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- Despite a heart-stopping moment near the top of the course in Val d’Isère, Lindsey Vonn won the downhill race and the Super-Combined later in the weekend. The results took her to 36 World Cup wins, more than any other US skier before, and meant she is once again leading the overall World Cup rankings. “I love Val d'Isère, I've always had a good feeling here. It's always great to have a weekend like this, especially before Christmas,” Vonn said. “It gives me a lot of confidence going into the New Year. I'm really psyched to have the red bib back. It means a lot.”
BMX pro Anthony Napolitan pays a visit to the amazing Joyride 150 Bike Park near Toronto, Canada, with Drew Bezanson. The massive 90,000m2 area provides infinite possibilities for tricks and sick...
Antoine Montant killed in French Alps 24 Oct 2011
We lost one of the Red Bull family when French extreme sports star Antoine Montant was killed in a tragic accident at the weekend.
BMX action on a boat: Red Bull Bargespin 16 Feb 2011
A five-day journey, the world´s BMX elite with riders like Daniel Dhers, Terry Adams, or Anthony Napolitan, a floating BMX park, which makes his way through Florida´s intercoastal waterways: this is...
Dani Pedrosa: 'The feeling was very good' 7 Feb 2011
by Dani Pedrosa
In his first blog of the new season, Honda's MotoGP star Dani Pedrosa tells us how his preparations for the 2011 campaign have been going in the first test in Malaysia