1. Red Bull OUTROW / 2015


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    August 2015 saw the second annual Red Bull Outrow take place in Gloucestershire. Eight teams of four lined up 3km west of Minsterworth on the River Severn. Their aim? To out-run the famous Severn Bore - an annual tidalwave that races up-river at speeds approaching 18mph. www.brotherfilmco.com www.brotheraerials.com

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    • BSB Onboard - Cadwell Park Qualifications


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      Who will conquer the mountain and settle in the all important pole position??

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      • BSB Onboard - Cadwell Park Free Practice 2&3


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        The final two free practice sessions rolled into one.

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        • BSB Onboard - Cadwell Park Free Practice 1


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          The first free practice session at Cadwell Park British Superbikes!

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          • BSB Onboard - Cadwell Park Race 1


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            With Josh Brookes on pole, will anyone be able to beat to the mountain. See all the best onboard moments here.

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            • Toughest Umeå LIVE - Broadcast Highlights


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              Highlights from the live broadcast of Toughest Umeå 2015

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              • FERRARI


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                Shoot and Edited from Malaysian Grand Prix 2015 of March

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                • windsurf denia 2015


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                  • MotoGP Promotion


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                    MotoGP Promotion Design for Ten Sports Network

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                    • SEND THE HYE-PHEN TO THE SF ZINE FEST!


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                      \\\\ For the link to our Go Fund Us Page: http://www.gofundme.com/thehye-phen //// The Hye-Phen is an Armenian media collective and magazine committed to amplifying the voices of trans, queer, feminist, anti-racist, and anti-imperialist Armenians from all around the globe. Both critical and vulnerable, the content on our online magazine brings attention to important and intersectional issues like race, class, gender, sexuality, identity, genocide, and solidarity, through a variety of mediums. Since we launched in 2014, The Hye-Phen has sustained an online presence with an enormous outpouring of support and positive feedback. Countless folks have come forward to tell us that, in this last year alone, The Hye-Phen has been a significant lifeline for other sad, queer Armenians and Brown folks. Our presence has helped others, and ourselves, find community, solidarity, and sanity amidst invisibility, isolation, and our cultural complex of shame. We often hear from other trans and queer Hyes that, until us, they've never met other Hyes who shared openly these identities. Our writing has been heavily cited in many academic papers. More than that, our work is an imperative tool that continues to support Brown trans and queer youth in navigating their personal, cultural, and racial positions in the world. The Hye-Phen’s rapid success has been astounding, and super emotional, to folks within and beyond our cyber collective. We'll be celebrating our first birthday on November 1st. That also means that, for about a year now, our platform has survived solely through the unpaid labor, love, fierceness, and pockets of socioeconomically disadvantaged folks. We are financially unable to cover the basic costs of printing the very first volume of The Hye-Phen! Post one year of organizing together: we realized that a. we're passionate. b. we're poor. and c. we cannot fully thrive without capital in a capitalist, white supremacist, cissexist, heteropatriarchal society. Our immediate goal: take our zine to the printers (500 count), to our table at the San Fransisco Zine Fest (9/06), and to other events and zine distros around the US and in cities around the world where we have collective members. This means that we'll move out of cyberspace and into the fleshy human world. Our long-term goals: Develop a solid, visual media foundation on which we can (finally!) produce and distribute dope, informative, affirmative, and radically-oriented (trans, queer, feminist, anti-racist, anti-imperialist, anti-amot, anti-fatphobic Armenian) visual art and merchandise (posters, stickers, flyers, et cetera). Next, we hope to turn whatever profits we generate into both covering our basic costs (like domain names) and also monetarily compensating our contributors who bring brave and important work into this world. If The Hye-Phen has also been your survival mechanism; if you've been reading and appreciating the free and critical work that has "come out" of our platform; if you believe in QT*POC solidarity, liberation, mobilization through creation; and if you are able to skip your daily surj (coffee), this is your opportunity to give back. We need our radical communities to support us. We're reaching out to you. Our goal is to raise $2,341 by September 1, 2015. To find the breakdown of our estimated costs, or for any further inquiries, e-mail us: thehyephenmag@gmail.com Of course we'll throw in some cute gifts, too (note: all offerings are conditional upon us reaching our goal in order to produce them)! Find our digital magazine and meet the folks behind it: www.the-hye-phen-mag.org Շնորհակալություն and YALLA!

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