Elisabeth Egger (AUT4) entered the history books on Wednesday by becoming the first woman ever to complete the Red Bull X-Alps. The 28-year-old Austrian rookie made her final touch down after racing for ten days and five hours.
It was the start of day four and Paul Guschlbauer (AUT2) was in 13th place. He said: “I messed up the first day, that was the problem. I made a little mistake and that was not good.” But the day he was about to have would make up for it.
Following the Red Bull X-Alps on the Live Tracking is exciting, but sometimes it's hard to understand why athletes make decisions that seem illogical to us watching from home. Why did an athlete turn around instead of flying toward the Turnpoint? Click below to get the answer to this and more questions!
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