Live TV details

The 2018–19 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup will be shown live on Eurosport and the Eurosport Player.
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Dates

The 53rd consecutive season beginS on Saturday in Solden, Austria, and will conclude in mid-March 2019 at the finals in Soldeu, Andorra.
The World Championships will interrupt the tour in early February in Are, Sweden.

Lindsey Vonn, right, has set her sights on breaking Ingemar Stenmark's all-time mark for World Cup wins

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Schedule

The men's competition shall comprise of 16 venues before the World Championships and a further five taking place after the showpiece in Sweden. The schedule heads to Levi in Finland after the opening Giant Slalom in Solden.
There are four tour dates in Italy either side of Christmas while Oslo is the venue on New Year's Day, when the women's competition joins their male counterparts.
In total, the women's calendar also contains 16 venues before the mid-season break, with a further five taking place once the World Cup re-starts in Stockholm on February 19.
For a full rundown of the 2018/19 calendar, click here.

Odds

Marcel Hirscher retains his favourite tag coming into the new season

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Men's favourites
Marcel Hirscher - 1/2
Henrik Kristoffersen - 4/1
Alexis Pinturault - 7/1
Kjetil Jansrud - 22/1
Aksel Lund Svindal 22/1
Vincent Kriechmayr - 50/1
Matthias Mayer - 50/1
Felix Neureuther - 50/1
Dominik Paris - 66/1
Andre Myhrer - 66/1
Women's favourites

Mikaela Shiffrin à Are

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Mikaela Shiffrin - 2/5
Lara Gut - 10/1
Wendy Holdener - 14/1
Ilka Stuhec - 16/1
Michelle Gisin - 20/1
Tina Weirather - 22/1
Viktoria Rebensburg - 22/1
Anna Veith - 22/1
Lindsey Vonn - 33/1
Ragnhild Mowinckel - 33/1
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