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Ice cross downhill in Are: One of the fastest tracks ever awaits
- FEB 16, 2012
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- The world’s best ice cross downhill athletes are in the Swedish mountain resort of Are for what promises to be one of the fastest Red Bull Crashed Ice races ever. The skaters regularly reach speeds of 70kph and on Saturday they may go even faster. Kyle Croxall, of Canada, leads the 2012 World Championship and will be looking for a third straight win but Germany’s Fabian Mels and champion Arttu Pihlainen are among a pack of challengers chasing hard at his heels.
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