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Friday, 25 January 2008
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This week World Cup Skiing on 4 comes from the French resort of Chamonix this weekend on 27th January at 8 am

Nick Fellows will once again be joined by former French ski racer, Luc Alphand who won the Overall World Cup in 1997. Since retiring from ski racing Luc has4.gif become a successful racing car driver competing in events such as Le Mans Series, he also won the Dakar Rally in 2006.

This week the race action is from the Men's Downhill which is currently lead by Didier Cuche however Bode Miller and Michael Walchhofer are also in the running. However due to his incredible performances in Kitzbühel last weekend the athlete we will be featuring this week is Herman Maier ...is the Herminator returning to his form of old...tune into find out

As usual we will provide viewers with a resort guide of Chamonix however we will be exploring and focusing on the hidden world of Chamonix that is not part of the usual tourist trail.

Viewers will also be updated on the current snow conditions in the main French ski resorts.


There is also the final chance to enter the competition to win a place for two at the Sunday Times Crystal Ski Challenge 2008 in Mayrhofen, Austria. The winner and a friend will win a weeks half board accommodation in a four star hotel including flights and transfers. They will also receive free lift passes and equipment, take part in training camps to improve their skiing and compete in the weeks racing, which is almost as competitive as the après ski!


Chemmy Alcott's regular Fit to Ski series continues as the British No.1 reveals her advice on the best way to get into shape before heading to the mountains..

World Cup Skiing on 4 continues throughout the week with Alpine Highlights, Nordic, Snowboard and Freestyle World Cup action on Monday, Tuesday and Friday nights.

Tune into Channel 4 at 8 am this Sunday 27th January 2008 for thrilling World Cup race action.

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