Descent of the Streif 2023: program and TV broadcast of the Hahnenkamm race today 21.1.23

them Alpine skiing The 2022/23 World Cup season kicked off on October 22. Ski racers meet this weekend at Kitzbuhel, which for many is the highlight of the season. A victory on the famous and difficult descent of the grooves is a prestigious achievement that will be remembered for eternity. On Saturday the 01/21/2023them Hahnenkamm descent in the athlete program.

In this article you will find all the information about Results, Hourly and the transmission of the World Cup in Kitzbühel.

Departure on the Streif 2023: timetables & departure in Kitzbühel

Friday and Saturday there will be a descent on the legendary Streif. On Sunday, the slalom on the Ganslern (10.30 a.m./1.30 p.m.) closes the Hahnenkamm week.

them Hourly for the World Cup in Kitzbühel at a glance:

Start of the men on Friday January 20, 2023

  • 11:30 a.m.: Descent from Kitzbühel
  • then: award ceremony

Men’s Hahnenkamm downhill on Saturday 21 January 2023

  • 11:30 a.m.: Hahnenkamm descent
  • then: award ceremony

Men’s Hahnenkamm slalom on Sunday, January 22, 2023

  • 10:30 a.m.: 1st run Hahnenkamm Slalom
  • 1:30 p.m.: 2nd run Hahnenkamm Slalom
  • follow: award ceremony

Where is the Hahnenkamm race broadcast live on free TV and streaming?

Many winter sports fans are wondering which broadcaster broadcasts the Ski World Cup in Kitzbühel live on free-to-air TV. The transmitter ZDF broadcasts all three races live on free-to-air television. A free live streaming for full competitions there will be. Broadcaster ZDF broadcasts the World Cup live and in full on

them World Cup TV times in one look :

  • Friday, January 20, 11:30 a.m.:

The Descent of Men live on ZDF and streamed on

  • Saturday, January 21, 11:30 a.m.:

Hahnenkamm men’s downhill live on ZDF and streamed on

  • Sunday, January 22, 10:30 a.m.:

Rounds 1 and 2 of the Hahnenkamm men’s slalom live on ZDF and streamed on

Result: Kriechmayr dominates the Streif – Dreßen in 13th place

World champion and local hero Vincent Kriechmayr has for the first time in his career the Departure on the legendary Streif in Kitzbühel won. The Austrian won the spectacular race on Friday, feared by many skiers, ahead of the surprising second Florian Schieder of Italy (+0.23 seconds) and the Swiss Niels Hintermann (+0.31).

Injury-ridden Thomas Dreßen drove like the best German in 13th place, Andreas Sander ran in 15th place. Romed Baumann, Josef Ferstl and Dominik Schwaiger again disappointed by finishing 32nd, 49th and 55th. Favorites Aleksander Aamodt Kilde of Norway (16th) and Marco Odermatt of Switzerland (54th) made a mistake and could only prevent a fall through artistic performances.

A bad crash by Norwegian Henrik Røa eclipsed the world’s most dangerous downhill. The 27-year-old rolled over shortly before crossing the finish line and had to be transported by rescue helicopter. The race was interrupted for a long time.

On the Streif, athletes reach top speeds of 140 km/h. The maximum slope is 85%, jumps are up to 80 meters. On Saturday there is a second downhill in Kitzbühel for the men.

Descent on the Streif: it’s different this year

This year, for the first time, there will be a downhill on Friday, not like in previous years a Super-G or a downhill that had been canceled elsewhere and therefore made up for. And: unlike last year, when only 1,000 spectators were allowed due to Corona measures, a total of 85,000 visitors are expected this time around. Officially, 25,000 tickets are sold per race – plus free tickets, VIP tickets, sponsors, etc.

Weather: Is there enough snow on the Streif?

The snow cover on the Streif and on the Ganslern was more than sufficient at the beginning of the week – and well prepared. Besides the race tracks, things have been going as well since Wednesday – it snowed. The rain that lasted until Thursday is not a problem for the organizers: “We prefer to shovel the snow from the inside to the outside rather than from the outside to the inside,” said the director of Mario Mittermayer-Weinhandl race.

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