Ice cross downhill aces will make a return to Munich’s Olympiapark on Friday and Saturday January 8 and 9 for the second Red Bull Crashed Ice stop.
Ice cross downhill aces will storm down a massive ice track showcasing their strength, speed, and technique on an impressive course filled with turns, jumps, and drops, as the fastest sport on skates returns to Munich for the third time since 2010 when Red Bull Crashed Ice made its debut as an official World Championship in the Bavarian capital.
On January 8-9, 2016, Munich's Olympic Park will transform into a winter sports mecca with skaters from around the world reaching high speeds to guarantee a spectacular night of thrills and spills. Strength, balance and a healthy portion of adrenaline will be the order of the night and the second Red Bull Crashed Ice stop of the season is sure to make for spectacular action.
In 2010, Martin Niefnecker (32nd overall) of Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, claimed the first world title with fearless runs. At only 25 years of age, the local hero still got plenty to give for the 2015-2016 season.
Tickets cost from 15 euros for Friday and 21 euros for Saturday and you can get yours at Muenchenticket.de. For more info on the event visit redbullcrashedice.com.
The video below shows footage from the first race of the season in Quebec on November 29.