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How to watch Mikaela Shiffrin in her signature event this weekend

Audi FIS Alpine Ski World Cup - Women's Slalom

KILLINGTON, USA - NOVEMBER 25: Mikaela Shiffrin of USA competes during the Audi FIS Alpine Ski World Cup Women’s Slalom on November 25, 2018 in Killington USA. (Photo by Alexis Boichard/Agence Zoom/Getty Images)

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After notching her 36th slalom win this past weekend to become the most successful female slalom skier in World Cup history, Mikaela Shiffrin looks to continue her streak in Zagreb, Croatia. Shiffrin, 23, has had a stellar start to the season: on December 22, she became the youngest skier to reach 50 World Cup wins. She also set the record for most World Cup wins in a calendar year (15) with her victory in Semmering, Austria, on December 29. The three-time Olympic medalist finished second in her most recent World Cup race, a city event in Oslo on New Year’s Day.

PyeongChang gold medalist Jessie Diggins headlines the U.S. women at the Tour de Ski, a multi-stage cross-country skiing World Cup competition modeled after cycling’s Tour de France. After finishing third in the sprint on Tuesday, Diggins moved into first place in competition standings. Last season, she became the first American to finish on the overall podium at the event, placing third.

The ski jumping World Cup continues with the Four Hills Tournament, which is held annually at the turn of each year and includes four competitions in Germany and Austria. PyeongChang Olympians Kevin Bickner and Nita Englund headline the U.S. competitors.

Coverage of the Nordic Combined World Cup on Saturday and Sunday will also be available on NBC Sports Gold.

ALPINE SKIING WORLD CUP -- Oslo, Norway and Zagreb, Croatia

DayTime (ET)EventTVStream
Saturday7:00 a.m.Women’s Slalom (Run 1)NBC Sports Gold
10:00 a.m.Women’s Slalom (Run 2)Olympic ChannelNBC Sports Gold
Sunday6:15 a.m.Men’s Slalom (Run 1)NBC Sports Gold
9:30 a.m.Men’s Slalom (Run 2)Olympic ChannelNBC Sports Gold

CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING WORLD CUP -- Val Muestair, Switzerland, Oberstdorf, Germany and Val di Femme, Italy

DayTime (ET)EventTVStream
Wednesday6:00 a.m.Tour de Ski: W 10km Mass StartOlympic ChannelNBC Sports Gold
8:00 a.m.Tour de Ski: M 15km Mass StartOlympic ChannelNBC Sports Gold
Thursday7:00 a.m.Tour de Ski: M 15km PursuitOlympic ChannelNBC Sports Gold
9:00 a.m.Tour de Ski: W 10km PursuitOlympic ChannelNBC Sports Gold
Saturday8:00 a.m.Tour de Ski: W 10km Mass StartOlympic ChannelNBC Sports Gold
2:00 p.m.*Tour de Ski: M 15km Mass StartOlympic ChannelNBC Sports Gold
Sunday7:00 a.m.Tour de Ski: W Final ClimbOlympic ChannelNBC Sports Gold
2:00 p.m.*Tour de Ski: M Final ClimbOlympic ChannelNBC Sports Gold

*Same-day delay All races stream live on NBC Sports Gold for “Snow Pass” subscribers and will have a replay of the event. Click here for more info.

NORDIC COMBINED WORLD CUP -- Otepaa, Estonia

DayTime (ET)EventTVStream
Saturday4:00 a.m.Men’s HS97NBC Sports Gold
6:30 a.m.Men’s 10kmNBC Sports Gold
Sunday5:00 a.m.Men’s HS97NBC Sports Gold
7:45 a.m.Men’s 10kmNBC Sports Gold

SKI JUMPING WORLD CUP -- Four Hills Tournament, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, Innsbruck and Bischofshofen, Austria

DayTime (ET)EventTVStream
Thursday8:00 a.m.Men’s HS130 (Qual)NBC Sports Gold
Friday8:00 a.m.Men’s HS130NBC Sports Gold
Saturday11:00 a.m.Men’s HS142 (Qual)NBC Sports Gold
Sunday11:00 a.m.Men’s HS142NBC Sports Gold

*Same-day delay All events stream live on NBC Sports Gold for “Snow Pass” subscribers and will have a replay of the event. Click here for more info.