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Red Bull X-Alps 2019 Race Report: Day 4
It is the second time that Pinot has started the day alongside Maurer only to fall behind in the air. It would seem his only chance is for Maurer to make a mistake, something increasingly unlikely as the multiple champion enters home turf. Click below to see the summary of all the action and highlights of Day 4!
Aaron Durogati (ITA1) hikes during the Red Bull X-Alps above Tarrenz, Austria on June 19, 2019.
Red Bull X-Alps 2019 - Day 4 Highlight Gallery
There are days in the Red Bull X-Alps that are impossible to predict – and are sheer joy to follow online or on the ground – and this was one of them. Click below to see all the amazing highlights from Day 4!
Maxime Pinot (FRA4) right on the heels of five-time champion Christian Chrigel Maurer (SUI1). The French athlete landed second at Turnpoint 6. Missed Facebook Live from Davos, Switzerland? Click below to re-watch!
Maxime Pinot (FRA4) and Christian Maurer (SUI1) race during the Red Bull X-Alps in Ahrntal, Italy on June 18, 2019.
Red Bull X-Alps 2019 - Day 4 Recap
The Red Bull X-Alps today entered Davos, Switzerland. The Swiss mountain resort may be better known as the gathering place of world leaders. But from today it welcomes the world’s top adventure athletes swooping in under human power. Click below to read the full recap of Day 4.
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