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The final episode of the series features two speed events: the women’s downhill from Crans-Montana and the men’s downhill from Kvitfjell.

February 2024
Ski Sunday returns from the slopes of Soldeu in Andorra as Ed Leigh and Chemmy Alcott analyse extended highlights from one of the most technically demanding alpine circuits.
Ed Leigh and Chemmy Alcott are in the famous French town of Chamonix – 100 years on from the resort hosting the very first Winter Olympics.
January 2024
Ed Leigh and Chemmy Alcott are in the picturesque Italian Alps to visit the world-famous Cortina, with extensive highlights of the women’s downhill race from the resort.
The Austrian resort of Kitzbuhel is the setting for the famous men’s downhill race on the much-feared and revered Streif course, with racers reaching speeds in excess of 90mph.
Ed Leigh and Chemmy Alcott present more fast-paced winter sport action, including the longest and fastest race on the World Cup circuit – the classic men’s downhill in Wengen.
Ski Sunday celebrates its return by taking in the thrills and spills of the classic alpine races, starting in the Swiss village of Adelboden for the men’s slalom.
February 2023
The final episode of the series comes from Courchevel-Meribel in France as the Alpine World Championships draw to a close.
Ski Sunday comes from the Alpine World Championships in France, the bi-annual competition where the best skiers compete in a festival of racing.
Ski Sunday comes from Chamonix to bring you the men’s slalom, featuring Britain’s Dave Ryding.
January 2023
Featuring the Schladming night slalom, iconic for its raucous atmosphere and thrilling racing. Almost 50,000 fans line the Planai piste, hoping for an Austrian home victory.
Ski Sunday comes from Kitzbuhel, home of the most prestigious, thrilling and dangerous downhill on the World Cup tour – the Hahnenkamm.
Chemmy Alcott and Ed Leigh host from Wengen, the site of the longest, fastest downhill race on the World Cup tour.
Ski Sunday returns with the best action and stories from the world of snow sports. The series kicks off with the classic slalom race in Adelboden, featuring history maker Dave Ryding.
In the final programme of the series before the Winter Olympics, Ski Sunday comes from Schladming, home of the iconic night slalom.
This week, the show comes from Kitzbuehel, home of the Hahnenkamm downhill– a race with history and danger in equal measure and the one that skiers arguably want to win more than the Olympics.
A high-octane double header from Switzerland, featuring the fastest downhill skiing race in the world and Europe’s showpiece snowboarding competition.
Ski Sunday comes from Adelboden, Switzerland, for the men’s slalom as the Classic season of the World Cup gets into full swing.
Chemmy Alcott and Ed Leigh navigate their way through the wonderful world of snowsport, kicking off with the men’s downhill from Bormio in Italy. They hear from iconic British freeskier Gus Kenworthy.
February 2021
This year’s series of Ski Sunday reaches its climax with the conclusion of the Alpine World Championships, with Dave ‘The Rocket’ Ryding vying for Britain’s first ever medal at the men’s slalom.