Huge Airs And Broken Bones At Redbull Dreamline



Today on Skuff we are checking out some BMX madness at this years Red Bull Dreamline course.
Aussie Corey Bohan, Ryan Nyquist and a schwag of other riders hit up a course that is bigger and better than last year which also means some bigger and better slams.
Wildcard took the win with a massive 360 bar spin to double tail whip, with TJ Ellis in second and Kyle Baldock in third.

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Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series 2016 – Best Moments – Texas, USA


Australian wildcard and World Series debutante, Rhiannan Iffland, thrilled the crowds in Texas, USA on Saturday as she put in a magical diving display from 20m and upset the odds with a stunning victory. In an equally dramatic men's event, it was Mexico's Jonathan Paredes who delivered a close to perfect dive to take the top spot ahead of Brit Blake Aldridge and Czech Michal Navratil from the 27.5m platform. Two-time Texas winner Gary Hunt could not complete his hat trick of wins here despite performing the world's most difficult dive.

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Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series 2015 – Teaser – Polignano a Mare, Italy



While Polignano a Mare is the penultimate stop for the men’s 2015 World Series, where a tight battle for the top overall places will continue, for the female cliff divers this beautiful town in southern Italy will see the crowning of a champion. After the women’s first 20m off-the-cliff competition in Azores, wildcard Cesilie Carlton and fellow American Rachelle Simpson are tied in first place – everything will be decided in the women’s season final. The heat is on in the men’s category after Mexico’s Jonathan Paredes engraved his name onto the elite list of competition winners in the previous stop, breaking Gary Hunt’s winning streak from almost three times the Olympic height. Only one point behind Colombian legend Orlando Duque in the overall standings, the 26-year-old is encouraged to step it up once again approaching the business end of the year.
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Red Bull Rampage 2013 – Mike Hopkins



Hopkins survived one of the gnarliest Rampage crashes ever in 2012, returning in 2013 to land it.
The athletes at Red Bull Rampage have only a few days to conceive, construct and execute a unique line down the mountain; in fact, it’s often the case that they haven’t ridden their full line in one shot until the competition is underway.

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