Red Bull Art of Motion

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Red Bull Art of Motion is competition labeled as a freerunning competition held in various countries, including England, Kuwait,[1] the US,[2][3] and Sweden.[4] Judging of the event is based on several criteria including creativity, flow, execution, and difficulty. [5]

  • The Red Bull athletes:
    • United Kingdom Ryan Doyle
    • Germany Jason Paul
    • Latvia Pavel Petkuns
    • Kuwait Mohammad Al Attar

Previous winners[edit]

Year Date Place Champion Second Third Best Trick
2007 6 October Austria Vienna,Austria United Kingdom Ryan Doyle United States Victor Lopez Sweden Marcus Gustafsson United Kingdom Ryan Doyle
2009 22 May Austria Vienna,Austria United Kingdom Paul Joseph United Kingdom Tim Shieff Sweden Marcus Gustafsson Bulgaria Delyan Dimitrov
2009 22 August Sweden Helsinborg,Sweden Bulgaria Delyan Dimitrov Germany Jason Paul United Kingdom Tim Shieff Bulgaria Delyan Dimitrov
2010 7 May Austria Vienna,Austria Germany Jason Paul France Yoann Leroux Latvia Pavel Petkuns Latvia Pavel Petkuns
2010 11 September United States Tampa,USA France Yoann Leroux Germany Jason Paul United States Kyle Mendoza United States Marvin Ross
2010 17 September United States Boston,USA Germany Jason Paul United Kingdom Ryan Doyle Sweden Marcus Gustafsson Germany Jason Paul
2011 20 March United Kingdom London,Great Britain United Kingdom Tim Shieff Sweden Marcus Gustafsson United Kingdom Ryan Doyle Russia Erik Mukhametshin
2011 30 July Japan Yokohama,Japan Germany Jason Paul Latvia Pavel Petkuns United Kingdom Kie Willis United Kingdom Kie Willis
2011 13 August Brazil São Paulo, Brazil United Kingdom Ryan Doyle Germany Jason Paul United Kingdom Tim Shieff Sweden Cato Aspmo
2011 28 August United States Detroit, USA Sweden Marcus Gustafsson United Kingdom Tim Shieff United Kingdom Pip Andersen United States Marvin Ross
2011 9 October Greece Santorini,Greece Latvia Pavel Petkuns France Yoann Leroux Belgium Gaetan Bouillet Spain Paulo Tavares
2012 8 September Switzerland Lavertezzo,Switzerland Latvia Pavel Petkuns Latvia Slava Petin United States Josh Yadon Latvia Pavel Petkuns
2012 28 September Greece Santorini,Greece Latvia Pavel Petkuns Sweden Marcus Gustafsson Germany Jason Paul Russia Alexander Zyulev
2013 14 September Greece Santorini,Greece United States Cory DeMeyers Russia Alexander Baiturin United States Jesse La Flair United States Jesse La Flair
2014 4 October Greece Santorini,Greece Greece Dimitris Kyrsanidis Latvia Pavel Petkuns Russia Alexander Baiturin Russia Alexander Baiturin
2015 3 October Greece Santorini,Greece

Video Competition 2011[edit]

Kuwait Failaka Island, Kuwait

Champion Second Third
Team Warbah Team Qaruh Team Miskan
United Kingdom Tim Shieff United Kingdom Ryan Doyle Austria Tunc Uysaler
United Kingdom Will Sutton United Kingdom Kie Willis Thailand Anan Anwar
Spain Sergio Cora Australia Shane Wood United States Justin Sheaffer
Switzerland Kevin Fluri United States Vinnie Coryell Kuwait Mohammad Al Attar

Best Trick Table[edit]

Place Country Number
1 Russia Russia 3
1 United States USA 3
3 United Kingdom Great Britain 2
3 Bulgaria Bulgaria 2
3 Latvia Latvia 2
6 Sweden Sweden 1
6 Spain Spain 1
6 Germany Germany 1

Medal table (Countries)[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 United Kingdom Great Britain 4 3 5 12
2 Germany Germany 3 3 1 7
2 Latvia Latvia 3 3 1 7
4 Sweden Sweden 1 2 3 6
5 France France 1 2 0 3
6 United States USA 1 1 3 5
7 Bulgaria Bulgaria 1 0 0 1
7 Greece Greece 1 0 0 1
9 Russia Russia 0 1 1 2
10 Belgium Belgium 0 0 1 1
Total 15 15 15 45

