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Red Bull Crashed Ice races into Fenway Park for the first time

Cameron Naasz

Boston
United States 8-9 Feb '19

Feb 9, 2019 22:00:00 +0000
Cameron Naasz

17:00 9 Helmi | Local Time

22:00 9 Helmi | GMT

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Red Bull Crashed Ice races into Fenway Park for the first time

On February 8 and 9, Boston will experience an exhilarating sport unlike any other as Ice Cross Downhill makes its stadium debut at one of the most unique event locations in its history – Fenway Park. The event features some of the best and toughest skaters in the world, racing four at a time, shoulder-to-shoulder and reaching speeds of 50 mph, all while fighting it out for victory down a steep downhill ice track.

Starting in the right field bleachers, the 2,000-foot ice track dotted with chicanes, jumps and rollers, will weave across the entire baseball field, rounding the infield bases and finishing at home plate. The unique course design pays homage to the iconic ballpark and provides distinctive views and intense racing action from every angle.

American Cameron Naasz will be looking to reclaim the crown he lost to Canadian rival Scott Croxall last season, while Amanda Trunzo will also be aiming for a strong result on home soil as she attempts to defend her women's title.

 

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