1. Mark Lewis Francis

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    • Tim Brabants Montage

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      This is a short montage on the sprint kayaker and Olympic gold medalist, Tim Brabants. I created the sequence for a recent documentary following a young aspiring sprint kayaker and used footage found on the internet. Soundtrack - Bonobo: Kiara. Enjoy!

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      • Breckenridge Spring Massive Bangers

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        Breckenridge ski area hosts far too few snowboard competitions each year open to the public. Spring Massive Air and Style is Breck's annual amature Slopestyle contest held on the big jumps in Freeway. Breck local Eric Willett comes back the day after a serious concussion to land one of the best runs of his life, in competition as usual. Enjoy some footage of three of the six Spring Massive Air and Style snowboard competition finalists throwing down hammers.

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        • Wil Askew Black Bear Hunting

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          in 2009, I was able to make the trip to Prince of Wales island in Southwest Alaska. Stayed 6 days at the Thorne Bay Lodge in Thorne Bay Alaska, it was a great place to stay and the hunting was very good. A must do for any hunters list

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          • mzLive Winter Olympics - The Final Event

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            The fourth and final mzLive Winter Olympic event and winner takes all. Can these three teams commentate for couples figure skating in a provocative voice all while stuffing marshmallows in their mouths? Special guest judge and Olympic gold medalist, Carly Patterson picks the final winner of the 2010 mzLive Winter Olympics.

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            • DPayneTV.com: "the chase" ft. @DPayneTV

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              David Payne (born 24 July 1982) is an American hurdler. He was born in Cincinnati, Ohio and his family moved to the suburb of Wyoming, Ohio. Payne competed in the 110 and 400 meter hurdles while attending the University of Cincinnati. While at UC, Payne won multiple individual titles in Conference USA and was named Conference USA Outdoor Athlete of the Year while guiding the Bearcats to the C-USA 2004 outdoor title. He set school records for both distances and was a two time NCAA All-American in the 110m hurdles. Payne now resides in Northern Kentucky and trains in Cincinnati, Ohio. In 2007 he won the silver medal at the Pan American Games behind Dayron Robles, and the bronze medal at the 2007 World Championships, the latter in a personal best time of 13.02 seconds. This feat was especially surprising since Payne was filling in, as an alternate, for the injured American record holder, Dominique Arnold, and had only arrived in Japan from the U.S. less than 24 hours before he was to race. Flotrack Video Interview Payne competing at the 2009 World Championships in BerlinPayne grabbed the final qualifying spot for the Beijing Olympics at the 2008 Outdoor National Championships. At the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, China, Payne continued his ascent in the track and field world and won a Silver Medal in the 110m hurdles in a season best time of 13.17 seconds. World record holder Dayron Robles, of Cuba, won the gold. In 2009, after sitting out most of the indoor season, Payne returned to Olympic form during the outdoor season capturing the 2009 USATF National Championship in the 110m hurdles, a feat which qualified him for the 2009 World Championships in Berlin, Germany. In a photo finish, Payne edged out fellow 2008 Olympian, 2007 World Silver Medalist, and former 110m hurdle National Champion Terrence Trammell by .003 of a second with a winning time of 13.115. Again, Payne surprised many by overtaking Trammell in the final steps although Trammell led coming off the final hurdle and was thought by the announcers to have won the race. Through all of this, Payne still remembers his roots. In October 2008, he came back to Wyoming, Ohio, for the high school Homecoming game. He rode in the parade, talked to students, and watched the game.

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              • Eddy Alvarez The Jet

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                from Harold Smiley Davis Added 150 0 0

                Second version with Olympic Bronze and Silver Medalist Jennifer Rodriguez, and KC Boutiette... Harold Smiley Davis Cameraman and Coach.......... Helen Harbeson Camera

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                • RIBAJournal.com meets Ted Cullinan

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                  Arguably the hardest-working man in architecture, Sara Loane caught up with 2008 RIBA Gold Medalist Ted Cullinan to talk about his passion for drawing, his favourite architects’ implements and why we’re seeing a return to pen and paper. Watch him as he talks exclusively to RIBAJournal.com at his canal-side Islington studio. Interview/filming by Sara Loane

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                  • Free Video Reveals the #1 Secret to Becoming a Gold Medalist

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                    Watch this free Video to find out the #1 Secret to becoming an Olympic Champion. Distributed by Tubemogul.

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                    • Gail Devers, 2006 Breitbard Hall of Fame Inductee

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                      Inducted in 2006, Gail Devers, a two-time Olympic gold medalist in the 100 meters, is the first African-American woman named to the Breitbard Hall of Fame. Devers, a 1984 Sweetwater High graduate, was among the first generation of female athletes to gain acceptance in the sports world after Title IX legislation. The UCLA and high school All-American has held the American record in the 100 hurdles that she first set in 1988. She also has an Olympic gold medal in the 1,600-meter relay.

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