Saslong Classic Club / Gardena - Gröden
Str. Dursan, 106    |    I - 39047 St. Cristina
Tel. +39 0471 793450
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The Val Gardena/Gröden races will be broadcast live on TV and via stream.


From Thursday to Saturday, two downhill races and a super-G at the foot of the Sassolungo/Langkofel will once again guarantee a skiing spectacle of the very finest. In the coming days, numerous broadcasters will report live from Val Gardena/Gröden - the races can be followed either on TV or via stream in real-time.


As in previous years, the tried and tested South Tyrolean public "ski channels" RAI 2, ORF 1, and SF 2 will broadcast all the Val Gardena/Gröden races live on TV. The Europe-wide sports channel Eurosport will also broadcast all three speed events in real-time. Thursday's downhill and Friday's super-G will be broadcast live from Val Gardena/Gröden by 13 and 15 channels, respectively, the downhill classic will be flickering across TV screens in real-time on a total of 18 channels on Saturday.

In the United States, U.S. Ski & Snowboard, Stifel, and NBC Sports have teamed up to launch a groundbreaking new television series, Stifel Snow Show, that follows the arc of the winter sports season, bringing fans closer to the high-adrenaline world of competitive skiing and snowboarding. Stifel Snow Show premiered on CNBC on Saturday, Dec. 2, at 1:30 p.m. ET. Episodes will be released weekly on Saturdays through March 23, with each new installment available on demand across multiple platforms, including Peacock, NBC Sports', and U.S. Ski & Snowboard's YouTube channels,, and Outside+, ensuring widespread accessibility.

In addition to the many linear TV programs, ski enthusiasts worldwide can watch the speed spectacle on the Saslong via live stream. Over a dozen media outlets will broadcast the ski footage from the heart of the Dolomites to the world in real-time."