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Canadian firefighter upsets Ice Cross Downhill aces.
Unheralded Adam Horst pulled off the biggest upset victory in the history of the Ice Cross Downhill World Championship with his first win after favorites Arttu Pihlainen of Finland, and Kyle and Scott Croxall of Canada crashed on the most difficult Red Bull Crashed Ice track ever built.
Defending champion Arttu Pihlainen was headed to a high-speed victory on the steep and bump-filled Ice Cross Downhill track in the Swedish winter resort Are but the flying Finn tumbled to the ice on a treacherous climb late in the spill-filled race and was overtaken by hard-charging outsider Adam Horst in a dramatic finish in front of 10,000 spectators.
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