RBC performs during the Red Bull X-Alps in St. Christoph, Austria on June 23, 2021.
Progress was proving to be challenging on Day 4. While Patrick von Känel and Chrigel Maurer reached Turnpoint 6, Säntis, first, other athletes still had to reach Turnpoint 5, Lermoos in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena.
Find out why yesterday was not a racy day on our website!
Maxime Pinot (FRA1) performing during the Red Bull X-Alps in Montafon / Austria on 23-June-2021. In this endurance adventure race athletes from 18 nations have to fly with paragliders or hike from Salzburg along the alps towards France, around the Mont Blanc back to Salzburg.
Highlight Gallery - Day 4
Check out the highlights from Day 4 on our website via the link below!
SUI1 performs during the Red Bull X-Alps in St. Christoph, Austria on June 23, 2021.
The art of hiking well
Just because it's raining does not mean you can stop moving forward in a race like the Red Bull X-Alps. In fact, this is where athletes can stretch ahead by a few precious miles or even overtake the athlete in front of them – by hiking hard for hours at a time.
Find out which athlete had the highest average hiking speed over the last few days via the link below!
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