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The opening races of the 2019-20 World Cup season just around the corner and if you’re like us, you want to catch as much action as you can and watch as many races as possible. Lucky for you, we’ve got you covered.

NBC Sports, Olympic Channel: Home of Team USA, and NBC Sport’s Gold’s “Snow Pass” will combine to air every alpine skiing World Cup race this season. Every race will stream live on Snow Pass.

NBC Sports Gold’s Snow Pass returns for another season, giving fans access to live and on-demand domestic and international competitions of seven Olympic winter sports from October 2019 through March 2020. Snow Pass will feature an unprecedented 900 hours – including nearly 100 exclusive hours – of coverage of FIS alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, freestyle skiing, snowboarding, nordic combined, ski jumping, and biathlon events. The 2019-20 Snow Pass is available for purchase now for $69.99 by visiting NBCSportsGold.com.

A complement to the hundreds of hours of Olympic winter sport programming airing across NBC, NBCSN, Olympic Channel: Home of Team USA, and their respective digital platforms, Snow Pass includes every remaining stop of the World Cup season for each of the seven sports, including exclusive live and on-demand coverage of many alpine skiing events, beginning Oct. 26.   

NBC Sports Gold, NBC Sports Digital’s direct-to-consumer live streaming product, holds the exclusive rights to all FIS events held in Austria, and will stream the first FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup races of the 2019-20 season from Soelden, Austria, on “Snow Pass” on Oct. 26-27.

NBC Sports’ 2019-20 “Snow Pass” schedule includes snow sports events in Killington, Vermont (Nov. 30 – Dec. 1); Atalanta, Georgia (Dec. 20 – 21), Deer Valley, Utah (Feb. 6 – 8); Oslo, Norway (Mar. 7 – 8); Are, Sweden (Mar. 13 – 14); and Minneapolis, Minnesota (Mar. 17). The Hahnenkamm downhill race from Kitzbuehel, Austria, on January 24 is also exclusive to “Snow Pass” subscribers.

NBC Sports Gold is available on Apple iOS, Android, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Roku and online at NBCSportsGold.com. NBC Sports Gold is powered by Playmaker Media, NBC Sports Digital’s technology service which provides end-to-end support for companies in need of best-in-class live streaming and VOD solutions. Click here for more information. 

Following is the broadcast schedule for NBC, NBCSN, Olympic Channel: Home of Team USA and the schedule for NBC Sports Gold’s 2019-20 “Snow Pass”:

Editor’s note: Ski Racing Media has a business partnership with NBC Sports.

