Coverage begins Sunday, 20 January from La Thuile, Italy
MADRID – The Olympic Channel, the over-the-top (OTT) global media destination where fans can discover, engage and share in the power of sport and the excitement of the Olympic Games all year around, presents LIVE streaming coverage of the FIS Telemark World Cup 2019 season worldwide at olympicchannel.com and on its mobile apps.
The FIS Telemark World Cup 2019 season kicks off in the Italian resort of La Thuile for the second year in a row. Competition begins on Sunday, 20 January with the Sprint event and continues on Monday, 21 January with the Classic event.
Following stops include Pralognan-la-Vanoise, France, Ban Hindelang/Oberjoch, Germany, Krvavec, Slovenia, and Pra Loup, France before the World Cup finals in Villars-sur-Ollon, Switzerland from 1-3 March. Following the World Cup season, the telemark world champions will be crowned at the FIS World Ski Championships 2019 will take place in Rjukan, Norway from 20-23 March.
Highlighting the season are veterans Argeline Tan-Bouquet (FRA), Johanna Holzmann (GER), Nicolas Michel (SUI) and Trym Nygaard Loeken (NOR).
Telemarking is the oldest FIS sport to have competitive racing, which combines the elements of Alpine and Nordic skiing. The name “Telemark” comes from the region of the same name in Norway, where the sport originated.
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Olympic Channel LIVE Streaming Schedule: FIS Telemark World Cup 2019 Season
All times UTC. Schedule is subject to change.
|Sunday, 20 January||9:00
|Sprint Run 1 – La Thuile, ITA
Sprint Run 2 – La Thuile, ITA
|Monday, 21 January||10:00||Classic – La Thuile, ITA|
|Friday ,25 January||TBA||Sprint Run 1 – Pralognan-la-Vanoise, FRA|
|Saturday, 26 January||TBA||Classic – Pralognan-la-Vanoise, FRA|
|Tuesday, 29 January||TBA||Sprint – Pra Loup, FRA|
|Wednesday, 30 January||TBA||Parallel Sprint – Pra Loup, FRA|
|Thursday, 1 February||TBA||Classic – Pra Loup, FRA|
|Saturday, 9 February||TBA||Sprint – Ban Hindelang/Oberjoch, GER|
|Sunday, 10 February||TBA||Parallel Sprint – Ban Hindelang/Oberjoch, GER|
|Thursday, 14 February||TBA||Classic – Krvavec, SLO|
|Saturday, 16 February||TBA||Parallel Sprint – Krvavec, SLO|
|Sunday, 17 February||TBA||Sprint – Krvavec, SLO|
|Friday, 1 March||TBA||Classic Finals – Villars-sur-Ollon, SUI|
|Saturday, 2 March||TBA||Sprint Finals – Villars-sur-Ollon, SUI|
|Sunday, 3 March||TBA||Parallel Sprint Finals – Villars-sur-Ollon, SUI|
|Wednesday, 20 March||TBA||FIS World Ski Championships Rjukan 2019, NOR|
|Thursday, 21 March||TBA||FIS World Ski Championships Rjukan 2019, NOR|
|Friday, 22 March||TBA||FIS World Ski Championships Rjukan 2019, NOR|
|Saturday, 23 March||TBA||FIS World Ski Championships Rjukan 2019, NOR|
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