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Participant flies during the Red Bull X-Alps preparations in Mayrhofen, Austria on june 03, 2019
Red Bull X-Alps 2019 Race Report: Day 3
One thing that is not in doubt: this race is utterly gripping. The pace is relentless. The race could barely be closer with just three minutes separating them after three days of racing. Get ready for the hightlights of Day 3!
Facebook LIVE - Day 3: Chrigel Maurer wins Salewa Trophy
Chrigel Maurer (SUI1) touches down at Kronplatz, Italy and takes the Salwa Trophy with him to Lermoos - Tiroler Zugspitz Arena. Did you miss watching the five-time champion being the first athlete at Turnpoint 4? Click below to re-watch!
Tobias Grossrubatscher (ITA2) launches during the Red Bull X-Alps in Aschau im Chiemgau, Germany on June 17, 2019
Red Bull X-Alps 2019 - Day 3 Recap
Pinot (FRA4) recovers to catch up with Maurer (SUI1). It’s neck and neck at the front with the veteran five-time champion up against the young French rookie flying in the tricolour. Click below to read the full recap from Day 3!
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