Watch World Cup Racing This Weekend from Igls

by Lauren Howe

World Cup #1 promo pic

Photo: Rodel Austria


LAKE PLACID, N.Y. – USA Luge returns to action this weekend as the team opens the 2022-2023 Eberspächer International Luge Federation (FIL) World Cup season in Igls, Austria. This is the first of nine events on the World Cup schedule. 


The FIL will be live streaming the races on their YouTube channel, following the schedule below (all times in EST):


Saturday, December 3

3:05 AM Women’s doubles, first run 

3:55 AM Women’s doubles, second run 

4:45 AM Women, first run
6:20 AM Women, second run 

7:45 AM Men’s doubles, first run 

9:00 AM Men’s doubles, second run  


Sunday, December 4 

3:30 AM Men, first run
5:05 AM Men, second run
6:30 AM Sprint World Cup men’s doubles 

6:55 AM Sprint World Cup women’s doubles 

7:30 AM Sprint World Cup women
8:15 AM Sprint World Cup men 


To live stream the races and to view archived competitions from Igls, please visit The entire World Cup season, along with the FIL World Championships from Oberhof, Germany on January 27-29, can be accessed from this portal. 


The circuit will return to the U.S. for the first time since 2019 on December 16-17 in Park City, Utah, with races broadcast on CNBC on Sunday, December 18 at 12:00 PM EST. CNBC will also cover the World Championships on Saturday, January 28, 2023, at 2:00 PM EST.

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