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Red Bull X-Alps 2019 Race Report: Day 6
Having been going six days, athletes are now beginning to hurt. “The suffering starts now,” says race co-founder Ulrich Grill. For some, it’s probably already begun. Click below to watch all the action and highlights of Day 6!
Red Bull X-Alps 2019 - Day 6 Highlight Gallery Flying
Hike and fly. That’s what this race is all about. It’s what the late Hannes Arch envisioned when he came up with the idea for the Red Bull X-Alps almost 20 years ago. Click below to see the best of flying shots from Day 6!
Facebook LIVE - Day 6: Aaron Durogati summiting and taking off from Mount Titlis
Aaron Durogati (ITA1) arrives at Turnpoint 7 of the race and takes off in spectacular way. Next Turnpoint... Eiger, Switzerland. Did you miss watching the Italian athlete in action on Facebook Live? Click below to re-watch!
Today, on Titlis, that’s exactly what fans, supporters (and a few bemused tourists) got to witness – athletes hiking up the glacier, and then launching into one of most dramatic landscapes of the Alps, the Bernese Oberland. Read the full recap of Day 6 by clicking below!
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