U.S. Ski and Snowboard recommends three key methods to watch World Cup events this winter

Gertie Venckus jets down the Sitz part of the Steamboat Ski Area. As FIS World Cup events for the 2023-24 season begin, U.S. Ski and Snowboard offers ways to keep up with elite snow sport broadcasts all winter long.
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Broadcasting rights for the International Ski and Snowboard Federation are not centralized, and because of that, each country that hosts a World Cup event has the right to sell that broadcast, making it challenging for fans to keep up with the action. 

As World Cup events are starting up for the 2023-24 winter season, U.S. Ski and Snowboard has recommended three primary ways to watch World Cup events all season long through Outside, NBC/CNBC/Peacock and

This winter, all World Cup events in the U.S. will be available live on Outside for free while broadcasts can also be found through NBC and Peacock. 

International World Cups, excluding ones in Austria, can be found both live and on-demand through or its TV apps. Outside+ will also have international World Cups, outside of Austria, on-demand eight hours after the event concludes. 

Peacock will offer broadcasts of live World Cup events in Austria while NBC will have some coverage on tape delay. 

The U.S. Ski and Snowboard website will also have direct links to World Cups and other streams under the “Watch” tab at the top of its home page. Its social media sites will also post schedules on Tuesdays for the coming weekend’s events.

Price structure

Outside — Free for domestic live events, $99 per year for on-demand events in Europe and the U.S.

NBC/CNBC — Free with cable for domestic events and some events in Austria. — All-Access passes: $15 per month or $69.99 per year. Discipline passes: $8.99 per month for live and on-demand events in Europe.

Peacock — $4.99 per month for domestic World Cup events and live Austrian events.

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