Red Bull X-Alps 2011 – Day Nine – Video
- 26 JUL 2011
- About this Video
- Yesterday morning, current Red Bull X-Alps 2011 leader Christian Maurer rounded Mont Blanc, the seventh of the eight turnpoints and is on the home stretch to Monaco with only one turnpoint to go. Not far behind him, the battle for second rages between Romanian Toma Coconea and Austrian Paul Guschlbauer. In this video, we take a look at the ground support: the people without whom the athletes would not be able to reach their peak one day after the next – their team mates.
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