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Red Bull Crashed Ice Returns
- NOV 4, 2010
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- 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 expect to see when the Red Bull Crashed Ice World Championship returns...
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