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San Diego Supercross | GoPro POV Video

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2012 AMA Supercross POV Video

During round 6 of the 2012 AMA Supercross Championship at Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, Saturday evening, the GoPro athletes once again provided some amazing POV footage.

The above video highlights this footage from San Diego Supercross, which features video from Kyle Chisholm, Broc Tickle, Travis Baker, Davi Millsaps, Max Anstie, Gareth Swanepoel, Mike Alessi and James Stewart.

All video was recorded 100-percent on the new GoPro HD Hero2 camera.

As for the GoPro riders, the top finisher using the camera was JGRMX Yamaha’s Davi Millsaps, who finished seventh. Millsaps teammate, two-time AMA SX Champion James Stewart, finished 15th after suffering a crash.

For a review of the race, click here.

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