Red Bull X-Alps 2011 – Race Summary – Video
- AUG 1, 2011
- Red Bull X-Alps
- About this Video
- 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 Toma Coconea and Austrian Paul Guschlbauer, had a realistic chance to also reach Monaco within the allotted 48 hours, but after an exciting neck-and-neck finish only one could accomplish the mission. Check out all the highlights of Red Bull X-Alps 2011 in this video summary.
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 - 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...
Red Bull X-Alps 2011 – The Athlete Cameras Jul 26, 2011
Every athlete competing at Red Bull X-Alps 2011 has to carry a personal camera, so you can take a much closer look at what they're going through during this unique and gruelling race across the Alps.
Red Bull X-Alps 2011 - Photostory 3 Jul 26, 2011
As Chrigel Maurer disappears into the distance on the long race over the Alps to Monaco, we take a look at how the rest of the Red Bull X-Alps athletes are getting on.
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 Three Jul 20, 2011
On day three of Red Bull X-Alps 2011 the incidents came thick and fast. Last year’s champion Christian Maurer (SUI1) was the first athlete to reach the third point at the Grossglockner, closely...