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 August 20-September 11: Vuelta a Espana
2015 winner: Fabio Aru
 August 27-28: GP Ouest-France Plouay Bretagne Classic
Women's + Men's races
 August 26-27: Tour de l'Avenir
Final two stages are LIVE
 August 21: Crescent Women World Cup Vargarda - LIVE video here (geo-restricted) and possible LIVE video here and here and here. (10am CET (4am U.S. Eastern) Official website here.
 August 21: EuroEyes Cyclassics Hamburg 2015 winner: Andre Greipel
 August 19: Arnhem-Veenendaal Classic LIVE video here. Official site here.  Netherlands
 August 14: Slag om Norg LIVE video here. -scroll down on page Official website here.
 August 12-14: Ladies Tour of Norway  
 August 11-14: Arctic Race of Norway
2015 winner: Rein Taaramae
 August 5-21: Rio Olympics Cycling
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (Road, Track, BMX, MTB)
 August 5: Dwars door het Hageland  
 August 2-6: Vuelta a Burgos
2015 winner: Rein Taaramae
 August 1-7: Tour of Utah
 
 July 31: Prudential RideLondon-Surrey Classic
 
 July 30: Clasica San Sebastian
2015 winner: Adam Yates
 July 27-August 7: Tour of Portugal  
 July 27-31: Tour of Denmark
 
 July 23-27: Tour de Wallonie  
 July 2-24: Tour de France 2015 winner: Chris Froome
 July 12-18: Tour de Pologne
 
 July 2-9: Tour of Austria
 
 June 22: Halle-Ingooigem Belgium.  2015 winner: Nacer Bouhanni
 June 19: Tour de Beauce
Final stage streamed live
 June 16-19: Route du Sud
2015 winner: Alberto Contador
 June 13-26: Vuelta a Colombia
 
 June 11-19: Tour de Suisse
2015 winner: Simon Spilak
 June 10-12: Tulsa Tough
 
 June 11: Air Force Association Cycling Classic Clarendon Metro Cup Criterium
 June 5-12: Criterium du Dauphiné
2015 winner: Chris Froome
 June 5: Philadelphia International Cycling Classic
 
 June 5-12: Tour de Korea
 
 June 5: Post Cup Bornholm.  LIVE video here. Denmark
 June 5: Keukens Van Lommel Ladies Classic Belgium
 June 4: London Nocturne
Women's and Men's races
 June 4: Glencoe Grand Prix
Glencoe, Illinois, USA
 June 4: Heistse Pijl Belgium
 June 1-5: Tour de Luxembourg
 
 May 29-30: Winston-Salem Cycling Classic
North Carolina
 May 29: UCI BMX World Championships
Finals, Medellin, Colombia
 May 6-29: Giro d'Italia
2015 winner: Alberto Contador
 May 29: An Post Ras
Stage 8
 May 29: UCI Mountain Bike World Cup
La Bresse, France
 May 28: USA Cycling Road National Championships
Winston-Salem, N.C.
 May 25-29: Tour of Belgium 2015 winner: Greg van Avermaet
 May 18-22: Tour of Norway  
 May 15-22: Tour of California
2015 winner: Peter Sagan
 May 8: UEC Mountain Bike European Championships
Huskvarna, Sweden
 May 8: UCI BMX Supercross World Cup
Papendal, Netherlands
 May 4-8: Four Days of Dunkirk
 
 May 1: Eschborn-Frankfurt Cancelled in 2015 due to security issues.
 April 30-May 1: Tour de Bretagne. LIVE video here. May be geo-restricted.
 April 29-May 1: Tour de Yorkshire  
 April 26-May 1: Tour de Romandie
2015 winner: Ilnur Zakarin
 April 24-May 1: Tour of Turkey
2015 winner: Kristijan Durasek
 April 24: Liege-Bastogne-Liege 2015 winner: Alejandro Valverde
 April 23: Arno Wallaarde Memorial
 
 April 20: Fleche Wallonne
2015 winner: Alejandro Valverde
 April 19-24: Tour of Croatia
 
 April 19-22: Giro del Trentino
2015 winner: Richie Porte
 April 17: USA Cycling Pro Criterium National Championships
Greenville, SC
 April 17: Euskal Emakumeen Bira.  LIVE video here. Women's race.
 April 17: Profronde van Noord-Holland.  LIVE video here. Official site here.
 April 17: Tro Bro Leon
 
 April 17: Amstel Gold Race
2015 winner: Michal Kwiatkowski
 April 14: Grand Prix de Denain
2015 winner: Nacer Bouhanni
 April 13: De Brabantse Pijl
2015 winner: Ben Hermans
 April 9-10: Redlands Classic
 
