The second part of the Nordic combined team large hill event has begun with the 4x5km cross-country relay. You can watch it on NBCOlympics.com RIGHT NOW.
So far, the Germans, led by Sochi gold medalist Eric Frenzel, hold a slim lead over the Norwegians as we go into the skiing portion.
The U.S. will roll off eighth to begin the skiing. Bill Demong led the American foursome in the ski jumping portion, netting 108.0 points.
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Mikaela Shiffrin and Lindsey Vonn will take on slalom today at the Aspen World Cup stop, airing today at 3:30 p.m. ET on NBCSN and stream on NBC Sports Live Extra at the same time.
Shiffrin is seeking her first win on U.S. snow; all of her first place finishes have come from European venues. She has 14 slalom World Cup titles and winning one more would tie her with France’s Perrine Pelen for sixth overall for total slalom World Cup victories.
Vonn can only increase her record World Cup wins – she has the most at 67 wins, and only Sweden’s Ingemar Stenmark has more at 86 men’s wins. Of all her titles, the fewest have come from slalom at two.
Yesterday, both Vonn and Shiffrin suffered crashes in grand slalom races.
Before missing the downhill World Cup last year due to injury, Aksel Lund Svindal of Norway won the title in 2012-13 and 2013-14. Today, he may become just the eighth man to win this World Cup title at least three times, but he faces competition from countryman Kjetil Jansrud, who won last year’s title in Svindal’s absence.
The World Cup men’s downhill at Lake Louise is streaming today at 1:30 p.m. ET on NBC Sports Live Extra.
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