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Red Bull Ragnarok 2018 – Close win in demanding 9th Ragnarok

After four hours of kiting in the ninth edition of Red Bull Ragnarok, Florian Gruber of Germany secured the victory with a margin of just two minutes down to last year’s winner and fellow German Felix Kersten. In the difficult wind conditions, only three out of the 350 kiters completed all 105 km within the time limit. More than 350 kiters from 30 nations all around the world had come to Hardangervidda, Norway to battle through 105 km of kiting on skis and snowboard within a time limit of five hours. Even though this year’s course was almost 30 kilometers shorter than last year’s, the changing and challenging wind made it a hard race on the sunny mountain plateau. After four hours and one minute, Florian Gruber crossed the finish line as the overall winner and winner of the men’s ski category, just two minutes ahead of last year’s winner Felix Kersten. This is Gruber’s second win, he also took home the victory in 2016. © KYLE MEYR / RED BULL CONTENT POOL “Amazing, I think this is the hardest time, it’s my third time competing here, and for sure the hardest one. We had at first good wind, smaller …


Laci Kobulsky – 2017 Montage

Watch 8 and a half minutes of pure action on water and snow, with Laci Kobulsky in front and behind the camera. This is the 2017 montage of his best moments! Enjoy. Riders & Friends in Videos – Matej Anderko, Alby Rondina, Matthias Lancsar, Paula Novotna, Aaron Hadlow, Agata Dobrynszka, Hannah Bessinger, Liloo Fouree, Marco Koeppel, Rado Dubovy & Laci Kobulsky.

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