The Red Bull X-Alps 2013 is to be the biggest yet, with organisers announcing that the route is now more than 1,000km long as the crow flies.
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Nick Warren, communications manager for the Red Bull X-Alps in 2011, relives the decade-long history of the world’s toughest adventure race
Red Bull X-Alps athlete Jon Chambers has written a book about his experience of competing in the 2011 race. As his thoughts turn towards this year’s race, we asked him about it
Organisers of the Red Bull X-Alps have announced a new rule that will allow athletes to race through the night.
Organisers of the Red Bull X-Alps have announced that Australia’s Lloyd Pennicuik has withdrawn from this year’s race. First time athlete Michal Krysta will take his place.
Chrigel Maurer and Thomas Theurillat give a TEDxZurich talk on taking part in the Red Bull X-Alps.
Champion paraglider pilot Chrigel Maurer announces his move from Advance to Ozone
The deadline to apply for next year’s Red Bull X-Alps is looming. Organisers sent out a press release today…
The Red Bull X-Alps is back! Applications opened today. Changes include new rules about equipment: everything has to be certified. A rule extending the mandatory rest period to six and a half hours, plus…
The 2013 edition of the 864km Red Bull X-Alps paragliding hike and fly race will see new equipment regulations and longer rest periods each night.
Six pilots have won the opportunity to hike and fly with Red Bull X-Alps athlete Paul Guschlbauer, through a competition organised by Skywalk
Martin Muller won the XC Open in Portugal with a 225km best flight
Exclusive interview with Chrigel Maurer and Thomas Theurillat immediately after they won the Red Bull X-Alps 2011
The Red Bull X-Alps 2011 started on 17 July. Join us as we watch the thirty athletes make their way across the Alps by foot and paraglider.
2011 Red Bull X-Alps blasts off on Sunday 17 July for 30 of the fittest para-athletes in the world
There are only five days to go until the start of the fifth edition of the Red Bull X-Alps. The advances in paraglider technology mean the equipment used in 2011 is very different to that used in the first race, back in 2003.
X-Alps star suffers back injury after accident in Alps
Thomas Hofbauer wins first 2011 Bordairline adventure race
Oriol Fernandez will replace Ramon Morillas in the X-Alps this summer