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Jyväskylä / Laajis

The action moved to Finland for the second Red Bull Crashed Ice stop of the season

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Jyväskylä / Laajis
Finland 20-21 Jan '17

Jan 21, 2017 16:30:00 +0000

18:30 21 Jan | Local Time

10:30 21 Jan | Your Time

The action moved to Finland for the second Red Bull Crashed Ice stop of the season

Scott Croxall of Canada was the undisputed master of a difficult natural ice track in frigid Finland, winning the second Red Bull Crashed Ice of the season to throw the Ice Cross Downhill World Championship into a tense three-way battle with Americans Maxwell Dunne and Cameron Naasz, who finished second and third respectively. In the women's competition it was USA's Amanda Trunzo who powered to a first-ever win, with Camilla Ojapalo of Finland in second and France's Sandrine Rangeon in third.

The race in Finland will be the only major stop on a natural ice track, The riders will have to adjust to the small – but important – differences of racing on the natural ice after the season opener was held on an artificial ice track built in Marseille. In general, natural ice tracks tend to be bumpier and invariably more challenging with a greater variation of the ice conditions from the start high up on the mountains to finish lines down in the valleys than the more perfect and consistent ice conditions throughout created by cooling systems that are buried beneath the artificial ice tracks.

Day Local Time Event
  17.00 Doors open
  19.00 Junior competition
  20.00 Awards ceremony
  20.30 Doors close
  16.00 Doors open
  17.45 Women Top 16
  18.10 Men's top 64
  19.10 Men's top 32
  19.45 Women’s semifinals
  20.00 Men’s semifinals
  20.10 Women’s final
  20.20 Men’s final
  20.30 Awards ceremony
  22.00 After party @ Club Escape

Coming to the event at Laajis? Here's everything you need to know.

Here you can find all the crucial information about the Red Bull Crashed Ice in Jyväskylä, Finland on January 20-21, 2017. Welcome!

Where can I buy tickets?

One and 2-day tickets to the event are available at

You can also purchase Ice Club VIP tickets at

When does the race start and when should I arrive?

Doors to the event open at 5:00 pm on Friday and the Red Bull Crashed Ice Junior competition starts at 7:00 pm. On Saturday, the doors open at 4 pm and the racers will be unleashed at 5:45 pm. You should arrive early to avoid possible traffic and to enjoy the action from the front row.

What about arrival and parking?

Parking space has been arranged for those who arrive to the event with their own car at Killeri harness racing track. Guideposts will help you to find the track and shuttle buses will take you from Killeri to the Laajis and back. The parking costs 3 euros per. car and it can only be paid by cash. The parking fee includes the shuttle bus ride to the event and back.

There are also multiple public parking lots located in the city center of Jyväskylä if you choose to leave your car to the city and access Laajavuori by bus. Suitable parking lots include e.g. Jyväs-Parkki's P-Sokos right next to the public transportation terminal, P-Tori at Yliopistonkatu, P-Asema at Väinönkatu and P-Kolmikulma at Puistokatu.

Bus route number 25 will take the spectators from the city center to site of the event and back every 20 minutes. The estimated traveling time is 10 minutes and extra buses will operate during the event. The ticket price for adults is 3 euros and 1,5 euros for children under 17 years. Locals can use value and season tickets to travel to the event by public transportation.

Where's the main enterance located?

There are two entrances located right in front of Laajis. Trust us, you can't miss them!

Accessibility at the event?

Please note, that the event will be held in the skiing center and there will be lots of snow on the ground. Thus moving on the area might be really challenging for the disabled. There is a reserved viewing area for disabled fans on the outdoor terrace of the Laajis cafeteria. The area is located approximately 30 metres from the finish area and there is also a screen that allows you to see the race via TV footage. The area allows you to feel the atmosphere of the race from a safe spot, but moving alongside the track might be really hard because of the snow.

I've never visited Jyväskylä before. Where can I find more information about the city and e.g. accommodation?

You can find general information about the city at Read this article to get a hunch of what else you can see and experience during your visit, apart from the Red Bull Crashed Ice.

Can I bring chairs, an umbrella or glider to the event?

For the safety of the spectators bringing your own chair, umbrella, skis or glider to the Red Bull Crashed Ice events is not allowed. You should also leave your pets at home.


You should dress really warm. It's the coldest time of the year in Finland and the weather can be freezing.

Can I bring my own food or beverages?

There will be a range of food and beverages on offer throughout the event, so you'll find everything you need to enjoy the race on-site

When does the race end?

Junior competition awards ceremony will be held at 8 pm on Friday. Women's finals will be at 8.10 pm and men's finals at 8.20 pm on Saturday. Awards ceremony starts at 8.30 pm on Saturday.

Does the fun have to stop after the competition?

Absolutely not! You are welcomed to join us at the official Red Bull Crashed Ice after party on Saturday at 10:00 pm. The party will be held at the Club Escape, which is located in the city center of Jyväskylä.

Where can I find the latest news and updates about the competition?

For the latest information on the event, follow @redbullsuomi on Instagram and attend to the Facebook event Red Bull Crashed Ice Jyväskylä Laajis, Finland. Keep your eye on #RedBullCrashedIce and check the latest news on

Red Bull Crashed Ice Jyväskylä-Laajis will broadcast LIVE on and Red Bull TV on January 21st at 6:00 PM CET (5:00 PM GMT).

Red Bull TV is available on connected TVs, gaming consoles, mobile devices and more. For a full list of supported devices visit

If you miss the event or simply want to watch all the action again, the replay will be available on demand a few minutes after the event.

Jyväskylä / Laajis