Unable to be in Saint Paul to experience the thrill of ice cross downhill in person? Then watch Saturday's final live right here on redbullcrashedice.com.
Saturday's ice cross downhill final will be streamed LIVE from 7pm CST (that's 2am on Sunday morning if you're staying up late in Europe!) on the Red Bull Crashed Ice website.
Besides a live feed, redbullcrashedice.com will also be hosting live results from Saturday's final as well as the previous days' National and International Shoot Outs – the individual timed runs that take place on Thursday and Friday, respectively, and which determine the field of athletes for the final.
In what will be one of the coldest weekends of the year in Minnesota, with temperatures plunging to minus 15 degrees celsius, championship leader and title holder Kyle Croxall, of Canada, will battle it out against American athletes Cameron Naasz and Tigh Isaac as well as international aces, including Finland's Arttu Pihlainen, Switzerland’s Kilian Braun and Germany's Fabian Mels.
Racing against each other in four-man heats and reaching speeds of up to 70kph, the athletes in the Ice Cross Downhill World Championship are competing in the fastest sport on skates during five global tour stops in 2012/13.