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The Best Action From an Epic Night in Quebec City

It all starts with the start
Heat after heat four Athletes fly down the ice track loaded with jumps, drops and turns

On a crisp, clear Canadian evening, the holiday lights seemed to shine in celebration of the landmark tenth anniversary of Red Bull Crashed Ice in Quebec City, and North American riders gave the packed house of fans lining the 460-meter-long track plenty to cheer about. In the opener to the biggest season in ice cross downhill – where athletes race in four-person heats at speeds reaching 50 km/h (31 mph) on ice tracks loaded with jumps, drops and turns – Cameron Naasz of the USA confidently claimed the top of the men's podium, with Canadians Dean Moriarity and Scott Croxall in second and third. Kicking off the fight for the women's World Championship, Canadians swept the medals with Quebec's own Myriam Trepanier earning first, Maxie Plante second, and Elaine Topolnisky rounding out the podium.

 

You missed the show? No Problem!
Video on Demand: The VoD will be available in the US only after the event will be aired on Fox Sports 1 (Sunday, December 6, 2015 at 9:30 am EST). In all other countries, the VoD will be available a few minutes after the event on redbullcrashedice.com and Red Bull TV.

Live Results: For real-time results and standings visit redbullcrashedice.com/results