ATSX 1000 race in Moscow cancelled - World Champions crowned!
The Red Bull Ice Cross World Championship race planned for March 21st at Patriot Park, Moscow has been cancelled. Red Bull and All-Terrain Skate Cross Federation (ATSX) took this decision in light of global health concerns and travel restrictions in place. We trust that this decision will be understood and respected by everyone.
As a result, the current Red Bull Ice Cross World Championship season is now complete and three new world champions have been crowned in Women, Men and Juniors. Canadian Jacqueline Legere takes home her third world championship while Cameron Naasz (USA) extends his trophy collection with a fourth championship in the last five seasons. He was even on points with Canadian Kyle Croxall and it came down to the win of the American at the ATSX 1000 race in Yokohama, Japan as the tie-breaker. In the Juniors category, exciting newcomer Leevi Nakari of Finland burst on the scene taking home honors in that competition.
Rounding out the top three were:
Cameron Naasz, USA, 2550pts
Kyle Croxall, CAN, 2550pts
Luca Dallago, AUT, 2050pts
Cameron Naasz is your 2019-20 Red Bull Ice Cross Men's World Champion. Image © Joerg Mitter / Red Bull Content Pool
Jacqueline Legere, CAN, 2550pts
Amanda Trunzo, USA, 2425pts
Anais Morand, CHE, 2050pts
Jacqueline Legere is your 2019-20 Red Bull Ice Cross Women's World Champion. Image © Samo Vidic / Red Bull Content Pool
Leevi Nakari, FIN, 2400pts
Arthur Richalet-Chaudeur, FRA, 2350pts
Egor Tutarikov, RUS, 2150pts
Leevi Nakari is your 2019-20 Red Bull Ice Cross Junior World Champion. Image © Suguru Saito / Red Bull Content Pool
We congratulate these three outstanding athletes for winning the Red Bull Ice Cross World Championship and look forward to the upcoming season.