Red Bull Crashed Ice takes some of the best and toughest ice-hockey players in the world, a sizzling atmosphere, stunning surroundings, tonnes of steel, a huge cooling system and thousands of square metres of frozen water. The result? Since the first ever race back in 2001, Red Bull Crashed Ice has developed to become the most breathtaking winter sports event in the world. Ice-hockey aces hurtle down courses up to 500 metres in length in groups of four, shoulder to shoulder, as they fight it out for victory. The whole race is held on a steep downhill track dotted with chicanes, jumps and rollers. Pushing, sliding, sprinting and wrangling are all on the menu as the athletes race down the course, but the rules are, in fact, very simple: first to the bottom wins.
The 2011 Red Bull Crashed Ice World Championship is an incredibly exciting broadcast event, featuring the athleticism, speed and excitement of the sport of Ice Cross Downhill.
The broadcasts for this year’s races including the season finale in Quebec City on March 19 are listed below. Tune in to be apart of the action and witness history in the making.
January 15 - Munich, Germany @ 9:30pm EST on TSN2
February 5 - Valkenburg, Netherlands @ 9:30pm EST on TSN
February 26 - Moscow, Russia LIVE @ 10:30am EST on TSN / 10:45am TSN2
March 19 - Quebec City LIVE – World Championship @ 8:30pm EST on TSN
Local listings are available on TSN.ca (http://www.tsn.ca/tsn2/schedule/?channel=tsn2&date=01-24-2011&tz=0)
March 2 - Munich, Germany @ 8pm EST
March 7 - Valkenburg, Netherlands @ 8pm EST
March 14 - Moscow, Russia @ 8:30pm EST
March 19 - Quebec City LIVE – World Championship@ 8:30pm EST
Detailed schedule is available at RDS.ca (http://www.rds.ca/surnosondes/)
You can watch all the races of the 2011 Red Bull Crashed Ice World Championship LIVE on redbull.com/tv.