Ice skating

Crashed Ice Marseille: Men's Final | Red Bull Crashed Ice 2017

The 2017 Red Bull Crashed Ice World Championship burst into life with a night of thrills, spills and controversy as the fastest sport on ice took a trip to the seaside for it's first event in Marseille, France. A very fast running and technical course mixed with a healthy dose of first race tension created drama across the board on a night where American Cameron Naasz started his campaign with a big win. Take a look at the winning run from stop #1 of the 2017 Crashed Ice World Championship. Red Bull Crashed Ice France Men’s results 1. Cameron Naasz (USA)  2. Maxwell Dunne (USA) 3. Marco Dallago (AUT) 4. Scott Croxall (CAN) 5. Guillaume Bouvet-Morissette (CAN) 6. Luca Dallago (AUT) 7. Dan Witty (USA) 8. Tristan Dugerdil (FRA) 9. Jim De Paoli (CHE) 10. Daniel Bergeson (USA)

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Ice skating

Crashed Ice Saint Paul: Men's Final | Red Bull Crashed Ice 2017

Canada’s Dean Moriarity scored the first Red Bull Crashed Ice victory of his career after an epic final race from the Saint Paul stop of the 2017 season. The Ice Cross Downhill title battle tightened into a four-way fight on a thrilling night of racing in Saint Paul, as American Cameron Naasz moved just ahead of compatriot Maxwell Dunne, Canada’s Scott Croxall and Austria’s Marco Dallago. Music: 1:05 "Heavy Lifter" by Creative Impact Patterns (Sounds of Red Bull):

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