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Meet B-Boy Lee, a young breaking phenomenon from Amsterdam who’s taking the breaking world by storm with his creativity, explosive moves and signature style. With a b-girl for a mother, hear how Lee’s family, crew and upbringing are key to the Red Bull BC One All Star’s evolution as a breaker. He’s been winning battles the world over with his instinctive moves, and now he’s headed to New York City for the 2022 Red Bull BC One World Final. This is a long read taken from Redbull.com, written and read by Josh Sampiero, based on an interview by Mireia Juste Castillo. Read this article at https://www.redbull.com/int-en/b-boy-lee-red-bull-bc-one-interviewDiscover more about Beyond the Ordinary and find every episode at redbull.com/beyondtheordinary
Aidan Heslop is built for cliff diving – and it shows. The British athlete fell in love with the sport at the age of 10, and is now helping push it into a new era for a new generation. Hear how he got hooked after watching Gary Hunt in action and made it his goal to compete in the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series. He achieved that ambition when he became the youngest diver ever to compete in the Series at 16. Now he's scoring 10s and setting the bar ever higher with his inventive diving techniques. His next goal? World Champion.This is a long read taken from Red Bull.com. Read this article at https://www.redbull.com/int-en/aidan-heslop-cliff-diving-beyond-the-ordinary-podcast-profileDiscover more about Beyond the Ordinary and find every episode at redbull.com/beyondtheordinary
Meet basketball player Nadine Selaawi, the teenage schoolgirl from Egypt who challenged cultural expectations and went to the USA to follow her dreams. Inspired by her family, Nadine became a record-breaking athlete at college, and now she's preparing for the Red Bull Half Court World Final back home in Cairo.This is a long read taken from Red Bull.com. Read this article at https://www.redbull.com/int-en/nadine-selaawi-egyptian-basketball-profileDiscover more about Beyond the Ordinary and find every episode at redbull.com/beyondtheordinary
Meet Principal Strategy Engineer Hannah Schmitz – part of the team making real-time race-winning decisions for Oracle Red Bull Racing. Hannah has been working with the team since joining as an intern in 2009. Together with Head of Race Strategy Will Courtenay and a skilled team, it’s their split-second strategy brilliance that was a large contributor towards Max Verstappen claiming his first FIA Formula One World Championship title in 2021. We sat down with Hannah to find out more about how her and the team make their race-defining decisions. This is a long read taken from Red Bull.com. Read this article at https://www.redbull.com/int-en/hannah-schmitz-oracle-red-bull-racing-strategistDiscover more about Beyond the Ordinary and find every episode at redbull.com/beyondtheordinary.
Nepal-born Nirmal ‘Nims’ Purja is the first Gurkha to serve in the United Kingdom Special Forces. After 10 years of service he decided to give everything up to climb all the world’s 14 peaks over 8,000m in seven months – the last person who achieved the feat took seven years. Hear his story, in his own words, about his humble beginnings and his big dreams.This long read from RedBull.com is written and read by Josh Sampiero.Make sure you hit follow to be the first to hear the latest episodes. Discover more about Beyond the Ordinary at redbull.com/beyondtheordinary.
Australian cliff diving sensation, Rhiannan “Rhi” Iffland has leapt from hot air balloons, helicopters and plunged into oceans all across the globe.  But even as a five time world series champion and two time FINA world champion, Rhi says she still experiences fear and sometimes it’s what keeps her safe.  Rhi began her cliff diving career with a stunning win. In her rookie year – 2016 – she won her first-ever competition as a wildcard entry into the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series. Rhi was hailed as the 'Australian cliff diving sensation' – not only was she the youngest female diver ever to win an event, but she also scored podium places on all of her seven starts. These achievements are the fruits of the hard work of an athlete who's been practising their sport from early childhood – Rhi began diving at the age of nine and before that she was an avid acrobatic trampolinist Make sure you hit follow to be the first to hear the latest episodes. Discover more about Beyond the Ordinary at redbull.com/beyondtheordinary.
