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  • The Grand Palais as you’ve never seen it before
    Girls Kyu St33d Endrixx and Yannick Do are all here If the crowd was a smoking volcano before it erupts when the light show starts There are already more than 3 500 people packing the venue Leading up from the masses a monumental grand double staircase winds its way to the VIP floor It s up there you get the best view of the impressive and intricate Nave fashioned from more steel than it took to make the Eiffel Tower Lifestyle Face to face with a cobra When stars like Katy Perry and Steve Aoki go on tour they call Mark Hunter Lifestyle Burn baby burn AfrikaBurn is South Africa s Burning Man a festival of sensory overload Advertising Eyes wide shut by 4am guests in the VIP area have well and truly discovered the party vibe The space is huge and the sound system is scaled to suit Here you re mostly getting modern hip hop with Future Bass African music and dancehall influences for modern lively cities says Prat It s an incredibly mixed young crowd with endless energy adds Brunet They re here to be different to make a point The crowd is a combination of white black Asian Middle Eastern People are dolled up to the nines in stylish designs or dressed very simply like they re headed to the basketball court Some drink glasses of water others champagne And there are lots of attractive women clearly in their element Rapper Niska surrounded by his entourage Partying in style the crowd s fashion sense is as eclectic as the music on offer Partying in style the crowd s fashion sense is as eclectic as the music on offer AN AMAZINGLY MIXED CROWD WITH UNTOLD ENERGY WILLING TO BE DIFFERENT TO MAKE A POINT Tom Brunet Crowd pleaser everybody wants to get close to American rapper Travis Scott At about 2am rapper Niska takes to the stage and the crowd is buzzing It s the reaction the organising duo hoped for Niska is the internet discovery of 2015 says Brunet We totally wanted to be the first people to get him out there But the person most of the revellers here are waiting for is American rapper Travis Scott The excitement has been building all day on social networks ticket holders boasting those who missed out lamenting I want total chaos roars Scott when he finally arrives But he isn t on stage for long He jumps into the crowd and then a few seconds later he reappears minus his top Scott sprays champagne all over the sound system like a man possessed soaking DJ Endrixx at the controls in the process Advertising AFRICAN MUSIC BEING PLAYED AT THE GRAND PALAIS IS AN HISTORIC MOMENT Yannick Do The Grand Palais is 72 000m² and opened its doors in 1900 On June 26 5 000 revellers came to hear the latest sounds Super trooper DJ Supa from Cambodia takes a well earned break to enjoy the party Virgil

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  • Photos of the Month: June
    driver Adam Malysz At the top of the dunes there are 5m drops If you don t come down them diagonally you ll fall flat and it s game over So what s the best way to drive up a dune Go straight at it with your foot to the floor he says abudhabidesertchallenge com Sports Photos of the month Dangerous extreme and impressive Here are the pictures of the month Advertising Marcin Kin Red Bull Content Pool LAPINHA DA SERRA BRAZIL HOME RUN If you re the kind of runner who only breaks a sweat after 100km check out the blog of Brazilian ultrarunner Fernanda Maciel who posts while training from her own turf Freshwater beaches Waterfalls It s all in a typical route for Maciel who is the first woman to run Spain s 860km Camino de Santiago in 10 days Pilgrims usually take five weeks to walk the same paths fernandamaciel es Marcelo Maragni Red Bull Content Pool Mpumalanga South Africa Wall hanging Twenty year old Evan Margetts one of South Africa s up and coming climbers takes on the Jack of All Trades route at Waterval Boven The location is the country s climbing mecca world famous for its distinctive orange sandstone Situated on the God No wall Jack of All Trades is graded a challenging 8a because it is a 30m single pitch route with tiny crimpers at the top demanding intense finger strength and endurance facebook com evan margetts Ruan Kotze KAPRUN AUSTRIA LIGHTS OUT This snap of ice climber Rudolf Hausner deep in Austria s Sigmund Thun Gorge could get right under your skin and not just because of its haunting nature For this shot I only used special UV lights says Markus Berger who took the photo They reflect different pigments compared

