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Canada's Scott Croxall wins Red Bull Crashed Ice world title

Canada's Scott Croxall reclaimed the Red Bull Crashed Ice world championship throne on Saturday at the final event of the season in Edmonton.

Fends off rival Cameron Naasz to claim 2nd championship

Canada's Scott Croxall, right, seen in this file photo from 2017, won his second Red Bull Crashed Ice world championship on Sunday. (Getty Images)

Canada's Scott Croxall reclaimed the Red Bull Crashed Ice world championship throne on Saturday at the final event of the season in Edmonton.

His fourth place finish was enough to put him ahead of rival Cameron Naasz of the United States for the overall title.

Canadian Scott Croxall secured the 2018 Red Bull Crashed Ice world championship in Edmonton after defeating longtime rival Cameron Naasz 0:47

Entering the competition, Croxall held a slim lead over the two-time reigning world champion.

The awaited showdown, however, took place in the semifinal, where Croxall and his brother Kyle, combined to finish ahead of Naasz.

With his closest competitor eliminated, Croxall was assured of the championship – his second – despite finishing behind Austria's Luca Dallago and American Maxwell Dunne in the final round.

Kyle Croxall would finish third after getting tangled up with his brother Scott, who lost his edge performing a tight turn. 

The fourth place finish left Scott Croxall atop the overall 10-race standings with 2,745 points. Naasz came second with 2,600 points, and Austria's Marco Dallago finished third with 2,500.

"I'm going to celebrate this big time," said Croxall, as the Edmonton home crowd erupted in cheers. "I'm excited. I'm really happy to take that world championship back."

On the women's side, Amanda Trunzo of the U.S. won the overall title with 3,000 points. Her closest competitors were Canadians Jacqueline Legere, who finished second with 2,250, while Myriam Trepanier was third with 1,660.

Legere was eliminated from title contention after crashing out over the tombstone in Heat 1 of the semis.

Even with the overall title already in hand, Trunzo remained dialled in and finished first in the final.


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