Chrigel Maurer (SUI1) began hiking up the Turnpoint 13, Drei Zinnen (also known as Tre Cime), at around 6am. According to Chrigel, he wanted to hike the 2km route, tag the Turnpoint and then glide down to Turnpoint 14, Sexten-Dolomites. Well, by 8am he’d managed to do just that.
Eli Egger AUT4) had another big day. By tagging Turnpoint 9, Mont Blanc, and Turnpoint 10, Col du Petit Saint-Bernard she’s become one of the only female athletes to ever take a turn around Western Europe’s tallest mountain in the history of the Red Bull X-Alps.
Yesterday's weather conditions were changing the plans of every athlete. Changing plans to match the conditions can be critical for safety and for your position in the race. Click below to find out more!
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