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Xiaomi signs up to Red Bull X-Alps

We are happy to announce that the global technology leader Xiaomi will support this year's edition and every athlete will be supplied with a Redmi Note 10 5G. With its long lasting battery (up to two days) it's ideal for when athletes are in the mountains for long hours at a time.

Hit the link to see Thomas Friedrich testing his Redmi Note 10 5G!

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Maxime Pinots (FRA4) finishes the Red Bull X-Alps in Monaco, France on June 26, 2019

The supporters behind the champions

One is a psychologist, mountain guide and founder of a coaching method for elite athletes and business professionals. Another is a former paragliding world champion. We talk to the supporters of Chrigel Maurer and Maxime Pinot.

Click below to find out what it means to be a supporter in the world's toughest adventure race and why they play a key role!

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Paul Guschlbauer (AUT1) races during the Red Bull X-Alps next to Mont Blanc, France on June 23, 2019.

How are athletes training

There are just over five weeks to go until the start of the Red Bull X-Alps on June 20th. What are athletes doing to prepare for the epic adventure? That’s what we wanted to know. Their activities may surprise you…

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Aaron Durogati (ITA1) is getting last checks before the start of the Red Bull X-Alps in Flumet, France on June 24, 2019

The athlete's training secret

When it comes to training, it’s all about balancing the yin and the yang. You can run up hills, pump iron and swing kettlebells as hard as you like, but it counts for nothing without a proper rest and recovery program, explains race partner Blackroll.

Why these days, it’s all about your fascia.

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