For the third consecutive year, the Red Bull 400 returns to the iconic Utah Olympic Park in Park City on September 30. With a starting point of 6,870 feet this 400 meter near-vertical sprint will challenge competitor’s speed, endurance and determination to the top of the breathtaking 2002 Winter Games ski jump.
Registration is open at win.gs/redbull400utah.
This endurance test is open to 1,000 registrants and features eight different registration options: Individual Men’s and Women’s Solo; Red Bull 400 COED relay (4 x 100m); Red Bull 400 Solo Group Discount (10 participants); Red Bull 400 Individual Ski Patrol / Fire / EMS / Military / Police discount; Individual Men’s and Women’s Custom Heat Time; Red Bull 400 Heat Buyout (corporate option).
Park City marks the penultimate round of the 2017 Red Bull 400 tour with previous stops including Almaty, Kazakhstan; Erzurum, Turkey; Sapporo, Japan; Chaikovsky, Russia; Trondheim, Norway; Courchevel, France; Val de Fiemme, Italy; Titisee-Neustadt, Germany; Whistler, Canada; Harrachov, Czechia; Bischofshofen, Austria; Planica, Slovenia; and the final stop in Sochi, Russia.
Registration is currently open online and competitors can sign up now. Spectators are welcome to cheer on and support racers at the base of the ski jump in addition to designated spots alongside the course. Normal activities at the park will remain open and food from local vendors will be available.
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