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London March 5th, 2015 "Outdoor Sport Channel® goes down under to Australian TV households" 
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Breakthrough Paralysis Research powered by every step taken at the Wings for Life World Run. Wings for Life Spinal Cord Research Foundation and Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation unite to advance a groundbreaking therapy for spinal cord injury.
(SALZBURG, March 5, 2015) – It all started with a single toe. Even today, Dr. Susan Harkema recalls the words spoken by one of the research participants: “Look Susie, I can move my toe.” The patient’s name was Rob Summers and he was completely paralyzed from the neck down. After a car accident he was told he would never be able to walk again. But just a few weeks after Harkema had implanted an electrical stimulator wired to the spinal cord, the unthinkable suddenly became reality. Rob slowly started to move his limbs.  He was the first of four patients who received epidural electrical stimulation during experimental therapy. In a world where spinal cord injury is still deemed irreversible, the stimulation of nerves that were thought to be lost was considered nothing short of a medical miracle.

Today, in a powerful statement for the progression of spinal cord injury research, the Wings for Life Spinal Cord Research Foundation and the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation announced they have joined forces to expand Dr. Harkema’s groundbreaking work. The partnership will enable researchers to move forward with a breakthrough clinical study that will likely commence in mid-2015.

The study, called The Big Idea, will test the hypothesis in 36 individuals living with spinal cord injury that epidural stimulation can be used to recover a significant level of autonomic control. A special group of eight patients will be funded with a significant part of the proceeds from the inaugural Wings for Life World Run, held in 2014. The global running event, which saw thousands of athletes start at the very same time in 34 locations around the globe, generated €3.2 million to foster promising spinal cord research projects. The event will be held again on May 3, 2015.

“Our ultimate goal is to get to the finish line as quickly as possible,” said Peter Wilderotter, President and CEO of the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation. “Wings for Life and the Reeve Foundation share the same philosophy when it comes to research, and we certainly share the same mission. It is rare for two nonprofits to join forces but when you have the ability to change lives in the here-and-now, it is critical to leverage resources and lock arms for the sake of the millions living with paralysis worldwide. We believe that together, we can help mobilize people to support this research and get us there quicker.”

“Dr. Harkema’s study is a unique example based on solid science, culminating over the last 30 years into a frontrunner study, aiming to make a difference for patients with spinal cord injury,“ said Wings for Life scientific director Jan Schwab.

However, much work is still left to be done: “The Wings for Life Foundation and the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation joining forces is incredible and it means that we can move this forward at a much faster pace,” said Dr. Susan Harkema, University of Louisville professor. “I'd like to thank all the participants and runners of the Wings for Life World Run and encourage people to join again on May 3, 2015.”

More about Wings for Life and the Wings for Life World Run.

Worldwide, millions of people are dependent on a wheelchair after having sustained a spinal cord injury. The leading causes are traffic accidents and falls. Wings for Life is a not-for-profit spinal cord research foundation. Its mission is to find a cure for spinal cord injury. Since 2004, Wings for Life funds life-changing research projects and clinical trials around the globe. While the cure is still to be found, steady progress has been made.  The €3.2 million raised through the inaugural Wings for Life World Run and all future entry fees of this global running event will help work towards that ultimate goal. Every step taken at the Wings for Life World Run is a step in the right direction –

The 2015 Wings for Life World Run will be held on May 3, (11am UTC) in 35 locations around the world simultaneously. Go to to learn more and register. 100% of the registration fees will go directly to fund research to cure spinal cord injuries.
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Red Bull Air Race Announces New Race Location for 2015 Season.
SALZBURG, Austria – The third race of this year’s air racing World Championship will be staged in Rovinj, Croatia. The stop in Rovinj will replace Sochi, Russia, which unfortunately cannot be conducted due to financial and organizational challenges.

