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These are the female athletes
Who will win the battle for best female athlete in the Red Bull X-Alps 2021? This year sees not only the highest number of female entries but the most impressive contenders. For more information on Kinga Masztalerz (NZL2), Laurie Genovese (FRA4) and Yael Margelisch (SUI4) and their previous competition results hit the link below!
Ferdinand van Schelven (NED) performs during the Red Bull X-Alps in Lermoos, Austria on July 6th, 2017
After sitting out the last edition of the Red Bull X-Alps, Ferdinand van Schelven (NED) is returning in 2021. He told us why he's decided to return and why this year everything is going to be different. From his new training schedule to his updated personal goals, Ferdy shared it all with us!
Red Bull X-Alps 2021 will be Théo de Blic's first appearance in the world's toughest adventure race. Back in October, on the exact day we announced the athletes, the French rookie suffered a collapse just after take off in Turkey, resulting in a broken hip and broken ribs. We sat down with Théo and talked all things Red Bull X-Alps.
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