RBX21 Mar 2

Race to Mt. Blanc - and back!

The new route for Red Bull X-Alps is finally revealed and it's no longer a race to Monaco but a race across the Alps - and back again. At 1,238km it's the longest route in the history of the world's toughest adventure race. It will see athletes race across Austria, Germany, Switzerland, France and Italy, before finishing in Zell am See, Austria, via 12 Turnpoints.

Check out all of the details on our website!

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Aaron Durogati (ITA) performs during Red Bull X-Alps in Lermoos, Austria on July 7th 2015 // Vitek Ludvik/Red Bull Content Pool // SI201507070536 // Usage for editorial use only //

12 Turnpoints in 5 countries

Here is everything you need to know about the Turnpoints in this year’s race. Which ones are the most remote and challenging to reach? Which ones require athletes to land and sign a board? And why tagging Mt. Blanc will be harder than in previous years.

Click below for the full lowdown on the route.

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Gavin Mcclurg (USA1) performs during the Red Bull X-Alps on Gaisberg, Austria on July 16, 2019

What do the athletes think?

Join us live on Instagram for a chat with Gavin McClurg (USA1) and Aaron Durogati (ITA1). It kicks off today at 17.30 (CET). They will share their thoughts about the route and what it means to finish in Zell am See with race reporter Tarquin Cooper.

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Athletes perform during the Red Bull X-Alps Start in Salzburg, Austria on June 16, 2019

Getting to know the rookies

How are the first-timers preparing for the world's toughest adventure race? We talked to Nicola Donini (ITA3), Dagfinn Graneng (NOR) and Antonio Filho (BRA) who are all taking part for the first time and discovered how their preparations are going.

Check out the whole story via the link below!

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