Medal table (Athletes)[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Germany Jason Paul 3 3 1 7
2 Latvia Pavel Petkuns 3 2 1 6
3 United Kingdom Ryan Doyle 2 0 1 3
4 Sweden Marcus Gustafsson 1 2 3 6
5 United Kingdom Tim Shieff 1 2 2 5
6 France Yoann Leroux 1 2 0 3
7 Bulgaria Delyan Dimitrov 1 0 0 1
7 Greece Dimitris Kyrsanidis 1 0 0 1
7 United States Cory DeMeyers 1 0 0 1
7 United Kingdom Paul Joseph 1 0 0 1
11 United Kingdom Pip Andersen 0 1 1 2
11 Russia Alexander Baiturin 0 1 1 2
13 United States Victor Lopez 0 1 0 1
13 Latvia Slava Petin 0 1 0 1
15 United Kingdom Kie Willis 0 0 1 1
15 United States Kyle Mendoza 0 0 1 1
15 Belgium Gaetan Bouillet 0 0 1 1
15 United States Josh Yadon 0 0 1 1
15 United States Jesse La Flair 0 0 1 1
Total 15 15 15 45

Red Bull AOM in Santorini (2012-2015)[edit]

  • 2012
  • Rules.In the first run involved 21 athletes, where, after judicial decisions go into the final eight athletes who automatically get to the next AOM

Participating athletes: Finalists last AOM 2011

Name
United Kingdom Pip Andersen
Latvia Pavel Petkuns
United Kingdom Kie Willis
United Kingdom Tim Shieff
Portugal Luis Alkmim
Sweden Markus Gustafsson
France Yoann Leroux
United Kingdom Ryan Doyle
Germany Jason Paul
United States Josh Yadon

Online qualification (Men)

Name
Russia Alexander Zyulev
Switzerland Kevin Fluri
Latvia Slava Petin
Brazil Paulo Victor Freitas

Online qualification (Women)

Name
United States Erica Madrid
Austria Pamela Forster
United States Luci Romberg

Selected in Santorini

Name
Switzerland Jesse Peveril
United States Cory DeMeyers
Greece Sergios Doumanis
United Kingdom Nathan Jones

First Run

Place Athlete Points
1 Latvia Pavel Petkuns 449
2 Sweden Marcus Gustafsson 434
3 United Kingdom Ryan Doyle 432
4 France Yoann Leroux 430
5 Portugal Luis Alkmim 423
5 Russia Alexander Zyulev 423
7 Germany Jason Paul 421
8 United States Luci Romberg 416
9 United States Cory DeMeyers 412
10 United Kingdom Tim Shieff 409
11 United Kingdom Kie Willis 405
12 United States Josh Yadon 404
12 United Kingdom Pip Andersen 404
14 Brazil Paulo Victor Freitas 397
15 Greece Sergios Doumanis 395
16 Latvia Slava Petin 384
17 Switzerland Kevin Fluri 382
18 United Kingdom Nathan Jones 370
19 Austria Pamela Forster 351
20 Switzerland Jesse Peveril 344
21 United States Erica Madrid 308
  • Green color indicates athletes who have reached the final, and automatically come to the AOM 2013

Final Run

Place Athlete Points
1 Latvia Pavel Petkuns 455
2 Sweden Marcus Gustafsson 436
3 Germany Jason Paul* 434
4 France Yoann Leroux 419
5 Portugal Luis Alkmim 404
6 Russia Alexander Zyulev 401
7 United States Luci Romberg* 372
8 United Kingdom Ryan Doyle* 366

(*) - The athletes did not participate on the AOM 2013

  • 2013
  • Rules.In the first run involved 18 athletes, where, after judicial decisions go into the final eight athletes who automatically get to the next AOM

Online qualification (Men)

Name
Netherlands Bart van der Linden
Greece Dimitris Kyrsanidis
United States Cory DeMeyers
United States Vincent Coryell

Online qualification (Women)

Name
United States Erica Madrid
Austria Pamela Forster
Russia Aleksandra Shevchenko

Selected in Santorini

Name
Russia Alexander Baiturin
Switzerland Joel Eggimann
United States Jesse La Flair
Latvia Stanislav Lazdans
United Kingdom Luke Madigan
Greece Daniel Mircea

