Graham Agassiz and his massive upper drop
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Watch the Top 5 Runs From Red Bull Rampage 2015

See what earned Kurt Sorge his second Rampage win, plus full runs from the rest of the top five.
By Mike Berard
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Kurt Sorge's Run at Red Bull Rampage 2015

See the run that earned Sorge the Rampage win.

VIRGIN, Utah — The best riders in the world converged in the Utah desert today to test their mettle in mountain biking's greatest freeride contest. We've assembled the top five Red Bull Rampage runs in their entirety below; visit the official event page for additional video coverage.

First Place: Kurt Sorge (video above)

Kurt Sorge showed today that his 2012 Rampage victory was no fluke, delivering a run that showed just how fast and flowy the Canadian rider can be. With a steep drop up top, a fast run down the Fest ridge and a massive sender of a backflip no-hander at the end, Sorge showed that fast and stylish with a hint of gnar is still the ticket to win at Rampage.

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Andreu Lacondeguy's 2015 Red Bull Rampage Run

See the run that earned Lacondeguy second place.

Second Place: Andreu Lacondeguy
The charismatic Spainard overcame injury to take a second-place finish today. Riding the same line he did at Rampage 2014 (with some revisions), Lacondeguy rode his bike fast and he did it smoothly and with style, showing the world that consistency is important when working your way into the annals of freeride history.

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Graham Agassiz's Run at Red Bull Rampage 2015

See the run that earned Agassiz third place at Red Bull Rampage.

Third Place: Graham Agassiz

For the past three years Graham Agassiz has qualifed in first place at Red Bull Rampage. Despite putting down some of the most blistering runs the Utah desert has ever seen, the friendly Canadian has fallen short of landing on the podium. This year, he arguably was a favorite to win but fell to the judges' fickle axe and landed in third. Not so bad, but something tells us he won't be happy until he takes the big prize.

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Brandon Semenuk's 2015 Red Bull Rampage Run

Watch the run that earned Semenuk fourth place at Red Bull Rampage 2015.

Fourth Place: Brandon Semenuk
A former Rampage champion (2008) and a three-time Red Bull Joyride winner, Semenuk absolutely destroyed the mountain today with the grace and fluidity that has become his calling card. Big drop, flat-drop backflip, oppostie 360, backflip one-foot can — all highlights of any run, but he stacked them into the same run. Semenuk is a living legend. As the People's Choice winner, it's clear that he's as popular as he is skilled, and this kid continues to build on his icon status with every pedal stroke.

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Thomas Genon's Run at Red Bull Rampage 2015

See the run that earned Genon fifth place at Red Bull Rampage.

Fifth Place: Thomas Genon
Tommy G stepped up his game big time today, and in the process won the overall FMB World Tour title. Riding faster than he normally does and flashing a bag of tricks throughout his line, the Belgian showed that he is so, so much more than a "slopestyle guy." Genon has what it takes to win Rampage. Today was merely a warning sign.
Missed the live broadcast? No problem — you can watch the full replay now, and you can even jump straight to the biggest moments of the event on demand via the timeline below the video player.
And don't forget to check out all the Red Bull Rampage history pieces celebrating the 10th edition of the sport's premier event, along with amazing videos on the official event site.
Be sure to watch the full broadcast of Red Bull Rampage 2015 on NBC on Dec. 27, 2015 at 3:00 p.m. ET as part of the Red Bull Signature Series.

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Red Bull Rampage 2015

The 10th edition of Red Bull Rampage returns with the world's best mountain bike riders.

United States

Thomas Genon

As an unknown teenager Thomas Genon won Red Bull Joyride, and now the Belgian is one of the world's best mountain bike slopestyle riders.

BelgiumBelgium

Brandon Semenuk

One of the best freeride mountain bikers ever, Brandon Semenuk is the most successful rider ever at both Red Bull Joyride and Red Bull Rampage.

CanadaCanada