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According to Craig Fronk, one of the producers of the skydiving feature film "Cutaway," release of the movie is temporarily delayed. Artisan Entertainment, which bought the rights to "Cutaway," is taking the company public and is concentrating on that effort right now, reports Fronk. All wrapped features to which it owns the rights are on hold until further notice. ***
Ken Hansons "Attitude Page" again has a new address. You can now find it at www.hangout.no/attitude. As Ken told skyXtreme, he hopes that this will be the final home of his site. ***
Train in Spain announces, that the location of the next freefly camp, Go Vertical, September 23 - October 1, has moved to Évora, Portugal, due to problems with the owner of Aerodromo Sierra Morena in Linares. For those flying into Madrid or Malaga, this only means slightly longer drive compared to the trip to Linares. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance with hotels and any other information. ***
World Top POP John Crowhurst is currently in negotiations with New Zealand and Thailand to determine the location for the next POPS World Meet in February 2002. The POPS World Meet is held every two years, always at different, often exotic, locations around the globe. ***
Photos from the 2000 World Record Camp at Skydive Chicago, are now posted on Aerial Dynamics' web site at www.aerialdynamics.com. ***
The CRW Team "TheToadsuckers" will be descending upon Perris Valley Skydiving in California, October 13-15 to set a new dropzone CRW record for largest formation and to form a 16-way quad diamond!
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