1. Joe Wilde 'Kerus' reservoir

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    After weeks of heavy rain in Cornwall, the reservoir filling its banks making marsh like bogs and muddy footpaths. This short film documents some of the effects the weather has had. Kerus meaning…

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    • Carrick Leisure Ltd - Cornwall Triathlon Series - Stithians Triathlon

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      from Idenna / Added

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      This is the second film to be commissioned by Carrick Leisure Ltd for the Cornwall Triathlon Series. It covers the Stithians triathlon which took place on the 22nd July 2012. It was an…

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      • 1st HD Montage

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        from Chris Hickson / Added

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        Filmed by Chris Hickson & Sam Maccabe Edited by Chris Hickson

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        • Tack Fail: Funny wipe out

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          from Andy Reed / Added

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          Sometimes things just don't work the way you expect them to.

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          • Carve Tack

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            from Andy Reed / Added

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            Pulling off really fast carving tacks can be as satisfying as nailing nice gybes, and it has the advantage of keeping you up wind on really short reaches, and it looks rather cool too.

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            • Snow Fall In Cornwall

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              from Ryan Mackfall / Added

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              We don't get snow very often in England believe it or not. So when it does come, it's often quite a treat, even though it causes mass chaos. So armed with my XHA1 and a bin liner modified to protect…

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