Courtesy of Red Bull Team USA ski jumper, Sarah Hendrickson, soared above the White Mountains to celebrate the awakening of the ‘Sleeping Giant’, a nickname for the Nansen Ski Jump located in Milan, New Hampshire. Constructed in 1936 and home Continue reading Ski Jumper Sarah Hendrickson Takes Flight on the Sleeping Giant
Courtesy of Red Bull Newsroom Exclusive blog sees Austrian reflect on how he won a sixth World Cup title. Hi guys, As I have said again and again in recent weeks, before the races in Kranjska Gora I did my Continue reading Marcel Hirscher blog: Champion
Courtesy of Red Bull Newsroom American second behind Goggia in 2018 PyeongChang Games test event. Lindsey Vonn was just edged out by in-form Italian Sofia Goggia in the downhill test event for next year’s Winter Games in South Korea. The Continue reading Vonn excels in downhill test
Courtesy of Red Bull Newsroom After setting a world record for skiing backwards at 130km/h, Elias Ambühl shifts his sights. Elias Ambühl may lay claim to one of the more unusual world records – for skiing backwards at over 130km/h Continue reading Ambühl chases X Games glory
Courtesy of Red Bull Newsroom The brutal training regime behind Iivo Niskanen’s World Championships gold. Iivo Niskanen ran through swamps, averaged 900 hours of exercise a year over a two-year period and all for a 36 minute and 44 second Continue reading From swamp to snow
Courtesy of Red Bull Every son knows that being late for mother’s lunch is never an option. While many would simply make up the most foolish excuse possible, call our mom and beg for forgiveness, Filip Flisar has his own Continue reading Skier Filip Flisar Charges Through Town with a Jetpack!
Courtesy of Red Bull 19 year old Austrian Lukas Müllauer stepped out his front door (the dude lives next door to the setup!) and dropped into the Red Bull Playstreets course to throw down a victory lap 3rd place run Continue reading Lukas Müllauer’s 3rd Place Run from Red Bull Playstreets 2017