Snowboarder and Olympian Jess Rich has had to contend with fear and push past her comfort zone throughout her career. Jess didn’t grow up in the snow and never dreamt that she’d one day compete in the winter Olympics.  Jess made her Olympic debut in the new Olympic discipline of women's snowboard Big Air at PyeongChang 2018. The Sydney-sider, who originally intended to compete in both slopestyle and Big Air, ruptured her ACL only one month before the Games and was forced to sit out of the snowboard slopestyle but was given medical clearance to compete in Big Air.   Jess was one place shy of qualifying for the final after placing 13th in the qualification runs at PyeongChang; however two clean runs was an impressive performance for the injury recovering Olympic debutant.   Jess placed seventh in slopestyle at her World Cup debut in 2015. In February 2016, she placed eighth in slopestyle at the Winter Olympic Test Event at Bokwang Park. Following her top-10 performances she signed her first professional contract with the Olympic Winter Institute of Australia. She broke into the top-10 an additional four times before she stepped up to the Olympic stage in February 2018.  Make sure you hit follow to be the first to hear the latest episodes. Episode five of Beyond the Ordinary : Game Changers dropping 1st March 2022
Paralympic gold medallist Kelly Cartwright embodies all the grit and determination. At the age of 15, after being diagnosed with a rare and aggressive form of cancer in her right knee, Kelly was forced to make a decision that would change the direction of her life. In November 2004, faced with the option of amputation or radical surgery to remove the cancer Kelly had her right leg amputated. ​ After a painstaking 3 months of rehabilitation, she was fitted with a prosthetic leg. Having learnt to walk again, and facing the reality that her netball career was over, she looked for a new direction. That direction was running. ​ With a growing passion for running, Kelly’s training intensified in pursuit of her next goal – to be the best above-knee amputee 100m sprinter in the world. Make sure you hit follow to be the first to hear the latest episodes. Episode four of Beyond the Ordinary : Game Changers dropping 22nd February 2022
The BMX sensation, who's already a five-time world champion. Saya Sakakibara is an Olympic BMX rider and at 22 she’s already a champion. Saya’s love for BMX began before she could walk and despite some devastating setbacks, Saya’s never let fear influence her performance.  At the age of four Saya attended practice sessions and races that Kai, her older brother was involved in and her love of the sport of BMX racing grew from there. At 22 Saya has already amassed a seriously large haul of trophies in her 15 years of riding: four times World Champion, and counting. Of her incredible success at such an early age, she attributes much of it to her incredibly close family.Make sure you hit follow to be the first to hear the latest episodes. Episode three of Beyond the Ordinary : Game Changers dropping 15th February 2022
Jess Fox is considered to be the best paddler in the world. As a kayak and slalom canoeist and Olympic gold medallist, Jess discusses her relationship with fear and what it takes to be the best in the world.  Jess was born into paddling royalty in Marseille, France on June 11, 1994 to parents Richard Fox and Myriam Fox - Jerusalmi – both Olympians from England and France respectively. After moving to Australia at the age of four, Jess grew into a talented athlete and by 13 was beating competitors five years her senior. Before long she was a five-time Junior World Champion and paddling in her first Olympics. After a silver medal at the London Games, Jess was instantly touted as the next international superstar. After adding a bronze medal in Rio to her trophy room, Jess set her sights on her next performance with the aim to grab that elusive gold. Make sure you hit follow to be the first to hear the latest episodes.Episode two of Beyond the Ordinary: Game Changers dropping 8th February 2022
Introducing our five-part mini-series Game Changers from Red Bull highlighting women at the top of their sporting game. Join host Marlee Silva as she discovers how elite Australian athletes overcome serious set-backs and use fear to their advantage.In this series we explore the challenges, set-backs and ultimately, triumphs, which have underscored the careers of five diverse female athletes. You'll hear the indepth stories of each, the journeys they’ve taken and their responses to the tests they’ve faced, ultimately celebrating the ties that bind them all as game changers in their fields.
Held in spectacular terrain, the Dakar Rally isn't just a car, motorcycle or truck rally raid, it’s an off-road endurance event. The challenge is how long teams can keep it together behind the wheel. After more than 4,000km of off-road racing over treacherous terrain, the chequered flag has flown and as the dust finally settles. Now you can experience it like never before in this immersive audio recap. From the start line to the finish, listen to the drivers in the heat of the moment share their experience and let yourself be transported to the desert and Dakar 2022.Check out the latest Dakar series From Dawn Till Dust, also available on Red Bull TV, to learn everything you need to know about the event (https://win.gs/dawntilldust).Make sure you hit follow to be the first to hear the latest episodes. Discover more about Beyond the Ordinary at redbull.com/beyondtheordinary.
From the moment he became the youngest driver ever to win in Formula One in 2016 at the age of 18, Red Bull Racing driver Max Verstappen has been the sport's brightest light. Now, in the 2021 F1 season, Max Verstappen was crowned World Champion.But who is Max Verstappen and how did he get to this moment? Find the answers here, courtesy of drivers, team-mates, journalists, fans and those closest to him – such as drivers Pierre Gasly, Alex Albon, Liam Lawson and F1 legend David Coultard, F1 commentator Jess McFadyen, BMX champ Twan van Gendt, and Max’s father, ex-F1 driver Jos Verstappen – as well as exclusive interviews from Max himself. Learn about the Dutch driver's rise from karting prodigy to competing in his first F1 practice session in 2014 for Scuderia Toro Rosso – just a week after his 17th birthday – followed by podium finishes in the world championships in 2019 and 2020. And now, the Red Bull Racing Honda star stands on top of the world, capping a brilliant season with an incredible last-gasp win in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.Discover more about Beyond the Ordinary and find every episode at redbull.com/beyondtheordinary.
