Red Bull X-Alps 2011: Day Four
- JUL 21, 2011
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- 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 the Tre Cime. Watch the highlights.
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