(dpa) - Sunday also offers a packed winter sports day.
Here is the overview:
World Cup in Kitzbühel, Austria
10:20 am: Men's departure (ZDF and Eurosport)
World Cup in Crans-Montana, Switzerland
12 noon: Super-G women (ZDF and Eurosport)
After the cancellation on Saturday due to weather conditions, the legendary Hahnenkamm race for men in Kitzbühel is to be rescheduled on Sunday.
The greatest German hopes are Andreas Sander and Romed Baumann, who raced into the top ten on the first descent on the Streif on Friday.
For the women in Crans-Montana there is still a Super-G after two runs.
Kira Weidle is probably not a contender for the top positions.
World Cup in Antholz, Italy
12:45 p.m .: Women's relay, 4 x 6 km (ZDF and Eurosport)
3:05 p.m., men's mass start, 15 km (ZDF and Eurosport)
Roman Rees is the fourth German biathlete to book the ticket for the World Cup in February.
To do this, the 27-year-old has to be among the top eight in the mass start.
Not an easy task for the Black Forest rider in the last race before the title fights in Pokljuka, Slovenia.
The ex-world champions Arnd Peiffer, Erik Lesser and Benedikt Doll are already qualified.
After winning the home World Cup in Oberhof, the women's relay team in Antholz wants to be on the podium again.
Vanessa Hinz, Janina Hettich, Denise Herrmann and Franziska Preuss run and shoot for Germany.
World Cup in Lahti, Finland
4.00 p.m .: Individual large hill men (ZDF and Eurosport)
After the convincing third place in the team competition on Saturday, the German ski jumpers around ski flying world champion Karl Geiger and overall World Cup runner-up Markus Eisenbichler want to improve in the individual on Sunday.
“This is one of my favorite hills,” Geiger said of the facility in Lahti, Finland.
Eisenbichler was also satisfied with his rising form.
In order to catch up points on the Norwegian front runner Halvor Egner Granerud, the 29-year-old has to improve even further.
World Cup in Ljubno, Slovenia
2 p.m .: Individual normal hill women
In the team competition on Saturday, the German jumpers were not able to call up their optimal form after a long break from the World Cup.
In view of the potential of Katharina Althaus, Juliane Seyfarth & Co., fifth place is actually not enough.
In the individual in Ljubno it should get better now.
From the team of national coach Andreas Bauer, Althaus probably has the best chances of a top placement.
World Cup in Lahti, Finland
Team sprint, men
8.30 a.m .: Ski jumping from the large hill
1.40 p.m .: 10 kilometers of cross-country skiing (Eurosport)
The German Nordic combined athletes are absolutely among the best in the world.
Fabian Rießle and Vinzenz Geiger proved that with second place in the team sprint on Saturday.
Only the Norwegians Jarl Magnus Riiber and Jörgen Graabak were stronger.
In the individual, the protégés of national coach Hermann Weinbuch now have the next chance to beat the strong Scandinavians.
Ten kilometers are covered on the cross-country route.
Before doing this, the team must lay the foundation for a successful race in ski jumping on the large hill.
World Cup in Lahti, Finland
9.30 a.m .: Relay 4 x 5 km women (Eurosport 2)
10.40 a.m .: Relay 4 x 7.5 kilometers men (Eurosport 2)
For cross-country skiers, the relay is on the program after the exhausting skiathlon.
Victoria Carl is making her comeback after a long injury break.
"The anticipation for the World Cup is huge," said the 25-year-old.
In the men's category, Friedrich Moch surprised with tenth place on Saturday.
The Norwegians dominated right at the front.
They are also among the top favorites for the season.
Germany is just an outsider.
ICE FAST RUN
World Cup in Heerenveen, Netherlands
1245: 500 m, women
1313: 500 m, men
1352: 3000 m, women
1452: 5000 m, men
1622: 1000 m, women
1702: 1000 m, men
At the end of the first World Cup of the season, World Cup third Patrick Beckert intervenes on the ice, albeit over 5000 meters and not on his favorite distance of over 10,000 meters.
Ice sprinter Joel Dufter wants to forget his fall over 500 meters on Saturday and attack on both sprint courses.
World Cup at Königssee:
9.30 a.m .: four-man bobsleigh, 1st run 11.00 a.m .: four-man bobsleigh, second run 1.00 p.m .: women, two-man bobsleigh, 1st run 2.30 p.m .: women, two-man bobsleigh, 2nd run (ZDF approx.
On the unpopular route on the Königssee, Francesco Friedrich will have a serious competitor in Johannes Lochner.
"We're doing our best and trying to keep Hansi standing," said Friedrich.
For women, it is important to continue the winning streak this winter.
Since Laura Noltte started at the Junior World Championships, Stephanie Schneider can run again.
Will she manage her third victory in the third World Cup race?
World Cup in Innsbruck
0855: women, 1st round
1020: women, 2nd round
1145: sprint, men
1230: sprint, two-seater 1305: sprint, women (ZDF and Eurosport 2 from approx. 2.10 p.m.)
Julia Taubitz is looking forward to the track in Innsbruck-Igls, who is still fighting for victory in the overall classification in an internal duel with Natalie Geisenberger.
Taubitz, who is 74 points behind the leading Geisenberger, still has every chance of first place.
At the start of the season she won the World Cup race in Innsbruck ahead of Geisenberger and Dajana Eitberger.
“I feel very much at home there, I really enjoy tobogganing there, and accordingly I am fully motivated at the start”, said the 24-year-old, who can still catch up in the sprint standings.
European Championship in Danzig (Gdansk), Poland
1424: women, 1000 meters
1436: men, 1000 meters
1500: women, 3000 meters
1509: men, 3000 meters
1534: 3000 m relay, women
1543: 5000 m relay, men
After the best European Championship result of her career with the silver medal over 1500 meters, Anna Seidel from Dresden would now like to repeat her coup on the 1000-meter course on Sunday and thus also run into the top ranks in the all-around competition.
World Cup in Idre Fjäll, Sweden
12 noon: Men's and women's ski cross (Eurosport Player)
After Niklas Bachsleitner's surprising third place on Saturday, the German ski crossers want to attack again on the slopes in central Sweden.
The World Championship will take place on the same route in three weeks.
World Cup in Chiesa in Valmalenco, Italy
2.00 p.m .: Women's and men's snowboard cross (Eurosport Player)
After all previously planned snowboard crosser events had been canceled this winter due to the consequences of the corona crisis, they finally got going on Saturday in Italy.
In their view, the best result from Paul Berg, who finished seventh, is what the German athletes want to top today.
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