Moscow presented the stiffest test yet of the latest Ice Cross Downhill World Championship. The Red Bull Crashed Ice course in Russia’s capital city dropped 50m vertically over its 455m total length and included a slingshot turn, a set of stairs and an enormous bridge jump.
Emerging victorious at this third stop of the season was America’s Cameron Naasz with his championship rival Marco Dallago forced to settle for second place. Rounding off the podium places in Moscow was Switzerland’s Kim Müller.
The result in Russia means it’s still all to play for between Marco Dallago and Cameron Naasz at the top of the leaderboard going in the final event of the year in Québec City.
Check back next week for a full report and video highlights. All the latest news is also available on the official Red Bull Crashed Ice website.