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Symantec Zero Gravity Flight New Zealand winner flies high

By Mauricio Freitas, in , posted: 3-Mar-2009 08:49

Last year I joined a group of bloggers who enjoyed a Symantec-sponsored Zero Gravity flight (my pictures are here) and each of us had the chance to give away the same experience to our readers.

We ran a Zero G competition on Geekzone and the winner was Kevin, who got to fly from Florida on the 21st February 2009. The prize included return flights from New Zealand to the U.S., accommodation, and of course the Zero Gravity experience.

Participants on that flight also got into a draw to win a suborbital flight, and I am told the winner is from Chile.

Here is the video from Kevin's Symantec Zero Gavity flight (Kevin talks at about 1:25):



Thanks to Symantec for the opportunity to present our readers with such a great competition. Bring it on!

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