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- Levi's recovery from his 2010 horror crash | Red Bull: New Year. No Limits. 2011
Levi's recovery from his 2010 horror crash | Red Bull: New Year. No Limits. 2011
- Robbie Maddison
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- During the final day of practicing ahead of last year's Red Bull: New Year. No Limits. freestyle snowmobile ace Levi LaVallee suffered a brutal crash which resulted in a multitude of broken bones and an extensive stay in hospital. In this clip, Levi talks about his amazing recovery and about Red Bull: New Year. No Limits. 2011, where he and FMX icon Robbie Maddison will try to break the distance jump records by clearing a 300ft water gap at Embarcadero Marina Park, San Diego Bay, simultaneously on New Year's Eve...
The first day of competition at X Games Aspen saw Levi LaVallee return to the top of the Snowmobile Freestyle podium, while Mark McMorris finished first in Snowboard Slopestyle Elimination.
With New Year’s Eve getting ever nearer, FMX legend Robbie Maddison and freestyle snowmobile ace Levi Lavallee talk about jump flight characteristics and timing. Both factors will be crucial if the...
Red Bull Messenger: Easter special 25/04/2011
We've been trawling through the tweets and Facebook posts to find out what your favourite Red Bull athletes have been up to over the Easter holiday weekend...
Levi LaVallee on the Mend in Minnesota 30/12/2010
Launchin’ Levi is home and recovering nicely after a practice-session crash while prepping for Red Bull: New Year. No Limits. Naturally, he’s looking forward to getting back on his snowmobile ASAP.
Levi LaVallee jumped an incredible 361 feet while preparing for his Red Bull: New Year. No Limits. world record snowmobile jump in San Diego. Unfortunately, Levi was injured shortly afterwards and,...
Red Bull: New Year. No Limits. Cancelled. 17/12/2010
Levi LaVallee was injured while practicing for his planned world record snowmobile distance jump at this year's Red Bull: New Year. No Limits. event. Due to his Injury, the event has been cancelled.