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DAY 6 - TUESDAY, EVENT: NISSAN OUTDOOR GAMES 2010, RIDER: ANTHONY GREEN (USA) PARAGLIDING, RIDER: PETRA BRAJNIK (SLO) BASE JUMP, RIDER: ROK BRAJNIK (SLO) BASE JUMP, RIDER: TIMOTHY GREEN (USA) PARAGLIDING, SPORT: PARAGLIDING, STYLE: ACTION, TEAM INTERNATIONAL: GOOSEBUMPS.Nissan Outdoor Games, Chamonix-Mont-Blanc 2010.The Nissan Outdoor Games is back for the 6th consecutive year. The concept is to create a 5-minute film and a photo report uniting 5 outdoor sports with the world's best sportsmen in each discipline: mountain biking, mountaineering, kayaking, paragliding & hang gliding, BASE-jumping & wingsuit flying. Five teams are selected and invited by the organisers in Chamonix-Mont-Blanc. Their challenge is to create a high quality short film and still photo production in only one week. The productions are shown to the public on a giant screen in the heart of Chamonix-Mont-Blanc in the evening of July 15th . The athletes and film crews will be competing for 32 000 EUR prize money to win the "Golden Peak Award" for the best film, the "Nissan Prove It Award" for the best action sequence and the "Best Still Photo Award", announced by an appointed professional jury.
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DAY 6 - TUESDAY, EVENT: NISSAN OUTDOOR GAMES 2010, RIDER: ANTHONY GREEN (USA) PARAGLIDING, RIDER: PETRA BRAJNIK (SLO) BASE JUMP, RIDER: ROK BRAJNIK (SLO) BASE JUMP, RIDER: TIMOTHY GREEN (USA) PARAGLIDING, SPORT: PARAGLIDING, STYLE: ACTION, TEAM INTERNATIONAL: GOOSEBUMPS.Nissan Outdoor Games, Chamonix-Mont-Blanc 2010.The Nissan Outdoor Games is back for the 6th consecutive year. The concept is to create a 5-minute film and a photo report uniting 5 outdoor sports with the world's best sportsmen in each discipline: mountain biking, mountaineering, kayaking, paragliding & hang gliding, BASE-jumping & wingsuit flying. Five teams are selected and invited by the organisers in Chamonix-Mont-Blanc. Their challenge is to create a high quality short film and still photo production in only one week. The productions are shown to the public on a giant screen in the heart of Chamonix-Mont-Blanc in the evening of July 15th . The athletes and film crews will be competing for 32 000 EUR prize money to win the "Golden Peak Award" for the best film, the "Nissan Prove It Award" for the best action sequence and the "Best Still Photo Award", announced by an appointed professional jury.