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CBC Sports – This weekend on CBC Sports’ ROAD TO THE OLYMPIC GAMES:
FIS Freestyle Skiing World Cup – Moguls, FIS Freestyle Skiing World Cup – Slopestyle, IBSF World Cup Bobsleigh and Skeleton, FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup, FIL Luge World Championships, FIS Snowboard World Cup and FIS Cross Country World Cup
The World Cup season continues this weekend on CBC Sports’ Road To The Olympic Games with coverage of world class competition from a wide array of winter sports. Canada’s top moguls skiers are back in action in Calgary looking to duplicate last week’s dominant performance.
Events being covered this weekend include the FIS Freestyle Skiing World Cup moguls event from Calgary; FIS Freestyle Skiing World Cup slopestyle from Seiser Alm, Italy; IBSF World Cup bobsleigh and skeleton from Konigsee, Germany; FIS Alpine Ski World Cup from Garmisch, Germany; FIL Luge World Championships from Innsbruck, Austria; FIS Snowboard World Cup from Rogla, Slovenia; and FIS Cross Country World Cup from Falun, Sweden.
Hosts Scott Russell and Andi Petrillo will be joined by CBC Sports’ team of expert analysts including an impressive list of Olympic, World and Canadian champions.
Road To The Olympic Games begins Saturday at 1 p.m. ET (10 a.m. PT). Coverage will be available across CBC Sports’ multiple platforms including CBC-TV, cbcsports.ca and the CBC Sports app for iOS and Android devices. Full broadcast and streaming schedules are available here.
FIS Freestyle Skiing World Cup – Moguls
Canada’s Mikael Kingsbury is the all-time leader in World Cup freestyle moguls victories and will be looking for his seventh consecutive win in Calgary, having gone undefeated on this course since 2011. On the women’s side, Chloe, Justine and Maxime Dufour-Lapointe have had a slow start to the season by their standards with just two podium finishes combined through three events, however, both medal performances came last week in Quebec with Justine taking gold and Chloe finishing third. They will look to carry that momentum into Calgary, where Chloe is the defending champion.
CBC Sports’ Andi Petrillo will call the action alongside analyst and Olympic champion Jenn Heil, with fellow Olympian Kelly VanderBeek reporting. Coverage on CBC-TV begins Saturday at 5 p.m. ET (2 p.m. PT), with live streaming coverage beginning at 3:30 p.m. ET (12:30 p.m. PT).

FIS Freestyle Skiing World Cup – Slopestyle
The slopestyle World Cup circuit heads to Seiser Alm, Italy, this weekend with several Canadians in the hunt for the podium. Sochi 2014 champion Dara Howell of Huntsville, ON, finished third in her qualification heat with a score of 73.66 on her second of two runs, good for third place and a berth in Saturday’s final round. On the men’s side, Vernon, B.C.’s Noah Morrison will be joined by Calgary’s Mark Hendrickson and Max Moffatt of Caledon, ON in the final, looking for breakthrough performances to reach the podium in their first World Cup competition of the year.

CBC Sports’ Rob Snoek will provide play-by-play commentary alongside analyst and FIS judge Mike Atkinson. Coverage on CBC-TV begins Saturday at 2 p.m. ET (11 a.m. PT), while live streaming coverage begins at 5:30 a.m. ET (2:30 a.m. PT).

Good Times with Craig McMorris

In addition to his duties as CBC Sports’ snowboard analyst, Craig McMorris is the host of a new cross-platform feature, Good Times With Craig McMorris, which sees him interacting with some of Canada’s top extreme sports stars with the goal of finding out how they balance everyday life with competition. New editions of the feature will be posted each week at cbcsports.ca and will air as part of Road To The Olympic Games each Saturday.

In this week’s Good Times feature Craig spends time with his brother, Olympic medallist and 12-time X Games medallist, Mark McMorris.

About CBC Sports’ Road To The Olympic Games:
Road To The Olympic Games is CBC Sports’ multi-platform program that combines a weekly TV show, a microsite on cbcsports.ca, and the CBC Sports app for iOS and Android devices, offering a 360-degree look at Canada’s high-performance athletes on their journey to the top of the podium. This program extends the Olympic conversation year-round, through sport coverage, community programming, and athlete storytelling across all CBC Sports platforms.

Simon Bassett
Publicist | CBC Communications, Marketing and Brand
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