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Red Bull Crashed Ice 2010
Olympic park

About 50000 spectators watch and try to see a glimpse of the Red Bull Crashed Ice finale at the Olympic Park in Munich. 64 skaters in ice hockey protection skate down a 386 m long parcours in groups of four. The winner was the German Martin Niefnecker.

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Subida: 17/01/2010
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