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Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series 2015 – Teaser – Azores, Portugal

Four stops, four victories – that’s Gary Hunt’s immaculate record at the midway point of the 2015 World Series season. The ‘Brilliant Brit’ has constantly increased the level of cliff diving complexity and difficulty, reaching new heights. With the next stop in the Azores archipelago, however, the sport not only returns to its purest form with 27m dives directly of the cliff face, but also to the location where the 31-year-old missed out on the final in the previous visit.  Could difficult circumstances for the success-spoiled Hunt open the door for his competitors? Colombia’s Orlando Duque, his closest rival, or fellow Brit Blake Aldridge, the owner of the world’s hardest dive, are more than ready to hit the podium’s top spot. America’s Steven LoBue secured the trophy in 2014 – will 2015 see a new winner’s face? Definitely new will be the winner of the women’s competition, as the unique volcanic archipelago is the venue for the ladies for the first time. Can reigning champion Rachelle Simpson prolong her winning streak? © Red Bull Media House

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Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series 2015 – Action Clip – Cartagena, Colombia

It was a season-start in style for four-time World Series champion Gary Hunt, who dominated the first competition of the 2015 season in Colombia’s Cartagena, making it his 20th victory in seven years of the World Series. The Brit's haul of 526.20 points is his second-highest score to date, and just 0.20 points short of his personal best. 30,000 vocal spectators cheered their local hero Orlando Duque (477.60pts) to a podium finish from the 27m-platform on the Centro de Convenciones and secured the Colombian the best start to a season for three years. Secondplaced David Colturi, from the USA, gave another very strong performance plunging into the year with a new personal best (493.80pts). © Red Bull Media House  

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ENGADINSNOW 2015 FWQ - Spectacular run of Ivan Malakhov

Ivan Malakhov won the freeride contest with this spectacular run.

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Snow Epic 2015 – Fatbike Winterfestival – Stage 2 – Uphill

Tomi Misser of Spain had won Thursday’s opening race in style but slipped to third in Friday's ascent of the Brunni as Switzerland’s Silvio Büsser took the win at high altitude. Another Spaniard, Ibon Zugasti, finished second.

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WSF WORLD ROOKIE FEST 2015 – Livigno, Italy – Overall Recap

Ten years now and the biggest edition ever: with 151 riders from 18 nations, divided into the 4 categories Rookie and Grom both Female and Male

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Surfing - Proyecto Sofia Mulanovich – Episode 2

Sofia Mulanovich, the first Peruvian surfer who won the ASP World Tour (2004) and the first South American who gained the World Title (2004), creates now together with Swatch a Surf Academy for young Peruvian surf talents in Punta Hermosa, Peru.

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WSF World Rookie Fest 2015 – Livigno, Italy – Overall Recap

Ten years now and the biggest edition ever: with 151 riders from 18 nations, divided into the 4 categories Rookie and Grom both Female and Male


Kaunertal Opening 2014 – Best of Sports

Saturday at the 29th Kaunertal Opening 2014, the second day of the opening with a lot of sport highlights and side events. The Pro Contest was full of elite riders and local heroes. The battle for the 9200 USD price money was on an unbelievable high level. With regards to the Pro Contest: Three time Kaunertal Opening winner Eric Beauchemin (USA) made it once more on top of the podium in the snowboard category. Followed by the top rider Kalle Ohlson (SWE) in second. Elena Koenz (SUI) took first place in the snowboard category of the women. In the Freeski category Hall Alex (USA) ended up on a well-deserved first place right in front of Markus Obwaller (AUT). Lisa Zimmermann (GER) showed impressive skills and secured the first place in the women category.

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