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Red Bull X-Alps 2011: Photostory 4 Aug 1, 2011
Red Bull X-Alps 2011 saw a spectacular end to the world's toughest adventure race with a supreme showing from winner Chrigel Maurer and a close duel between two athletes sparring for second place....
Red Bull X-Alps 2011 – Race Summary Aug 1, 2011
Forty-eight hours after Christian Maurer touched down in Monaco and defended his Red Bull X-Alps title, the world’s toughest adventure race officially came to an end. Only two more athletes, Romanian...
Yesterday afternoon Swiss athlete Christian Maurer touched down in Monaco and successfully defended his Red Bull X-Alps title. He completed one of the toughest editions in X-Alps history, in 11 days,...
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 Eleven Jul 28, 2011
After Christian Maurer’s impressive performance at Red Bull X-Alps 2009 - when he crossed the Alps two days faster than the runner-up - it looks like history is set to repeat itself in 2011. Find out...
- Monaco, France
- JUL 17, 2011 at 12:00 AM
- JUL 31, 2011 at 11:00 PM
- Red Bull X-Alps returns for its fifth edition in 2011. A true test of endurance, the race, which was began by Hannes Arch in 2003, will see 31 of the world's best - and most versatile - athletes race non-stop through the Alps to the Mediterranean Sea, with just a paraglider and a pair of hiking boots for company. Their every move will tracked by advanced technology and broadcast to an audience of millions. The 2011 race begins at the Mozartplatz in Salzburg, Austria, and finishes in Monaco, France. In between are eight turnpoints in Austria, Italy, Switzerland and France that force the participants through 864 kilometres of treacherous mountain terrain.