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Mar 24 2008

Yamaha's Josh Hill Races to First Monster Energy Supercross Victory Wearing GoPro Motorsports HERO

PESCADERO, Calif. (March 18, 2008) – GoPro, the California-based maker of wearable digital sports cameras, celebrates a victorious debut in the motocross market at the Monster Energy AMA Supercross in Minneapolis.

On March 15 at the Minneapolis Metrodome, Yamaha's Josh Hill raced to his first Monster Energy AMA Supercross victory wearing GoPro’s Motorsports HERO camera on his helmet. Hill beat Suzuki's Ryan Dungey in front of 40,982 fans. 

GoPro is sponsoring Yamaha’s Factory Supercross and Motocross Race Team to promote the durability and performance of its new Motorsports HERO camera.

“We couldn’t be happier for Josh and Yamaha and we congratulate them on Josh’s first Energy AMA Supercross win,” said GoPro CEO, Nicholas Woodman. “This is a great example of how light and convenient the Motorsports HERO camera is. That Josh Hill won such an important race while wearing a Motorsports HERO camera on his helmet is terrific proof of that.”

GoPro’s ingenious Motorsports HERO camera is a miniature digital video camera that quick-release mounts to helmets, motorcycles and other vehicles for easy on-board motorsports video and photo capture. Shockproof and waterproof, the Motorsports HERO has been developed to endure the punishing demands of motorsports.

The 4.5 ounce Motorsports HERO can shoot 56 minutes of continuous video with sound on a 2GB SD card, lasts for over two hours of recording on just two AAA batteries, and can also capture three megapixel still photos automatically every five seconds while you enjoy your drive or ride. Single-shot and triple-shot sequence photos are also an option. The camera is waterproof to 100’, making it extremely versatile.

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Mar 24 2008

Yamaha's Josh Hill Races to First Monster Energy Supercross Victory Wearing GoPro Motorsports HERO

PESCADERO, Calif. (March 18, 2008) – GoPro, the California-based maker of wearable digital sports cameras, celebrates a victorious debut in the motocross market at the Monster Energy AMA Supercross in Minneapolis.

On March 15 at the Minneapolis Metrodome, Yamaha's Josh Hill raced to his first Monster Energy AMA Supercross victory wearing GoPro’s Motorsports HERO camera on his helmet. Hill beat Suzuki's Ryan Dungey in front of 40,982 fans. 

GoPro is sponsoring Yamaha’s Factory Supercross and Motocross Race Team to promote the durability and performance of its new Motorsports HERO camera.

“We couldn’t be happier for Josh and Yamaha and we congratulate them on Josh’s first Energy AMA Supercross win,” said GoPro CEO, Nicholas Woodman. “This is a great example of how light and convenient the Motorsports HERO camera is. That Josh Hill won such an important race while wearing a Motorsports HERO camera on his helmet is terrific proof of that.”

GoPro’s ingenious Motorsports HERO camera is a miniature digital video camera that quick-release mounts to helmets, motorcycles and other vehicles for easy on-board motorsports video and photo capture. Shockproof and waterproof, the Motorsports HERO has been developed to endure the punishing demands of motorsports.

The 4.5 ounce Motorsports HERO can shoot 56 minutes of continuous video with sound on a 2GB SD card, lasts for over two hours of recording on just two AAA batteries, and can also capture three megapixel still photos automatically every five seconds while you enjoy your drive or ride. Single-shot and triple-shot sequence photos are also an option. The camera is waterproof to 100’, making it extremely versatile.

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