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Crashed Ice shaken and stirred in Quebec City

Crashed Ice shaken and stirred in Quebec City
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Crashed Ice got underway with the season opener in Quebec City, Canada. Cameron Naasz took the ice cross downhill for the United States in the men’s

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Crashed Ice got underway with the season opener in Quebec City, Canada.

Cameron Naasz took the ice cross downhill for the United States in the men’s, while Canada’s Myriam Trepanier warmed the hearts of the home crowd with victory in the women’s.

The winners: Myriam Trepanier and @CameronNaasz#crashedice Quebec pic.twitter.com/7iDHFChOsN

— Red Bull Crashed Ice (@CrashedIce) November 29, 2015

.@RedBull@CrashedIce is back and LIVE from Quebec! Watch #CrashedIce now: https://t.co/i08lJ1LBmBpic.twitter.com/TzOzYQxGCu

— Red Bull TV (@RedBullTV) November 29, 2015

Next event Munich, Germany .

Brace for impact! @CrashedIce is live on @RedBullTV tonight from 1:30am https://t.co/oY28tZgEgC#CrashedIcepic.twitter.com/QFwMLsRfPL

— Red Bull Ireland (@redbullIRE) November 28, 2015

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