1. Cam Hanes "2014" Promo

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    Short promo for a possible Cam Hanes TV show coming in 2014!!

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    • Mike Aitken Slomo Montage

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      Excerpts from Mike Aitken's part in Odyssey's "Electronical" BMX video in 2007. For those of you who didn't know, Mike suffered a bad crash in early October and is still recovering. Please support Mike and his family by making any kind of donation to his recovery fund: www.mikeaitken.com www.5050bmx.com www.odysseybmx.com Get well soon Mikey!

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      • A vida que você escolheu // your life

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        More than 4 millions views in the world Youtube + Facebook + Vimeo :) "I believe that everyone at birth receives a magic lamp and within three miracles of genius: a history to be remembered, a body to live the present and dream to create a future. Some, during this trip, do not forget to repay the favor with nothing but gratitude, a gift back, good for the world. This film is my way of saying thank you. This is the gift I left the world of life that I won and I chose to live." Acredito que cada um quando nasce ganha uma lâmpada mágica e, lá dentro, três milagres geniais: um passado para ser lembrado, um corpo pra viver o presente e sonhos para criar um futuro. Alguns, durante essa jornada, se lembram de retribuir essa graça com algo além de gratidão, um presente de volta, um bem para o universo. Este filme é o meu jeito de dizer obrigado. Este é o presente que deixo ao mundo pela vida que ganhei e pela que escolhi viver. Obrigado à Letícia, ao Pedro e ao Roberto por estarem comigo nisso. Obrigado a todos que fizeram este filme comigo (conheça cada um nos créditos do filme). Assista em HD e ajude o mundo a conhecer essa história. Texto, direção e fotografia // RENATO CABRAL Locução // LEANDRO SOSI Trilha sonora e mixagem // MAURÍCIO WINCKLER Arranjo de cordas // GIORDANO PAGOTTI Gravação cordas // RODRIGO NEPOMUCENO Gravação locução // PAULO MENEZES Masterização // BETO ROSA Stead Cam e Slide // JOÃO MOTTA Montagem // LUIS FELIPE PIMENTA Edição e Finalização // FABRICIO SASSIOTO Músicos // Maurício Winckler (violão, mandolin, banjo); Mara Paula (vocal); Thiago Calegari (baixo); Giovani Longo (percurssão); Liliane Dias (violino); Bryan Marvean (violino); Gabriel Gonçalves (violoncelo); Brunno Thayer (violoncelo) Tradução // LIVIA FERNANDES Agradecimentos: Lara Stoque; Maria Bastos; Karoline Cordeiro; Alexandre Viera; Zagaia; Paula Bernardes;

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        • intervals

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          Runner: Matt Abbott Sound design: Mark Ruff Color: Kelly Armstrong at Color Playground Chicago.

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          • Heather Robinson: Balance

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            As a doctor of veterinary medicine from Las Vegas, Nevada, I work as a general practitioner for small animals, performing anything from routine physical exams and vaccinations to minor surgeries. I discovered rock climbing eight years ago while studying at CSU in Ft. Collins, CO. and after moving back to Las Vegas four years ago, I discovered the endless local sport climbing and embraced the art of projecting difficult routes. I like the challenge of trying something harder than I've ever tried before, and the commitment it takes to accomplish that goal. Balancing my devotion to a professional career and my passion for rock climbing is truly rewarding. One of my strengths is that I don't give up. For me, sport climbing requires the same kind of tenacity, mental focus, and dedication that got me through veterinary school. I made the first female ascent (FFA) of Power Windows – my first 5.13d – at Mt. Potosi, NV this past spring. Ultimately, trying to climb at my limit allows me to achieve things I never thought possible. ~Heather Robinson For more on Heather visit http://www.prAna.com

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            • The Hardest Fight by John Hicks

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              Inspired by the story of Dave Payne - a 70 year old ex champion boxer and bare knuckle fighter. Finalist at The Converge Film Festival 2011 and screened at the British Film Institute, London. Also selected for the New Shorts #12 Night of the Living Docs at the Roxy Bar & Screen, London http://shortfilms.org.uk/events/2012-01-10-new-shorts-12-night-of-the-living-docs at 18.30 on January, 2012. original music score by Marc Johnston and Gary Lawson More info at http://www.johnhicks.co.uk

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              • The Rearview Mirror - 2K15 REEL

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                A simple look back from the memory bank. Love, T&V

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                • Victory

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                  Experience what its like to be an Olympic runner racing to victory in the 2012 Half Marathon. Featured Olympians include: Deriba Merga, Abel Kirui, Meb Keflezgihi, Collis Birmingham, Kara Goucher, Sammy Mellor, Abderrahime Bouramdane, Scott Overall Director/Cinematographer/Editor: Yael Shulman Narrator: Ben Antelis Camera: Canon 7D Lenses: Canon 28mm-135mm f 3.5-5.6, Canon 50mm f 1.8 Contact: yaelshulmanfilms@gmail.com

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                  • Jason Smyth - Paralympian

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                    Visually impaired sprinter Jason Smyth achieved fame at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games when he won the 100m (10.62) and 200m (21.4 3) T13 races in world record times. He fully merits his nickname of “The Fastest Paralympian on Earth”. The Derry man is based in Florida and trains with US sprint king Tyson Gay, a former world champion and owner of the second fastest 100m of all-time. Gay describes Jason as “one of the most technically gifted sprinters alive”. Jason’s success in Beijing was no surprise as two years earlier he had won gold in the 100m (10.86) and 200m (21.83) at the 2006 IPC Athletics World Championships in the Netherlands. A back injury ruled him out of the 2011 IPC Athletics World Championships in New Zealand, but he, together with fellow Paralympian Oscar Pistorius, competed at 2011’s IAAF World Championships in Korea. Jason achieved the Olympic “B” standard time for 100m (10.22 seconds) but fell just short of the “A” standard of 10.18 – this would have made him the first track athlete to compete at both Olympic and Paralympic Games. Jason is now focused on retaining his Paralympic 100m and 200m titles. The International Paralympic Committee have marked him as one to watch at the Games – he’ll have high hopes of glory in London’s Olympic Stadium.

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                    • Mathieu Ledoux - The Ultimate State

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                      The 30-year-old French Canadian stuntman speaks to the inherent joy of simply doing what you love. More on www.theavantgardediaries.com Produced by Julia Wilczok / Filming by Fridolin Schoepper / Editing by Konterfei / Sound by Kitty Bolhoefer / Music by Carlos Bruck / Special thanks to Ina Schoof, Lena Buhrman & the whole Ledoux stunt crew Follow us! facebook.com/THEAVANTGARDEDIARIES twitter.com/theavgd

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