Edmonton: The State of Play

Scott Croxall and Cameron Naasz
Here's how things stand ahead of the big season finale this weekend

After nine races of the 2017/18 Ice Cross Downhill season, it all comes down to this. Three men and two women are all in with a chance of taking the title this weekend in Canada, and it looks certain to be a thrilling end to another dramatic season.

Watch the clip and warm up for the action with a little reminder of how things have played out this season and who's in with a chance of glory.

Watch it Live

Red Bull Crashed Ice Edmonton will broadcast LIVE on redbullcrashedice.com and Red Bull TV on March 10 at 8 PM local time (3 AM GMT). 

It will also be live-streamed at cbcsports.ca from 8:00 p.m. MST, and will also be available on CBC on March 10, immediately following Hockey Night in Canada at approximately 10:45 p.m. MST. CBC Sports' Kelly VanderBeek will host coverage of the event alongside reporter Jacqueline Doorey, who will provide on-the-ground coverage from the venue including post-race interviews from the mixed zone. Calling the event are Red Bull's play-by-play commentators Troy Manering and Reed Whiting.

French-speaking fans can tune in to TVA Sports for a LIVE broadcast at 8:00pm MST.

Red Bull TV is available on connected TVs, gaming consoles, mobile devices and more. For a full list of supported devices visit about.redbull.tv.

If you miss the event or simply want to watch all the action again, the replay will be available on demand a few minutes after the event.

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