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About ATSX

The World's Fastest Sport On Skates

In Ice Cross, fearless skaters hurtle down courses of up to 700 meters in length, filled with obstacles such as bumps, turns, hairpins and waves. The ice can be natural, in ski resorts, or artificial, at city centre locations. Riders go 4-at-a-time, at speeds of up to 80 km/h. The fastest two advance to the next round until there is a 4-rider final, in each category (Men, Women, Junior). Depending on the difficulty of the track and the amount of World Championship/Ranking points available for the athletes, race week-ends are labelled ATSX 250, 500 or 1000. Over the past two decades, 1,000 athletes from 51 countries and 5 continents have taken part in races that have become so popular that they draw enormous and enthusiastic crowds.

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About Canadian
Icecross Federation

The federation was incorporated on March 2, 2021. It aims to promote the sport across Canada, develop new athletes of all ages. The mission of the Canadian Ice Cross Federation is to find agreements with the provinces, cities, ski hills to host future events and in order to have accessible training sites during the winter seasons. The Federation's vision for the future is to create an amateur sports league (ATSX 100) in Canada in order to eventually make teams of all ages for the development of the sport, to create seasons, events specific to Canadian athletes (small Canadian event) and with partners the ATSX also to organize international events. The values of the Federation are team spirit, integrity, athlete satisfaction, ambition, determination, perseverance and ultimately passion for sport.

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