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October 22 2016 - March 26

Alpine Skiing World Championships and World Cup

Watch the competition LIVE

Follow the best all of the Alpine Skiing season LIVE on Eurosport Player

Alpine Skiing: The 2016-2017 edition of the Alpine Skiing World Cup began on 22nd October 2016 and will run through to 26th March 2017. Eurosport’s coverage of the Alpine Skiing World Championships from St Moritz runs from 6th to the 19th February 2017.

To make sure you don't miss a moment of this World Cup, here is the provisional schedule:

OCTOBER 2016

Sölden: 22/10 - 23/10

NOVEMBER 2016

Levi: 12/11 - 13/11 

Killington: 26/11 - 27/11

Lake Louise: 26/11 - 27/11

DECEMBER 2016

Lake Louise: 03/12 - 04/12

Beaver Creek: 02/12 - 06/12

Are: 12/12 - 13/12

Val d'Isère: 12/12 - 13/12

Val Gardena: 18/12 - 19/12

Val d'Isère: 16/12 - 18/12

Courchevel: 20/12 

Semmering: 28/12 - 29/12

Santa Caterina: 28/12 – 29/12

JANUARY 2017

Zagreb: 03/01 - 05/01

Adelboden: 07/01 - 08/01

Marbor: 07/01 - 08/01

Flachau: 10/01

Wengen: 13/01 - 15/01

Altenmarkt/Zauchensee: 14/01 - 15/01

Kitzbühel: 20/01 - 22/01

Garmisch-Partenk: 21/01 - 22/01

Schladming: 16/01 - 17/01

San Vigilio: 22/01 - 24/01

Cortina d'Ampezzo: 28/01 - 29/01

Garmisch-Partenk: 26/01 - 26/01

Stockholm: 31/01 

FEBRUARY 2017

St. Moritz: 06/02 – 19/02

Crans-Montana: 25/02 - 2/02

Kvitjell: 25/02 - 26/02

MARCH 2017

Jeongseon: 04/03 - 05/03

Kranjska Gora: 04/03 - 05/03

Squaw Valley: 11/03 - 12/03

Aspen: 15/03 - 19/03

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