Running Men Сrashing the Ice at the Cross Downhill Championship

Over 100 athletes took part in ice cross downhill event in Moscow in the beginning of March.

Crashed Ice (Red Bull Crashed Ice) is a world tour in the winter extreme sporting event, ice cross downhill (or downhill ice cross), which involves downhill skating in an urban environment, on a track which includes steep turns and high vertical drops.

The race in Vorobyevy Gory took place on the 455-meter-long track with the heights range of 50 meters, which took 300 tons of water and just over two weeks to construct. Andrey Lavrov ranked 6th, showing the best result among Russian athletes.

This shootage was provided by Red Bull

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