How Croxall plans to defend his Ice Cross Downhill World Championship title

How Croxall plans to defend his Ice Cross Downhill World Championship title

Scott Croxall won the 2015 Ice Cross Downhill World Championship in style, laying the foundation for the best season of his seven-year Red Bull Crashed Ice career with lots of hard work and focus in the off-season. Croxall will try to replicate his success in the 2016 season with the same off-season strategy he used last year -- staying fresh and in top shape with lots of grueling water sports training in the summer before resuming sport-specific ice cross downhill training in the fall. Read Full Story
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Croxall takes title back for Canada

Croxall takes title back for Canada

Scott Croxall clinched the 2015 Ice Cross Downhill World Championship with his second place finish in the season finale in Edmonton on Saturday, restoring Canada’s national pride in the world’s fastest sport on skates after a two-year drought at the top while American Cameron Naasz won the race in front of 70,000 spectators. Read Full Story
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Living the Dream takes team title with win in Edmonton

Living the Dream takes team title with win in Edmonton


Scott Croxall’s Living the Dream team came from far behind in the standings to win the 2015 Ice Cross Downhill World Championship in dramatic fashion on Friday with the Canadian ace also having strong chances to win the individual title in Saturday’s main event after posting a fast qualifying time.

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Determined women changing face of Ice Cross Downhill

Determined women changing face of Ice Cross Downhill


They have come from as far away as Russia, Japan, Finland and Austria and from backgrounds as diverse as figure skating, ice hockey and ringette. The world’s best women Ice Cross Downhill racers are once again looking forward to another special night of racing against the powerful Canadian hosts in the spotlight on Saturday night.
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High-speed urban race track connects Edmonton to its river valley

High-speed urban race track connects Edmonton to its river valley

The 415-meter long Ice Cross Downhill track that snakes around the Shaw Conference Centre in downtown Edmonton is one of the most challenging and unusual Red Bull Crashed Ice tracks ever built – a screaming drop of 45 meters around nine sharp turns. Read Full Story
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Event Clip (Clean) Season Review

Red Bull Crashed Ice 2015: Event Clip (Clean) Season Review

With two Red Bull Crashed Ice victories, Scott Croxall was the dominant force this year and richly deserves the title of the world's fastest man on skates. The 24-year-old from Toronto became the fifth different champion in the last five years of the increasingly competitive sport. Show Details
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Action Clip (Clean) Season Review

Red Bull Crashed Ice 2015: Action Clip (Clean) Season Review

With two Red Bull Crashed Ice victories, Scott Croxall was the dominant force this year and richly deserved the title of the world's fastest man on skates. The 24-year-old from Toronto became the fifth different champion in the last five years of the increasingly competitive sport. This clip shows the highlights of the Ice Cross Downhill World Championship 2015. Show Details
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Story Clip (Dirty)

Red Bull Crashed Ice 2015 Edmonton: Story Clip (Dirty)

Ice Cross Downhill has been growing ever since the first race in Stockholm, Sweden in 2001. Athletes talk about the fascination of the sport. Show Details
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Event Clip (Dirty)

Red Bull Crashed Ice 2015 Edmonton: Event Clip (Dirty)

Scott Croxall clinched the 2015 Ice Cross Downhill World Championship with his second place finish at the finale in Edmonton, restoring Canada’s national pride in the world’s fastest sport on skates after a two-year drought at the top while American Cameron Naasz won the race in front of 70,000 spectators. Show Details
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Red Bull Crashed Ice 2015

Event Clip (Clean) Season Review
  • Red Bull Crashed Ice 2015
  • Event Clip (Clean) Season Review
  • 09.Apr 2015
  • 00:04:11
Action Clip (Clean) Season Review
  • Red Bull Crashed Ice 2015
  • Action Clip (Clean) Season Review
  • 08.Apr 2015
  • 00:01:28
Skater Equipment
  • Red Bull Crashed Ice 2015
  • Skater Equipment
  • 09.Feb 2015
  • P-20150209-00218
Track
  • Red Bull Crashed Ice 2015 Belfast
  • Track
  • 26.Jan 2015
  • Ireland
  • P-20150126-00324
Track
  • Red Bull Crashed Ice 2015 Saint Paul
  • Track
  • 08.Jan 2015
  • Saint Paul
  • P-20150108-00159
Competition Breakdown
  • Red Bull Crashed Ice 2015
  • Competition Breakdown
  • 07.Jan 2015
  • P-20150108-00060
Ranking
  • Red Bull Crashed Ice 2015
  • Ranking
  • 07.Jan 2015
  • P-20150108-00059
Riders Cup Logo
  • Red Bull Crashed Ice 2015
  • Riders Cup Logo
  • 16.Dec 2014
  • P-20141216-00254
Trailer (Clean) Season Preview
  • Red Bull Crashed Ice 2015
  • Trailer (Clean) Season Preview
  • 10.Dec 2014
  • 00:01:00
Team Competition
  • Red Bull Crashed Ice 2015
  • Team Competition
  • 20.Nov 2014
  • P-20141121-00047
Teaser (Dirty)
  • Red Bull Crashed Ice 2015
  • Teaser (Dirty)
  • 12.Nov 2014
  • 00:00:45
Calendar
  • Red Bull Crashed Ice 2015
  • Calendar
  • 12.Nov 2014
  • P-20141111-00074