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Preview: Winter sports on Sunday


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Berlin (dpa) - After the third competition in Innsbruck, the four-hill tour continues with the qualification in Bischofshofen. Cross-country skiers finish the Tour de Ski in Val di Fiemme, Italy. Alpine skiers are in action in Zagreb.


Singles, gentlemen, Bischofshofen, Austria

Qualification 4.30 p.m. (ARD and Eurosport)

Last stop on the four-hill ski jump tour! At the Paul-Ausserleitner ski jump in Bischofshofen, four athletes still have the chance to win the overall victory worth 20,000 Swiss Francs Pole Dawid Kubacki leads the tour ranking after three stations, followed by Marius Lindvik from Norway, German Karl Geiger and Japan's defending champion Ryoyu Kobayashi. Between the first place (Kubacki) and fourth (Kobayashi) there are just 13.7 points after the memorable Bergisel competition in Innsbruck, which can be made up on the large hill in Pongau. On Sunday, the Bischofshofen qualification is the first step in the right mood.


Tour de Ski, World Cup, Val di Fiemme, Italy

Mass start, women, 9 kilometers, free technique, 1:15 p.m. (ARD and Eurosport)

Mass start, men, 9 kilometers, free technique, 3.15 p.m. (ARD and Eurosport)

The tour de ski ends after nine days with the climbing tour over an alpine ski slope to Alpe Cermis. Johannes Klaebo and Therese Johaug from Norway are the first in the overall classification to go to the final stage. Last year Norway won both overall victories: Klaebo and Ingvild Flugstad Oestberg prevail.


World Cup in Zagreb, Croatia

Slalom, men

1st round 2:14 p.m. (ARD and Eurosport) 2nd round 5:40 p.m. (ARD and Eurosport)

After the German slalom women suffered a defeat in Zagreb, their male colleagues on Bärenberg near the Croatian capital want to do better. Linus Straßer makes a surprisingly early comeback. The man from Munich suffered a scaphoid fracture in early December and originally speculated that he would not return to Kitzbühel until the end of January. But now the doctors gave the green light. He is the fifth German starter alongside Fritz Dopfer, David Ketterer, Stefan Luitz and Dominik Stehle.

In addition, the World Cup in skeleton will be held in Winterberg.

ZDF program

Source: zeit

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