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Paul Guschlbauer (AUT1) races during the Red Bull X-Alps next to Mont Blanc, France on June 23, 2019.
Red Bull X-Alps 2019 Race Report: Day 8
As the final hours approach on Day 8 of the 2019 race, Maurer looks almost certain to claim his sixth consecutive victory. Can Chrigel still be caught by his chasers? Click below to watch the highlights of Day 8!
Manuel Nübel (GER1) hikes during the Red Bull X-Alps at Turnpoint 7, Switzerland on June 22, 2019
Red Bull X-Alps 2019 - Day 8 Highlight Gallery Hiking
For three days they’ve hiked thousands of kilometers and pushed through pain barriers they never thought imaginable. They’ve marched through rain, snowstorms and hiked through mud and snow alike. Click below to see the best hiking images of Day 8!
Christian Maurer (SUI1) seen during the Red Bull X-Alps in Champery in Switzerland on June 21, 2019
Red Bull X-Alps 2019 - Day 8 Recap
When Christian Maurer won his first Red Bull X-Alps in 2009, Patrick von Känel was 14 years old. For 10 years he’s been winning this race and his long his reign of supremacy shows absolutely no sign of ending any time soon. Click below to read the full recap of Day 8!
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