Competition will be streamed throughout the Championships ©Getty Images

Coverage of the Finsterau 2017 World Para Nordic Skiing Championships will be available through a livestream.

Biathlon and cross-country skiing will be the two disciplines contested next month in the last major competition before the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Paralympics.

Craig Spence, director of media and communications for World Para Nordic Skiing, has confirmed a livestream will be place to watch competition from February 10 to 19.

“We are very pleased to announce that we will be able to offer a livestream, which will not only ensure fans of the sport can follow the action, but will also attract new ones in the lead-up to next year’s Winter Paralympics," he said.

“The 2017 Worlds are very important for the athletes to test themselves ahead of PyeongChang 2018.

“We expect top performances from all athletes as they give their best to win medals for their countries.”

The stream will be provided by the production company, with are serving as a media partner for the Championships.

The company have streamed a variety of sports, including floorball, softball, basketball, squash and ice hockey, since they were established in 2008.

Biathlon and cross-country skiing competitions will take place at the Championships ©Getty Images
Biathlon and cross-country skiing competitions will take place at the Championships ©Getty Images

“The company is well-equipped with an outside broadcast van that is capable of providing the best solutions for every sport to be broadcast to TV in a highly professional manner,” said Radek Balvin, executive producer.

"In Finsterau the production will be set with 10 cameras, more than 3,000m of cables and the crew will include 13 of our best members. 

"’s team together with the organising team has spent a lot of time preparing the camera positions to provide the viewers the best possible experience.

"You will not miss a thing thanks to the graphics especially created for the event, commentators who know the sport like no-one else and also the famous replay shots”.

A total of 38 medal events will take place at the Championships, across men’s and women’s visually impaired, standing and sitting categories.

Around 135 of the world’s best skiers from 25 countries are expected to compete.

All races are scheduled to begin at 10:00am (CET) on each day, depending on weather conditions at the German venue.