“It would have been great to host the first Red Bull Air Race in Russia this year, but due to the current situation with the international capital markets, our partners in Russia are facing extremely high exchange rates. This makes it impossible to set up an infrastructure fulfilling our high standards and also to provide our fans with tickets at affordable prices," said Erich Wolf, General Manager, Red Bull Air Race. “To secure a well-organized eight-race season, we have been forced to make a decision at this stage and believe this change was necessary. However, this gives us the chance to return to Croatia, where we had a spectacular race last year. Nevertheless we still hope to stage a race in Sochi in the future.”

The eight-stop 2015 Red Bull Air Race World Championship began in Abu Dhabi in February and is now preparing for the first ever stop in Chiba, Japan. After Rovinj, Croatia the remaining races will be held in Budapest, Hungary, (July 4/5), Ascot, United Kingdom (August 15/16), Spielberg, Austria (September 5/6), Fort Worth, Texas, USA (September 26/27), and Las Vegas, Nevada, USA (October 17/18). 

2015 Race Calendar:

Abu Dhabi, UAE                   (13/14 February)

Chiba, Japan                        (16/17 May)

Rovinj, Croatia                     (30/31 May)

Budapest, Hungary             (4/5 July)

Ascot, United Kingdom        (15/16 August)

Spielberg, Austria                  (5/6 September)

Fort Worth, Texas, United States    (26/27 September)

Las Vegas, Nevada, United States    (17/18 October)

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2015 KITE MASTERS Series on Outdoor Sport Channel®. 
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Beach Volleyball set for Global Expansion with new Partners.
Zurich, Switzerland; 26 February 2015 – the International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) today announced a historic new partnership agreement with the Beach Major Company - a joint venture between Hannes Jagerhofer (Acts) and Red Bull - demonstrating FIVB President Dr Ary S. Graça F°’s commitment to sport innovation as he looks to secure volleyball’s position as the most engaging sport entertainment in the world. 
This ground breaking partnership will ensure that beach volleyball will set the benchmark as one of the world’s most dynamic forms of sport entertainment, with Red Bull bringing its full marketing, event management and media competence to the realisation of three Major Series events and the Swatch Beach Volleyball Season Final as part of the FIVB World Tour. Plans to significantly increase the number of Major Series events are already in place as Red Bull and Hannes Jagerhofer have committed to long term backing of this Olympic International Sports Federation.

Today’s announcement also signified the return of Swatch to beach volleyball as the title sponsor for the Major Series as part of the FIVB World Tour in what promises to be another spectacular year for the sport ahead of Rio 2016 - where beach volleyball has been tipped as a showcase sport of the Games. 

President Graça, who attended the press conference at the Swatch LAB in Zurich, said: “This new partnership is the next step in the FIVB’s mission to ensure that volleyball is the world’s leading family sport entertainment through engagement, innovation and universality. Like the FIVB and volleyball, Red Bull is a dynamic, global brand and I look forward to working together to ensure that the FIVB’s beach volleyball events are a memorable spectacle for fans around the world. 
“Red Bull is unrivalled in its marketing expertise. In combination with the Red Bull Media House with its outstanding network and knowledge of content production and distribution - this makes them an ideal partner for the FIVB. We are also delighted to be working closely with Hannes Jagerhofer – a renowned promoter who has set the benchmark for staging world-class volleyball events for many years. Finally, today we are announcing the renewal of the relationship between beach volleyball and one of the most respected sponsors in sport – Swatch. These are all incredibly prestigious partners for the FIVB and I look forward to working closely together to ensure that volleyball continues to lead through innovation as the number one family sport entertainment in the world.”

CEO of the Beach Major Company Hannes Jagerhofer stated: "The joint venture was the result of 20 years’ close and successful cooperation with Red Bull. The Swatch Beach Volleyball Major Series, together with the FIVB as the world governing body, was created to push beach volleyball to an entirely new level and position it on the world's stage of top global sports. Only with the strong support of the International Federation, which is entirely responsible for the sport’s progress, is it possible to realise the vision of the Major Series. Bringing Swatch on board as title sponsor, which is not only a strong global iconic brand but also a year long trusted partner, facilitator and driving force, is the best possible scenario for a new era in beach volleyball history. To top it off, the Red Bull Media House, known for its award winning live productions, innovative content creation, action sports series and top ranked social media community will be committed to delivering new standards in beach volleyball production, distribution and entertainment.”

