Sirius has partnered with the World Championship Sports Network (WCSN) to cover the international alpine skiing events during the 2007-08 FIS World Cup ski season.
The 2007-08 FIS World Cup season starts tomorrow, October 27th and Sunday, October 28 with the Men's and Women's Giant Slalom competition at Soelden, Austria.
Race coverage of Saturday's Women's Giant Slalom will air on Sirius channel 110 (CourtTV) starting at noon ET, while Sunday's Men's Giant Slalom will air on Sirius channel 151 (Chicago/St. Louis), also starting at noon ET.
The FIS World Cup features world-class American skiers ranging from Bode Miller and Julia Mancuso; to Ted Ligety and Lindsey Kildow. International men's and women's ski racing champions include Benjamin Raich (Austria), Didier Cuche (Switzerland), Aksel Svindal (Norway), and many more.
Sirius will provide coverage from top FIS World Cup stops in Kitzbuehel, Austria; Aspen, Colorado; Val d'Isere, France; Vancouver, Canada and St. Moritz, and Switzerland. Sirius will also cover the Men's and Women's Alpine World Cup Finals from Bormio, Italy in March.