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Vignettes de mes dix derniers vols... Cliquez dessus !

Billets en vrac !

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31 août2009

Salut tu as bien volé ??? ...

Stop avec 10000mots et Willy au coin vers 17h30... C'est encore volable à ce moment... 46.gif
Arrivés au Crêt une heure plus tard c'est fort de chez fort...
On redescend tous sans voler la patience ne paie pas...
MAIS OUI !!! boxing.gifDemon25.gif

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Par BBB at 20:25 - 2 commentaires

20 août2009

Fin de la canicule...

Fin de la canicule ? Retour des orages ?

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Par BBB at 20:25 - 3 commentaires

26 juil.2009

Fin de l'aventure pour Martin Muller...

Je ne voulais pas que cela arrive... Fin de l'aventure Xalps pour Martin Muller suite à une blessure...
Cet après-midi au Club de Vol Libre Genève la nouvelle tombe subitement... C'est la consternation...
N'empêche que je tire mon chapeau au duo Martin et Fabien pour ce qu'ils ont fait... Tout simplement nous faire rêver...
Bon rétablissement Martin revient vite au Salève nous narrer tes aventures vécues tout au long de ce périple Xalps 2009 !


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Par BBB at 20:11 - un commentaire

24 juil.2009

Martin Muller force l'admiration Xalps 2009...

Reçu des photos de Martin Muller et Fabien Zuberer, magnifique les gars votre parcours !

Prise de risque maximum pour Martin qui n'hésite pas à gravir les montagnes, photo ci-dessous qui donne froid dans le dos...
GO ! GO ! Foncez et faites vous plaisir les gars !
Enjoy comme dirait Martin !

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RED BULL X-ALPS DAY 6 SUMMARY - CARTER AND GEIJSEN OUT WHILE MAURER FORGES AHEAD

“This is the toughest day yet, it’s so hot!” said 14th placed Matsubara Masayuki (JPN2) this afternoon.

With winds blowing into the Southern Alps, many Red Bull X-Alps athletes were struggling in the 34-degree heat to hike out of the punishing terrain west of Italy’s Marmolada.

It was also a day when three athletes left the race. Vincent Sprungli (FRA1) quit this morning after two hard landings took their toll on his lower spine.

The doctors also told Ronny Geijsen (NED) to finish racing: he said he was “very, very disappointed.”

Pierre Carter (RSA) was eliminated at 11:30am this morning. First up the Gaisberg, the 43-year-old has since been slowed by a toe injury. According to race rules, every 48 hours the back runner is cut and today it was the South African’s turn to face the chop.

Meanwhile, the race continues. Christian Maurer (SUI3) still leads, and was over 455 km down course by 2:15pm - well over half way to Monaco. In the cooler air of higher altitudes, Maurer has increased his lead to nearly 100 km over defending champion Alex Hofer (SUI1).

Maurer and Hofer are the only athletes have crossed into Switzerland, at the time of writing, although Maurer has since crossed back into Italy, heading directly west.

It's increasingly becoming evident that supporter Thomas Theurillat is playing a huge role in Maurer's success.

Theurillat is a psychologist and mountain guide. He has broken the route to Monaco down into six binders rammed full of routes and information, and has checklists for every stage of every day.

Meanwhile, Toma Coconea (ROM) is fit and well again, but hasn’t reigned in his racing instincts. His supporter is similarly well-prepared, but Coconea appears to be one-track minded.
“Toma's been up running and walking since 2:00am this morning, but his zigzag path shows how inefficient all his efforts have been this morning,” reports race director Steve Cox.

Twenty-four athletes continue the 818km adventure race to Monaco.
Par BBB at 17:29

23 juil.2009

Xalps 2009 l'aventure continue...

Vole et Marche Man !
Courage ! Détermination ! tu en est capable !

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Par BBB at 19:22