Category: Red Bull Crashed Ice

Cameron Naasz, Jacqueline Legere Très Magnifique in Marseille

The 2016-2017 Red Bull Crashed Ice season began in Marseille, France and the results were a little Déjà vu. American Cameron Naasz, coming off his first Ice Crown Downhill title last season, opened with a victory in the year’s first event, as did Canada’s Jacqueline Legere, who also won the Ice Crown Downhill championship last…

Jacqueline Legere Dominates in St. Paul to Win Red Bull Crashed Ice Title

Canada’s Jacqueline Legere has long proven that she can handle the rigors of virtually anything thrown her way. The 24-year-old takes part in motocross, mountain biking, skydiving and wakeboarding, and has even worked as a professional stunt performer. It should have been no surprise to anyone when she decided to add Red Bull Crashed Ice…

Myriam Trepanier Looking to Shoot Way to Red Bull Crashed Ice Title

Despite missing two events last season, Myriam Trepanier managed to finish in fourth overall in the women’s standings for the Red Bull Crashed Ice championships. This season she has been healthy enough to compete in all four events, and she is looking to make St. Paul the crown jewel on her way to the 2015-2016…

Cameron Naasz Looks to Unseat Scott Croxall as Red Bull Crashed Ice Champion

The final event of the Red Bull Crashed Ice Championships got underway on Friday afternoon with the Shootout event determining who would be the final 64 skaters to compete tomorrow night in St. Paul, MN. American Cameron Naasz is looking for a similar result from last year’s event, which would give him the opportunity to…

Scott Croxall Crowned 2015 Red Bull Crashed Ice Champion

For seven years, Canadian Scott Croxall struggled to live up to the potential so many felt the 24-year-old had, but no more. After several second place finishes in his previous years in the Red Bull Crashed Ice Series the younger Croxall brother reached the pinnacle of the sport, winning the 2015 Red Bull Crashed Ice…

Scott Croxall Wins in Belfast for Second Red Bull Crashed Ice Title

Note to other Red Bull Crashed Ice Downhill competitors: If your name isn’t Croxall the odds aren’t looking good that you are going to win a title this year. For the third time in 2015, a Croxall brother took home the Downhill title, and for the second time that brother was Scott. After six frustrating…

Salla Kyhala, Kyle Croxall Win 2015 Red Bull Crashed Ice World Championships

Entering Saturday night’s Red Bull Crashed Ice Downhill World Championships in St. Paul, no one would have been surprised to see the name Croxall holding the championship trophy in his hands at nights end, they just would have thought it would be Scott that would be the one holding the trophy. Instead, brother Kyle took…

Red Bull Crashed Ice Downhill World Championship Finals Set

After two days of competition, the finals for Saturday night’s Red Bull Crashed Ice Downhill World Championship are down to 64 remaining competitors. Thursday night saw 32 Americans qualify for Friday afternoon’s elimination round. They joined 32 skaters from the international competition who had competed earlier in the day. Those who finished 33-64 competed in…

Dean Moriarity Leads International Qualifiers in Crashed Ice World Championships

Dean Moriarity may have entered the 2015 Red Bull Crashed Ice Downhill World Championships in the shadow of fellow countryman Scott Croxall, but he proved Friday afternoon that he can cast a rather lengthy shadow of his own. Moriarity trailed last season’s winner, Marco Dallago, by nearly eight tenths of a second after the first…

North Americans Dominate Women’s Field for Red Bull Crashed Ice

Twenty women entered the 2015 International Shootout in the Red Bull Crashed Ice Downhill World Championships with only 16 being able to advance to Saturday night’s finals. After the qualifiers were run, the 16 top times were chosen with 13 qualifiers coming from North Americans, 8 Americans and 5 Canadians, and three Europeans taking the…

Tommy Mertz Leads Field to Qualify for Crash Ice Downhill World Championship

On an unusually mild winter day by Minnesota standards, American Tommy Mertz burned up the St. Paul track in the National Shootout Run to advance into Friday’s elimination round of the 2015 Red Bull Crashed Ice Cross Downhill World Championship. Mertz is joined by 22 other Americans, 8 Canadians, and one Finnish competitor, as 32 advanced…

Red Bull Crashed Ice Downhill World Championship 2015 Begin in St. Paul

For those who love the extreme sports, the ultimate in ice skating challenges will begin Thursday night in St. Paul, MN, when the Red Bull Crashed Ice Downhill World Championships for 2015 begin in St. Paul, MN. This events draws competitors from all over the world, and Thursday’s preliminaries will pit 99 American and Canadian…