Quebec City's unique 460-meter-long urban track was packed with action on Friday night as ice cross downhill athletes streaked down the rain-slicked surface six abreast in the Team Competition. In a kick-off to the tenth anniversary of ice cross downhill in the provincial capital, which challenged riders not only with downpours but wind and even snow, the 2015 Team World Champions Living the Dream extended their winning streak to three events in defeating a tough challenge from Team UNRL in second, while Team Steal17 was third.
The members of Team Living the Dream – Scott Croxall of Canada, his countryman Adam Horst, and American Cameron Naasz – had a fight on their hands with the all-American lineup of UNRL, but the experience of the Team World Champions gave them the edge. "It was amazing, a great team effort," said Scott Croxall, who made his Red Bull Crashed Ice debut in Quebec City back in 2009. "This track is very fast as well as technical, and it seemed like just about everybody had a fall here today."
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Broadcast: We will stream the competition from Round of 32 LIVE on redbullcrashedice.com and on Red Bull TV. Red Bull TV is available on connected TVs, gaming consoles, mobile devices and more. For a full list of supported devices visit about.redbull.tv.
Note that the live webcast is geo-blocked in the US due to an exclusive broadcast deal with FOX Sports.
Start Times: 8.30pm EST on November 28 / 2.30am CET on November 29
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.
TV: The main event will also broadcast live on several TV stations around the globe. Please check local listings for details.
Live Results: For real-time results and standings visit redbullcrashedice.com/results