The 2015 FIVB World Tour marks the start of the second qualification process (alongside the Continental Cup) for beach volleyball athletes ahead of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games – where the sport is expected to be the signature event on Copacabana Beach.

2015 will be an action-packed year for beach volleyball. There will be three Swatch Beach Volleyball Major Series and five FIVB Grand Slams – all carrying the same prize money of $800,000 – before the Swatch Beach Volleyball Season Final takes place in the USA in October. The Swatch Beach Volleyball Season Final - exclusively reserved for the top-ranked eight teams and two wildcards – will award a total prize package of $500,000, with the winning teams (men’s and women’s) receiving $100,000 each.

FIVB World Tour events:

Swatch Major Series:
Porec, Croatia
Stavanger, Norway
Gstaad, Switzerland

Grand Slams:
Moscow, Russia
Yokohama, Japan
St. Petersburg, USA
Long Beach, USA
Olsztyn, Poland

Swatch Beach Volleyball Season Final:
Fort Lauderdale, USA
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Four former champions in Mexico City for 10-year anniversary.
Twelve of the world's best Freestyle Motocross riders, including four former World Tour champions, will be battling it out in front of 38,000 spectators in the planet’s biggest bullfighting arena in Mexico City on March 6 when the 2015 championship kicks off. 
MEXICO CITY (Mexico) - Marking 10 years since the first Red Bull X-Fighters first lit up the nighttime sky above the sold out Monumental Plaza de Toros bullring in Mexico City with 38,000 frenzied fans, the 2015 season opener of the world’s most prestigious freestyle motocross championship is shaping up into yet another Battle Royale. The world's best FMX riders - including former World Tour champions Tom Pagès of France (2013), Levi Sherwood of New Zealand (2012), Spain’s Dany Torres (2011) and Switzerland's Mat Rebeaud (2008) - are hungry for a victory and will be bringing spectacular new tricks perfected during the off-season for the appreciative Mexican crowd. 
The tight course in the breathtaking bullring and the 2,240-meter high altitude in Mexico City add an extra challenge to the freestyle motocross elite as they perform their dazzling tricks off their airborne dirt bikes as they fly up to 15 meters high and up to 30 meters in distance. But they will once again be cheered on to ever more exciting tricks by the enthusiastic fans, who will be seeing the action for the eighth time since its debut in Mexico City in 2005. 
Sherwood's win in Mexico City in 2009 made him the youngest Red Bull X-Fighters winner ever at age 17 and he also won last year’s season opener here. Pagès took first place in Mexico in 2013, paving the way for his championship run. Rebeaud also won two times already, in 2006 and 2008 to start his world tour title run with a win in Mexico City and Spaniard Torres won in 2007. Reigning Red Bull X-Fighters World Tour champion Josh Sheehan of Australia will miss the first competition this year but will be back for the next four stops in an attempt to defend his title. 
Riders List Red Bull X-Fighters Mexico City: Levi Sherwood (NZL), Dany Torres (ESP), Tom Pagès (FRA), Mat Rebeaud (SUI), Rémi Bizouard (FRA), Adam Jones (USA), Clinton Moore (AUS), Javier Villegas (CHI), Brody Wilson (USA), Erick Ruiz (MEX), Jeremy Rouanet (FRA), Harry Bink (AUS) 
2015 Red Bull X-Fighters World Tour calendar: 
March 6 - Mexico City, Mexico 
June 12 - Athens, Greece 
July 10 - Madrid, Spain 
September 12 - Pretoria, South Africa 
October 30 –United Arab Emirates 
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Home advantage? Oman Sail teams set their sights high for Extreme Sailing Series™ Act 2 Muscat.
Oman is the most successful nation in the nine-year history of the Extreme Sailing Series™ and with less than a week to go before Act 2 of the 2015 global tour in Muscat, 11 – 14 March, the spotlight is inevitably on the home teams The Wave, Muscat and Oman Air. But is there really such a thing as home advantage? History would suggest there is. The Oman Sail teams have set the blueprint on this racecourse in previous years, winning on their home turf over the last three seasons, and with both teams looking to improve on their Act 1 performances, few would bet against them.

