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Ski World Cup in Beaver Creek and Tremblant: Here the races are live on TV and stream

2023-11-30T13:02:08.788Z

Highlights: Ski World Cup in Beaver Creek and Tremblant: Here the races are live on TV and stream. Former Streif winner Thomas Dreßen leads the German ski team at the Alpine World Cup races. On Friday and Saturday, there will be a downhill and a super-G (both at 18:45 p.m. CET). There is a giant slalom on Saturday and Sunday in TrembLant, Canada. Both the men's and women's races will not be broadcast live on free-to-air TV on the public broadcasters.



Status: 30.11.2023, 13:48 PM

By: Korbinian Kothny

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Beaver Creek and Tremblant will host the next men's and women's Ski World Cup races. Here's how to watch the competitions live on TV and stream.

Beaver Creek/Tremblant – Former Streif winner Thomas Dreßen leads the German ski team at the Alpine World Cup races in Beaver Creek. After the downhill runs on the Matterhorn planned for mid-November had once again fallen victim to the weather, nothing stands in the way of the speed opener in the USA next weekend.

And the ladies are also on the slopes of North America, not in Beaver Creek, but in Tremblant, Canada. There is a giant slalom on Saturday and Sunday.

Ski World Cup at the weekend: World Cup locations and start times

DateTimeRun
Friday, December 118.45 p.m.Men's Downhill (Beaver Creek, USA)
Saturday, December 218.45 p.m.Men's Downhill (Beaver Creek, USA)
Saturday, December 217:00 p.m. (1st run) / 20:15 p.m. (2nd run)Women's Giant Slalom (Tremblant, Canada)
Sunday, December 318.45 p.m.Men's Super-G (Beaver Creek, USA)
Sunday, December 317:00 p.m. (1st run) / 20:15 p.m. (2nd run)Women's Giant Slalom (Tremblant, Canada)

The course was "super prepared, so really nice to ride" in the first training, said Dreßen in a statement from the German Ski Association (DSV) on Wednesday. He had "looked at everything closely and knows what I have to do before the weekend in order to be fast". Dreßen won the legendary Hahnenkamm Downhill in Kitzbühel in 2018. After years of health setbacks, he wants to attack again this winter and is considered a beacon of hope among the German speed specialists.

Thomas Dreßen and the German downhill racers start the season. © Sammy Minkoff via www.imago-images.de

Ski World Cup in Beaver Creek and Tremblant: Where will the races be broadcast?

  • Both the men's and women's races will not be broadcast live on free-to-air TV on the public broadcasters this weekend.
  • However, ZDF will broadcast all races in a live stream at sportstudio.de.
  • In addition, ZDF will offer a summary of Friday's men's downhill in its linear programming on Saturday and a summary of Saturday's women's giant slalom on Sunday.
  • Eurosport will broadcast all men's races as well as the women's giant slalom live on TV on Saturday.

In addition to the 30-year-old, Romed Baumann, Josef Ferstl, Simon Jocher, Andreas Sander and Luis Vogt will also take to the slopes in Beaver Creek. On Friday and Saturday, there will be a downhill and on Sunday there will be a super-G (both at 18:45 p.m. CET).

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Source: merkur

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