Red Bull X-Alps
Red Bull X-Alps

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The craziest moments of the race

From encounters with predators to cheering fans, we put together some of the wildest moments from Red Bull X-Alps 2023 – with a few other stories you probably didn’t know about. Click below to get some of the wildest stories from this year's race!

Sepp Inniger (SUI4) performs during the Red Bull X-Alps in Chamonix, France on June 15th, 2023

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Rookies Recap

We speak to three rookies to hear how their Red Bull X-Alps 2023 went, what they learnt, what they’d do differently – and whether they’d do it again. Reto Reiser, Rich Binstead and Sepp Inniger reveal all.

James Eliot (CAN) performs during the Red Bull X-Alps on Monte Nuvolau (2574 m) in Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy on June 20th, 2023

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James' highs and lows

He is the first Canadian to make goal, reaching Zell am See in 11 days and 7 hours – and unlike many other finishers, this was terrain he was flying for the first time! Below, James Elliott shares his high and low moments from the race, and why he’s not sure about a return in 2025.  

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