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00:20
Biathlon: World Cup
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The Biathlon World Cup (BWC) has been held since the winter seasons of 1977/78 and 1982/83, for men and women, respectively (for women, the seasons through 1986/87 were called the European Cup, although participation was not restricted to Europeans).The BWC season lasts from November/December to March, with contests in a different venue every week excluding some holidays and a couple of weeks before the season's major championships (World Championships or Winter Olympics). All in all, the season comprises nine to ten contest weeks, with events taking place from Wednesday/Thursday through Sunday. Relay competitions are held four to six times per season. Also counting as World Cup events are World Championships and Winter Olympics events.
01:03
Touring Car racing – World Cup
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Follow the coverage of the exciting international touring car championship and don't miss the great races.
01:31
Rally Raid: Extreme E
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Extreme E is motorsport's newest form of green racing series for sport utility vehicles with electric motors initiated by Alejandro Agag and Gil de Ferran. It is scheduled to take place worldwide from April 2021. Its noble objective is to demonstrate the effects of climate change that are already visible at particularly affected locations. It is worthy of note that a team always consists of a female and a male driver in order to underline gender equality.
02:35
Cycling Track: Champions League
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Cycling Champions League brings together the fastest, strongest and greatest riders from all over the world. They fight it out over 6 rounds in the velodrome of the track cycling championship developed in partnership between the UCI and Discovery Sports Events.
07:31
Snooker: Scottish Open . Legendary matches
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See all the action and best moments from the Scottish Open, a professional snooker tournament that takes place in Scotland, and is a part of the Home Nations Series.
09:29
Eurosport News
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Eurosport is a pan-European sports network that covers the latest news, live coverage, scores, results and current affairs in the world of sport. Eurosport covers everything from football, tennis, rugby to more niche competitions such as various winter sports including cross-country skiing and speed skating. Various forms of motorsport news is also covered from the Moto GP series to the World Endurance Championship (WEC) where race results, drivers' standings and constructors' standings are covered.
13:03
Snooker: Scottish Open . Legendary matches
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See all the action and best moments from the Scottish Open, a professional snooker tournament that takes place in Scotland, and is a part of the Home Nations Series.
13:45
Snooker: Scottish Open . Legendary matches
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See all the action and best moments from the Scottish Open, a professional snooker tournament that takes place in Scotland, and is a part of the Home Nations Series.
16:51
Biathlon: World Cup
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The Biathlon World Cup (BWC) has been held since the winter seasons of 1977/78 and 1982/83, for men and women, respectively (for women, the seasons through 1986/87 were called the European Cup, although participation was not restricted to Europeans).The BWC season lasts from November/December to March, with contests in a different venue every week excluding some holidays and a couple of weeks before the season's major championships (World Championships or Winter Olympics). All in all, the season comprises nine to ten contest weeks, with events taking place from Wednesday/Thursday through Sunday. Relay competitions are held four to six times per season. Also counting as World Cup events are World Championships and Winter Olympics events.
17:35
Cross-country skiing: World Cup
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Cross-country skiing (or XC skiing) is a form of ski touring in which participants propel themselves across snow-covered terrain using skis and poles which is popular in many places with large snowfields, primarily Northern Europe, Canada, and Alaska.Cross-country skiing is part of the Nordic skiing sport family, which includes ski jumping, Nordic combined (cross-country skiing and ski jumping), Biathlon (skiing and rifle marksmanship)[1] and ski-orienteering (which included map navigation along snow trails and tracks). It is related to backcountry skiing and Telemark skiing.
19:00
FIS Alpine Skiing: World Cup
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The FIS Alpine Ski World Cup is the top international circuit of alpine skiing competitions, launched in 1966 by a group of ski racing friends and experts which included French journalist Serge Lang and the alpine ski team directors from France (Honore Bonnet) and the USA (Bob Beattie).The World Cup is held annually, and is considered the premier competition for alpine ski racing after the quadrennial Winter Olympics. Many consider the World Cup to be a more valuable title than the Olympics or the biennial World Championships, since it requires a competitor to ski at an extremely high level in several disciplines throughout the season, and not just in one race.Races are hosted primarily at ski resorts in the Alps in Europe, with regular stops in Scandinavia, North America, and east Asia, but a few races have also been held in the Southern Hemisphere. World Cup competitions have been hosted in 25 different countries around the world: Andorra, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United States.
