After a three-week break, the biathlon stars are finally returning to the big World Cup stage this weekend. Six races spread over four days are on the program in Pokljuka, Slovenia. All events can be followed live on free TV, online stream or in the ticker on

    The wait is over: For the first time since mid-December, biathlon fans can get their money’s worth at the weekend. The program includes the World Cup races in Pokljuka, Slovenia, where the stars of the scene will face off in the first showdown in 2023.

    • The race program of the Biathlon World Cup in Pokljuka:

    Thursday 05 January: Women’s 7.5 km Sprint, start at 14:20
    Friday 06 January: Men’s 10K Sprint, start at 14:20
    Saturday 07 January: Women’s 10K Pursuit, start at 11:30am
    Saturday 07 January: Men’s 12.5K Pursuit, start at 14:45
    Sunday, January 08: Single Mixed Relay, start at 11:45 am
    Sunday, January 8th: Mixed relay over 4×7.5 km, start at 2:25 p.m

    • Here is the Biathlon World Cup from Pokljuka live on TV:

    The women’s sprint on Thursday will be shown on German free TV exclusively on ZDF. Due to the Alpine World Cup in Zagreb, Eurosport has moved the race to its Eurosport2 channel.

    The men’s sprint on Friday can then be seen as usual on both ZDF and the main Eurosport channel.

    The two races on Saturday will run live in parallel on ZDF and Eurosport. The same applies to the two final seasons on Sunday.

    In addition to the transmissions on free TV, the two broadcasters also offer an online stream of the races, whereby a subscription to the in-house player is required for the Eurosport offer. If you can’t or don’t want to complete this, you can of course also cheer on live in the ticker as usual.