The 2015 season marked Scott Croxall’s seventh year competing in ice cross downhill, and the 24-year-old took the World Championship title for the first time. Scott has competed in ice cross downhill races around the world since 2009.
Growing up in Mississauga, Ontario, Scott enjoyed hockey, simultaneously perfecting numerous skills to be a standout player, and feels ice cross downhill is no different. "To be successful at Ice Cross Downhill," Scott explains, "you need great speed, strength, and balance."
After watching his brother, Kyle Croxall, competing in Red Bull Crashed Ice in 2008, Scott decided to register for the chance to compete in the 2009 Canadian edition and qualified. For the very first time, both brothers took part in the event in 2009 in Quebec City in front of thousands of fans and family members.