Departure in Kitzbühel: Streifle race is on free TV | game

There has never been so much to win!

It's finally that time again: from Friday to Sunday the ski race is in Kitzbühel. Two extreme disciplines of skiing are on the agenda, with two downhill runs and a slalom. BILD has an overview of the next ski highlight for you.

The legendary festival is being held for the 84th time The winter sports event takes place in the Tyrolean Hahnenkamm. The slope is considered one of the most dangerous: with an 85 percent gradient and a speed of 150 kilometers per hour, the Streif is considered the most difficult and dangerous slope in the world.

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Freedag

  • 11.30 am: Departure Kitzbühel (Winner: Cyprien Sarasin/France)
  • 6pm: Starting number draw for Saturday departure

Saturday

  • 11.30 am: Departure Hanengam
  • Then: the victory presentation
  • Start the number raffle for the slalom on Sunday at 6pm

Sunday

  • 10.30 am: Slalom Hahnenkom first run
  • 1.30pm: Slalom Hahnenkom 2nd run
  • After: Awards Ceremony

Broadcast on Free TV

Attention Sky fans: all three races will be shown free-to-air on ARD. The Erste Media Library will also have free live streaming. Also Eurosport and DAZN (advertisement) Displays the event.

Prize money – who gets how much?

In total, over a million euros can be won in three days – more than ever before. But how are the winning prizes distributed?

Here's how much each player earns per bet:

Up to the 30th place, the remaining participants will receive 2,000 euros each.

How is the overall World Cup standings?

This is the interim status ahead of the ski weekend in Kitzbühel:

Name Nation points
1. Flats Marco Odermatt Switzerland 1016
2. Flats Marco Schwarz Austria 464
3. Flats Cyprian Sarasin France 460
4. Flats Alexander A. Evidence Norway 440
5. Flats Manuel Feller Austria 384

Last season's overall winner Swiss Marco Odermatt (26) has a huge lead.

Proud as hell: Marco Odermatt celebrates his victory in the downhill race in Wengen last Saturday

Photo: Peter Schneider/dpa

The top-placed German, Linus Strasser (31), is in 30th place with 108 points. However, the slalom in Kitzbühel suits the Munich native better: he finished fourth here last year.

How did the first descent in Kitzbühel go?

Surprise first landing on the strip! French ski star Cyprien Sarrasin (29) won the first of two downhill runs in Kitzbühel on Friday. In the famous Streiff, the 29-year-old won just ahead of South Tyrolean Florian Scheider (+0.05 seconds) and Switzerland's World Cup dominant Marco Odermatt (+0.34).

Bright spots among German ski stars! After recent disappointing downhill results, two Germans remain in the top 15 after 40 starts: Dominik Schweiger in 13th place (+1.35), Simon Jocher one place behind (+1.36).

Disappointment among Germany's experienced downhill skiers: Romt Baumann (+2.32), Josef Ferstl (+2.60) and Andreas Sander (+3.18), missing the top 30.

Thomas Tressen, the 2018 Kitzbühel winner, decided not to start on Friday and wants to take part in the second Hahnenkamm downhill run on Saturday (11.30 am/ARD and Eurosport). On the BILD live ticker) This was his last World Cup race: Dreschen would end his career after several injuries and surgeries.

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