Discus thrower - Mac Wilkins - Mark Hanauer - Framed Print - 20"H x 16"W
Javelin thrower - Stan Vegar - Mark Hanauer - Framed Print - 20"H x 16"W
Mark Hanauer has been created images for the advertising, entertainment, fine art, editorial, and athletic industries.
Mark was the chief photographer for A&M Records. Past clients include Deutsche Guggenheim Museum, Nike, Microsoft, Conde Nast, Writer's Guild of America, The New York Times and Sony Pictures. He has taught at The Art Center College of Design and UCLA.
Mac Maurice Wilkins is an American athlete, who competed mainly in the discus throw.
Wilkins competed for the United States in the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal, in the discus throw, where he won the gold medal with a distance of 221' 5"
Wilkins also won a silver medal with the discus at the 1984 Summer Olympics held in Los Angeles.
Wilkins broke the World's Record Four times in his career. During his discus throw series on May 1, 1976 in San Jose, he set the world record three times with consecutive throws of 69.80m, 70.24m, and 70.86m.