• RIGHTS

    Full global rights from 2021 to 2025, all media types. 

     

     

  • PRODUCTION

    All races produced with latest technology, English graphics and English commentary upon request. Live and delayed programming, highlights and news clips.

  • RACES

    Around 44 Men’s and Women’s races per edition. 120 hours of programming per edition.

     

  • DISCIPLINES

    Alpine, Ski Jumping, Cross-Country and  Nordic Combined. 

     

     

ALPINE & NORDIC

WORLD SKI CHAMPIONSHIPS

  • Approximately 600 athletes from 77 countries took part to the 2019 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships

  • The 2019 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships awarded 33 medals to 10 countries

  • Approximately 700 athletes from 60 countries took part to the 2019 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 

  • The 2019 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships awarded 66 medals to 12 countries

  • For the 2019 edition Infront ensured live/delayed coverage in around 170 countries and agreements with more than 40 broadcasters worldwide

  • On top of the 2021 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships, Cortina d’Ampezzo (ITA) will also host the Olympic Winter Games in 2026

SCHEDULING

  • Scheduled in February/March of ODD-NUMBERED YEARS

  • 12 DAYS of competitions per each event

  • Races are generally held in the MORNING, with some NIGHT EVENTS possible

 

2021 FIS ALPINE  WORLD SKI CHAMPIONSHIPS

8 - 21 FEB, 2021

Cortina d’Ampezzo (ITA)

 

2021 FIS NORDIC  WORLD SKI CHAMPIONSHIPS

25 FEB – 7 MAR 2021

Oberstdorf (GER)

 

2023 FIS ALPINE  WORLD SKI CHAMPIONSHIPS

2023

Meribel-Courchevel (FRA)

 

2023 FIS NORDIC  WORLD SKI CHAMPIONSHIPS

2023

Planica (SLO)

 

2025 FIS ALPINE WORLD SKI CHAMPIONSHIPS

2025

Saalbach (AUT)

 

2025 FIS NORDIC WORLD SKI CHAMPIONSHIPS

2025

Trondheim (NOR)

FIS ALPINE & NORDIC

WORLD SKI CHAMPIONSHIPS

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