Saint Paul

The capital of Minnesota hosted the third Red Bull Crashed Ice of the season

4 Feb 2017

Saint Paul final
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Saint Paul, 3-4 Feb '17

American Cameron Naasz moved into the overall lead of the Ice Cross Downhill World Championship on home ice with his fourth straight podium after a dramatic final in which Canada's Dean Moriarity scored the first Red Bull Crashed Ice victory of his career in front of another enormous Minnesota crowd. On a frosty night filled with bone-jarring crashes, spine-tingling passing maneuvers and even ill-tempered scuffles after a bruising semi-final battle of brothers, Austria's Marco Dallago took second place in the world's fastest sport on skates and defending world champion Naasz finished third despite a heavy crash into the wall. In the women's race, Canada's Myriam Trepanier took top honors.

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