Red Bull Crashed Ice: Valkenburg review
- FEB 6, 2012
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- About this Video
- Canadian firefighter Kyle Croxall got his second straight win of the season in the ice cross downhill world championship race in Valkenburg, in the Netherlands, on Saturday. In the Red Bull Crashed Ice final, Croxall defeated Germany’s rising star, Fabian Mels, Finland’s Paavo Klintrup and brother Scott to take a firm grip on the 2012 championship. With two competitions down and two more to go, the next stop is Are, Sweden, in two weeks.
Relive the excitement from the final race of the 2012 World Championship in Canada, and watch interviews with the athletes, including the new ice cross downhill world champion, Kyle Croxall, as the...
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Relive the key moments from a race which saw unheralded Adam Horst pull off one of the biggest upsets in the history of ice cross downhill in Are, Sweden, on Saturday night. The 25-year-old Canadian...
Kyle Croxall doubled up with a second successive victory in Valkenburg as the Canadian pushes his claims to be the Red Bull Crashed Ice World Champion for 2012...