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2017's Most Bruising Crashes

Jacqueline Legere
Relive the top five clattering collisions from last season

When the world's best ice cross downhill skaters fly four-at-a-time down winding, obstacle-filled tracks at speeds of up to 80 km/h, it's no surprise that barely a race goes by without a dramatic crash. Whether it's a smash into the boards, a face-plant into the ice or a clattering collision with an opponent, the result is always the same - bruised bodies and battered egos. 

Watch the clip above and relive the top five crashes from the thrilling 2017 season.