Quebecor and TVA Sports: Front row centre at the FIS Cross-Country World Cup

Quebecor and TVA Sports are pleased to be associated with the FIS Cross-Country World Cup finals in Québec City as a major sponsor and official broadcaster. From March 22 to 24, 2019, the world’s best cross-country skiers, including Alex Harvey, will compete in the prestigious multi-stage competition. The major meet is organized by Gestev, the delegated producer of the event. QUB radio will also have a booth in the exhibition area to tell visitors about its series of podcasts about Alex Harvey: Alex Harvey, sur les traces d’un champion.


It has been a privilege and an honour for Quebecor to be Alex Harvey’s main partner for the past eight years. Alex has been an inspiration to Quebecers and we are very proud of him and all that he has accomplished in the course of his career. This weekend, the Quebecor family will be on the ground to see the world’s elite cross-country skiers in action, including Alex who will be competing in his last race before he hangs up his skis.

Pierre Karl Péladeau, president and CEO of Quebecor


Alex Harvey has won more medals than any other Québec cross-country skier in history. On March 5, 2017, he became the first North American to win gold in the 50 km free technique at the World Championships in Lahti, Finland.


Quebecor, Alex Harvey’s #1 fan

To congratulate Alex Harvey for his stellar career, spectators will be able to write a message to him on the tribute wall in the Quebecor tent. The Quebecor squad will also hand out #GoAlex2019 bells so that fans can ring out their support.


TVA Sports in the thick of the action

TVA Sports will broadcast all three days of the FIS World Cup finals. Announcer Frédéric Lord will describe the action while Stéphane Barrette, Director of Coaching and Athlete Development at Cross Country Canada, will do colour commentator duties. Stéphane Turcot will also be on hand to interview the athletes and coaches.


FIS Cross-Country World Cup broadcast schedule:

  • Friday, March 22
    • 1 pm: Sprint (free technique) – Men’s and women’s finals


  • Saturday, March 23
    • 9:00 am: Mass start (classic technique) 10 km – Women’s final
    • 11 am: Mass start (classic technique) 15 km – Men’s final


  • Sunday 24
    • 9:30 am: Pursuit (free technique) 10 km – Women’s final
    • 10:30 am: Pursuit (free technique) 15 km – Men’s final


Here’s how you can support Alex:

  • Join the conversation by using hashtag #GoAlex2019
  • Tell Alex you’re rooting for him on his Facebook page

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