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- France’s Alexis Pinturault leads after first scuttle of guys’s broad slalom
- Austria’s Marcel Hirscher is 2d and Henrik Kristoffersen, of Norway, is third
- Lawful 0.18 seconds separates high three skiers going into 2d scuttle
- 2d scuttle – 16:30-18:45
- GB’s Charlie Raposo out of medal opponents after ending exterior high 30 in first scuttle
- Britain’s Jack Gower did no longer originate
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The Alpine Ski World Championships
in Are, Sweden originate up on Monday, 4 February and scuttle till Sunday, 17 February.
World champions will seemingly be topped in Slalom,
Big Slalom, Substantial G, Downhill, Crew Occasion and Alpine Mixed. Athletes from
a total of 74 countries are voice to compete at the biennial
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World Cup silver
medallist Dave Ryding will lead the alpine racers, with Laurie Taylor,
Charlie Customer and Alex Tilley also aiming for fulfillment.
The squad head to Sweden
attempting to retract Britain’s first Alpine World Championships medal in 83 years.
Men’s Substantial G – Jack Gower
Men’s Downhill – Jack Gower
Men’s Alpine Mixed – Jack Gower
Alpine Crew Occasion – Dave Ryding, Laurie Taylor
Ladies’ Big Slalom – Alex Tilley
Men’s Big Slalom – Laurie Taylor, Charlie Raposo, Jack Gower
Ladies’ Slalom – Alex Tilley, Charlie Customer
Men’s Slalom – Dave Ryding, Laurie Taylor, Billy Foremost, Zak Vinter
How can I look stay coverage of the Alpine Ski World Championships on the BBC?
On Friday, 15 February
At 13:00-15:05, Men’s Big Slalom – first scuttle, Linked TV and on-line
At 16:30-18:45, Men’s Big Slalom – 2d scuttle, BBC Crimson Button
On Saturday, 16 February
At 09:45-11:45, Ladies’s Slalom – first scuttle, BBC Crimson Button
At 13:15-15:20, Ladies’s Slalom – 2d scuttle, Linked TV and on-line
(repeated, 23:30-01:35, BBC Crimson Button)
On Sunday, 17 February
At 09:45-11:50, Men’s Slalom – first scuttle, BBC Crimson Button
At 13:15-15:40, Men’s Slalom – 2d scuttle, Linked TV and on-line
(repeated 16:00-18:25, BBC Crimson Button)
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