How to watch Mikaela Shiffrin, the US ski team, at world championships in Italy this week

Mikaela Shiffrin inspects the track on Tuesday prior to the women’s super-G at the world championships in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy. Shiffrin, from Edwards, races Thursday and Saturday – with early morning broadcasts in Colorado. (Gabriele Facciotti, AP)

Racing in Italy has the early morning world championships in Colorado. Races are broadcast on NBCSN or the Olympic Channel and are also streamed online.

On Thursday, Shiffrin will be competing in the giant slalom: Run 1 starts at 2am Mountain Standard on the Olympic Channel. Run 2 is on NBCSN at 5:30 am. Repeats are also available.

On Saturday, Shiffrin will close the world championships with the slalom. Run 1 is at 02:00 am on the Olympic Channel and Run 2 at 05:30 am on the Olympic Channel. Saturday’s slalom will be broadcast again later in the day, as well as on Sunday.

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On Wednesday, the team event is at 4pm on NBCSN. Vail Ski & Snowboard Club Vail’s River Radamus, which secured its first world championships Top 10 on Tuesdays in the parallel, will compete for the US Ski Team on Wednesday.

The giant slalom for men is on Fridays (2am and 5.30am); and the men’s slalom is on Sunday (2 a.m. and 5.30 p.m.), closing the two-week world championships.

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