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Red Bull: New Year. No Limits. 2010: World Record Practice Jump
- DEC 19, 2010
- Levi LaVallee
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- Levi LaVallee jumped an incredible 361 feet while preparing for his Red Bull: New Year. No Limits. world record snowmobile distance jump in San Diego. Unfortunately, Levi was injured shortly thereafter and as a result, the December 31 event has been canceled. But as the 361-foot jump eclipsed the existing record by 60 feet, it will be submitted for world record certification. Levi expects to make a full recovery.
The first day of competition at X Games Aspen saw Levi LaVallee return to the top of the Snowmobile Freestyle podium, while Mark McMorris finished first in Snowboard Slopestyle Elimination.
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