Red Bull Crashed Ice Tickets
Race Type: High-Speed Ice Skating
Inaugural Race: 2001
Location: 12 races in seven countries
Levels of Competition: ATSX 250, 500 and 1,000
2018-19 Champions: Men's: Cameron Naasz; Women's: Amanda Trunzo; Juniors: Johanny Velasquez
Red Bull Ice Cross World Championship TicketsIce Cross as a sport has been around for 20 years. The first Red Bull Ice Cross World Championship was held in 2001 at a fish market in Stockholm on a 300-meter track. For the 2019-20 season, Red Bull Ice Cross World Championship gets a complete makeover, resulting in more high-speed racing action and thrilling moments for viewers. The three levels of competition are based on the difficulty of the track and the number of points awarded for the winner. For the 2019-20 season, the competition features a 12-race championship that takes place across seven countries: Austria, France, Russia, Canada, Japan, Finland and Kazakhstan. Formerly known as Red Bull Crashed Ice, the Red Bull Ice Cross World Championship launched its official name change in December of 2019. Three competitions of the marquee event, the ATSX 1000, will take place in Yokohama (Japan), Nur Sultan (Kazakhstan) and Moscow (Russia) as participants compete in four-person races across challenging man-made tracks. Experience history being made in this all-new competition format. Grab tickets at StubHub to see the Red Bull Ice Cross World Championship.
What happens during a Red Bull Ice Cross event?When the starting shot rings out, skaters blast down the track, maneuvering past obstacles like bumps, turns, waves and hairpin curves. Tracks measure up to 700 meters in length and skaters speed through at up to 80 km/h. Similar to short-track speed skating, intense competition and challenging tracks result in high-speed crashes and surprising victories.
What can I expect from the 2020 Red Bull Ice Cross Season?Ice Cross is governed by the All Terrain Skate Cross Federation (ATSX). The 2019-20 season of competition takes on a thrilling new format. Many of the same athletes from years past will compete in the 2020 competition. Past champion Cameron Naasz will compete against rivals including Kyle Croxall and brothers Luca and Marco Dallago. The women’s division pits reigning champion Amanda Trunzo against quick skaters like Anaïs Morand, Jacqueline Legere, and Myriam Trepanier.
Are there new tracks for the 2019-20 season?The new season features more races than ever before with new venues. The Moscow venue and track will be new to all participants, whereas the ATSX 1000 track in Japan was used for competition in 2018. The track in Moscow, Russia, will host the season finale where the first permanent track has been constructed.
What are some similar events to the Red Bull Ice Cross World Championship?If you are a fan of high-intensity sports and thrilling action, there are a number of other events going on within the United States and beyond that might be of interest to you. Make a trip to the historic 2020 ESPN X-Games or watch as thrill-seekers take practically anything on wheels to extreme heights at the Nitro Circus.
How is the 2020 Red Bull Ice Cross World Champion determined?The 2019-20 champion is determined by who has the most points at the end of the 12-stop tour. Points are awarded for the winners in each class, Men, Women, and Juniors, based on the level of competition. The winner of an ATSX 1000 competition is awarded 1,000 points, winner of an ATSX 500 competition is awarded 500 points, and winner of an ATSX 250 is awarded 250 points. Winners for each day of competition is determined by eliminating the last two racers in each 4-person heat until there is a final of the top four racers.
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