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Alpine skiing, when are the next races? Kvitfjell and Lenzerheide calendar, schedule, schedules, tv


After having put the weekends in Crans Montana and Garmisch on file, it is already time to think about the next stages of the Alpine Ski World Cup 2021-2022 . The White Circus, in fact, does not stop and, on the contrary, dives into the final rush of its vintage, to go and deliver its own Crystal Balls.

The program foresees that the women’s sector will move a few kilometers to Switzerland, more precisely to Lenzerheide, for the dispute of a super-G and a giant, while the men will fly north towards Kvitfjell in Norway where the fast specialties will be in action, two descents (one is the one that was sent back to Lake Louise and then to Beaver Creek) and a super-G.

ON TV – The 2021-2022 Alpine Ski World Cup will be broadcast live by Raisport and Eurosport. Full streaming coverage will be guaranteed by discovery + and Eurosport Player, while RaiPlay will guarantee live coverage of the races. Also on DAZN, SkyGO and NOW it will be possible to follow the White Circus in streaming. OA Sport will offer you LIVE LIVE textuals of each race, so as not to miss a second of the Circo Bianco show.


Wednesday 2 March

Time to be determined – first men’s downhill test Kvitfjell

Thursday 3rd March

Time to be determined – second men’s downhill test Kvitfjell

Friday 4th March

11.30 am first men’s descent Kvitfjell

Saturday 5th March

10.00 women’s super-G Lenzerheide
11.30 am second men’s descent Kvitfjell

Sunday 6 March

10.00 am first round of women’s giant Lenzerheide
11.00 am men’s super-G Kvitfjell
1.30 pm second round of women’s giant Lenzerheide