Check out the top five finishes from the 2019-2020 Red Bull Ice Cross World Championship season as the riders push through the chaos to be the first one across the finish line.
The 2019-20 Red Bull Ice Cross World Championship season has finished and now it's time to look back at all the incredible moments that led to the juniors', women's and men's victors getting crowned.
Not to be ooutdone by their senior colleagues, the racers of the Junior category laid it all on the line this season. It came down to a close battle between some really fast riders, see what went down.
The season may have ended prematurely, but that didn't stop the athletes from delivering ice cross racing gold! Catch the best moments from a thrilling season of women's racing.
Fast, wild, sometimes controversial and always edge-of-your-seat exciting! This is how the battle for the men's Red Bull Ice Cross World Championship crown played out this winter.
Check out all the best action from what turned out to be the final race of the 2019/2020 Red Bull Ice Cross World Championship in Igora, Russia.
The Red Bull Ice Cross World Championship race planned for March 21st at Patriot Park, Moscow has been cancelled.
Austrian Luca Dallago eventually won his first race this winter, on Saturday in Igora, ahead of Jim de Paoli and Leevi Nakari.
Watch the action from Igora live!
In light of the current directives from health authorities, the ATSX 250 race in Alpe di Siusi / Seiseralm on March 14 has been cancelled.
Only three races left in the Red Bull Ice Cross World Championship and two of them will be organized in Russia: an ATSX 500 in Igora this Saturday, and the grand finale at Patriot Park in Moscow on March 21.
Check out all the best action from the seventh stop of the 2019/2020 Red Bull Ice Cross World Championship in Le Massif de Charlevoix, Canada.
Local hero Kyle Croxall (CAN) won the ATSX 500 race at Le Massif de Charlevoix on Saturday by beating arch-rival Marco Dallago (AUT) in a final decided by an incident in the very last portion of the track, according to the Austrian rider.
Reigning Junior World Champion Jo-Jo Velasquez (USA) has won his second race this year, ahead of Finland’s junior sensation Leevi Nakari. The win was redemption for Velasquez following the final in Yokohama last week, where he was disqualified.
Check out all the best action from the sixth stop of the 2019/2020 Red Bull Ice Cross World Championship in Yokohama, Japan.