First Run

Place Athlete Points
1 United States Jesse La Flair 517
2 United States Cory DeMeyers 463
3 Switzerland Joel Eggimann 456
4 Latvia Stanislav Lazdans 452
5 Greece Dimitris Kyrsanidis 451
6 Greece Daniel Mircea 450
7 Russia Alexander Baiturin 432
8 France Yoann Leroux 426
9 United Kingdom Luke Madigan 419
10 United States Vincent Coryell 412
11 Netherlands Bart van der Linden 404
12 Portugal Luis Alkmim 401
12 Russia Alexander Zyulev 400
14 Sweden Marcus Gustafsson 398
15 Russia Aleksandra Shevchenko 378
15 Austria Pamela Forster 378
17 United States Erika Madrid 351
18 Latvia Pavel Petkuns Injury
  • Green color indicates athletes who have reached the final, and automatically come to the AOM 2014

Final Run

Place Athlete Points
1 United States Cory DeMeyers 449
2 Russia Alexander Baiturin 447
3 United States Jesse La Flair 443
4 France Yoann Leroux 412
5 Switzerland Joel Eggimann 389
6 Latvia Stanislav Lazdans 382
7 Greece Dimitris Kyrsanidis 381
8 Greece Daniel Mircea 378
  • 2014
  • Rules. 18 athletes are divided into 3 groups of 6. After the first run from each group 2 of the best athletes in the final, and automatically get the next AOM.

Online qualification (Men)

Name
Russia Zelimkhan Dzhabrailov
Latvia Pavel Petkuns
Austria Alexander Schauer

Online qualification (Women)

Name
United States Luci Romberg
Austria Pamela Forster
Russia Aleksandra Shevchenko

Selected in Santorini

Name
Spain Pedro Leon
Poland Kamil Tobiasz
Greece Alexandros Bilionis
Switzerland Jesse Peveril

First Run

  • Group 1
Place Athlete Points
1 Switzerland Jesse Peveril 471
2 Austria Alexander Schauer 445
3 United States Cory DeMeyers 439
4 Latvia Stanislav Lazdans 438
5 Greece Daniel Mircea 396
6 Austria Pamela Forster 373
  • Group 2
Place Athlete Points
1 Greece Dimitris Kyrsanidis 486
2 Russia Alexander Baiturin 480
3 United States Luci Romberg 466
4 Spain Pedro Leon 464
5 Russia Zelimkhan Dzhabrailov 452
6 Switzerland Joel Eggimann 449
  • Group 3
Place Athlete Points
1 France Yoann Leroux 460
2 Latvia Pavel Petkuns 454
3 United States Jesse La Flair 453
4 Poland Kamil Tobiasz 434
5 Greece Alexandros Bilionis 429
6 Russia Aleksandra Shevchenko 391
  • Green color indicates athletes who have reached the final, and automatically come to the AOM 2015

Final Run

Place Athlete Points
1 Greece Dimitris Kyrsanidis 494
2 Latvia Pavel Petkuns 484
3 Russia Alexander Baiturin 465
4 France Yoann Leroux 464
5 Switzerland Jesse Peveril 429
6 Austria Alexander Schauer 374
  • 2015

Online qualification (4 men & 3 women). From 3 to August 9, 2015 announced the winners of each day in the online qualification.

Date Name Man/Woman
3 August
4 August
5 August
6 August
7 August
8 August
9 August
  • August 16, 2015 determine the winner of the Audience Award in the online selection which will be paid for flights and accommodation for qualifying for the location October 1, 2015 in Santorini

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Manx free-runner Will Sutton wins Kuwait competition". BBC News:. 21 November 2011. Retrieved 9 December 2011. 
  2. ^ "Event to turn Detroit into urban obstacle course". Houston Chronicle. 26 August 2011. Retrieved 9 December 2011. 
  3. ^ "Mesquite Nevada Online News Source Mesquite Citizen Journal". Mesquitecitizen.com. 21 November 2011. Retrieved 12 December 2011. 
  4. ^ "Art of Motion - Creativity Events". Red Bull. Retrieved 12 December 2011. 
  5. ^ "Red Bull TV - Red Bull Art of Motion 2013". Red Bull. 14 September 2013. Retrieved 15 September 2013. 

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