Watch the Red Bull 400 World Cups best moments

Check out what happened in the first World Championships of the most gruelling uphill sprint ever.
By Helmut Berger

The champions of the first Red Bull 400 World Championships have been crowned – and now you can see how they conquered the supreme 400m uphill challenge in one handy clip. 

The big uphill sprint took place in Titisee-Neustadt, Germany. Yukari Tanaka of Japan won the women’s singles category and Ahmet Arslan of Turkey claimed victory in the men’s singles. The team from ASK Slavia Praha in the Czech Republich reigned supreme in the men’s relay, while German outfit Run for Hospi got the victory in the mixed relay. The firefighters’ relay saw BWG Rutzenmoos of Austria come out on top.

All these winners headed a field from more than 1000 competiors from 40 countries. That’s 698 men, 119 women, and 62 participants in the relays, to be exact. 

Watch how they all tamed the hill in the video player above!

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