Tuesday, January 25, 2011

The Red Bull Crashed Ice World Championship returns in 2011 bigger, badder and better than ever before...

Topping 2010, and two extraordinary events in Munich and Quebec, is no mean feat but Red Bull Crashed Ice is about to take Ice Cross Downhill competition to a whole new level.

Four courses in four different countries will be carved out of ice as elite athletes fuse ice skating and skiercross to create this year's unique winter spectacle.

Featuring athletes in full ice hockey gear racing four-at-a-time down a high-impact course packed full of bumps and jumps, unpredictable action is guaranteed.

Germany’s Martin Niefnecker kept his feet and held his nerve to be crowned the inaugural Red Bull Crashed Ice World Champion in 2010. Snapping at his heels this year will be some fearsome Finns, ice-cool Canadians, and, of course, the ice cross downhill legend Jasper Felder. The Swede will be out to prove who’s really boss. After all, revenge is a dish best served ice-cold!

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