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- When it's this cold you don't even need a track! Temperatures in excess of -20°C greeted the athletes in Moscow ahead of the third stop in the Red Bull Crashed Ice World Championship. Russian Andrey Lavrov and Swiss Claudio Caluori took the opportunity to skate down a sidewalk in front of the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour...
Crash course in Red Bull Crashed Ice Quebec 2012-03-16
An explanation of the most challenging and exciting Red Bull Crashed Ice track of the year for the 2012 final in Quebec from ice cross downhill expert Claudio Caluori.
Red Bull Crashed Ice Review 2011-04-06
From Munich to Quebec, via Valkenburg and Moscow, the Red Bull Crashed Ice World Championship 2011 saw the continued emergence of ice cross downhill. Descending hundreds of metres of ice in front of...
The 2011 World Championship concludes in Quebec City – a city steeped in ice cross downhill history. In the sport’s spiritual home, two Championship contenders, Canada’s Kyle Croxall and Finland's...
Highlights of Red Bull Crashed Ice Moscow 2011-02-28
Highlights from the third stop in the Red Bull Crashed Ice World Championship 2011...
Claudio's Crashed Course: Moscow Special 2011-02-25
Red Bull Crashed Ice expert Claudio Caluori takes us for a spin around the 500-metre ice track in Moscow...
Red Bull Crashed Ice: City Slickers 2011-02-25
It's next stop Moscow in the Red Bull Crashed Ice World Championship on Saturday. Here's all you need to know about Russia's historic capital city...