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Red Bull X-Alps 2019 Race Report: Day 1 - Start
See the exciting action from the start of the race. The first leg of the world’s toughest adventure race, from the centre of Salzburg to the 1,288m summit of Gaisberg, is just 5km, but the athletes must ascend 858m to the turnpoint and their first opportunity to take to the air. Click below to watch the highlights from the start of Red Bull X-Alps 2019.
The Red Bull X-Alps 2019 has begun. The 32 athletes, from 20 countries, set off on foot at 11.30am from Salzburg’s historic Mozartplatz, headed for Turnpoint 1 Gaisberg. Couldn't make it to Mozartplatz or Gaisberg? Click below to see the highlights!
Benoit Outters (FRA1) hikes during the Red Bull X-Alps in Salzburg, Austria on June 16, 2019
Red Bull X-Alps 2019 - Day 1 recap
Hundreds of spectators and fans were rewarded with incredible scenes on top of the Gaisberg today, as one after another, athletes unfurled their paragliders and took to the skies at the start of their epic journey to Monaco. Click below to read the full recap of Day 1.
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