X-Pyr 2020 – List of Selected Teams

45 teams from 22 countries
An awesome level

Maxime Pinot: RedBull X-Alps 2019, 2nd; X-Pyr 2018, 2nd, Winner of PWC 2014 Superfinal, PWC France 2016 winner; Bornes to Fly 2018, winner, Bornes to Fly 2016, 2nd, 
Toma Coconea: RedBull X-Alps 2007, 2011 2nd. Only participant in all X-Alps editions. X-Pyr 2014, 3rd, X-Pyr 2018, 11th
Stanislav Mayer:  X-Pyr 2018, 3rd; X-Pyr 2016, 2nd, X-Pyr 2014, 4th; X-Alps 2015, 12th; X-Alps 2017 10th
Nelson de Freyman: X-Alps 2015: 11th; X-Alps 2017: 12th
José Ignacio Arévalo: X-Pyr 2018, 9th, X-Pyr 2016, 4th, X-Pyr 2014: 11th
Damien Lacaze: Expert adventurer, Himalaya's CAP with Antoine Girard
Manuel Nübel: X-Alps 2019, 5th, X-Alps 2015, 9th
Simon Oberrauner:
X-Alps 2017, 5th, X-Alps 2019 6th
Pierre Remy:
PWCA Super Final 2018 Winner, Multiple PWCA comps winner
Jakub Beňo:
X-Pyr 2012, 3rd, X-Pyr 2014, 6th.

Full list

Australia
Shane Tighe

Austria
Andreas Viehböck
Helmut Schrempf
Simon Oberrauner

Brasil
João Pedro Simonsen

Czech Republic
Stanislav Mayer

France
Damien Lacaze
François Perie
Frédéric Juvaux
Martin Beaujouan
Maxime Pinot
Nelson de Freyman
Pierre Remy

Germany
Manuel Nübel
Patrick Sieber

Israel
Eliya Soar Zemmour

Italy
Pier Paolo Role Romano

Mexico
David Liaño

Netherlands
Paul de Boer

New Zealand
Kinga Masztalerz

Norway
Dagfinn Graneng

Philippines
William Pardis

Poland
Dominika Kasieczko
Michal Gierlach

Romania
Bogdan Tudor Selever
Toma Coconea

Russia
Andrei Mashak

Slovakia
Jakub Beňo
Juraj Koreñ

Spain
Antonio Ramos
Jordi Vilalta
José Ignacio Arévalo
Luis Linde
Manuel Bustos
Máximo Vela
Sergi Claret

Switzerland
Christoph Fässler
Hanes Kämpf
Fabian Umbricht
Samuel Vurpillot

Turkey
Baris Celik

United Kingdom
Greg Hamerton
James Hope-Lang

United States
Cedar Wright
Mitchel Riley

 

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1 Comment

  1. Go Jonny Simonsen!!!

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