X-Pyr 2018 – Final selection list

17 countries, 40 teams

Chrigel Maurer: 5 times RedBull X-Alps winner (2009-2017) ; X-Pyr 2014-2016 winner
Toma Coconea: RedBull X-Alps 2007, 2011 2nd. Only participant in all X-Alps editions. X-Pyr 2014, 3rd
Aaron Durogati: Winner of PWC Superfinal: 2012 & 2016 ; X-Alps 2013, 7th; X-Alps 2015 6th
Félix Rodríguez:  Multiple PWC comps winner, multiple times Acro world champion, multiple times Spanish champion
Stanislav Mayer: 
 X-Pyr 2016, 2nd, X-Pyr 2014, 4th, X-Alps 2015, 12th, X-Alps 2'17 10th
Maxime Pinot: Winner of PWC 2014 Superfinal, PWC France 2016 winner; Bornes to Fly 2016, 2nd
Nelson de Freyman: X-Alps 2015: 11th; X-Alps 2017: 12th
Michal Krysta: X-Alps 2013, 19th, X-Pyr 2014 8th
José Ignacio Arévalo: X-Pyr 2016, 4th, X-Pyr 2014: 11th

Full list

Australia
Haydon Gray

Austria
Gerald Gold
Gerald Kernstock
Lukas Thöni

Czech Republic
Stanislav Mayer

France
Cyriaque Wagner Ballon
Edouard Potel
Maxime Pinot
Nelson de Freyman

Germany
Ferdinand Vogel
Lars Budack
Michael Muhlbach
Patrick Sieber

Italy
Aaron Durogati
Daniel Perger
Isidor Fink
Ivan Centa

Mexico
Eduardo Garza

Netherlands
Fons de Leeuw

Portugal
Joao Veiga Rodrigues

Romania
Francu Claudiu
Toma Coconea

Slovakia
Juraj Koreñ

Slovenia
Zlatko Koren

Spain
Antonio Ramos
Félix Rodriguez
José Ignacio Arévalo
José Isidro Gordito
Luis Linde
Mario Moreno

Switzerland
Adrian Keller
Christian Maurer
Fabian Umbricht
Samuel Vurpillot

Turkey
Dora Goksal

United Kingdom
Alistair Andrews
Steve Bramfitt
Wesley Murch

United States
Ben Abruzzo
Jeff Shapiro
Jesse Williams

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