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ICE CROSS DOWNHILL USA 2017-2018

Austria's Marco Dallago won the Red Bull Crashed Ice season opener in front of the Saint Paul Cathedral on Saturday, January 20, jumping from fourth place to first in a dramatic finish after the three leaders crashed in the world's fastest sport on skates. American Amanda Trunzo triumphed in the women's race. // Amanda Trunzo (winner) of the United States, Michaela Michaelson of the United States, Elaine Topolnisky of Canada and Tara Hunt of Canada compete during the finals of Women at the third stage of the ATSX Ice Cross Downhill World Championship at the Red Bull Crashed Ice in Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States on January 20, 2018. // Joerg Mitter / Red Bull Content Pool via AP Images // For more content, pictures and videos like this please go to http://www.redbullcontentpool.com

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ICE CROSS DOWNHILL USA 2017-2018

Austria's Marco Dallago won the Red Bull Crashed Ice season opener in front of the Saint Paul Cathedral on Saturday, January 20, jumping from fourth place to first in a dramatic finish after the three leaders crashed in the world's fastest sport on skates. American Amanda Trunzo triumphed in the women's race. // Scott Croxall of Canada and Marco Dallago of Austria (winner) compete during the finals at the third stage of the ATSX Ice Cross Downhill World Championship at the Red Bull Crashed Ice in Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States on January 20, 2018. // Ryan Taylor/Red Bull Content Pool via AP Images // For more content, pictures and videos like this please go to http://www.redbullcontentpool.com

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ICE CROSS DOWNHILL USA 2017-2018

Austria's Marco Dallago won the Red Bull Crashed Ice season opener in front of the Saint Paul Cathedral on Saturday, January 20, jumping from fourth place to first in a dramatic finish after the three leaders crashed in the world's fastest sport on skates. American Amanda Trunzo triumphed in the women's race. // Venue is seen at the third stage of the ATSX Ice Cross Downhill World Championship at the Red Bull Crashed Ice in Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States on January 20, 2018. // Balazs Gardi/Red Bull Content Pool via AP Images // For more content, pictures and videos like this please go to http://www.redbullcontentpool.com

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ICE CROSS DOWNHILL USA 2017-2018

Austria's Marco Dallago won the Red Bull Crashed Ice season opener in front of the Saint Paul Cathedral on Saturday, January 20, jumping from fourth place to first in a dramatic finish after the three leaders crashed in the world's fastest sport on skates. American Amanda Trunzo triumphed in the women's race. // Marco Dallago of Austria (winner, C) celebrates with Michael Iulianello of the United States (L) and Scott Croxall of Canada (R) during the Award Ceremony at the third stage of the ATSX Ice Cross Downhill World Championship at the Red Bull Crashed Ice in Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States on January 20, 2018. // Joerg Mitter / Red Bull Content Pool via AP Images // For more content, pictures and videos like this please go to http://www.redbullcontentpool.com

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ICE CROSS DOWNHILL USA 2017-2018

Austria's Marco Dallago won the Red Bull Crashed Ice season opener in front of the Saint Paul Cathedral on Saturday, January 20, jumping from fourth place to first in a dramatic finish after the three leaders crashed in the world's fastest sport on skates. American Amanda Trunzo triumphed in the women's race. // Amanda Trunzo of the United States celebrates after she won the finals of Women at the third stage of the ATSX Ice Cross Downhill World Championship at the Red Bull Crashed Ice in Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States on January 20, 2018. // Balazs Gardi/Red Bull Content Pool via AP Images // For more content, pictures and videos like this please go to http://www.redbullcontentpool.com

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MOTORSPORTS DAKAR RALLY/ARGENTINA

After 9,000km of brutal racing across Peru, Bolivia and Argentina the competitors finally crossed the finish line of the 2018 Dakar Rally in Córdoba. Carlos Sainz, Matthias Walkner, Ignacio Casale and Eduard Nikolaev all carried big leads heading into the final 120km special stage and were not to be denied. For Walkner it was a maiden victory, a second for Sainz and Casale while Nikolaev now has a hat-trick of truck titles. // [Carlos Sainz] (ESP) of Team Peugeot Total celebrates his win at the finish line of Rally Dakar 2018 in Córdoba, Argentina on January 20, 2018 // Marcelo Maragni/Red Bull Content Pool via AP Images // For more content, pictures and videos like this please go to http://www.redbullcontentpool.com

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MOTORSPORTS DAKAR RALLY/ARGENTINA

After 9,000km of brutal racing across Peru, Bolivia and Argentina the competitors finally crossed the finish line of the 2018 Dakar Rally in Córdoba. Carlos Sainz, Matthias Walkner, Ignacio Casale and Eduard Nikolaev all carried big leads heading into the final 120km special stage and were not to be denied. For Walkner it was a maiden victory, a second for Sainz and Casale while Nikolaev now has a hat-trick of truck titles. // [Matthias Walkner] (AUT) of Red Bull KTM Factory Team celebrates his win at the finish line of Rally Dakar 2018 in Córdoba, Argentina on January 20, 2018 // Marcelo Maragni/Red Bull Content Pool via AP Images // For more content, pictures and videos like this please go to http://www.redbullcontentpool.com

