Scots daredevils racing to take part in wacky ski race
The Red Bull Homerun has attracted daredevils from around the globe for the past 10 years.
Adrenaline junkies are being urged to sign up to a ski race taking place in Scotland for the first time.
The Red Bull Homerun has attracted daredevils to Sweden and Andorra for the past decade.
It is now set to make its debut on UK snow at Glencoe Mountain Resort.
The event, which takes place on March 13, will see 300 competitors making a Le-Mans style mass sprint to grab their skis and snowboards, before clipping in for a top-to-bottom downwards dash.
Among those taking part will be one of Britain's top freeskiers, Paddy Graham.
The Red Bull athlete said: "Personally, I've never prepared for any kind of race as a freestyle skier or had to work on a sprinting technique, but that's just one of the things that makes the Red Bull Homerun stand out, being my first.
"I know I'll have 299 other people trying to beat me, so I'll be doing everything possible to make sure I'm the quickest out of the blocks come race day.
"This is a unique race and Glencoe is the perfect place to host the UK's first edition of the Red Bull Homerun, I can't wait to test out my technique."