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Extreme Sports Event Coordination Company Podium Productions presents the 5th Annual X FEST. This year we will have an ALL NEW two-day event format. On Saturday, December 13th we will host Mini 4 Stroke Racing, Mini 2 Stroke classes 50s/60s and a Mini 4 Stroke Freestyle Competition with some of the top names in the [...]

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