Red Bull Crashed Ice Hits Boston’s Fenway Park | Red Bull Crashed Ice 2019

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Watch the full replay on Red Bull TV: Fenway in Boston forms a unique backdrop as Red Bull Crashed Ice makes its stadium debut. The athletes fought for victory on a 350m (1,150ft) ice track paying homage to the iconic ballpark. In Ice Cross Downhill, athletes race down a natural or artificial ice track, four-at-a-time, at speeds of up to 80km/h. The first two advance to the next round as the field is whittled down to a final four in an extreme test of stamina, physical condition and exposure to the elements.

Double World Champion Cameron Naasz moved closer to a third title by winning in Boston on Saturday night, at the first ever Ice Cross Downhill competition held in a stadium. Fellow American rider Amanda Trunzo made it a clean sweep for the USA to continue her 100% record in Red Bull Crashed Ice races this winter.

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