Teutonia - The Scariest Downhill of Your Life

This November, the IGSA’s fastest track will again be invaded for the 11th time in its history by downhill enthusiasts all over the world. Teutonia, Brazil is recognized as the wildest longboard race in the world but it's not because the track is insanely fast, the incredible rough and bad pavement makes it so scary - there is always those little holes in the road that you need to run over - and you need it to do it really fast. Up until three years ago, IGSA didn't allow events with speed higher than 60 mph because of the safety issues. Now , with speeds reaching 72 mph (116 km/h) on a narrow and almost straight hill, it's one of the events where everybody wants to be and the only event that's not about beating others but your limits. Check it out.
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Teutonia, Brazil - Upper Pro Teutonia will be the 11th edition of the Fastest Race in the World and will take place at Teutonia, Brazil this November 7th, 8th and 9th 2014. It’s the 7th year in a row that this race has been hosted in the IGSA World Cup Series and is one of the most expected races in the whole universe. 

"you feel like a cannonball being shot down the road"

The promotion of the race goes this time to UPPER SKATE DOC, a new skate magazine that is promising to elevate Skate Documentaries to a new level in South Brazil. Priority registrations will open September 12th as organizers are expecting riders from all over the planet so check IGSA website for updates.

Teutonia attracts a lot of spectators each year

your stop to the way up

Confirmed Riders

Brazilian Carlos Paixão is the defending Champion and after winning the 2014 IGSA World Championship at Padova Italy, he is looking for clinch the IGSA World Cup Series at his defending title. Street Luge Champion, American Frank Williams and Abdil Mazdhan from Malaysia are in contact to attend the fastest race in the world again and challenge Brazilian World Champions Walter Baresi and Alexandre Machado.

Start - Say Your Prayers.....

and pray all the way down

Last year IGSA Champion at the Bonelli NorAM, American A.J. Haiby who crashed in Teutonia last year after 2 days of fast riding is looking for return together with Master Scott Lembach that finished on podium last year.

you do not wanna fall down at 70 mph

This is downhill racing at its best. Nowhere in the world you will feel such adrenaline rush literally pumping your veins. One bad fall and you are on your way to the hospital. One mistake and your chances to win are lost. Teutonia is one of the scariest and most memorable downhill races on the planet. Don’t miss it, you won't regret it!

Photos: © IGSA & YouTube, copyright applied.

Source: http://www.igsaworldcup.com

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