The steepest 400m race in the world, Red Bull 400, makes its return to Canada for the World Championships.
Testing both speed and endurance, this race challenges runners with 400 metres on a 37 degree incline from the bottom of a ski jump, straight to the top.
Don’t let the simplicity of the concept fool you, runners will push themselves to the limit with this punishing 400m climb up on their hands and knees.
Hill size: 140m
Built in: 2007
|Robyn Mildred||CAN||4m 45.00s|
|Kieran Lumb||CAN||3m 48.39s|
Whistler is the first location to host the World Championships outside of Europe.
|Full Distance Men|
|2018||Kieran Lumb/CAN||3m 54.00s|
|2016||Kieran Lumb/CAN||3m 48.39s|
|2015||Brandon Crichton/CAN||3m 53.21s|
|Full Distance Women|
|2018||Robyn Mildren/CAN||4m 45.00s|
|2016||Rachel McBride/CAN||4m 56.58s|
|2015||Zoe Dawson/CAN||5m 08.12s|