ARCHIVED RACE: outdoortrophy @ 248 Alter Bahnhof, Lingenau, Vorarlberg, Austria on 17 August 2013

Race Info & Description

Race Information:

  • Event Name: outdoortrophy
  • Distance (KMs): 60
  • Distance (Miles): 37
  • Date: 17 August 2013
  • Start Time: 10:10 AM
  • Venue: 248 Alter Bahnhof
  • Organised By: outdoortrophy
  • Race Website: Click Here.

Race Facilities

  • Has Toilets? Yes
  • Has Changing Facilities? Yes
  • Has Water Stations? Yes - Multiple Water Stations
  • Has Prizes / Awards? Yes - Has Awards or Prizes

Race Description

outdoortrophy: the extreme relay race is back!

– The extreme relay race with mountain running, paragliding, white water kayaking and mountain biking will take place on August 17, 2013 in Lingenau (Austria).
– International extreme sports stars and ambitious amateurs will go beyond their limits in the team competition. For the first time ever, there will be the single category “outdoortrophy solo” for the lone wolfs among the outdoor athletes.
– Registration period starts with early bird discounts on January 1, 2013 on

Mountain running, paragliding, white water kayaking, mountain biking: The world’s toughest relay race takes place on August 17, 2013 in Lingenau (Vorarlberg/Austria) and will be organized biyearly in the future. The 11th outdoortrophy promises extreme sports at its best: “We will welcome the world elite in outdoor sports. Male and female world and European champions as well as Olympic medallists will attend”, says head of competition Chris Alge. Amongst many other top athletes, the Kenyan mountain running winner of 2011, Isaac Kosgei, plans to attend again in 2013. Mr. Alge: “I think it is particularly important to also highlight the many amateur teams. Everyone who manages to finish the outdoortrophy did an outstanding job!”

Team spirit counts
The proven race routing will not be changed: The mountain runners start in the village centre of Egg and overcome 12 kilometres with an altitude gain of 1.100 meters on dirt roads and steep serpentines. After reaching the mountain top “Niedere”, the paragliders take off after a short run. They pass a buoy in the air and attempt to land accurately in the goal circle at Andelsbuch power plant. The third athlete fights in the whitewater kayak against rapids and overrides a waterfall, before the mountain biker starts the last leg – 30km with an altitude difference of no less than 1’600 meters on single trails, including demanding downhill sections. In 2011, the fastest pro team finished in 3:30 hours, the winner in the amateur category finished in 4:10 hours.

Extreme lone wolfs
For the first time ever there will be the single category “outdoortrophy solo” for the most versatile amongst the outdoor athletes. “60 extremely tough kilometres running, paragliding, kayaking and biking – I don’t know about any comparable challenge. We got requests concerning this in the past. That is why we now offer the professional framework for such a single challenge. We are curious about the world-wide reaction”, explains Alge.

Prize money 15.000 Euro
The prize money for professional teams and the “outdoortrophy solo” is 15’000 Euro. On top of that athletes can win valuable material prizes. Like in previous years, there will be a category for company teams. The registration period starts with special early bird discounts on January 1, 2013 on There will also be a “team search” tool to find team members and athletes.

Star guests & outdoor party
The outdoortrophy did not only make a name for itself as the toughest relay race on the planet, but also as a unique party. For the 2013 event, the organizers expect numerous star guests to participate. The party will be spectacular: Last year, more than 2000 extreme sports fans celebrated all night long. In 2013, the bands “El Chivos” and “Neuland” will rock the outdoor area at Bregenzerach river.

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