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The home of Red Bull Crashed Ice hosted the 2014 finale.
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Intro

The home of Red Bull Crashed Ice, Canada's Quebec City, hosted the 2014 finale on March 20-22.

Switzerland's Derek Wedge was crowned the Ice Cross Downhill World Champion in Quebec last winter in front of approximately 100,000 spectators and, one year on, the world's most talented skaters were going all out to claim the crown for 2014.

Quebec City - a Red Bull Crashed Ice institution and the so-called Mecca of ice cross downhill having hosted an event in each of the past eight years - delivered another incredible race. A total of 12 qualifiers across Canada selected the 100 best national athletes to mix it with the international elite which already includes Canada's own Kyle and Scott Croxall.

The longest track of the year, a 480-metre-long course fit for the final, staged all the action as the ice cross downhill riders raced four-at-a-time all the way down to the finish, with the same venue also hosting the final of the Ice Cross Downhill Team Competition.

The final race in the Ice Cross Downhill World Championship 2014 was streamed live on redbullcrashedice.com and is now available as VOD.

Venue

Venue

Schedule

Schedule

THURSDAY, 03/20
4:30pm – 6:30pm: National Shoot Out

FRIDAY, 03/21
11:30am – 1:00pm: International Shoot Out
3:00pm – 4:00pm: Elimination Round
7:00pm – 8:00pm: Team Competition Qualifiers
8:30pm – 9:30pm: Team Competition Finals

SATURDAY, 03/22
4:00pm: Gates Open To General Public
7:30pm – 10:00pm: Red Bull Crashed Ice – The Ice Cross Downhill World Championship

FAQs

FAQs

IS THERE A TICKETED AREA FOR SPECTATORS?
Red Bull Crashed Ice is a free spectator event. This season, all spectator areas will be open to the public and no ticket purchase is necessary.

WILL THERE BE PARKING?
Spectators can access multiple public parking lots located within walking distance of the ice track. All public parking details are available here.

WILL THERE BE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION?
RTC buses will be operating during event week. All public transportation schedules are available here.

WHAT ROADS WILL BE AFFECTED?
Dauphine Street will be closed off between D'Auteuil's street and Honoré-Mercier from March 7-March 26. Honoré-Mercier will also be closed off between St-Louis and René-Levesques on March 22. All road closure details are available here.

WHERE ARE THE MAIN ENTRANCES TO RED BULL CRASHED ICE?
The start of the Red Bull Crashed Ice track is located at the corner of Grande-Allée and Honoré-Mercier, by Hotel Du Parlement. The finish line of the Red Bull Crashed Ice track is located on the ice rink at Place D'Youville. There will be three main spots for spectators to watch the event along the track: one at the start in front of the Parliament, one at the Parc de l'Esplanade and one at the finish at Place D'Youville.

CAN I BRING CHAIRS?
Due to enormous crowd numbers, we would advise that spectators do not bring chairs. The best views of the event are right up close to the track!

CAN I BRING FOOD OR BEVERAGES?
Spectators are permitted to bring their own food and non-alcoholic beverages. Food and beverages will also be sold on-site, both at the start of the track (Fontaine de Tourny) and at L'Esplanade Parc

DOES THE FUN HAVE TO STOP AFTER THE COMPETITION?
Spectators 18+ are invited to the Red Bull Crashed Ice After Party on March 22, 2014. Tickets are available at lepointdevente.com. After-party location: Le Capitole, 972 Rue Saint-Jean, Quebec. Doors open at 10pm.

 

Live

The final race in the Ice Cross Downhill World Championship 2014 was streamed live on redbullcrashedice.com and is now available as VOD.

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