A regular on the Series since 2009, The Wave Muscat, led by British Olympian Leigh McMillan, have built themselves into a powerhouse in the world of Extreme 40 Stadium Racing. Joined on board by two-time British Olympic gold medallist Sarah Ayton as tactician, Extreme 40 heavy weights Ed Smyth and Pete Greenhalgh, as well as Omani national Nasser Al Mashari, the team has thrived in recent years on their home turf, winning the Muscat Act in both 2013 and 2014. In 2012 the Act honours went to fellow Omani syndicate Oman Air.

However, a shake up in the leaderboard after Act 1 Singapore sees defending Champions The Wave, Muscat on the back foot. Red Bull Sailing Team, spearheaded by Austrian double Olympic gold medal-winning duo Roman Hagara and Hans Peter Steinacher, took the Singapore event win followed by Danish team SAP Extreme Sailing Team who, returning for their fourth year on the circuit, turned their experience and potential into results.

Only just making it on to the podium in Act 1 Singapore, McMillan’s The Wave, Muscat are in third position going into Act 2 but history indicates that may be about to change.

“The last two years we have raced in two different venues in Muscat,” explains McMillan. “In 2013 at The Wave complex tucked inside the marina was much more close quarters and with it some very challenging situations. Last year we were at the new venue next to the golf course, it’s much more open water but potentially even trickier lighter winds. I’m not sure about home advantage but experience will give us an edge.“

On their performance in Act 1 McMillan adds, “Two teams got the better of us in Singapore, (Red Bull and SAP Extreme Sailing Team) but we hope to turn that in our favor in Oman and use it to stoke the fire. It’s not going to be easy, the guys just showed how hard it’s going to be to win this season.”

Another team brimming with potential this season, Oman Air, has a new crew onboard headed up by two-time British Olympian Stevie Morrison. Currently sitting fifth overall, Morrison is joined by fellow Team GB sailors Ed Powys and Nic Asher, and bringing some valuable Extreme 40 experience to the syndicate Australian Headsail Trimmer Ted Hackney and Omani Bowmen Ali Al Balashi. Although a relatively new crew Morrison isn’t feeling the pressure of home waters – quite the opposite.“It will be exciting to have the home crowd willing us on, I think the pressure we put on ourselves to perform is always high so the crowd will only spur us on. The Wave, Muscat, being the experienced crew, will carry the burden of needing to win – I’m starting to feel that maybe we can become the surprise package." Read more from Stevie here.

Heading to Omani waters for the first time after showing promise at Act 1 just four weeks ago, Lino Sonego Team Italia and Team Turx powered by Kaya Ropes, are on a steep learning curve as the new teams on the block – but both are more then ready to rise to the challenge. Extreme 40 veteran and class co-creator Mitch Booth who shares skipper duties with Edhem Dirvana on Team Turx powered by Kaya Ropes explains, “This season is a great mix of experienced teams and new rookies. It will be interesting to see who learns fastest during the year. We have set out with a goal to develop the team and try to improve each Act. If we can finish on the podium at one Act by the end of the year, we will be very happy.”

With up to eight races planned each day the action will kick off Wednesday 11 March with the official media day before the free to enter public Race Village opens from the Thursday 12 March. The Extreme 40 fleet will race in the circuit’s action packed ‘stadium’ from the Almouj Golf Club offering excellent spectator views of the racecourse from the Race Village for four days of champagne sailing conditions.

