Author: Jason Morgan

Posted On: September 5th, 2014

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All we can say is WOW! Ok we have more to say than that but wow Red Bull Korea has done it again! We are excited to see the Media and Action Sports Powerhouse helping take Martial Arts Tricking to the next level of recognition with events like these. Shout out to all of the Athletes who traveled from around the world to compete. Unfortunately Hyper Pro Jacob Pinto suffered an injury prior to the event and was unable to compete. Although if you spot him on the sidelines in the videos it doesn’t seem to have stopped his enthusiasm and excitement to being there and cheering everyone on. Check out the first video post from the Red Bull Team and some of the Amazing Photos including the one below of Andrew Franklin. Congrats to Ingun aka “Kick Gun” for winning this year’s Event!

One-on-One Tricking Battle – Red Bull Kick It 2014

Check out the Best Pictures Series from Red Bull Media

Highlights of Winner “The King of Kicks” In-gun a.k.a. Kick-gun

Red Bull Kick It Winner Ingun Yoo “Kick-Gun”

Photos courtesy of RedBull Content Pool
Red Bull Kick It Official Website