The toughest of the tough made their way down the treacherous, twisted course known as Crashed Ice Saturday night in St. Paul as 150,000 fans watched, event organizers say.
It was a late start on opening day of the Red Bull Crashed Ice trials Thursday.
Even St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman can’t get enough Crashed Ice – he took to the course on Thursday.
Ted Cheesebrough is a corporate lawyer by day, an assistant hockey coach by night. He’s a thrill seeker by nature.
It’s one of the most hardcore and craziest winter sports out there – Red Bull’s Crashed Ice.
For the second year in a row, the Red Bull “Crashed Ice” World Championship will be held in St. Paul. It’ll be a welcomed sight for the city’s economy.
A wild winter event is coming back to St. Paul. City officials have confirmed that the Red Bull Crashed Ice event will be returning to the Capitol city this winter.
Red Bull’s Crashed Ice contributed to an additional $20 Million spent in the capitol city this past January, according to the City’s officials.
An estimated 100,000 people spent part of their night in St. Paul Saturday night.
Some call it the ultimate test of skating ability, others call it crazy. The Red Bull Crashed Ice World Championships kicked off Thursday in St. Paul.
Imagine zooming 40 miles per hour downhill on ice skates. That’s the speeds racers could reach starting today at the Crashed Ice World Championship course in St. Paul.
This weekend the world of ice cross racing will have all eyes on St. Paul. The city is playing host to the Red Bull Crashed Ice World Championships, which start Thursday.