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Eurosport is Europe s leading wintersports destination with LIVE coverage of the biggest events from 12 different disciplines: Nine wintersports on Eurosport and Eurosport 2: alpine skiing, biathlon, cross-country skiing, curling, luge, Nordic
combined skiing, figure skating, ski jumping, speed skating.
Three wintersports exclusive to Eurosport 2: Ice Hockey, snowboarding, freestyle skiing.
Featuring 12 World Championships, eight World Cups, the regular Ski Pass magazine show and analysis from experts including Bode Miller, Didier Cuche and Adam Malysz, Eurosport s wintersports programming is unrivalled this season.
2013 is a year filled with World Championships: an impressive 12 events in all, combining annual competitions in some key sports with the return of biannual FIS Championships in alpine skiing, Nordic skiing, snowboarding and freestyle skiing.
ALPINE SKIING WORLd CHAMPIONSHIPS IN SCHLAdMING, AUSTRIA Eurosport will cover all races LIVE from 5-17 February. On-site Eurosport expert and former World Champion Didier Cuche will conduct LIVE interviews from the mixed zone to get immediate reaction from the biggest stars. Eurosport show Ski Pass will be broadcast each day at 19:00 CET, featuring the expertise of Bode Miller and special guests to review the day s action.
NORdIC SKIING WORLd CHAMPIONSHIPS IN VAL dI FIEMME, ITALY The Val di Fiemme event features World Championships in cross-country skiing, Nordic combined skiing and ski jumping. Eurosport will broadcast all events LIVE from 20 February - 3 March and will be on-site for LIVE reaction from the ski jumping mixed zone.
OTHER WORLd CHAMPIONSHIPS: biathlon: Nove Mesto, Czech Republic, 6-17 February Women Curling: Riga, Latvia, 16-24 March Men Curling: Victoria, Canada, 30 March - 7 April Figure Skating: London (Ontario), Canada, 10-17 March Freestyle Skiing: Voss-Oslo, Norway, 5-10 March Luge: Whistler, Canada, 1-2 February Snowboarding: Stoneham, Canada, 18-27 January Speed Skating: Salt Lake City, USA (Sprint event),