RedBull 400 Whistler


Jul 13


Do you have what it takes to conquer the steepest 400-metre race in the world?

The Red Bull 400 is going down at the Whistler Olympic Park, July 13th! This unique race is an all out sprint to to the top of the a ski jump pushing racers endurance with over 400 metres of elevation gain.

You can either race solo or in a relay team!

  • Red Bull 400 is the most extreme and steepest global 400 m uphill sprint and Whistler will host the Global finals this July
  • Fitness junkies will flock to Whistler’s Red Bull 400 this will be the first global finals held outside of Europe in the events a history to test their endurance
  • Be a part of the action no matter your skill level. Everyday athletes will come out to check this event off their bucket list. The feeling of accomplishment at the top of the mountain is unbeatable.

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  • Red Bull 400 is an uphill sprint
  • Competitors will run up the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Ski Jump
  • Testing both speed and endurance, this race challenges runners to complete 400 metres on a 37 degree incline from the bottom of a dry ski jump, straight to the top
  • Don’t let the simplicity of the concept fool you, close to 1000 participants will push themselves to the limit with this punishing climb up on their hands and knees this July
  • 400m is the length of 4 soccer fields or 600-800 steps
  • Originally invented in Austria in 2011, the event has grown into an international scale competition, drawing in participants from a variety of sporting disciplines and all fitness levels.
  • The 2019 season sees the event expand again to 20 events across 3 continents
  • The World Record for the fastest climb is 2m48s by Jakob Mayer from Austria. The Canadian record is 3:48 by UBC student Keiran Lumb
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