Port Credit, CA

Ice Skating

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26 years old

For Canada's Scott Croxall, regaining the Ice Cross Downhill World Championship he won in 2015 is just one part of a busy life. He's a multi-sport athlete and a businessman, having founded the clothing brand TEAMLTD. The LTD stands for "living the dream," and for Scott, living the dream involves a lot of dedication and hard work, balanced out by good times with friends and family.

"I have a hectic schedule all year. In the summer I compete on the Team Canada's Waterski Show Team, so I'm busy training for that sport along with running the business," says the athlete, who also has a background in competitive ice hockey. "And then there's lots of off-season training that goes into ice cross downhill, so it's always nice to get to the events and really focus just on racing."

Scott's training program, while intense year round, is in stark contrast to that of opponents like his buddy Cameron Naasz, the American who finished just behind him in the overall standings last season.

"I think I have a different style of off-season compared to most of the guys. They train for ice cross downhill all summer, while I have the different sports that I focus on," he says.

Although Scott makes his home in Toronto, for watersports training and just relaxing, he spends part of his summer in the wooded landscape of Muskoka, Ontario, where his parents and his girlfriend have lake cottages.

"I love the lake life. I put ice cross downhill outside my head and then when it's time to train for the winter I focus on that," he comments, explaining that he works with staff at a world-class training facility to perfect his mental and physical readiness for the fastest sport on skates.

Career Highlights

Saint Paul, USA, 2016/17 - 6th

Jyväskylä-Laajis, Finland, 2016/17 - 1st

Marseille, France, 2016/17 - 3rd

Saint Paul, USA, 2015/16 - 2nd

Jyväskylä-Laajis, Finland, 2015/16 - 1st

Munich, Germany, 2015/16 - 2nd

Quebec City, 2015/16 - 3rd

Edmonton, Canada, 2015 - 2nd

Belfast, Northern Ireland, 2015 - 1st

Helsinki, Finland, 2015 - 1st

Saint Paul, USA, 2015 - 9th

Quebec City, QC (Canada), 2014 - 2nd

Moscow, Russia, 2014 - 9th

Saint Paul, USA, 2014 - 2nd

Helsinki, Finland, 2014 - 4th

Quebec City, QC (Canada), 2013 - 2nd

Lausanne, Switzerland, 2013 - 3rd

Landgraaf, Netherlands, 2013 - 43rd

Saint Paul, MN (USA), 2013 - 2nd

Niagara Falls, ON (Canada), 2012 - 33rd

Quebec City, QC (Canada), 2012 - 3rd

Are, Sweden, 2012 - 3rd

Valkenburg, Netherlands, 2012 - 4th

Saint Paul, MN (USA), 2012 - 3rd

Quebec City, QC (Canada), 2011 - 6th

Moscow, Russia, 2011 - 16th

Valkenburg, Netherlands, 2011 - 2nd

Munich, Germany, 2011 - 4th

Quebec City, QC (Canada), 2010 - 4th

Munich, Germany, 2010 - DQ

Quebec City, QC (Canada), 2009 - 34th

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Naasz VS Croxall: Championship Race | Red Bull Crashed Ice 2016

CLICK to watch the latest Crashed Ice videos: It was a do-or-die kind of evening in Saint Paul, where Cameron Naasz and Scott Croxall (2015 season champ) would go head to head for the Crashed Ice 2016 championship. All eyes were directed at these two at the start, and as soon as the gates opened it was a mad dash down to the podium...the fate of the whole season depending on this final race. 

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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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Crashed Ice Finland: Mens Final | Red Bull Crashed Ice 2017

Watch the full replay of Crashed Ice Finland on Red Bull TV: Hot on the heels of the first ice cross downhill race in the Mediterranean, the Red Bull Crashed Ice World Championship returned to familiar territory in Jyväskylä-Laajis, Finland for round two of the 2017 series, where Canada's Scott Croxall stood on top of the podium for the third time. Twice a winner on the physically exhausting and technically demanding natural course that sets the Jyväskylä round apart, Croxall made it a Finnish hat-trick with a gate-to-flag win over Maxwell Dunne and Cameron Naasz on the rough au-naturel racing surface.  

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Best Action from Red Bull Crashed Ice 2015

Scott Croxall was the dominant force this year and richly deserved the title of the world's fastest man on skates with two Red Bull Crashed Ice victories,  The 24-year-old from Toronto became the fifth different champion in the last five years of Crashed Ice. Here are the best downhill action from the 2015 Red Bull Crashed Ice season!

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Here is the event clip of the Red Bull Crashed Ice in Belfast.

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RED BULL CRASHED ICE - Helsinki 2015

One of the most exciting ice cross downhill finals at Helsinki for the Red Bull crashed ice.

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