World circuit announced for Red Bull Crashed Ice (including Ottawa)

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Red Bull crashed ice (via Ottawa 2017)

Red Bull crashed ice (via Ottawa 2017)

(press release)

Ottawa – Red Bull Crashed Ice has announced the international stops of the fastest sport on skates leading up to the grand finale in Ottawa.

 

The Ottawa 2017 Bureau and Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson, in collaboration with lead partner CIBC, are proud that our nation’s capital will be in the company of cities in France, Finland and the United States during the 2016-2017 Ice Cross World Championship season.

 

The final showdown event of the 2016-2017 season will take place in Ottawa on March 3 and 4, 2017 and is the only Canadian stop on the schedule. Competition will take place in cities across the northern hemisphere leading up to the thrilling conclusion and crowning of the world champions in Ottawa.

 

Red Bull Crashed Ice Calendar:

 January 13-14 – Marseille, France
January 20-21 – Jyväskylä-Laajis, Finland
February 3-4 – Saint Paul, United States
March 3-4 – Ottawa, Canada

 

Canada’s 150th anniversary celebrations will offer Canadians and visitors from around the world an exceptional and memorable year of high-caliber experiences while bringing a record number of visitors to Ottawa in 2017 to mark this important milestone for our country.

 

Ottawa 2017 thanks our lead partner CIBC, premier partner Bell, the Government of Ontario and the Government of Canada for their contributions in helping to deliver twelve full months of bold events, immersive experiences and all-out celebrations.

 

Stay informed on plans for Canada’s 150th birthday celebrations in the capital. Visit ottawa2017.ca, follow us on Twitter @2017ottawa (#Ottawa2017) and on Facebook.


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