20:45
FIS Alpine Skiing: World Cup
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The FIS Alpine Ski World Cup is the top international circuit of alpine skiing competitions, launched in 1966 by a group of ski racing friends and experts which included French journalist Serge Lang and the alpine ski team directors from France (Honore Bonnet) and the USA (Bob Beattie).The World Cup is held annually, and is considered the premier competition for alpine ski racing after the quadrennial Winter Olympics. Many consider the World Cup to be a more valuable title than the Olympics or the biennial World Championships, since it requires a competitor to ski at an extremely high level in several disciplines throughout the season, and not just in one race.Races are hosted primarily at ski resorts in the Alps in Europe, with regular stops in Scandinavia, North America, and east Asia, but a few races have also been held in the Southern Hemisphere. World Cup competitions have been hosted in 25 different countries around the world: Andorra, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United States.
06:03
Cycling Track: Champions League
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Cycling Champions League brings together the fastest, strongest and greatest riders from all over the world. They fight it out over 6 rounds in the velodrome of the track cycling championship developed in partnership between the UCI and Discovery Sports Events.
11:07
Cycling Track: Champions League
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Cycling Champions League brings together the fastest, strongest and greatest riders from all over the world. They fight it out over 6 rounds in the velodrome of the track cycling championship developed in partnership between the UCI and Discovery Sports Events.
11:00
Cycling Track: Champions League
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Cycling Champions League brings together the fastest, strongest and greatest riders from all over the world. They fight it out over 6 rounds in the velodrome of the track cycling championship developed in partnership between the UCI and Discovery Sports Events.
06:03
Cycling Track: Champions League
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Cycling Champions League brings together the fastest, strongest and greatest riders from all over the world. They fight it out over 6 rounds in the velodrome of the track cycling championship developed in partnership between the UCI and Discovery Sports Events.
11:00
Cycling Track: Champions League
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Cycling Champions League brings together the fastest, strongest and greatest riders from all over the world. They fight it out over 6 rounds in the velodrome of the track cycling championship developed in partnership between the UCI and Discovery Sports Events.
18:15
Cross-country skiing: World Cup
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Cross-country skiing (or XC skiing) is a form of ski touring in which participants propel themselves across snow-covered terrain using skis and poles which is popular in many places with large snowfields, primarily Northern Europe, Canada, and Alaska.Cross-country skiing is part of the Nordic skiing sport family, which includes ski jumping, Nordic combined (cross-country skiing and ski jumping), Biathlon (skiing and rifle marksmanship)[1] and ski-orienteering (which included map navigation along snow trails and tracks). It is related to backcountry skiing and Telemark skiing.
06:00
Cycling Track: Champions League
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Cycling Champions League brings together the fastest, strongest and greatest riders from all over the world. They fight it out over 6 rounds in the velodrome of the track cycling championship developed in partnership between the UCI and Discovery Sports Events.
15:50
Biathlon: World Cup
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The Biathlon World Cup (BWC) has been held since the winter seasons of 1977/78 and 1982/83, for men and women, respectively (for women, the seasons through 1986/87 were called the European Cup, although participation was not restricted to Europeans).The BWC season lasts from November/December to March, with contests in a different venue every week excluding some holidays and a couple of weeks before the season's major championships (World Championships or Winter Olympics). All in all, the season comprises nine to ten contest weeks, with events taking place from Wednesday/Thursday through Sunday. Relay competitions are held four to six times per season. Also counting as World Cup events are World Championships and Winter Olympics events.
