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Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

  1. What is the Alpine Ski World Championships?

    Super G

    The Alpine Ski World Championships in Are, Sweden begin on Monday, 4 February and run until Sunday, 17 February.

    World champions will be crowned in Slalom, Giant Slalom, Super G, Downhill, Team Event and Alpine Combined. Athletes from a total of 74 countries are set to compete at the biennial event.

  2. GB interest

    Dave Ryding

    World Cup silver medallist Dave Ryding will lead the alpine racers, with Laurie Taylor, Charlie Guest and Alex Tilley also aiming for success.

    The squad head to Sweden attempting to win Britain’s first Alpine World Championships medal in 83 years.

    Full squad:

    Men’s Super G - Jack Gower

    Men’s Downhill - Jack Gower

    Men’s Alpine Combined - Jack Gower

    Alpine Team Event - Dave Ryding, Laurie Taylor

    Ladies’ Giant Slalom - Alex Tilley

    Men’s Giant Slalom - Laurie Taylor, Charlie Raposo, Jack Gower

    Ladies’ Slalom - Alex Tilley, Charlie Guest

    Men’s Slalom - Dave Ryding, Laurie Taylor, Billy Major, Zak Vinter

  3. BBC TV coverage

    All times are GMT and subject to late changes.

    How can I watch live coverage of the Alpine Ski World Championships on the BBC?

    On Friday, 15 February

    At 13:00-15:05, Men's Giant Slalom - first run, Connected TV and online

    At 16:30-18:45, Men's Giant Slalom - second run, BBC Red Button

    On Saturday, 16 February

    At 09:45-11:45, Women's Slalom - first run, BBC Red Button

    At 13:15-15:20, Women's Slalom - second run, Connected TV and online (repeated, 23:30-01:35, BBC Red Button)

    On Sunday, 17 February

    At 09:45-11:50, Men's Slalom - first run, BBC Red Button

    At 13:15-15:40, Men's Slalom - second run, Connected TV and online (repeated 16:00-18:25, BBC Red Button)

  4. Get Inspired: How to get into Skiing

    Get Inspired


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    Video caption: How a car boot sale launched skiing star's career
    • Skiing is a great workout - you can burn up to 500 calories an hour.
    • Your knees take on the weight of your body when you turn downhill, strengthening your bones and joints.
    • As you go down the slope, your body is in a squat position, which improves your balance and builds your stomach and leg muscles.
    • Or - find out how to ski when you can't use your legs

    Find your local centre in England, Wales or Scotland to get yourself on the slopes.