Reigning triple World Champion Cameron Naasz (USA) launched his 2020 winter campaign in style by winning the first ever Ice Cross event organized at an altitude of 2000 m, in Pra-Loup (Southern French Alps).


Check out the highlights from the first 2019-2020 Red Bull Ice Cross World Championship event in Judenburg, Austria.


Reigning World Champion Cameron Naasz (USA) and former World Champion Marco Dallago (Austria), as well as the new Number 1 in the Red Bull Ice Cross World Championship, Swiss skater Anaïs Morand, and reigning champion Amanda Trunzo (USA) are ready to tackle the amazing natural ice for the second ATSX 500 race of this season.


Former World Champion Marco Dallago, from Austria, opened the winter season in style by winning an exciting final in Judenburg, on Saturday, ahead of younger brother Luca and Czech rider Michael Urban.


The winter season on fast skates is about to start: on December 28 in Judenburg ...

Americans secure 2018/19 Ice Cross Downhill World Championship titles at ATSX 500 finale in Canada

The American title favourites are one step away from securing the ice cross downhill trophy in their respective categories after victories in the penultimate ATSX 500 race – read the report here.


The ATSX Ice Cross Downhill World Championship title favourites knock it out the park with stunning displays of ice cross downhill dominance at Fenway.


The 18-year-old American was in unstoppable form on home soil to earn his first ice cross downhill title


The final Crashed Ice stop of the 2018–19 season is taking the world's best ice cross downhill athletes to the iconic Fenway baseball stadium in Boston, USA.


There was redemption for last season's disqualified finalist, while Amanda Trunzo completed a stunning Jyväskylä hat-trick


Find out what goes into building the mammoth ice beast for the second Red Bull Crashed Ice stop of the season in snowy Jÿvaskylä, Finland.


Two-time American champion Naasz off to a flyer while Amanda Trunzo takes dominant victory in women's event.


The 18-year-old American Richie 'Jo Jo' Velasquez cruised to the finish line to land victory in Japan.