This week’s selection of great shots sees a host of talent battling the world’s toughest elements.
While the rest of south-west England rushed for shelter from the latest Atlantic onslaught, Thomas Traversa was winning the latest Red Bull Storm Chase at Gwithian, Cornwall.
Jari-Matti Latvala won again in Sweden in the VW, while team-mate Andreas Mikkelsen achieved his first WRC podium. Read more about the action-packed Rally Sweden
Valparaiso, Chile, got February off to a flying start with the first Red Bull Flugtag of the year. Some entries were more aerodynamic than others, but all of them eventually ended up like this guy.
Suzuki’s James Stewart was back in full flow, winning the 450 class at the AMA Supercross race in San Diego. Red Bull KTM Factory rider Ken Roczen placed third on the night, leaving him in second spot overall; nine points behind Ryan Villopoto.
Italian skater Alex Sorgente won the Australian Bowl-riding Championships in Newcastle, NSW, this weekend, with Brazil’s Pedro Barros in second.
Mexican kayaker Rafa Ortiz headed down to Chiapas to take on five waterfalls on the Agua Azul river. You can watch the spectacular video here.
Competitors in action at Red Bull Kronplatz Cross 2014, one of the toughest ski cross races in the world, which took place for the third year at Plan de Corones in Italy. This year’s pro title went to the French trio of Sylvain Miaillier, Arnold Beaucamps and Terence Tchiknavorian.
Daniel Disaster and Pete Heartless, the production duo behind US outfit Heroes x Villains, brought their ‘Chapel’ project to Atlanta’s MJQ Concourse. Find out more here.
Aussie Jon Durand broke two out-and-back hang gliding speed records over the Great Australian Bight recently. The full story with video is available on the Adventure Channel.
A spot with a difference. The Red Bull Drenaje skate comp took place in one of Guadalajara, Mexico’s dry drainage sewers on February 1.
Red Bull KTM Factory Racing's riders Antonio Cairoli and Jordi Tixier warmed up for the approaching MXGP season in some style. Cairoli won both the MX1 and Elite categories at the Italian International MX Championsip in Noto, Sicily, with Tixier taking the MX2.
New Zealand wingsuit pilot Chuck Berry became the first man to fly over the striking backdrop of Lake Hillier in Western Australia. Read the full story and watch the video here.