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MOTORSPORTS DAKAR RALLY/ARGENTINA

After 9,000km of brutal racing across Peru, Bolivia and Argentina the competitors finally crossed the finish line of the 2018 Dakar Rally in Córdoba. Carlos Sainz, Matthias Walkner, Ignacio Casale and Eduard Nikolaev all carried big leads heading into the final 120km special stage and were not to be denied. For Walkner it was a maiden victory, a second for Sainz and Casale while Nikolaev now has a hat-trick of truck titles. // [Eduard Nikolaev] (RUS) of Team KAMAZ-Master celebrates his win at the finish line of Rally Dakar 2018 in Córdoba, Argentina on January 20, 2018 // Marcelo Maragni/Red Bull Content Pool via AP Images // For more content, pictures and videos like this please go to http://www.redbullcontentpool.com

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MOTORSPORTS DAKAR RALLY/ARGENTINA

After 9,000km of brutal racing across Peru, Bolivia and Argentina the competitors finally crossed the finish line of the 2018 Dakar Rally in Córdoba. Carlos Sainz, Matthias Walkner, Ignacio Casale and Eduard Nikolaev all carried big leads heading into the final 120km special stage and were not to be denied. For Walkner it was a maiden victory, a second for Sainz and Casale while Nikolaev now has a hat-trick of truck titles.// [Ignacio Casale] (CHL) of Casale Motorsport is seen at the finish line of Rally Dakar 2018 in Córdoba, Argentina on January 20, 2018 // Marcelo Maragni/Red Bull Content Pool via AP Images // For more content, pictures and videos like this please go to http://www.redbullcontentpool.com

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MOTORSPORTS DAKAR RALLY/ARGENTINA

After 9,000km of brutal racing across Peru, Bolivia and Argentina the competitors finally crossed the finish line of the 2018 Dakar Rally in Córdoba. Carlos Sainz, Matthias Walkner, Ignacio Casale and Eduard Nikolaev all carried big leads heading into the final 120km special stage and were not to be denied. For Walkner it was a maiden victory, a second for Sainz and Casale while Nikolaev now has a hat-trick of truck titles. // [Carlos Sainz] (ESP) of Team Peugeot Total is seen at the finish line of Rally Dakar 2018 in Córdoba, Argentina on January 20, 2018 // Marcelo Maragni/Red Bull Content Pool via AP Images // For more content, pictures and videos like this please go to http://www.redbullcontentpool.com

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FIS ALPINE SKI MOTORSPORTS AUSTRIA

Under the eyes of some motorsports stars, Thomas Dressen won Kitzbuehel downhill on Saturday, January 20, taking his first career win on iconic Streif slope. It's been a great season for the German skier who took his first World Cup podium in the Beaver Creek downhill last December. He's now third in the downhill standings, directly behind Aksel Lund Svindal and Beat Feuz, and one point ahead of Kjetil Jansrud. // Pierre Gasly and Marc Márquez during the Hahnenkammrennen 2018 in Kitzbuehel, Austria on Jannuary 20, 2018 // Philip Platzer/Red Bull Content Pool via AP Images // For more content, pictures and videos like this please go to http://www.redbullcontentpool.com

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FIS ALPINE SKI MOTORSPORTS AUSTRIA

Under the eyes of some motorsports stars, Thomas Dressen won Kitzbuehel downhill on Saturday, January 20, taking his first career win on iconic Streif slope. It's been a great season for the German skier who took his first World Cup podium in the Beaver Creek downhill last December. He's now third in the downhill standings, directly behind Aksel Lund Svindal and Beat Feuz, and one point ahead of Kjetil Jansrud. // Dani Pedrosa, Marc Márquez and Pierre Gasly during the Hahnenkammrennen 2018 in Kitzbuehel, Austria on January 20, 2018 // Philip Platzer/Red Bull Content Pool via AP Images // For more content, pictures and videos like this please go to http://www.redbullcontentpool.com

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FIS ALPINE SKI MOTORSPORTS AUSTRIA

Under the eyes of some motorsports stars, Thomas Dressen won Kitzbuehel downhill on Saturday, January 20, taking his first career win on iconic Streif slope. It's been a great season for the German skier who took his first World Cup podium in the Beaver Creek downhill last December. He's now third in the downhill standings, directly behind Aksel Lund Svindal and Beat Feuz, and one point ahead of Kjetil Jansrud. // Bradley Smith, Sebastien Ogier, Dani Pedrosa, Pierre Gasly, Marc Márquez, Max Verstappen, Pol Espargaro, Brendon Hartley during the Hahnenkammrennen 2018 in Kitzbuehel, Austria on Jannuary 20, 2018 // Philip Platzer/Red Bull Content Pool via AP Images // For more content, pictures and videos like this please go to http://www.redbullcontentpool.com

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FIS ALPINE SKI MOTORSPORTS AUSTRIA

