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- They don't call it the 'Battlefield' for nothing! A hairpin turn midway through the 353-metre long course was where many fights were won and lost.
by Scott Croxall
Going into this weekend's final World Championship event of 2012 we will be racing on my home ice in Quebec City, Canada...
Speed, balance and physical fitness are the basic attributes for any athlete competing in Red Bull Crashed Ice, but tactics also play a part for the elite of ice cross downhill. Learn how being able...
by Kyle Croxall
My brother and I have landed in Sweden and we're just waiting until Friday to do our practice runs. I'm happy with my performances and hope to keep on winning...
A dramatic skate-off saw Kyle Croxall emerge victorious from a heated battle involving the Canadian skater, his brother, Scott, and the 2011 World Champion, Arttu Pihlainen...
After twelve years of ice cross downhill competitions around the world, Red Bull Crashed Ice World Championship returns in 2012 with its most exciting calendar to date. Starting with St. Paul,...
Best of Red Bull Crashed Ice Munich 2011-01-16
Check out the best action as athletes from 21 nations raced at blinding speeds down a 353-metre long ice track in front of 23,000 spectators in Munich's historic Olympic Park for the 2011 debut of...