The Hahnenkamm in Kitzbühel is home to one of the world’s most famous ski slopes, the Streif. With a gradient of up to 85 per cent it’s regarded as the toughest downhill in the world.
And so naturally, runners being runners, thought they should give it a go too, minus the snow.
Now in it’s 4th year the Inov-8 Descent Race sees runners navigate their way through slalom gates down the 350m course.
Britta Sendlhofer, the marketing manager at Inov-8 helps to run the event and has competed in it several times.
“People think running downhill is easy but [it’s] equally breathtaking [as uphill], especially when it’s so technical and demanding on the
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