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2023 World Alpine Skiing Championships TV, live stream schedule

Mikaela Shiffrin wins her first career giant slalom at the world Alpine skiing championships and becomes the most decorated skier in modern worlds history with 13 medals overall, including seven gold.

Every race of the world Alpine skiing championships airs live on Peacock from Feb. 6-19.

France hosts the biennial worlds in Meribel and Courchevel -- six women’s races, six men’s races and one mixed-gender team event.

Mikaela Shiffrin is the headliner, in the midst of her most successful season in four years with a tour-leading 11 World Cup wins in 23 starts. Shiffrin is up to 85 career World Cup victories, one shy of Ingemar Stenmark‘s record accumulated over the 1970s and ‘80s.

World championships races do not count in the World Cup tally.

Shiffrin is expected to race at least four times at worlds. Going into these championships, she earned a medal in 11 of her 13 career world championships races, including each of the last 10 dating to 2015.

Shiffrin won at least one race at each of the last five world championships (nobody has gold from six different worlds). Her six total golds and 11 total medals are American records. At this edition, she can become the most decorated skier in modern world championships history from any nation.

She entered worlds one medal shy of the record for most individual world championships medals since World War II (Norway’s Kjetil Andre Aamodt) and four medals shy of the all-time record. (Worlds were held annually in the 1930s, albeit with fewer races.)

She also entered one gold medal shy of the post-World War II individual record shared by Austrian Toni Sailer, Frenchwoman Marielle Goitschel and Swede Anja Pärson.

The other favorites at these worlds include Italian Sofia Goggia, the world’s top female downhiller this season, and the two leading men: Swiss Marco Odermatt (No. 1 in super-G and giant slalom) and Norwegian Aleksander Aamodt Kilde (No. 1 in downhill).

2023 World Alpine Skiing Championships Broadcast Schedule

DateEventTime (ET)Platform
Mon., Feb. 6Women’s Combined Super-G Run5 a.m.Peacock
Women’s Combined Slalom Run8:30 a.m.Peacock
Tues., Feb. 7Men’s Combined Super-G Run5 a.m.Peacock
Men’s Combined Slalom Run8:30 a.m.Peacock
Wed., Feb. 8Women’s Super-G5:30 a.m.Peacock
Thu., Feb. 9Men’s Super-G5:30 a.m.Peacock
Sat., Feb. 11Women’s Downhill5 a.m.Peacock
Highlights2:30 p.m.*NBC, Peacock
Sun., Feb. 12Men’s Downhill5 a.mPeacock
Highlights3 p.m.*NBC, Peacock
Tue., Feb. 14Team Parallel6:15 a.m.Peacock
Men’s/Women’s Parallel Qualifying11 a.m.Peacock
Wed., Feb. 15Men’s/Women’s Parallel6 a.m.Peacock
Thu., Feb. 16Women’s Giant Slalom Run 13:45 a.m.Peacock
Women’s Giant Slalom Run 27:30 a.m.Peacock
Fri., Feb. 17Men’s Giant Slalom Run 14 a.m.Peacock
Men’s Giant Slalom Run 27:30 a.m.Peacock
Sat., Feb. 18Women’s Slalom Run 14 a.m.Peacock
Women’s Slalom Run 27:30 a.m.Peacock
Highlights2:30 p.m.*NBC, Peacock
Sun., Feb. 19Men’s Slalom Run 14 a.m.Peacock
Men’s Slalom Run 27:30 a.m.Peacock
Highlights3 p.m.*NBC, Peacock

*Delayed broadcast
*All NBC coverage streams on and the NBC Sports app for TV subscribers.

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