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Clock stops on Red Bull X-Alps 2023
The world’s toughest adventure race has finally come to an end. The clock officially stopped on the 2023 Red Bull X-Alps at 11:30am Friday June 23, just a few hours after Japanese athlete Emoto Yuji became the 23rd athlete to make goal. It’s been an historic and record-breaking edition of the race.
Yesterday, James Elliott (CAN) made it to goal, touching down on the rough waters of the lake at Zee am See at 19:00. He finished the Red Bull X-Alps in 11 days and seven hours and is the first Canadian who ever reached the finish line.
Tim Alongi (FRA4) and Tanguy Renaud-Goud (FRA5) were both rookies with totally different backgrounds, and during this year's race, they proved they have what it takes to be in the world's toughest adventure race.
Red Bull X-Alps is the world’s toughest adventure race. It’s difficult to think of another race that demands such high level of both physical and mental fitness of body and mind. If you no longer wish to receive these newsletter, you can unsubscribe at any time by contacting us or by clicking the unsubscribe link at the end of this newsletter.
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