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- May 20, 2011
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- Red Bull Éléments takes teams of four athletes, all specialists in four different disciplines – mountainbiking, paragliding, rowing and running – and tests them to the max over three gruelling editions. A French cousin of Red Bull Dolomitenmann, the first edition took place in Talloires, France, last weekend as 200 athletes took to a course laid out in the breathtaking setting of beautiful Lac D'Annecy. Here mountainbiker Thomas Dietsch takes the high road on his way to scoring a victory for the Austrian team.
Red Bull X-Alps 2011 | Christian Maurer wins Jul 28, 2011
Christian Maurer has just touched down in Monaco to win Red Bull X-Alps 2011 by a huge margin
Red Bull X-Alps 2011: Day Ten Jul 27, 2011
News from Red Bull X-Alps 2011: Race leader Christian Maurer is blazing a trail southwards to Mt Gros. At the time of writing, he was covering up to 50 km an hour, flying at altitudes of 3500 m....
Red Bull X-Alps 2011 – Day Nine Jul 26, 2011
Yesterday morning, current Red Bull X-Alps 2011 leader Christian Maurer rounded Mont Blanc, the seventh of the eight turnpoints and is on the home stretch to Monaco with only one turnpoint to go. Not...
Red Bull X-Alps 2011 - Day eight Jul 25, 2011
Day 8 of Red Bull X-Alps 2011, and race leader Christian Maurer has bagged his sixth turnpoint: the Matterhorn. With strong winds blowing from the north-west, Maurer took off from a sheltered spot...
Red Bull X-Alps 2011: Day Four Jul 21, 2011
Day four of Red Bull X-Alps 2011 saw a big shakeup in the rankings. Christian Maurer (SUI1) broke from the pack after he put in a stunning four-hour flight to put himself within spitting distance of...
Red Bull X-Alps 2011: A Profile of Kaoru Ogisawa Jul 4, 2011
Our latest Red Bull X-Alps 2011 video profile features Japan's Kaoru Ogisawa. By day a test pilot for Gin paragliders, Kaoru has already competed in the Red Bull X-Alps in 2007 and 2009. In this...