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The Red Bull Crashed Ice season came to an end last night in Edmonton and it was a great finish for Adam Horst. Horst and his teammates with Living the Dream overcame a big points deficit to finish the season as the top team, and Horst himself had his best finish of the year in the individual races as he finished in sixth place.

Living the Dream came into the final races of the season down 440 points on Prestige Worldwide. Living the Dream got the win they needed and the help down the standings chart as well as Prestige Worldwide had their lowest finish of the year as they came in fifth place. The result meant that Living the Dream finished on top by 110 points.

Prior to this weekend Horst’s best finish in individual competition this year was eighth in Helsinki, Finland. His sixth place finish put him 13th overall in the standings to wrap up the year with a total of 960 points.

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