Battles, Bruises and Brilliant Drama at Finale
A bruising and battle-filled finale took place at Edmonton.
This was the scene of the action on the banks of the frozen North Saskatchewan River.
The action was intense from the start as the men's and women's title battles headed for a conclusion.
A huge crowd turned out to cheer on the athletes.
And there were plenty of incidents to keep them entertained.
The BF Goodrich Traction Corner was were most of the drama took place all night.
The 180 degree turn needed to be given the utmost respect.
And in this case a season-defining crash for Cameron Naasz and Marco Dallago as they opened the door for Scott Croxall to take the title.
Jacqueline Legere was trying to keep her slim hopes of another World Championship title alive in Edmonton.
But Amanda Trunzo has just been too strong all season.
The American crossed the line for the win and her first ever title.
Pain and despair for the former champion Legere.
The two rivals embrace in the finish area.
Trunzo lifts her Edmonton winner's trophy.
And she is joined on the women's podium by Elaine Topolnisky (L) and Sandrine Rangeon.
Luca Dallago stayed cool and calm in the men's final to pick up his second win of the season.
And the Austrian received a hug from his older brother Marco.
Dallago celebrates his best season finish ever - third place overall.
But the night belonged to the world champions, Scott Croxall...
Time for champagne celebrations after a season of hard work paid off.