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Nick Martini, Alexis Godbout, and Matt Walker meet up in Boston, USA for an urban road-trip through New England. Over the course of ten days these guys slay and destroy 12 rails, update their tall-T wardrobe, try true east coast lobster, and make friends with local law enforcement.
9 Dec 2009
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It's slushy springtime but that doesn't stop Bobby Brown from having a great weekend of shredding at Mammoth for the annual Salomon Jib Academy. Buckle up and head down to the slopes for this episode of Bobby's Life. Subscribe to the show: *******www.youtube****/show/bobbyslife Last Episode: *******www.youtube****/watch?v=7ltDiucPgtQ New episodes every other Monday! Follow Bobby_Brown1 / #Bobbyslife on twitter: ********twitter****/#!/Bobby and redbull ********twitter****/#!/redbull
6 Jul 2012
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Bobby Brown, Henrik Harlaut and Alexis Godbout meet in Narvik, Norway. The goal: Hitting backcountry jumps with the fjords of the Lyngen Alps as a backdrop. Bad weather forces the crew to change plans and head to Are, Sweden for what turns out to be the best jump session of their lives.
10 Nov 2009
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KILLINGTON, VT. (Sept. 21-22, 2013) – Under sunny, blue skies in central Vermont, before an international crowd of 15,000, the Reebok Spartan Race World Championships crowned new male and female World Champions. Utah’s Hobie Call, 36, and Amelia Boone, 30, of Chicago, finished first and each earned a $15,000 payout. The hotly anticipated season finale with over $290,000 in cash and prizes, featured some of the world’s most talented professional obstacle course racers, Olympians, professional triathletes, and world champion trail runners. NBC Sports was on hand to capture all the action for a television special airing October 19, 2013. The men’s competitive heat featured the winner, Hobie Call who emerged from the daunting 14 mile course with a time of 3:35:56. Finishing in second place was Australian Spartan Champion Matt Murphy, 28, in 3:44:15, and Spartan Pro Team member Hunter McIntyre, 24, now residing in Pittsfield, Vt., who finished a close third with a time of 3:44:42. On the women’s side, Amelia Boone, who came in second last year, took the top spot this year with a time of 4:09:52, nearly 15 minutes ahead of the second place female finisher, Australian Spartan Champion Deanna Blegg, 44, who clocked in at 4:24:10. Rounding out the top three was Canadian National team biathlete, Olympic hopeful and 2012 Spartan Race World Champion Claude Godbout, 27, of Quebec City, with a time of 4:34:52. At the finish line, still caked in mud, Hobie Call, of Erda, Utah, said, “The course is absolutely crazy. I had to do it carefully and pace myself. I’m still in denial that I won. I’m sure I’ll be crying in a corner in a couple of hours,” he jokes. Female champion Amelia Boone, an attorney at Skadden Arps, says, “It really could have been anyone’s race. That’s what is great about these events. I went out not knowing what to expect. It was the toughest competition I’ve ever faced in a race.” The Reebok Spartan Beast race, in Killington, Vt., which will attract over 9,000 competitors and 6,000 spectators this weekend, is infamous for a half marathon worth of steep inclines, technical terrain, and challenging obstacles such as carrying 65 pound sand bags, climbing walls, and crawling through mud under barbed wire. “We continue to push athletes to new limits with our races,” said Spartan Race founder Joe De Sena of Pittsfield, Vt. “This is the toughest race we’ve designed to date, most definitely. We can’t wait to show the world what we have in store for 2014.” For more information about the race, log onto www.spartanrace****. For video, see www.spartanrace.tv.
1 Oct 2013
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