2019-20 Alpine skiing World Cup broadcast schedule

DateTime (ET)EventNetwork
Oct. 265 a.m.Women’s GS – SoeldenNBC Sports Gold
Oct. 275 a.m.Men’s GS – SoeldenNBC Sports Gold
Nov. 237 a.m.Women’s SL – LeviOlympic Channel
6 p.m.*Women’s SL – LeviNBCSN
Nov. 247 a.m.Men’s SL – LeviOlympic Channel
Nov. 3012:30 p.m.Women’s GS – KillingtonNBCSN
2 p.m.Men’s DH — Lake LouiseOlympic Channel
3:30 p.m.*Women’s GS – KillingtonNBC
6 p.m.*Women’s GS – KillingtonOlympic Channel
9 p.m.*Men’s DH — Lake LouiseNBCSN
Dec. 112:30 p.m.Women’s SL – KillingtonNBC
2 p.m.Men’s SG — Lake LouiseNBC
6 p.m.*Men’s SG — Lake LouiseOlympic Channel
7:30 p.m.*Women’s SL – KillingtonNBCSN
Dec. 612:30 p.m.Men’s SG – Beaver CreekNBCSN
2:30 p.m.Women’s DH – Lake LouiseOlympic Channel
11 p.m.*Women’s DH – Lake LouiseNBCSN
Dec. 71 p.m.Men’s DH – Beaver CreekOlympic Channel
2:30 p.m.Women’s DH – Lake LouiseOlympic Channel
11 p.m.*Men’s DH – Beaver CreekNBCSN
Dec. 81 p.m.Women’s SG – Lake LouiseOlympic Channel
2:30 p.m.Men’s GS – Beaver CreekOlympic Channel
5 p.m.*Men’s GS – Beaver CreekNBC
6 p.m.*Women’s SG – Lake LouiseNBCSN
Dec. 144:30 a.m.Women’s SG – St. MoritzOlympic Channel
7 a.m.Men’s GS — Val d’IsereOlympic Channel
9:30 p.m.*Women’s SG – St. MoritzNBCSN
Dec. 156:30 a.m.Men’s SL — Val d’IsereOlympic Channel
7:30 a.m.Women’s PSL – St. MoritzOlympic Channel
8 p.m.*Women’s PSL – St. MoritzNBCSN
Dec. 177:30 a.m.Women’s GS — CourchevelOlympic Channe
6 p.m.*Women’s GS — CourchevelNBCSN
Dec. 206 a.m.Men’s SG — Val GardenaOlympic Channel
Dec. 214:30 a.m.Women’s DH – Val d’IsereOlympic Channel
5:45 a.m.Men’s DH — Val GardenaOlympic Channel
8:30 p.m.*Men’s DH — Val GardenaNBCSN
Dec. 226 a.m.Men’s GS – Alta BadiaOlympic Channel
7 a.m.Women’s SC – Val d’IsereOlympic Channel
7:30 p.m.*Women’s SC – Val d’IsereNBCSN
Dec. 2312 p.m.Men’s PGS – Alta BadiaOlympic Channel
Dec. 284:15 a.m.Women’s GS – LienzNBC Sports Gold
5:30 a.m.Men’s DH — BormioOlympic Channel
Dec. 294 a.m.Women’s SL — LienzNBC Sports Gold
8 a.m.Men’s SC – BormioOlympic Channel
Jan. 410 a.m.Women’s SL — ZagrebOlympic Channel
2 p.m.*Women’s SL — ZagrebNBCSN
Jan. 511:30 a.m.Men’s SL — ZagrebOlympic Channel
Jan. 61 a.m.*Men’s SL — ZagrebNBCSN
Jan. 82:30 p.m.Men’s SL – Madonna di CampiglioOlympic Channel
Jan. 115:45 a.m.Women’s DH — AltenmarktNBC Sports Gold
7 a.m.Men’s GS — AdelbodenOlympic Channel
11:30 p.m.*Men’s GS — AdelbodenNBCSN
Jan. 123:15 a.m.Women’s SC — AltenmarktNBC Sports Gold
7:30 a.m.Men’s SL — AdelbodenOlympic Channel
Jan. 131 a.m.*Men’s SL — AdelbodenNBCSN
Jan. 1412 p.m.*Women’s SL — FlachauNBC Sports Gold
Jan. 178 a.m.Men’s SC — WengenOlympic Channel
Jan. 186:30 a.m.Men’s DH — WengenOlympic Channel
8 a.m.Women’s GS — SestriereOlympic Channel
8 p.m.*Men’s DH — WengenNBCSN
9 p.m.*Women’s GS — SestriereNBCSN
Jan. 195:30 a.m.Women’s PSL — SestriereOlympic Channel
7 a.m.Men’s SL — WengenOlympic Channel
8 p.m.*Women’s PSL — SestriereNBCSN
9 p.m.*Men’s SL — WengenNBCSN
Jan. 245:30 a.m.Men’s SG — KitzbuehelNBC Sports Gold
Jan. 253:30 a.m.Women’s DH – BanskoOlympic Channel
5:30 a.m.Men’s DH — KitzbuehelNBC Sports Gold
9 a.m.*Women’s DH – BanskoNBCSN
Jan. 263 a.m.Women’s SG – BanskoOlympic Channel
4:30 a.m.Men’s SL — KitzbuehelNBC Sports Gold
12:30 p.m.*Women’s SG – BanskoNBCSN
Jan. 271 p.m.*Men’s DH/SG – KitzbuehelNBCSN
3 p.m.*Men’s SL – KitzbuehelNBCSN
Jan. 2811:45 a.m.Men’s SL — SchladmingNBC Sports Gold
Feb. 13:30 a.m.Women’s DH — Rosa KhutorOlympic Channel
5:30 a.m.Men’s DH – GarmischOlympic Channel
12:30 p.m.*Men’s DH – GarmischNBCSN
Feb. 23 a.m.Women’s SG — Rosa KhutorOlympic Channel
7:30 a.m.Men’s GS – GarmischOlympic Channel
4 p.m.*Men’s GS – GarmischNBCSN
Feb. 85:30 a.m.Women’s DH — GarmischOlympic Channel
7 a.m.Men’s SL – ChamonixOlympic Channel
2 p.m.*Women’s DH — GarmischNBCSN
Feb. 95 a.m.Women’s SG – GarmischOlympic Channel
7 a.m.Men’s PGS — ChamonixOlympic Channel
4:30 p.m.*Women’s SG – GarmischNBCSN
Feb. 1410 p.m.Men’s DH — YanqingOlympic Channel
Feb. 157 a.m.Women’s GS – MariborOlympic Channel
10 p.m.Men’s SG — YanqingNBCSN
11:30 p.m.*Women’s GS — MariborNBCSN
Feb. 167:30 a.m.Women’s SL — MariborOlympic Channel
9:30 p.m.*Women’s SL — MariborNBCSN
Feb. 2111 p.m.Men’s GS — NaebaOlympic Channel
Feb. 224:30 a.m.Women’s DH — Crans-MontanaOlympic Channel
11 p.m.Men’s SL — NaebaOlympic Channel
11:30 p.m.*Women’s DH — Crans-MontanaNBCSN
Feb. 237:30 a.m.Women’s SC — Crans-MontanaOlympic Channel
4:30 p.m.*Women’s SC — Crans-MontanaNBCSN
Feb. 294:30 a.m.Women’s SG — La ThuileOlympic Channel
6:30 a.m.Men’s SG — HinterstoderNBC Sports Gold
March 112 a.m.*Women’s SG — La ThuileNBCSN
3:45 a.m.Men’s SC — HinterstoderNBC Sports Gold
8 a.m.Women’s SC — La ThuileOlympic Channel
March 75 a.m.Men’s DH — KvitfjellOlympic Channel
6:30 a.m.Women’s GS — OfterschwangOlympic Channel
March 812 a.m.*Women’s GS — OfterschwangNBCSN
1 a.m.*Men’s DH — KvitfjellNBCSN
4:30 a.m.Men’s SG — KvitfjellOlympic Channel
6:30 a.m.Women’s SL — OfterschwangOlympic Channel
March 91 a.m.*Women’s SL — OfterschwangNBCSN
March 128 a.m.Women’s PSL — AreNBC Sports Gold
March 1311 a.m.Women’s GS — AreOlympic Channel
5 p.m.*Women’s GS — AreNBCSN
March 1410 a.m.Men’s GS — Kranjska GoraOlympic Channel
11 a.m.Women’s SL — AreOlympic Channel
March 153:30 a.m.Men’s SL — Kranjska GoraNBC Sports Gold
March 183:30 a.m.Men’s DH — World Cup FinalsOlympic Channel
5 a.m.Women’s DH – World Cup FinalsOlympic Channel
2:30 p.m.*Men’s DH — World Cup FinalsNBCSN
3:30 p.m.*Women’s DH – World Cup FinalsNBCSN
March 194 a.m.Women’s SG – World Cup FinalsOlympic Channel
5 a.m.Men’s SG – World Cup FinalsOlympic Channel
11 a.m.*Women’s SG – World Cup FinalsNBCSN
March 206 a.m.Team Event – World Cup FinalsOlympic Channel
11 a.m.*Team Event – World Cup FinalsNBCSN
March 216 a.m.Men’s GS — World Cup FinalsOlympic Channel
7 a.m.Women’s SL — World Cup FinalsOlympic Channel
March 2212 a.m.*Men’s GS — World Cup FinalsNBCSN
1 a.m.*Women’s SL — World Cup FinalsNBCSN
6 a.m.Women’s GS — World Cup FinalsOlympic Channel
7 a.m.Men’s SL — World Cup FinalsOlympic Channel
March 2312 a.m.*Women’s GS – World Cup FinalsNBCSN

