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Fast, faster, the fastest: these spectacular photos of the month are all about speed

Top flight

Dachstein, Austria

Before the Red Bull Air Race World Championship stop in Austria in September 2015, local hero Hannes Arch (right) and Frenchman Nicolas Ivanoff (left) took US pilot Kirby Chambliss for a sightseeing tour in the Alps. Considering their top speed of 370kph, the three pilots arguably managed the quickest ascent of the Dachstein ever. 

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Dry run

dry run


Dubai, UAE

With a motto of ‘go big or go home’, pro skateboarder Alex Sorgente definitely practised what he preaches at the Aquaventure waterpark at Atlantis, The Palm in Dubai. The Aquaconda waterslide had been drained, and the 18-year-old Italian took the opportunity to be the first to skate its steep face.

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Mean streets

mean streets

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ValparaÍso, Chile

Red Bull Varapaíso Cerro Abajo is an extreme and spectacular urban mountain-bike downhill race. Starting in the hills of the Chilean harbour town, the pros speed down steep stairways and narrow roads towards the Pacific Ocean. Typical local obstacles like this freight container, pictured, provide extra thrills.

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dusi power

dusi power

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Inanda Dam, South Africa

Choppy waters and punishing headwinds often combine to make Inanda Dam one of the major challenges of the Dusi canoe marathon. Roll all three stages of the world’s toughest canoe marathon into one and you have the Non-Stop Dusi, the ultimate river race of attrition.

KwaZulu-Natal local Sbonelo Khwela made short work of the Inanda flat water, finishing third in the 2016 Dusi (a K2 race this year) and then taking a hugely impressive fifth Non-Stop Dusi victory in a K1 two weeks later.

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05 2016 The Red Bulletin

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