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- Levi's recovery from his 2010 horror crash | Red Bull: New Year. No Limits. 2011
Levi's recovery from his 2010 horror crash | Red Bull: New Year. No Limits. 2011
- DEC 6, 2011
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- During the final day of practicing ahead of last year's Red Bull: New Year. No Limits. freestyle snowmobile ace Levi LaVallee suffered a brutal crash which resulted in a multitude of broken bones and an extensive stay in hospital. In this clip, Levi talks about his amazing recovery and about Red Bull: New Year. No Limits. 2011, where he and FMX icon Robbie Maddison will try to break the distance jump records by clearing a 300ft water gap at Embarcadero Marina Park, San Diego Bay, simultaneously on New Year's Eve...
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Levi LaVallee jumped an incredible 361 feet while preparing for his Red Bull: New Year. No Limits. world record snowmobile jump in San Diego. Unfortunately, Levi was injured shortly afterwards and,...