True to form, the heart-pumping, thrilling Red Bull Crashed Ice season came to a close on Canadian soil, but this time in Western Canada!
After hosting Red Bull Crashed Ice in Quebec City for nine straight years, the Ice Cross Downhill World Championship moved west to crown its 2015 champ. Edmonton featured a one-of-a-kind track that brought the sport to a new level. The top ice cross downhill athletes from across Canada and around the globe hurtled down the urban ice track built with massive drops, gaps, steps, and hairpin turns in front of thousands of roaring fans – all for the chance to win Red Bull Crashed Ice glory.
The track began in Edmonton's city centre and wound its way down by River Valley. The skaters gave everything and showcased their skills, technique, agility, stability, explosion, and endurance to race from top to bottom – facing a steep downhill section before crossing the finish line.