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  • Take 5 - Robbie Shone
    their inner life It s a race against time A lot of glaciers will disappear within our lifetimes Shone explains My photographs will show what a treasure we re losing Picture above cave explorer Fulvio Iorio on the Aletsch Glacier east of Geneva Advertising 2 HEMMED IN The Gorner Glacier near Zermatt stretches out over 54km² This is British cave explorer Josh Bratchley worming his way through a traverse that we reached via a shaft The walls crackled around us as we climbed through the ice Glaciers are constantly moving They can shift anything up to 15m per year 3 DEEP FREEZE You always have to climb new routes because the glacier shafts change shape within months Italian explorer Daniela Barbieri is climbing out of a pipe in the Gorner Glacier To take the photo above I fixed an ice screw into the wall hung my climbing harness on it and snapped into the abyss 4 CHECKING THE ROPES Expedition members Josh Bratchley left and Gareth Davies check their equipment shortly after climbing out of the Gorner Glacier It was 10ºC that day The wet ropes began freezing solid straight away Josh and Gareth had to shake ice crystals off their 100m long climbing ropes They didn t even have to time to look at the outline of the Matterhorn to their left on the horizon 5 CAMPING OUT A gasoline generator lights the lamps when night falls on the Gorner Glacier I crept into my sleeping bag right after I took this photo above Glacier expeditions usually begin before sunrise You have to finish your descent before getting caught out by the meltwater Website See more from Robbie Shone Facebook Become a Fan of Robbie Instagram Also on Instagram Twitter Follow his Tweets Advertising Go BEYOND THE ORDINARY be

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  • Mustang Wanted: The High Life
    my channel or like my stuff on social networks they re absolutely welcome to I don t care The opinion of the public doesn t make me any stronger or weaker I m just doing what I enjoy which is climbing buildings and making cool videos 2013 KIEV 105 METRES Downtown kiev spent a few days hiding on the roof before this stunt But it s not always just about climbing is it You do chin ups on the icy metal struts of a bridge a hundred metres up in the air in sub zero temperatures You skateboard just above sheer drops Can you understand why that annoys the police I ve had trouble with the police everywhere Kiev Moscow Bratislava Berlin Dubai Budapest but I honestly can t understand why What I do harms no one And I mean no one So why should I be locked up You actually end up in jail remarkably rarely How do you manage to avoid the police I run away It sounds obvious but it works Policemen don t run as fast as me The trickiest thing is if I m climbing a bridge and the police are waiting up at the top in their car If that happens there s no way for me to escape So I have to outwit them I have to run in the opposite direction from the one they re facing Then it s them trapped because they have to get to the other end of the bridge before they can turn around And that gives me more than enough time Do the police in every country react to your stunts in the same way Europeans are polite and so are the police there Like on that really tall bridge in Budapest It was a hot sunny day and an exhausting difficult climb then suddenly a wasp stung me on the arm I have no idea what it was doing all the way up there I reached the top of the bridge but my arm was giving me problems because of that bloody wasp Someone had seen me from below and called the police but when they arrested me they offered me medical assistance first I thought that was nice I don t have to do anything to combat fear because I m not afraid I m relaxed and focused That s all that matters Mustang Wanted 2014 MOSCOW 240 METRES Moscow state university led to the threat of seven years in jail Is it true that in Russia you have a prison sentence hanging over you Yes seven years And the Russian police are the harshest Last year I climbed this building in Moscow and painted a Soviet star 176 metres up in the colours of Ukraine 2014 KIEV 40 METRES Downtown kiev finally a rare undisturbed space for a photograph I didn t get caught but four of my BASE jumper friends who just happened to be there were arrested and have been languishing

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  • Travel - Rope Climbing
    for the feeling of taking their lives into their own hands My heart was racing as I went over the edge says Katie Sanders 24 a legal secretary from Santa Monica USA You can t shake the knowledge that the only thing stopping you plummeting more than 100 metres to the canyon floor is the piece of rope But then the adrenalin surge subsided into this amazing feeling of freedom and control over my actions I could then really be part of the descent and appreciate the incredible surroundings Lifestyle Flyboard Harness some serious water power to experience a flight like no other Lifestyle Take the plunge Do you dare to enter this alien underwater world You can t shake the knowledge that the only thing stopping you plummeting more than 100 metres to the canyon floor is the piece of rope Todd Goss Anyone that musters the will to hang off natural structures often hundreds of metres tall is repaid with unbeatable views Hanging from a rock face with nothing more than fresh air between your feet and the sun scorched ground below offers a completely new way to appreciate landscapes that in photos often defy belief When you ve got the amazing beauty of the red desert slot canyons sweeping vistas and massive cliffs says Goss the technique of rappelling gives you a whole new perspective And a great thrill too Advice from the inside Before you go rappelling make sure you learn how the system operates and how to stay alive if something goes awry says Todd Goss Utah More to explore Website Do you dare to make the drop Facebook Become a Fan of Paragon Adventures Arches National Park More about the National Park Dive After a five day course you ll be BASE jumping off