15:50
Biathlon: World Cup
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The Biathlon World Cup (BWC) has been held since the winter seasons of 1977/78 and 1982/83, for men and women, respectively (for women, the seasons through 1986/87 were called the European Cup, although participation was not restricted to Europeans).The BWC season lasts from November/December to March, with contests in a different venue every week excluding some holidays and a couple of weeks before the season's major championships (World Championships or Winter Olympics). All in all, the season comprises nine to ten contest weeks, with events taking place from Wednesday/Thursday through Sunday. Relay competitions are held four to six times per season. Also counting as World Cup events are World Championships and Winter Olympics events.
15:50
Biathlon: World Cup
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The Biathlon World Cup (BWC) has been held since the winter seasons of 1977/78 and 1982/83, for men and women, respectively (for women, the seasons through 1986/87 were called the European Cup, although participation was not restricted to Europeans).The BWC season lasts from November/December to March, with contests in a different venue every week excluding some holidays and a couple of weeks before the season's major championships (World Championships or Winter Olympics). All in all, the season comprises nine to ten contest weeks, with events taking place from Wednesday/Thursday through Sunday. Relay competitions are held four to six times per season. Also counting as World Cup events are World Championships and Winter Olympics events.
10:18
Biathlon: World Cup
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The Biathlon World Cup (BWC) has been held since the winter seasons of 1977/78 and 1982/83, for men and women, respectively (for women, the seasons through 1986/87 were called the European Cup, although participation was not restricted to Europeans).The BWC season lasts from November/December to March, with contests in a different venue every week excluding some holidays and a couple of weeks before the season's major championships (World Championships or Winter Olympics). All in all, the season comprises nine to ten contest weeks, with events taking place from Wednesday/Thursday through Sunday. Relay competitions are held four to six times per season. Also counting as World Cup events are World Championships and Winter Olympics events.
10:18
Biathlon: World Cup
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The Biathlon World Cup (BWC) has been held since the winter seasons of 1977/78 and 1982/83, for men and women, respectively (for women, the seasons through 1986/87 were called the European Cup, although participation was not restricted to Europeans).The BWC season lasts from November/December to March, with contests in a different venue every week excluding some holidays and a couple of weeks before the season's major championships (World Championships or Winter Olympics). All in all, the season comprises nine to ten contest weeks, with events taking place from Wednesday/Thursday through Sunday. Relay competitions are held four to six times per season. Also counting as World Cup events are World Championships and Winter Olympics events.
09:37
Biathlon: World Cup
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The Biathlon World Cup (BWC) has been held since the winter seasons of 1977/78 and 1982/83, for men and women, respectively (for women, the seasons through 1986/87 were called the European Cup, although participation was not restricted to Europeans).The BWC season lasts from November/December to March, with contests in a different venue every week excluding some holidays and a couple of weeks before the season's major championships (World Championships or Winter Olympics). All in all, the season comprises nine to ten contest weeks, with events taking place from Wednesday/Thursday through Sunday. Relay competitions are held four to six times per season. Also counting as World Cup events are World Championships and Winter Olympics events.
10:18
Biathlon: World Cup
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The Biathlon World Cup (BWC) has been held since the winter seasons of 1977/78 and 1982/83, for men and women, respectively (for women, the seasons through 1986/87 were called the European Cup, although participation was not restricted to Europeans).The BWC season lasts from November/December to March, with contests in a different venue every week excluding some holidays and a couple of weeks before the season's major championships (World Championships or Winter Olympics). All in all, the season comprises nine to ten contest weeks, with events taking place from Wednesday/Thursday through Sunday. Relay competitions are held four to six times per season. Also counting as World Cup events are World Championships and Winter Olympics events.
10:18
Biathlon: World Cup
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The Biathlon World Cup (BWC) has been held since the winter seasons of 1977/78 and 1982/83, for men and women, respectively (for women, the seasons through 1986/87 were called the European Cup, although participation was not restricted to Europeans).The BWC season lasts from November/December to March, with contests in a different venue every week excluding some holidays and a couple of weeks before the season's major championships (World Championships or Winter Olympics). All in all, the season comprises nine to ten contest weeks, with events taking place from Wednesday/Thursday through Sunday. Relay competitions are held four to six times per season. Also counting as World Cup events are World Championships and Winter Olympics events.
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