Cycling: The Tour de France is the cycling event of the year. And Eurosport will devote a total of 350 hours to the Tour of France.
In total, Eurosport will be broadcast live for 90 hours – in HD. So fans of high picture quality will get their money's worth, especially since the niche broadcaster wants to top its transmission times from the previous year. Never before has there been so much cycling on German television at once.
In addition to the live reports, there will also be the journal Lemon of Cycling give. From July 2, Eurosport 5 will also summarize the stage of the day every evening from 20 p.m. The comments are provided by Karsten Migels, Jean-Claude Leclercq and Ron Ringguth.
The first live broadcast will be on July 3rd. At 19:30 p.m. all teams will be introduced. Fans can watch stages 1 to 5 as well as stages 10, 14, 17, 18 and 21 in full length on television. Eurosport will also premiere the women's race before the last stage starts broadcasting The Race by Le Tour de France transfer.