Growing up downhill skiing, racing bikes and playing hockey, combined with a passion for going fast, it was only a matter of time before John Fisher took notice to Red Bull Crashed Ice. It was the perfect combination of all his athletic skills.
Since his first time on the track in 2011, John knew that he'd be back for future races in the following seasons. He found his first success in the sport placing 5th in St Paul USA, in only his 4th race. During the 2014 season John changed the way many athletes trained for the sport by introducing specialized inline training at Joyride 150 Mountain Bike Park in Markham, Ontario, Canada. In 2015 he added The Skating Lab Burlington (a specialized ice skating treadmill) to his training schedule allowing to improve form and endurance leading to a 3rd place podium finish in Jyvaskyla, Finland, the longest track in Red Bull Crashed Ice history. The success continued again the last year in Finland as John advanced once again to the finals, and a crash in the last turn cost him the race, relegating him back into 4th place.
John currently has 5 top 10 finishes and in the 2017/2018 season he looks to add to that total.