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The Final Crash in Munich
- JAN 17, 2010
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- Munich’s Olympic Park was packed to the rafters on Saturday night as the first stop of the Red Bull Crashed Ice World Championship 2010 came to town. A total of 64 athletes in the final representing 20 nations plunged down a course nearly a quarter-mile long dotted with jumps, rollers and chicanes in full ice hockey gear. Germany’s Martin Niefnecker secured a sensational victory in front of 50,000 fans despite temperatures well below freezing.
Red Bull Crashed Ice puts four athletes on skates on a 1,300-foot undulating and winding track of ice. It's unlike any other sport on the planet, and it hits St. Paul, Minnesota on Saturday, January...
Kyle Croxall Skates to Victory in Munich Jan 17, 2011
Red Bull Crashed Ice 2011 kicked off in Munich over the weekend, with Kyle Croxall crossing the line as the fastest skater of the day. Finishing in the runner-up position in 2010, Croxall has staked...
Martin Niefnecker, winner of Red Bull Crashed Ice in 2010, is ready to defend his title at the kickoff of the 2011 World Championship in Munich this Saturday, January 15th. The German ice-cross...
Red Bull Crashed Ice Returns Nov 4, 2010
With the national qualifiers now in full swing and the countdown to the first event in Munich on January 15 having officially begun, here's a slice – a very small one mind you – of the action you can...
Red Bull Crashed Ice: The Final Showdown Mar 22, 2010
More than 120,000 fans crowded the streets of Quebec City in Canada to see the final of the inaugural Red Bull Crashed Ice World Championship. Sixty-four of the world's fastest Ice Cross Downhill...