Red Bull Divide & Conquer 2014

Both teams and individuals stormed Vancouver's North Shore for this multidiscipline endurance race.
By Charlie Grinnell
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Mass Start
Mass Start First up was the mountain running portion of the race that began from the Cleveland Dam in North Vancouver. © Dan Carr / Red Bull Content Pool
Pushin' It
Pushin' It Solo Category race winner Paul Romero tackling the slopes of Grouse Mountain. © Mason Mashon / Red Bull Content Pool
What Goes Up, Must Come Down
What Goes Up, Must Come Down Once racers summited Grouse Mountain, next up was the mountain bike portion of the race featuring some of the North Shore's most famous trails. © Mason Mashon / Red Bull Content Pool
Droppin' In
Droppin' In After completing the mountain bike portion, the kayakers were anxiously waiting to drop in at North Vancouver's Capilano Salmon Hatchery. © Mason Mashon / Red Bull Content Pool
Splash Time
Splash Time A kayaker drops into North Vancouver's Capilano River. © Mason Mashon / Red Bull Content Pool
A Dash To The Finish Line
A Dash To The Finish Line After conquering the waters of Capilano River, racers had to come ashore at West Vancouver's Ambleside Park and make their way to the finish line. © Dan Carr / Red Bull Content Pool
It's A Celebration
It's A Celebration After a 35 kilometre course that featured 8,000 meters of vertical, it was time to celebrate. © Dan Carr / Red Bull Content Pool
Award Ceremony
Award Ceremony When the dust settled, the Top 3 for the Team Category consisted of The Full Dudemen, Rocky Mountain Bikes and Two Colin's and a Nick. The Solo Category was won by Paul Romero, followed by Ico Shutte. © Dan Carr / Red Bull Content Pool