Cyril Despres represents the past, present and future of the Dakar Rally. His rally-raid story traverses desert dunes in Africa, South America and Saudi Arabia. Despres has won five times on a bike and parked a car on the podium. Now his hydrogen-powered vehicle represents the Frenchman’s most daring Dakar ambition to date. Find out what inspires Despres to keep going the extra mile.Make sure you follow the 2022 Dakar Rally by tuning in to ‘Dakar Daily’ on Red Bull TV in January (redbull.com/dakar), or if you can’t wait until then, check out the latest Dakar series From Dawn Till Dust, also available on Red Bull TV, to learn everything you need to know about the event (https://win.gs/dawntilldust).Make sure you hit follow to be the first to hear the latest episodes. Discover more about Beyond the Ordinary at redbull.com/beyondtheordinary.
Brush up on your Dakar Rally knowledge of orthodontic specialist and Red Bull Off-Road Junior Team driver Cristina Gutiérrez. A Dakar stage victory and FIA World Cup title were won during a packed year of rally-raid racing in 2021. That’s despite a broken back putting Gutiérrez off the road for a couple of months. Now the Spaniard is in a rush to make even more history in Saudi Arabia at Dakar 2022.Make sure you follow the 2022 Dakar Rally by tuning in to ‘Dakar Daily’ on Red Bull TV in January (redbull.com/dakar), or if you can’t wait until then, check out the latest Dakar series From Dawn Till Dust, also available on Red Bull TV, to learn everything you need to know about the event (https://win.gs/dawntilldust).Make sure you hit follow to be the first to hear the latest episodes. Discover more about Beyond the Ordinary at redbull.com/beyondtheordinary.
Freeski prodigy Eileen Gu gets to chat with her childhood hero, freeski legend Bobby Brown. Eileen shares why she decided to represent China in the Winter Games instead of the USA (she has strong roots in both countries), and how she balances life as an athlete with being a teenager – with all the challenges and family dynamics that entails. Eileen may be at the beginning of her career, but she’s already smashing it, while her idol Bobby has the wisdom of experience to share. They enjoy a sweet connection and have a nostalgic chat about their memories of watching each other on the competitive freestyle skiing scene. The pair are interviewed by co-host and ex-snowboarder Tina Dixon.Make sure you hit follow to be the first to hear the latest episodes. Discover more about Beyond the Ordinary at redbull.com/beyondtheordinary.
Thinking on your feet is something most people can do. But being so good at it that you can charm huge crowds and win competitions? That’s a rare skill – almost magical. Meet three performers whose art would be nothing without the ability to think on the spot. Hear from rapper Reverse, the reigning Red Bull Batalla USA champion; freestyle dancer Angyil, newly crowned Red Bull Dance Your Style USA champion; and anarchic stand-up comedian Russ Hicks, whose quick-fire retorts to hecklers are legendary. They share what inspires them, and how you can master the skill too. And if you want to know what goes on in the brain when artists are improvising, neuroscientist Dr Charles Limb explains.Make sure you hit follow to be the first to hear the latest episodes. Discover more about Beyond the Ordinary at redbull.com/beyondtheordinary.
They’re surrounded by some of the most beautiful scenery Mother Nature has to offer, but they don’t even notice as they freefall through the air in a descent that comes to an abrupt halt when they hit the water at 85kph… without any protective gear… their bones and muscles protected only by their skin and a swimsuit. Why do they do it, and what does it take to be a cliff diver? Experts in the world of cliff diving share how to prepare the body, mind and emotions for a sport that pushes athletes to the limits, but one that they’re addicted to. Hear from cliff diver Orlando Duque, Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series competition director Hassan Mouti, diving expert Joey Zuber and competition judge Anke Piper.Make sure you hit follow to be the first to hear the latest episodes. Discover more about Beyond the Ordinary at redbull.com/beyondtheordinary.
As a boy, Italian-Iranian Dario Costa dreamed of being an aviator performing daring and spectacular flights, just like his cartoon heroes. Today, Dario is a championship pilot for the Red Bull Air Race Team and a stuntman who’s performed in a Hollywood movie. In September 2021 he fulfilled a life-long ambition, and set five world records, when he flew his plane at 245kph through a 2.26km tunnel along Turkey's Northern Marmara Highway. Hear from Dario and his team to learn what it took to prepare for the flight – from the plane and the tunnel to Dario’s mindset.Watch Dario fly through the tunnel on Red Bull TV now, and stay tuned for the documentary coming soon on Red Bull TV.Make sure you hit follow to be the first to hear the latest episodes. Discover more about Beyond the Ordinary at redbull.com/beyondtheordinary.
Meet Anna Pogossyan and Temirlan Toktabek, founders of Vacant, a revolutionary technology system that enables students to find spaces on campus where they can study. They talk about their entrepreneurial journey, from having just two days to develop their idea, to leaving their jobs and devoting themselves full-time to their new enterprise. In an interview with entrepreneur and investor Daniel Cronin, the Toronto-based duo share what they learned from their experiences, what it was like to stand on stage and pitch at the Red Bull Basement Global Final in Berlin, how it felt to hear their name being announced as the winners.Hear from two more tech entrepreneurs and past winners of Red Bull Basement in this three-part special. Learn more and apply now at rebullbasement.comMake sure you hit follow to be the first to hear the latest episodes. Discover more about Beyond the Ordinary at redbull.com/beyondtheordinary.
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