When energy drink Red Bull puts its name on an event, spectators aren't typically lined up by the tens of thousands to see any demure happenings like an Easter Parade or a county fair — not that there's anything wrong with them — but more along the lines of some extreme sporting event. In the case of the live finals of Red Bull Crashed Ice — described as a combination of downhill skating, hockey, and boarder-cross, and broadcast on Canada's TSN sports network — a crowd of 85,000 lined a ...
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