GAC Pindar (GBR)
Skipper/Helm: Seve Jarvin (AUS)
Tactician: Ian Williams (GBR)
Mainsail Trimmer: James Wierzbowski (AUS)
Headsail Trimmers: Marcus Ashley-Jones (AUS)
Bowman: Tyson Lamond (AUS)

Gazprom Team Russia (RUS)
Skipper/Tactician: Igor Lisovenko (RUS)
Helm: Phil Robertson (NZL)
Mainsail Trimmer: Garth Ellingham (NZL)
Headsail Trimmer: Alexander Bozhko (RUS)
Bowman: Aleksey Kulakov (RUS)

Lino Sonego Team Italia (ITA)
Skipper/Helm: Lorenzo Bressani (ITA)
Tactician: Enrico Zennaro (ITA)
Mainsail Trimmer: Stefano Ciampalini (ITA)
Headsail Trimmer: Gabriele Olivo (ITA)
Bowman: Tom Buggy (GBR)

Oman Air (OMA)
Skipper/Helm: Stevie Morrison (GBR)
Tactician: Nic Asher (GBR)
Mainsail Trimmer: Ed Powys (GBR)
Headsail Trimmer: Ted Hackney (AUS)
Bowmen: Ali Al Balashi (OMA)

Red Bull Sailing Team (AUT)
Skipper: Roman Hagara (AUT)
Helm: Jason Waterhouse (AUS)
Tactician: Hans Peter Steinacher (AUT)
Trimmer: Stewart Dodson (NZL)
Bowman: Shaun Mason (GBR)

SAP Extreme Sailing Team (DEN)
Co-Skipper/Helm: Jes Gram-Hansen (DEN)
Co-Skipper/Tactician: Rasmus Køstner (DEN)
Mainsail Trimmer: Mads Emil Stephensen (DEN)
Headsail Trimmer: Thierry Douillard (FRA)
Bowman: Brad Farrand (NZL)

Team Turx powered by Kaya Ropes (TUR)
Co-Skipper / Helm: Mitch Booth (AUS)
Co-Skipper / Floater: Edhem Dirvana (TUR)
Mainsail Trimmer: Selim Kakış (TUR)
Headsail Trimmer: Diogo Cayolla (POR)
Bowman: Matteo Auguadro (ITA)

The Wave, Muscat (OMA)
Skipper / Helm: Leigh McMillan (GBR)
Tactician: Sarah Ayton (GBR)
Mainsail Trimmer: Pete Greenhalgh (GBR)
Headsail Trimmer: Ed Smyth (NZL)
Bowman: Nasser Al Mashari (OMA)
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What happens when you put four French sailors, two Chinese, one Swede, and an Irishman together on a carbon speed machine?
Sounds like a corny joke, it isn’t…
Ireland’s top sailor Damian Foxall is the latest recruit to Dongfeng Race Team and what does he love most? In a nutshell, offshore racing and going fast, making him the perfect candidate to join the crew on what is, undoubtedly, the toughest and longest leg (6,776nm) of the Volvo Ocean Race. Ahead for the determined men of Dongfeng Race team, as the race heads into the dangerous Southern Ocean, are freezing temperatures and the risk of ice, huge waves and storm force winds – it will be a new and different experience for the Chinese sailors.

Damian has competed in four Volvo Ocean Races so far, racing with Charles Caudrelier on board the winning Groupama sailing team last time. “I am delighted to be back ‘in the saddle’, this will be the tenth round the world event that I will be involved with and my eighth rounding of Cape Horn,” said Foxall. “It is a privilege to have the opportunity to join Charles and the boys onboard Dongfeng who have been doing such an exemplary job. My role is to fit in as seamlessly as possible and to bring the benefit of a fresh person to the team. It is hard to overstate the difficulty of the Volvo Ocean Race for the sailors and teams, the longest sporting event in any sport, and it is exactly this, the duration, that makes it so hard. A planned rotation of the crew at key times has become a crucial part of any successful teams strategy.”

Setting speed records runs in his blood – Round The World Non-Stop, as a crew member of maxi-catamaran Cheyenne in 2004 and 10 years later another speed record racing around Britain and Ireland on the MOD 70 trimaran Oman Sail. There’s not much Damian hasn’t done when it comes to sailing but the choice of Foxall for leg 5 from Auckland to Itajai, Brazil also comes down to his own solo and short-handed race experience. Three goes and a leg win at the annual Solitaire du Figaro in the late 1990’s (the unofficial world championship of solo sailing that Charles won in 2004) and victory in the two-handed Barcelona World Race in 2008, ensures Damian’s skill set matches those of his French teammates. Damian will replace Thomas Rouxel on this leg, continuing the crew rotation plan set by Charles to ensure his 8-man crew are fighting fit and bringing fresh energy into the team.

