On the 16th of July more than 600 participants from 26 countries want to beat the historical ski jump "Hochfirstschanze" in Titisee-Neustadt (GER)
Running 400m doesn't sound like much of a challenge, does it? But what if you were to run those 400m at an altitude close to 200m and as a pure uphill sprint? That's a race guaranteed to put your calves, quads and endurance to the ultimate test.Red Bull 400 is set to conquer the ski jumps of Europe once again, putting sprinters all over the world to one of the toughest tests they will ever face. 600 participants from 26 countries will try to challenge the ski jump iN Titisee-Neustadt, Germany.Warm up your leg muscles for the hardest 400m of your life. Out of gas, ready to drop, worn out, pooped, dead, knackered, bushed, beat, whacked, drained, shattered… these are all expressions you could use at the end of a Red Bull 400 race. It’s the beginning of a new season for uphill sprint lovers: the Red Bull 400 events are back.The historical Ski jump „Hochfirstschanze“ in Titisee will be the location in Germany for the third time. From bottom to top, it's 400 meters in distance and close to 200 meters in altitude: a pure uphill sprint to the top of an olympic ski jump. Dominique Granger from took part in the 400m long and 36-degree uphill Red Bull 400 race in Titisee-Neustadt in 2015, Germany, and described the feat as 'one of the toughest things I have done.'