The traditional Laubern downhill run for men is taking place in Wengen, Switzerland. Here you can follow the race in the live ticker.
With the men’s Lauberhorn descent in Wengen, a top-class alpine skiing event is taking place today. Who will be the fastest down the longest run in the World Cup? In our live ticker you are always up to date.
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Alpine skiing: men’s Lauberhorn descent in Wengen today in the live ticker – before the start
Before start: The German ski racers have the chance to make amends today. After yesterday’s Friday none of the DSV quintet’s participants made it into the top 20 in the downhill on a shortened route, today’s targets are again up front. Yesterday the Norwegian Alexander Aamodt Kilde won in front of the two Swiss Marco Odermatt and Beat Feuz. It’s still a matter of beating these three drivers today.
Before start: The traditional Lauberhorn descent over 4.5 kilometers begins today at 12.30 p.m. Incidentally, it is the longest run in the entire World Cup winter – and always a special highlight.
Before start: Hello and welcome to the live ticker of the men’s downhill in Wengen.
Alpine skiing: men’s Lauberhorn descent in Wengen today live on TV and live stream
The Lauberhorn descent in Wengen can be seen live on free TV today Eurosport and be followed on ZDF. The private broadcaster goes on the air at 12:15 p.m. with its live broadcast, das ZDF at 12.20 p.m.
In order to be able to access the Eurosport live stream on the Eurosport Player, you must first have taken out a paid subscription. The ZDF live stream, on the other hand, can be accessed free of charge.
Thanks to a cooperation between DAZN and Eurosport the alpine skiing event can also be followed live on the streaming service today. The streaming service shines Eurosport 1 and Eurosport 2 around the clock.
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