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  1. Two pro Dutch kitesurfers, Lasse Walker and Steven Akkersdijk, go snowkiting for the first time during the world's most extreme snowkite event.
  2. 2019 Red Bull Ragnarok

    World’s toughest snowkiting race fills frozen plateau with colour. Red Bull Ragnarok returns to Norway’s stunning Hardangervidda for a 10th time. 1). Participants at the start during the Red Bull Ragnarok in Hardangervidda, Norway on Saturday 6 April, 2019 Photographer Credit: Ydwer van der Heide / Red Bull Content Pool The skies above the starkly beautiful wilderness of Hardangervidda were once again filled with hundreds of kites as 250 participants from 30 different nations tackled the gruelling five-lap course. Competitors took on the challenge on either skis or snowboards, with only the very hardiest managing to overcome the changeable wind conditions to go the full distance. 2). Participant performs during the Red Bull Ragnarok in Hardangervidda, Norway on Saturday 6 April, 2019 Photographer Credit: Ydwer van der Heide / Red Bull Content Pool The world’s biggest snowkite race, Red Bull Ragnarok is held in Hardangervidda, the largest mainland national park in Scandinavia. Participants attempt to use kite power alone to complete five laps of the course in the shortest possible time. The race format is a mass start and the kiters then have a five-hour time limit to finish the course. 3). Bruce Kessler performs during the Red Bull Ragnarok in Hardangervidda, Norway on Saturday 5 April, 2019 Photographer Credit: Ydwer van der Heide / Red Bull Content Pool Winner of the men’s ski category was Felix Kersten of Germany, who crossed the line in 3h 10m to claim his third title and his first since 2017. Speaking after the race, Kersten said: “This year's race was quite tough, because after the first round the wind died completely and we had to walk a little bit. I was in front, but I saw everyone was catching up to me and I lost a little bit. In the second lap I overtook them again, and from this point I was in the lead and I took it o the end!” 4). Participant performs during the Red Bull Ragnarok in Hardangervidda, Norway on Friday 5 April, 2019 Photographer Credit: Ydwer van der Heide / Red Bull Content Pool There was a familiar face at the top of the women’s ski podium: Steph Bridge of the UK won her fifth consecutive title and crossed the finish line for the very first time. She completed the course in 4h 45m. Bruce Kessler took the men’s snowboard win with a time of 3h 23m. The 19-year-old from Switzerland had previously won silver here on skis, but this was his first title. The women’s snowboard was won by Aija Ambrasa from Latvia. She came close to finishing four laps and claimed the gold ahead of Norwegians Kirsti Henriksen and Sigrid K. Gaup Aamot. 5). Participants perform during the Red Bull Ragnarok in Hardangervidda, Norway on Saturday 5 April, 2019 Photographer Credit: Ydwer van der Heide / Red Bull Content Pool The event name is inspired by Norse mythology, where Ragnarök is the final battle between good and evil. In 2016 only 25 out of 350 kiters completed all five laps (100 km). In 2017 only eight out of 350 kiters completed all five laps (130 km). In 2018 only three out of 350 completed all five laps (105 km). This year saw 13 of out of 250 complete all five laps (105km). 6). Participants perform at Red Bull Ragnarok in Haugastol, Norway on April 6, 2019. Photographer Credit: Mats Grimsæth / Red Bull Content Pool Red Bull Ragnarok 2019 results: Men’s ski Felix Kersten (GER) Dmytro Yasnolobov (UKR) Daniel Riegler (AUT) Men’s snowboard Bruce Kessler (SUI) Peter Martel (CAN) Christian Labbe (CAN) Women’s ski Steph Bridge (GBR) Jennie Milton (AUS) Lorenza Malaguti (CAN) Women’s snowboard Ajja Ambrasa (LAT) Kirsti Henriksen (NOR) Sigrid K. Gaup Aamot (NOR) 7). Kersten Felix celebrate after winning the Red Bull Ragnarok in Haugastol, Norway on April 6, 2019. Photographer Credit: Mats Grimsæth / Red Bull Content Pool by: redbullcontentpool
  3. NøWay - Leaving the Main Road

