Billed as the world’s toughest relay race, the annual Red Bull Dolomitenmann took place for the 24th time in Lienz, Austria, over the weekend. Team Robotunits beat Kolland Topsport, whose team has won the last four events, into second place.
110 teams took part in the race, that’s 440 athletes representing four sports: mountain running, paragliding, kayaking and mountain biking. The 60 km route had a total height gain of 6,700m.
Italian Markus Prantl of team Robotunits was the quickest paraglider pilot.
Azarya Weldemariam (ER) – running
Markus Prantl (IT) – paragliding
Gerhard Schmid AT – kayaking
Hannes Pallhuber (IT) – biking
2. Kolland Topsport Kleine Zeitung
Jonathan Wyatt (NZ)
Christian Amon (AT)
Lukas Kubrican (CZ)
Johnny Cattaneo (IT)
3. Alpine Pro
Jiri Magal (CZ)
Jan Skrabalek (CZ)
Kamil Mruzek (CZ)
Robert Norotny (CZ)
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