The seemingly unstoppable Canadian, Kyle Croxall, took another victory on Red Bull Crashed Ice’s return to Saint Paul after a final battle saw the champion fend off the challenge from his brother, Scott, and the hard-charging Lakeville native, Cameron Naasz.
In the second of five Ice Cross Downhill World Championship races staged around the globe, Croxall secured his second successive win in front of more than 80,000 spectators who crowded the hill around the Cathedral of Saint Paul.
The field of 64 athletes is set for tonight's Red Bull Crashed Ice final in Saint Paul.
Visit redbullcrashedice.com/results for the full rundown from Friday's International Shoot Out and Elimination Round as the top US skaters faced off against the top international athletes in a series of four-man heats.
You can watch tonight's finals live on redbullcrashedice.com.
Saturday, January 26: Gates open at 5 p.m. with the Ice Cross Downhill World Championship Finals happening from 7-9 p.m.
Shuttles are operating from other 50 locations in the Saint Paul area for the race on Saturday, January 26 – click here for more information.
Shuttles leave the Stillwater area on Saturday from Danny’s Bar and Grill (sold out) and Rafters in downtown Stillwater.
Race officials say this year's track promises to be one of the most difficult in the series, with a number of changes expected for the course.
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