Red Bull Crashed Ice Quebec: The Grand Final
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- The Red Bull Crashed Ice World Championship 2011 reached its grand final in Quebec, Canada, on Saturday - in front of 110,000 enthusiastic spectators! And Finnish athlete Arttu Pihlainen once again proved his exceptional standing in the ice-cross downhill hall of fame when he was crowned as the new world champion.
Canadian Kyle Croxall makes it two in a row in the 2013 Red Bull Crashed Ice World Championship, taking the win in Saint Paul ahead of his brother Kyle and American skater Cameron Naasz.
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