U.S. Ski and Snowboard has extended its media deal with NBC Sports ©Getty Images

U.S. Ski and Snowboard and NBC Sports have agreed to extend their media rights agreement through to the 2025 season.

The new deal will see the American broadcaster show 19 hours of coverage of all eight domestic International Ski and Snowboard (FIS) World Cup competitions across several of its platforms, including live and tape-delay coverage on NBC, CNBC and Peacock.

"We are excited to extend our contract with NBC Sports to present our domestic events, especially when we have the most World Cups on U.S. soil this coming season," Sophie Goldschmidt, the President and chief executive of U.S. Ski and Snowboard, said.

"NBC has a strong history of supporting Olympic sports, including our U.S. Ski & Snowboard alpine, cross country, freestyle, snowboard and freeski events, for over a decade and we are thrilled to continue this partnership so our passionate fans can watch our athletes throughout the coming seasons."

NBC will also broadcast the record number of Alpine events in America that are due to be held during the upcoming season.

The Killington Cup is among the events NBC Sports will broadcast ©Getty Images
The Killington Cup is among the events NBC Sports will broadcast ©Getty Images

The Killington Cup and Birds of Prey are due to return with new events set to be staged at Aspen and Palisades Tahoe.

Three International Ski and Snowboard Federation (FIS) Freeski and Snowboard World Cups and the Intermountain FIS Freestyle International also come under the agreement.

"U.S. Ski & Snowboard is one of our cornerstone Olympic sport partners, consistently providing world-class action featuring some of the most exciting and fearless competitors in the world," Gary Zenkel, President of NBC Olympics, said.

"This agreement extends our commitment to connecting fans with the compelling athletes and stories of Team USA and from around the world in between the Olympic and Paralympic Games."