Navigator, Pascal Bidegorry, is back and will undoubtedly find the Southern Ocean leg less painful than being stuck on land as he was for leg 4. And Charles has decided, once again, to take Chinese sailors Yang Jiru (Wolf) and, hopefully, Chen Jin Hao (Horace), although some doubt remains over Horace’s fitness and will be decided next week subject to a decision by our team physio: “For this next leg, I need the most experienced and strongest crew – both physically and mentally – and I know that Wolf and Horace are the right guys to cope with this ‘endurance’ leg,” said Charles. “It is going to be a tough, freezing cold, big seas and strong winds – only the toughest sailors can endure it. But there is time for Black, Kit, Leo and Kong to get their chance again on later legs.”

Yann Riou is also expected to return for this leg as Dongfeng’s Onboard Reporter.

Leg 5 crew list – Auckland (NZL) to Itajai (BRA), (at least) 6,776nm:
Charles Caudrelier (FRA)

Pascal Bidegorry (FRA) 

Martin Strömberg (SWE)

Eric Peron (FRA) 

Kevin Escoffier (FRA)

Damian Foxall (IRE) 

Yang Jiru (CHN)

8th (Chinese) crew to be decided
Onboard Reporter: Yann Riou (FRA)

Damian Foxall:
Four Volvo Ocean Race appearances
2001-02 (Tyco)
2005-06 (Ericsson)
2008-09 (Green Dragon)
2011-12 (Groupama sailing team)
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Mexico's 'Dance of the Flyers' meets flying Red Bull X-Fighters.
Red Bull X-Fighters Mat Rebeaud, Brody Wilson and Harry Bink showed their high-flying freestyle motocross tricks alongside an ancient "Dance of the Flyers“ ceremony, a ritual created to appease the gods during a drought while Red Bull X-Fighters was created to just to please the crowds.
MEXICO CITY (MEXICO) Mat Rebeaud of Switzerland, Australian Harry Bink and Brody Wilson of the United States performed some modern-day Freestyle Motocross tricks as part of a high-flying warm-up for the 2015 Red Bull X-Fighters World Tour opener in Mexico City on Friday alongside the traditional "pole flyers" just outside Mexico City. The spectacular "Danza de los Voladores" ceremony consists of four airborne people spinning upside down around a 30-meter-high pole with their feet are tied to the pole by ropes as they descend to the ground.  While the dance along with Mexico's famous ancient Pyramids of the Sun nearby symbolized the country's rich heritage, the Red Bull X-Fighters embody everything modern about Mexico.

The riders of the 2015 Red Bull X-Fighters World Tour will push their tricks to the limits in Mexico City in the Plaza de Toros Monumental bullring, where they jump up to 30 meters in distance and 15 meters high. The world's best FMX athletes - including former World Tour champions Tom Pagès of France (2013), Levi Sherwood of New Zealand (2012), Spain's Dany Torres (2011) and Mat Rebeaud (2008) -  will be displaying dazzling new tricks perfected during the winter at the season opener.
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2015 FLEET RACING TOUR Series - Road to Rio edition on Outdoor Sport Channel®. The Fleet Racing Tour is the premier Olympic Sailing series with the participation of the top medalists, racing in 3 continents. The series includes regattas from different classes in order to give a flavour of the different racing tactics and types in the Olympics. 
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2015 INSIDE SAILING Series on Outdoor Sport Channel®.
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Founded in 2008, is now active in 45 countries in all continents with more than 25 employees and offices & partners in Athens, Istanbul, Incheon and Rio De Janeiro. In 2011, Icarus Sailing Media won the “Rising Star Award” from the Enterprise European Network for its innovative business model. Sample episode: 
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