Cliff diving is considered to be the acrobatic perfection of diving into water from heights ranging between 23 to 28 meters for men and 18 to 23 meters for women. The athletes have approximately three seconds to coordinate their forms and movements before they hit the surface of the water at around 100km/h.
Take some of the best and toughest ice-hockey players in the world, a sizzling atmosphere, stunning surroundings, tonnes of steel, a huge cooling system and thousands of square metres of frozen water. The result? Red Bull Crashed Ice!
Three continents, six countries, 170,000 spectators and 1,130 jumps. The second year of the “Red Bull X-Fighters World Tour“ in 2008 marked a milestone in the history of freestyle motocross. The World Tour became the sport’s undisputed Number One event last year. There will be new highlights in 2009: stops in Calgary and London.
The Red Bull Air Race World Championship features the world’s best race pilots in a motor sports competition that combines speed, precision and skill. Using the fastest, most agile and lightweight racing planes, pilots navigate a low-level aerial track made up of air-filled pylons, flying at speeds reaching 370 km/h (230 mph) while withstanding forces of up to 12G.