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Ski World Cup this weekend: How to watch the races in Val-d'Isère and St. Moritz live on TV and stream

2023-12-07T19:19:32.743Z

Highlights: Ski World Cup this weekend: How to watch the races in Val-d'Isère and St. Moritz live on TV and stream. Ski racer Alexander Schmid is about to make his comeback in the World Cup after rupturing his cruciate ligament. The world champion in the parallel giant slalom is in the squad of the German Ski Association. All ski races will be broadcast live on free TV on ARD at the weekend, but there may be later entries.



Status: 07.12.2023, 20:00 PM

By: Korbinian Kothny

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The alpine ski stars will be guests in Val-d'Isère and St. Moritz this weekend. Here's how to watch the races live on TV and stream.

Val-d'Isère / St. Moritz – Ski racer Alexander Schmid is about to make his comeback in the World Cup after rupturing his cruciate ligament. The world champion in the parallel giant slalom is in the squad of the German Ski Association (DSV) for the giant slalom next Saturday (9.30 a.m.) in Val d'Isere, France.

Ski World Cup in Val-d'Isère and St. Moritz this weekend: these are the races

DateTimeRun
Friday, December 810.30 a.m.Women's Super-G in St. Moritz
Saturday, December 99.30 a.m. (1st run) / 13.00 p.m. (2nd run)Men's Giant Slalom in Val-d'Isère
Saturday, December 910.30 a.m.Women's Downhill in St. Moritz
Sunday, December 109.30 a.m. (1st run) / 12.30 p.m. (2nd run)Men's Slalom in Val-d'Isère
Sunday, December 1010.30 a.m.Women's Super-G in St. Moritz

Ski World Cup in Val-d'Isère and St. Moritz: Where will the races be broadcast on TV and stream?

  • All ski races will be broadcast live on free TV on ARD at the weekend. However, due to possible overlaps with other World Cups, there may be later entries.
  • ARD also offers a live stream of all races on sportschau.de.
  • Eurosport will also broadcast all races live on TV.

"I can now ski pain-free. Here and there I still take a break from training to manage the load in the best possible way, but that's normal," said Schmid, who suffered a serious injury shortly after his World Championship triumph in February: "Of course, I'm very much looking forward to Val d'Isère because it will simply be the first race after my injury break."

Alexander Schmid is on the verge of a comeback after his cruciate ligament rupture. © IMAGO/Lise Åserud

In addition to the giant slalom, the men's slalom in France (Sunday/9.30 a.m.) is on the program. In the women's race, the women's speed specialists will contest one downhill (Saturday) and two super-G races (Friday and Sunday/10.30 a.m.) in St. Moritz, Switzerland. (sid/kk

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