1. Alexandra Minnaar - Myths of Immigration Law


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    Immigrating legally to America is so easy, right? Umm, no. Immigration Attorney Alex Minnaar will dive deep into the byzantine experience of applying for residency and citizenship in the U.S., the reality of which is daunting for even the most well-resourced applicant. Nerd Nite boss and current visa holder Dan Rumney may be asked to produce his papers.

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    • Balaton Bike Fest 2009 2.nap


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      Balaton Bike Fest 2009.06.26 - rövid összeállítás az aznapi eseményekről. by SP Pictures

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      • Creative Shorts Episode 4: WC4 Canada 2012


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        Practice footage from Mon Ste Anne. In the race which followed, Aaron Gwin won yet another race on this massive course. Music: Waylon Thornton American Heart http://waylonthornton.tumblr.com/ Like our Facebook page: facebook.com/CreativeConcept.tv Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/creativecncpt

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        • Creative Shorts Episode 2: WC2 Italia 2012


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          Italia 2012! Practice footage from the second round of the World Cup series. The race which followed saw Aaron Gwin win his first race of the season. Music: Frantic Chant Northern Soil Download from: http://dgab.bandcamp.com/ http://www.facebook.com/franticchant Like our Facebook page: facebook.com/CreativeConcept.tv Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/creativecncpt

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          • Creative Shorts Episode 3: WC3 Scotland 2012


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            Practice footage from Fort William. In the race which followed, Aaron Gwin won again on the all time classic Scottish World Cup track in Fort William. Music: 6th Sense Lets Do It Instrumental "Let's Do It Instrumental {6th Sense}" by 6th Sense (http://notherground.blogspot.com) Like our Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/CreativeConcept.tv Follow us on Twitter: www.twitter.com/creativecncpt

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            • Creative Shorts Episode 1: WC1 South Africa 2012


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              Episode 1 of our Creative Shorts series from Practice in South Africa. In the race that followed, Greg Minnaar took the win in front of a rampant home crowd. Music: Neroleptic Trio Summer Variations http://www.myspace.com/neuroleptictrio Like our Facebook page: facebook.com/CreativeConcept.tv Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/creativecncpt

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              • Creative Shorts Episode 5: WC5 USA 2012


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                Practice footage from Windham. Gwin kills it yet again in front of a rapturous home crowd... Music: Frantic Chant Neckbrace Download from: dgab.bandcamp.com/ facebook.com/franticchant Like our Facebook page: facebook.com/CreativeConcept.tv Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/creativecncpt

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                • Downhill Mountain Bike World Cup Finals 2010: Windham USA


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                  We took an epic trip to the USA for the World Cup finals, including heading to New York, AMA Motocross at Southwick and then the World Cup Finals in Windham.... Amazing race and Season... www.facebook.com/mtbcut

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                  • Greg Minnaar Downhill World Cup 2010


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                    the final run in maribor, the rock'n roll part.

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                    • Greg Minnaar WINS - June 20, 2010 - Leogang, Austria