*Delayed broadcast

NBC Sport’s Gold’s Snow Pass Schedule:

EVENTDATE
ALPINE SKIING 
Sölden, AUTOct. 26 – 27
Levi, FINNov. 23 – 24
Killington, USANov. 30 – Dec. 1
Lake Louise, CANNov. 30 – Dec. 1
Beaver Creek, USADec. 6 – 8
Lake Louise, CANDec. 6 – 8
St. Mortiz, SUIDec. 14 – 15
Val d’Isere, FRADec. 14 – 15
Courchevel, FRADec. 17
Val Gardena, ITADec. 20 – 21   
Val d’Isere, FRADec. 21 – 22
Alta Badia, ITADec. 22 – 23  
Lienz, AUTDec. 28 – 29
Bormio, ITADec. 28 – 29
Zagreb, CROJan. 4 – 5
Madonna, ITAJan. 8
Zauchensee, AUTJan. 11 – 12
Adelboden, SUIJan. 11 – 12
Flachau, AUTJan. 14
Wengen, SUIJan. 17 – 19
Sestriere, ITAJan. 18 – 19
Kitzbühel, AUTJan. 24 – 26
Bansko, BULJan. 25 – 26
Schladming, AUTJan. 28
Garmisch-Partenkirchen, GERFeb. 1 – 2
Rosa Khutor, RUSFeb. 1 – 2
Garmisch-Partenkirchen, GERFeb. 8 – 9
Chamonix, FRAFeb. 8 – 9
Yanqing, CHNFeb. 15 – 16
Maribor, SLOFeb. 15 – 16
Crans Montana, SUIFeb. 22 – 23
Yuzawa Naeba, JPNFeb. 22 – 23
La Thuile, ITAFeb. 29 – Mar. 1
Hinterstoder, AUTFeb. 29 – Mar. 1
Ofterschwang, GERMar. 7 – 8
Kvitfjell, NORMar. 7 – 8
Stockholm, SWEMar. 10
Are, SWEMar. 13 – 14
Kranjska Gora, SLOMar. 14 – 15 
Cortina, ITAMar. 18 – 22

Information courtesy of NBC Sports.

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