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  • Will Gadd on Climbing Niagara Falls
    it done or it s not happening A lot of people are watching If I break my ankle while climbing in the Rockies no one will care If I break my ankle here and have to be rescued it s likely to go global Ascending Niagara Falls is a moment About as big and cool as it gets says Gadd that almost didn t happen When first pitched to red tape wielding officials they flatly said no I believe it was Hell no recalls Major David Page of the New York State Parks Police with a wry grin as he watches the day s events unfold The 30 year old had managed the crush of thousands of spectators who gathered for Nik Wallenda s televised tightrope traverse of the Falls in 2012 and he wasn t eager for a repeat But things change In advance of his ascent Gadd checks his equipment before rappelling down the wall to remove hazardous loose ice Greg Mionske A look into Will Gadd s essentials and equipment for the first ascent of Niagara Falls Keith Ladzinski Gadd hooks an ice tool to his harness He pioneered many of the techniques used to climb spray ice Greg Mionske A detail shot of Gadd s gloves covered in frozen spray Greg Mionske Will Gadd takes off his ice caked crampons and boots after making the first ascent of Niagara Falls Greg Mionske Team Gadd made another approach with a more comprehensive plan one that ensured environmental sensitivity There won t be a trace I was ever here he assured them included training in ice climbing for the park s search and rescue team and garnering awareness of the winter beauty of the tourist attraction which is all but devoid of visitors at this time of year Niagara Falls is pretty much a holy grail for me The help of a few New York state assembly people and the Governor s office didn t hurt Note to anyone considering a similar project don t But if you must be sure to take along the right consultants former Military Special Ops guys who are well versed in law enforcement and production company veterans who know how to get hold of the correct permit Gadd in typical fashion conducted every step of the way Climbing is what I love doing he says When I tie into the rope and start climbing I love it But the rest of this stuff it s my job After months of planning January 27 arrives ascension day A large camera jib has been carried to the cliff s edge by the safety roped crew Gadd s long time lensman Christian Pondella has set anchors roped in and leaned out over the abyss camera in hand More photographers assemble below and over the river in Canada Gadd s climbing partner Sarah Hueniken belays feeding out rope during ascent and ready to stop if a fall occurs Gadd descends into the precipice to check route

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  • Magic Moment - Mike Whiddett
    articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Sports Drifting the world over Photography Graeme Murray Red Bull Content Pool Home Sports Drifting the world over Mad Mike Whiddett has big plans for Red Bull Drift Shifters Motorsport Climbing Extreme Auckland New Zealand December 6 2014 Two years ago New Zealand driver Mad Mike Whiddett dreamed up an event to bring drifting from the racetrack to the city streets He finished fourth in the first Red Bull Drift Shifters but at the end of last year he set the record straight He won on the pinball themed track with some smokin hot manoeuvres including this sideways slide under the semi trailer big rig Advertising Mike Whiddett celebrates after the Red Bull Drift Shifters in Auckland New Zealand on December 6th 2014 Miles Holden Red Bull Content Pool I want to bring this event to all of the major cities around the world Red Bull Drift Shifters 2014 Watch Mad Mike Whiddett take the 2014 title in style Motorsport Climbing Extreme 03 2015 The Red Bulletin Recommended articles Back To top Sports Culture Lifestyle Bullevard Country editions Austria France Germany International Ireland Mexico South Africa South Korea

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  • Climbing | The Red Bulletin
    South Korea Switzerland United Kingdom United States de en es fr Menu The Red Bulletin Sports Culture Lifestyle Bullevard Follow us via Facebook Follow us via Instagram Subscribe for the Newsletter Search Search Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Home Climbing Climbing 16 articles found Sports Magic Moment Bouldering champion Kilian Fischhuber climbs India s sandstone walls Sports Photos of the month The fight against the gravity Here are the most beautiful pictures of the month Sports Photos of the month The fight against the gravity Here are the most beautiful pictures of the month Bullevard Internal worlds The longest caves aren t necessarily the most beautiful Sports What s in the bag Kilian Jornet reveals what he takes with him on his mountain runs Load more Back To top Sports Culture Lifestyle Bullevard Country editions Austria France Germany International Ireland Mexico South Africa South Korea Switzerland United Kingdom United States International editions de en es fr Follow us Facebook Instagram Newsletter Rss How to get In your country Subscribe App E paper About Contact More Products Print Servus in Stadt Land Bergwelten Terra Mater Seitenblicke

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