    Even if you understand clearly only 30% of today's video, guess the other 30% and don't understand the last 30% at all, ' NøWay' is a position that can't be walked by unnoticed.
  4. This year's winter is getting closer and closer so it's high time we posted videos with loads of white fluffy snow and red noses. We're starting with 'May the Wind Be with You' video where 4 friends, Sebastian Bubmann, Maxi Kühnhauser, Tobi Deckert i Philipp Kuchelmeister, will present their great Norwegian adventure to us.
  5. Fjord Kiting in Sunnmøre

  6. Snowkite Expedition Norway

  7. Red Bull Ragnarok 2017

    Red Bull Ragnarok 2017 took place in Hardangervidda, Norway, last weekend. It was the 7th edition of the event, which is one of the most difficult kiting challenges. 350 contestants from 29 countries participated. This year, the contestants were to surf the longest distance in the history of the event - 130 km/s divided into 5 laps, 26 km/s each. It wasn`t only the distance that beat a record this year. Also, only 8 contestants finished the race and it was the lowest number in history. Felix Kersten, a skier from Germany, won the competition. 1). Venue of Red Bull Ragnarok in Haugastol, Norway on April 1, 2017 @ Mats Grimsæth / Red Bull Content Pool 2). Felix Kersten, winner ski poses for a portrait at Red Bull Ragnarok in Haugastol, Norway April 1, 2017 @ Daniel Tengs/Red Bull Content Pool 3). Jonas Lengwiler, winner snowboard poses for a portrait at Red Bull Ragnarok in Haugastol, Norway on April 1, 2017 @ Daniel Tengs/Red Bull Content Pool Results: Men Ski 1. Felix Kersten (Germany) 2. Bruce Kessler (Switzerland) 3. Dominik Zimmermann (Germany) 4). Felix Kersten, Bruce Kessler and Dominik Zimmermann celebrate on the podium after Red Bull Ragnarok in Haugastol, Norway on April 1, 2017 @ Daniel Tengs/Red Bull Content Pool Men Snowboard 1. Jonas Lengwiler (Switzerland) 2. Sigve Botnen (Norway) 3. Miroslav Schutz (Czech Republic) 5). Jonas Lengwiler, Sigve Botnen and Miroslav Schutz celebrate on the podium after Red Bull Ragnarok in Haugastol, Norway on April 1, 2017 @ Daniel Tengs/Red Bull Content Pool Women Ski 1. Stephanie Bridge (Great Britain) 2. Camilla Ringvold (Norway) 3. Camilla Nore (Norway) 6). Stephanie Bridge, Camilla Ringvold and Camilla Nore celebrate on the podium after Red Bull Ragnarok in Haugastol, Norway on April 1, 2017 @ Daniel Tengs/Red Bull Content Pool Women Snowboard 1. Aija Ambrasa (Latvia) 2. Iris Straume (Norway) 3. Marie-Eve Mayrand (Canada) 7). Winners Aija Ambrasa, Iris Straume and Marie-Eve Mayrand celebrate on the podium after Red Bull Ragnarok in Haugastol, Norway on April 1, 2017 @ Daniel Tengs/Red Bull Content Pool Highlights of the 2017 Red Bull Ragnarok
  8. It's really rare that we have something extraordinary to show you. Today's video is THAT kind of video, that's why we're breaking our own rule and this film, which lasts for just a little longer than a minute, is going straight to our main page. Watch Kari Schibevaag kiteboarding under the Northern Lights.
  9. Arctic Winter

  10. Vidda

  11. Vidda

    In the below movie you won't see the sun, golden sand or blue ocean waters and the rider isn't wearing a scanty bikini but you'll still watch it hypnotized till the last shot - it's the inimitable charm of northern Europe. Check out the summer session in Norway, starring Malin Amle. A different kind of kiteboarding video starring Malin Amle, created by the Norwegian photographer Håkon Mæland. Experience the breath taking landscape in Norway by summer time and view kiteboard action around in the gorgeous mountain plateau Hardangervidda in Norway.
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