Take some of the most fearless and toughest ice-hockey players in the world, a treacherous course of ice, steel, hills and valleys, and a sport combined of hockey, boarder-cross, and downhill skiing. What do you get? Red Bull Crashed Ice!
The 2012/2013 World Championships, expected to be bigger, badder and better than ever, will kick off its first of five stops in Niagara Falls, Canada on December 1, 2012.
Running 460 metres (1,509 feet) in length, an average width of 4.5 metres (15 feet), the Red Bull Crashed Ice course unfurls into a massive total of 2,500 square metres (26,910 square feet) of ice! The race will start under the gaze of the world’s famous 775-feet tall Skylon Tower and will conclude by one of the seven natural wonders of the world - the Mighty Niagara Falls!
Don't miss this rare opportunity to experience the Experience the icy, adrenalin-pumping challenge live!