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ST. JOHANN IN TYROL (Austria)
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Braydon Meyer, a 20-year-old Australian, upset seven-time world champion Jason Wynyard of New Zealand to win the prestigious “Stihl Timbersports Champions Trophy” afte...
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MOUNTAIN VIEW, California (USA)
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KALAELOA, HAWAII (United States)
Solar Impulse 2 (Si2), a solar-powered airplane, resumed its record-breaking round-the-world flight on Thursday, April 21. Swiss pilot Bertrand Piccard lifted off from Hawaii’s Kalaeloa airport at 06:15 a.m. local time on a non-stop three day flight expected to cover about 4,089 kilometers / 2,540 miles to San Francisco.
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KALAELOA, HAWAII (United States)
Solar Impulse 2 (Si2), the solar-powered airplane able to fly all day and all night without using a drop of fuel, is ready to resume its record-breaking round-the-world flight from Hawaii. Swiss pioneers Bertrand Piccard and André Borschberg will alternate flying the sun-powered airplane. After spending eight months to replac...
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JYVÄSKYLÄ-LAAJIS, Finland
The longest and most difficult Ice Cross Downhill track ever tripped up American Cameron Naasz in Finland and threw the world championship in a tense two-way battle. Defending champion Scott Croxall scored a gutsy victory on a night full of emotions.
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North American riders dominated at the 2015/16 ice cross downhill season opener in Quebec City, sweeping the podiums in the men’s and women’s. The USA’s Cameron Naasz powered to the men’s victory, while Canada’s Myriam Trepanier clinched gold in the women’s event.