Big Air Milan to be broadcast all over the world

Europsort will display the Snowboard and Freeski World Cup events live and delayed in Europe, Australia and Asia. Fans from the Usa will have the opportunity to watch the race live on

With just one day to go, Big Air and the City is getting ready to amaze fans from Italy and all over the World. The FIS Snowboard and Freeski World Cup returns to Milan for the second edition, on November 10-11 (Snowboard) and 17-18 (Freeski). Anyway, this year the spectacular view of the snow at the EXPerience Park, together with the breathtaking jumps of the top athletes from the ramp next to the Tree of Life, will go a long way from Milan and Italy, to be enjoyed live on Tv in Europe and all over the World.

Eurosport will guarantee a very significant exposure, broadcasting Big Air Milan’s competition – live and delayed – in Australia, Asia and all over Europe. More leading European broadcasters will display the event, such as: Rai Sport (Italy), Orf (Austria), Mcs (France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Portugal, Sub Sahara), Nrk (Norway), Svt (Sweden) and Essti (Estonia, Freeski only).

Highlights of the races can also be enjoyed in Germany (Zdf and Ard, snowboard only), Slovenia (Rtv Slovenija) and Switzerland (Srg). And Big Air Milan’s images will go even further, reaching Usa (Nbc will broadcast the event live on, Canada (on Cbc, snowboard only) and South Korea (Sbs), where the Big Air Snowboard will debut as Olympic Sport in Pyeongchang in just a few month time.

Finally, a special 25-minute long Tv programme – “Magazine” – about Big Air Milan with highlights, interviews and insights will be broadcast starting from November 22nd in Austria (Orf), Finland (Mtv3), France (L’Equipe), Norway (Nrk), Poland (Polsat), Slovenia (Rtv Slovenija), Sweden (Svt), Uk and Ireland (Freesports Uk).

The Freestyle season is about to start: plenty of eyes will be on Milan on the next two weekends!


Eurosport (Europe, Austral-Asia)
Orf (Austria)
Cbc (Canada, snowboard only)
Eesti (Estonia, Freeski only)
Mcs (France, Dom-Tom, Belgium, Luxembourg, Portugal, Sub Sahara)
Ard (Germany, snowboard only)
Zdf (Germany)
Rai Sport (Italy)
Nrk (Norway)
Rtv Slovenija (Slovenia)
Sbs (South Korea)
Svt (Sweden)
Srg (Switzerland)
Nbc (Usa)