Red Bull Crashed Ice Boston at Fenway Park
The event features some of the best and toughest skaters in the world, racing four at a time, shoulder-to-shoulder and reaching speeds of 50 mph. They'll do this while fighting it out for victory down a steep downhill ice track, along a 2,000-foot course, replete with jumps and tight turns.
Construction will begin in January.
Overall it takes about three weeks to build, and a week or less to dismantle. The crew also uses chilling technology to protect the ice in the event of a warm day.
After the races are over, the same technology can be used to melt the ice. The process will conclude well before baseball season.
The races in Boston will be momentous in the Ice Cross Downhill World Championship as its finale, with 1,000 decisive points awarded to the male and female winners.
The preceding events will take place in Japan in December and Finland earlier in February.
Tickets go on sale starting Sept. 19.
1-day tickets $25 - $125 | 2-day ticket $40 - $200
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