Attentive to the action unfolding in front of his eyes, he uses his skills to anticipate the moment that people will remember and capture it.

Highly experienced, this sports photographer has covered all sorts of disciplines: hockey, basketball, paintball, football, equestrianbadminton, curling, professional wrestling, athletics and many more.

Based in Quebec City, he can easily get to events throughout the region.

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