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Jump for the Cause

Setting a new world record for an all-female skydive formation, 181 women from 31 countries freefall over Perris Skydive, Perris, Calif., Sept. 27, on the final day of the week-long Jump for the Cause 2009. The event was to raise money and awareness for breast cancer research. (Courtesy photo/Willy Boeykens, Jump for the Cause team photographer)

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