The Final Crash in Munich
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- Munich’s Olympic Park was packed to the rafters on Saturday night as the first stop of the Red Bull Crashed Ice World Championship 2010 came to town. A total of 64 athletes in the final representing 20 nations plunged down a 386-metre course dotted with jumps, rollers and chicanes in full ice hockey gear. Germany’s Martin Niefnecker secured a sensational victory in front of 50,000 fans despite temperatures well below freezing. Germans soccer hero Mario Gomez was fascinated by the event.
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