Did you hear?... Extrasport pledges $1,000 to American Whitewater

Extrasport has pledged $1,000 to American Whitewater to support the group's conservation and access initiatives for 2001-02.
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Extrasport has pledged $1,000 to American Whitewater to support the group's conservation and access initiatives for 2001-02. The two will kick off their partnership with the first Extrasport Challenge, a multi-discipline freestyle event on Oct. 20-21 on the Russell Fork River, which crosses the border from Virginia into Kentucky, going through Breaks Interstate Park. For more on the event, contact Risa Shimoda at risa@amwhitewater.org.

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