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A magazine show hosted by Graham Bell and Ed Leigh that focuses on Skiing and other winter sports.
This week, Ski Sunday comes from Kitzbuehel, home of the infamous Hahnenkamm downhill– a race with history and danger in equal measure and the one that skiers arguably want to win more than the Olympics.
Later in the show, British Olympian James Woods catches up with possibly the greatest skier you've never heard of – the incredible Italian, Markus Eder.
In the final programme of the series before the Winter Olympics, Ski Sunday comes from Schladming, home of the iconic night slalom. The best technical ski racers in the world do battle on the imposing Planai piste, with Dave Ryding heading the British team's charge.
With Beijing 2022 just days away, everyone is building towards the Games, including the legendary snowboarder Shaun White. The American will be going for his fourth half-pipe gold medal, and he gives an exclusive interview to Aimee Fuller.
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.
Known as The Rocket, Ryding became the first Brit to win a World Cup alpine skiing event in 2022. His triumph came in the Kitzbühel slalom – can he repeat the trick across the border in Switzerland?
Later in the show, Jenny Jones travels to the USA to meet the incredible Vasu Sojitra, an amputee who hikes and then shreds the biggest mountains with an unmatched style and passion.
Chemmy Alcott and Ed Leigh host from Wengen, the site of the longest, fastest downhill race on the World Cup tour.
Later in the show, ahead of his return to Kitzbuhel next week, there's a catch-up with history maker Dave Ryding. His slalom victory last year was Great Britain's first-ever World Cup gold, and the ‘Rocket' returned to Austria this summer to be presented with a gondola in his own name and to hike up the iconic Streif downhill course.
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