Red Bull X-Alps 2011: Day Six
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- Day six at Red Bull X-Alps: Switzerland's Christian Maurer extended his lead in the Red Bull X-Alps race to more than 100km over the Romanian, Toma Coconea. Maurer (SUI1) passed the Piz Palü turnpoint in southern Italy today, clocking more than 200km in flight by midday in what seems to be the longest flight yet in this event.
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