In just over a decade, ice cross downhill has become one of the fastest-growing winter sports.
Red Bull Crashed Ice returns to Quebec City for the eighth year. A classic stop on the world tour circuit, the Canadian event is famed for featuring the longest, fastest and toughest track of the entire World Championship series.
Running over 500 metres long, averaging 4.5 metres wide and with a 60-metre vertical, the course heralds new obstacles to showcase the skaters’ strength, speed, and technique.
Starting at the Château Frontenac, this year’s ice track will also require serious strategy, as racers will encounter more passing opportunities before they come to a finish by the Saint Lawrence River at Place de Paris.