Under the eyes of some motorsports stars, Thomas Dressen won Kitzbuehel downhill on Saturday, January 20, taking his first career win on iconic Streif slope. It's been a great season for the German skier who took his first World Cup podium in the Beaver Creek downhill last December. He's now third in the downhill standings, directly behind Aksel Lund Svindal and Beat Feuz, and one point ahead of Kjetil Jansrud. // Max Verstappen during the Hahnenkammrennen 2018 in Kitzbuehel, Austria on Jannuary 20, 2018 // Philip Platzer/Red Bull Content Pool via AP Images // For more content, pictures and videos like this please go to http://www.redbullcontentpool.com

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FIS ALPINE SKI MOTORSPORTS AUSTRIA

Under the eyes of some motorsports stars, Thomas Dressen won Kitzbuehel downhill on Saturday, January 20, taking his first career win on iconic Streif slope. It's been a great season for the German skier who took his first World Cup podium in the Beaver Creek downhill last December. He's now third in the downhill standings, directly behind Aksel Lund Svindal and Beat Feuz, and one point ahead of Kjetil Jansrud. // Aksel Lund Svindal of Norway seen during the course inspection at the Hahnenkamm Rennen in Kitzbuhel, Austria on January 20, 2018 // Samo Vidic/Red Bull Content Pool via AP Images // For more content, pictures and videos like this please go to http://www.redbullcontentpool.com

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FIS ALPINE SKI MOTORSPORTS AUSTRIA

Under the eyes of some motorsports stars, Thomas Dressen won Kitzbuehel downhill on Saturday, January 20, taking his first career win on iconic Streif slope. It's been a great season for the German skier who took his first World Cup podium in the Beaver Creek downhill last December. He's now third in the downhill standings, directly behind Aksel Lund Svindal and Beat Feuz, and one point ahead of Kjetil Jansrud. // Thomas Dressen of Germany competes during the Hahnenkamm Rennen in Kitzbuhel, Austria on January 20, 2018 // Samo Vidic/Red Bull Content Pool via AP Images // For more content, pictures and videos like this please go to http://www.redbullcontentpool.com

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MOTORSPORTS DAKAR RALLY/ARGENTINA

Eduard Nikolaev (RUS) of Team KAMAZ-Master races during stage 13 of Rally Dakar 2018 from San Juan to Cordoba, Argentina on January 19, 2018. // Marcelo Maragni/Red Bull Content Pool via AP Images // For more content, pictures and videos like this please go to http://www.redbullcontentpool.com

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MOTORSPORTS DAKAR RALLY/ARGENTINA

Rider Toby Price led almost throughout the 424km special for his second victory in three days to consolidate his third position overall. Leader Matthias Walkner knew he had it all to lose so was in safety first mode as he bids for a first ever Dakar victory. The Austrian carries a 22-minute lead into Saturday's final stage. // Matthias Walkner (AUT) of Red Bull KTM Factory Team races during stage 13 of Rally Dakar 2018 from San Juan to Cordoba, Argentina on January 19, 2018. // Marcelo Maragni/Red Bull Content Pool via AP Images // For more content, pictures and videos like this please go to http://www.redbullcontentpool.com

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MOTORSPORTS DAKAR RALLY/ARGENTINA

Toyota driver Nasser Al-Attiyah raced to a second consecutive stage win but 13-time champion Stéphane Peterhansel crashed early in the stage, damaging his car and seeing his hopes all but fade away. Carlos Sainz finished 19 minutes back from Al-Attiyah and has just one more day to protect his comfortable lead. // Carlos Sainz (ESP) of Team Peugeot TOTAL races during stage 13 of Rally Dakar 2018 from San Juan to Cordoba, Argentina on January 19, 2018. // Flavien Duhamel/Red Bull Content Pool via AP Images // For more content, pictures and videos like this please go to http://www.redbullcontentpool.com

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MOTORSPORTS DAKAR RALLY/ARGENTINA

Toyota driver Nasser Al-Attiyah raced to a second consecutive stage win but 13-time champion Stéphane Peterhansel crashed early in the stage, damaging his car and seeing his hopes all but fade away. Carlos Sainz finished 19 minutes back from Al-Attiyah and has just one more day to protect his comfortable lead. // Nasser Al-Attiyah (QAT) of Toyota Gazoo Racing SA races during stage 13 of Rally Dakar 2018 from San Juan to Cordoba, Argentina on January 19, 2018. // Flavien Duhamel/Red Bull Content Pool via AP Images // For more content, pictures and videos like this please go to http://www.redbullcontentpool.com

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MOTORSPORTS DAKAR RALLY/ARGENTINA

Rider Toby Price led almost throughout the 424km special for his second victory in three days to consolidate his third position overall. Leader Matthias Walkner knew he had it all to lose so was in safety first mode as he bids for a first ever Dakar victory. The Austrian carries a 22-minute lead into Saturday's final stage. // Toby Price (AUS) of Red Bull KTM Factory Team races during stage 13 of Rally Dakar 2018 from San Juan to Cordoba, Argentina on January 19, 2018. // Flavien Duhamel/Red Bull Content Pool via AP Images // For more content, pictures and videos like this please go to http://www.redbullcontentpool.com

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