HKR 2024

The Races on TV and Online

The Races on TV and Online

From Norway to Italy, Great Britain to Croatia, USA to China and, of course, Switzerland, Germany and Austria: around 100 countries will be broadcasting the Hahnenkamm Races, almost 30 of them live. Here is an overview of the most important TV channels.

Even in their 84th year, the Hahnenkamm Races have lost none of their global allure.  Whether in the USA, China, Finland, Croatia and of course in all German-speaking countries - the Hahnenkamm Races are screened in (almost) every corner of the world – with live coverage in virtually 30 countries. Around 100 broadcasters will be reporting about the happenings on the Streif in 2024. Our host broadcaster ORF will screen all three races live on ORF 1 and via stream on ORF-TVthek (within Austria!). After ORF live coverage of the training run on Wednesday, the action continues on Friday: Preliminary reports on the first Downhill start at 10.55 hrs, followed by the Race on Saturday at 10.50 hrs. ORF 1 will also be airing the award ceremonies on Friday and Saturday from 17.55 hrs. ORF 1 will report on the Slalom on Sunday at 10.15 hrs (1st run) and 13.15 hrs (2nd run).

In Germany, ARD will be broadcasting from Kitzbühel on all three race days, while SRG is providing Swiss coverage. Eurosport 2 and Italy's Rai will also be broadcasting live throughout the weekend. NBC Peacock network is responsible for coverage in the USA and CCTV in China. The exact transmission times can be found on the websites of the respective broadcasters.

TV broadcasters in the following countries will be broadcasting live from Kitzbühel:

  • Austria (ORF 1)
  • Germany (ARD, Eurosport 2)
  • Switzerland (SRG)
  • Great Britain (BBC)
  • USA (NBC Peacock)
  • France (Eurosport)
  • Croatia (HRT)
  • Czech Republic (CT)
  • Slovakia (SKR TV)
  • Finland (YLE)
  • Italy (RAI) 
  • Slovenia (RTV) 
  • Norway (NOT TV 2) 
  • Sweden (SVT) 
  • China (CCTV)
  • Inflight & Inship (Sport 24)

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