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                      Santa Cruz Syndicate's Greg Minnaar (SRAM/RockShox) shows that he can win on any track as he puts his strengths to the test and wins here in Leogang, Austria at the 3rd UCI World Cup Downhill. Steve Peat is back on track narrowly missing the podium by .05 seconds and placing 6th, bumping him up to 12th overall in the series, and Josh Bryceland had a horrible crash hitting a tree and stunned himself on his race run. The week started out warm and pleasant in the breathtakingly beautiful village of Leogang, Austria. We celebrated Steve's 36th birthday at a nearby restaurant that served Tatar's Hat, a treat we only find in Austria where you place raw meat on a special cooker on your table, with a little moat around it filled with shredded vegetables and broth, which you drizzle over the sizzling meat. The owner of the restaurant was pleased to have us in the house and showed us her best hospitality by dancing and the table and from the rafters. It was unforgettable! The summer weather quickly disappeared and the cold rain arrived making the course a muddy mess. Maxxis Wet Screams were in order in these conditions. As it was the course was dangerous and the mud had riders crashing all over the place in the qualifier. Greg was first man down and posted a 4:03, which held up for 2nd place. Steve and Josh both had muddy crashes in their qualifiers and placed 34th and 24th respectively and they both hoped to turn things around for the final. The night before the race Steve commented that every time he wore the World Champs jersey he crashed. Ricky Bobby had a solution and suggested he crash before the start to get it over with. Race day Steve took it to heart and Ricky says, "Steve did the Dead Turtle before the start and threw himself into the bushes, through the fence, into someone's front garden, pulling up flowers and rolling around in the mud to get the jersey dirty." Apparently the strategy worked and Steve had a great run, upright, and crossed the line in 4:11.82 and held the hotseat for over a half hour while creeping into the top ten. It looked like the podium was in reach until Cameron Cole came across the line just .05 seconds faster. "Now I know how Greg felt at World's," said Steve. Fifteen minutes later Josh was on course and after the first split he slipped in the greasy conditions and was sent sideways in the air and his head and shoulders took a direct hit into a tree at quite high speed. Concussed, he stood up, walked off the track and sat for a bit before cruising down the side of the course, not to finish the race. He felt as though he may have separated his shoulder and was still in shock at the bottom. Josh said, "The weekend was good and I found my pace again, but I am devastated to crash out like that. It's not where I want to be in the overall, but I'm ready now to prepare for Champery and Val Di Sole." Soon Gee Atherton came through the finish with a time of 4:06.39, a staggering 5 seconds faster than Cameron Cole and Steve, each on 4:11. This looked to be a lofty goal to reach, but Greg was up to the task and put .74 seconds into Gee with a 4:05.65 at the finish after being down on Gee 2.22 seconds at the first split. With fastest qualifier Sam Blenkinsop last he was flying down the track, but was getting out of shape at the bottom. He also finished on 4:11, dashing Steve's hope for a podium, but it secured Greg's win (in front of some of the PMB oneLife crew in attendance), for his 2nd World Cup win this season. It was his 13th UCI Downhill career win, with 8 of those wins on Santa Cruz, 2 of which were on the Carbon V-10 and Edge wheels. This was also his 45th World Cup podium, which ties Nico Voilleuz record, and is 5 behind Steve's 50 career podiums. Steve was happy and said, "It's nice to be back up there and I was pretty solid. I didn't rip any trees up and kept my speed up through the muddy sections. I feel better about myself now. I came into the weekend to have fun and get up to speed. I felt better riding my Santa Cruz Carbon V-10 and Greg dragged me back up to speed. Thanks Greg! Jon Cancellier from SRAM/RockShox had my bike dialed and thanks to Ricky Bobby for the mint bike. I'm enjoying my riding again." Greg was very happy, and surprised to win with the run he had. Greg says, "It was an amazing weekend with a 2nd in qualifier and 1st in the race. The race was really hard and conditions made it hard to stay on line and even on the track. I made a few big mistakes on the top. I wanted to be smooth and carry speed and work hard on the pedaling, but it didn't really happen that way and I was all over the place and taking dabs with my gangly legs. Thanks to Doug for having my bike perfect!" We now have half of the World Cup season under our belt and Greg is still in the leaders jersey, 73 points ahead of Gee Atherton. With 4 weeks until the next World Cup, this week we will be competing at the Pro GRT race in Northstar at Lake Tahoe, California. Josh may sit this one out depending on the doctor's report on his shoulder. Pro Men's Downhill Results: 1st: GREG MINNAAR (SANTA CRUZ SYNDICATE) 4:05.65 2nd: Gee Atherton 4:06.39 3rd: Aaron Gwin 4:10.09 4th: Sam Blenkinsop 4:11.17 5th: Cameron Cole 4:11.77 6th: STEVE PEAT (SANTA CRUZ SYNDICATE) 4:11.82 7th: Bendan Fairclough 4:12.61 8th: Justin Leov 4:12.93 9th: Matti Lehikoinen 4:13.25 10th: Matt Simmonds 4:13.82 DNF: Josh Bryceland Pro Men's Overall Standings: 1st: GREG MINNAAR (SANTA CRUZ SYNDICATE) 660 2ND: Gee Atherton 587 3rd: Aaron Gwin 410 4th: Cameron Cole 404 5th: Sam Blenkinsop 394 6th: Brendan Fairclough 345 7th: Justin Leov 274 8th: Matti Lehikoinen 265 9th: Fabien Pedemanaud 257 10th: Marc Beaumont 232 12th: STEVE PEAT (SANTA CRUZ SYNDICATE) 222 30TH: JOSH BRYCELAND (SANTA CRUZ SYNDICATE) 138 Thanks to the Syndicate sponsors: SANTA CRUZ BICYCLES SRAM, ROCKSHOX, AVID, TRUVATIV EDGE COMPOSITES MAXXIS CLIF BAR MUC-OFF LIZARD SKINS WTB CRANKBROTHERS CHRIS KING TROY LEE DESIGNS FIVE TEN

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