 April 9-10: UCI BMX Supercross World Cup
Manchester, England
 April 10: Paris-Roubaix 2015 winner: John Degenkolb
 April 4-9: Tour of the Basque Country
2015 winner: Joaquim Rodriguez
 April 6: Scheldeprijs 2015 winner: Alexander Kristoff
 April 3: Tour of Flanders
2015 winner: Alexander Kristoff
 April 2: GP Miguel Indurain
2015 winner: Angel Vicioso
 April 2: Volta Limburg Classic
2015 winner: Stefan Kung
 March 29-31: Three Days of De Panne
2015 winner: Alexander Kristoff
 March 27: Gent-Wevelgem 2015 winner: Luca Paolini
 March 26-27: Criterium International
2015 winner: Jean-Christophe Péraud
 March 25: E3 Harelbeke
2015 winner: Geraint Thomas
 March 25-26: UCI BMX Supercross World Cup
Santiago del Estero, Argentina
 March 21-27: Volta a Catalunya
2015 winner: Richie Porte
 March 23: Dwars door Vlaanderen
2015 winner: Jelle Wallays
 March 20: Trofeo Binda
UCI Women's WorldTour event
 March 19: Milan-San Remo
2015 winner: John Degenkolb
 March 18-19: World Cycling League
WCL debut in Carson, California
 March 13-20: Cape Epic
Mountain biking
 March 18: Handzame Classic
2015 winner: Gianni Meersman
 March 16: Nokere Koerse
2015 winner: Kris Boeckmans
 March 9-15: Tirreno-Adriatico 2015 winner: Nairo Quintana
 March 13: Dorpenomloop Rucphen Netherlands
 March 6-13: Paris-Nice 2015 winner: Richie Porte
 March 12: Ronde van Drenthe
Women's + Men's races
 March 6: Three Days of West Flanders
 
 March 5: Strade Bianche
2015 winner: Zdenek Stybar
 March 2-6: UCI Track Cycling World Championships
London, England
 March 2: Le Samyn
2015 winners: Women: C. Blaak - Men: K. Boeckmans
 February 28: Les Boucles Drome Ardeche
La Royal Bernard Drome Classic streamed live
 February 28: Omloop van het Hageland
2015 winner: Jolien D'Hoore
 February 28: Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne 2015 winner: Mark Cavendish
 February 27: Omloop Het Nieuwsblad
2015 winner: Ian Stannard (Team Sky)
 February 27: Evelyn Stevens Hour Record Attempt
Women's UCI Hour Record
 February 24-March 2: Tour de Langkawi
2015 winner: Youcef Reguigui
 February 21: Cyclocross Internationale Sluitingsprijs Oostmalle Belgium
 February 17-21: Vuelta a Andalucia/Ruta Ciclista del Sol 2015 winner: Chris Froome
 February 13: Vuelta a Murcia LIVE video here. Official site here.
 February 13: Superprestige Cyclocross Middelkerke Belgium
 February 8-12: Tour of Qatar
2015 winner: Niki Terpstra
 February 7: Superprestige Cyclocross Hoogstraten
Belgium
 February 6: BPost Bank Trophy Cyclocross-Waaslandcross
Sint-Niklaas, Belgium
 February 3-6: Australia Track Nationals LIVE video here. See also: Aussie Track Nationals Videos
 February 3-7: Volta a la Comunitat Valenciana/Tour of Valencia Last winner (2008): Ruben Plaza
 February 3-6: Dubai Tour
2015 winner: Mark Cavendish
 February 2-5: Ladies Tour of Qatar
2015 winner: Lizzie Armitstead
 January 31: Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race
Geelong, Australia
 January 30-31: UCI CX World Championships Heusden-Zolder, Belgium
 January 28: 2016 Tour of California Route Presentation
 
 January 24: UCI CX World Cup Hoogerheide Netherlands, Women + Men races live
 January 23: Revolution Series Track Cycling Round 6, Manchester
 January 22: Bridie O'Donnell Hour Record
Adelaide, Australia
 January 19-24: Tour Down Under
 
 January 18-24: Tour de San Luis Quintana, Sagan, Nibali et al
 January 17: UCI CX World Cup Lignières-en-Berry France, Women + Men races live
 January 17: Tour Down Under People's Choice Classic  
 January 17: UCI Track Cycling World Cup
Hong Kong, China
 January 10-15: Tour Femenino de San Luis
Women's Tour de San Luis, Argentina
 January 10: Cycling Australia Road National Championships  
 January 10: New Zealand Elite Men Road Nationals LIVE here. Official site here.
 January 9-10: Cyclocross National Championships France, Belgium, Italy, etc.
 January 10: USA Cycling CX National Championships
USA, Asheville, North Carolina
 January 3: Soudal Classics Cyclocross-Leuven Belgium, Elite Women + Men races live
 January 2: Revolution Series Track Cycling
Round 5, Manchester
 January 2: EKZ CrossTour Meilen
Switzerland, Women + Men LIVE
 January 2: Centrumcross van Surhuisterveen Netherlands, Women + Men LIVE
 January 1: BPost Bank Trophy CX-GP Sven Nys Baal
Kicks off the New Year, Happy 2016!
 December 29: BPost Bank Trophy CX-Azencross
Loenhout, Women + Men LIVE
 December 27: Superprestige Cyclocross Diegem Elite Men race broadcast live
 December 26: UCI CX World Cup Heusden-Zolder Women + Men races live
 December 20: UCI CX World Cup Namur Women + Men
 December 19: BPost Bank Trophy CX Antwerp Elite Women + Men races LIVE
 December 13: Superprestige Cyclocross Spa-Francorchamps Belgium
 December 12: Zilvermeercross CX Mol Belgium
 December 6: Druivencross CX Overijse Women + Men races LIVE
 December 5: BPost Bank Trophy CX Essen Belgium, Women + Men races LIVE
 November 29: BPost Bank Trophy CX Flandriencross Hamme
Women + Men races LIVE
 November 28: Revolution Series Track Cycling Glasgow
 November 22: Six Days of Gent
Final day broadcast live only
 November 22: UCI CX World Cup Koksijde
Women + Men LIVE
 November 21: Soudal Classics Cyclocross-GP Hasselt
Women + Men LIVE
 November 15: Superprestige Cyclocross at Asper-Gavere Belgium
 November 14: Revolution Series Track Cycling London
 November 11: Soudal Classics Cyclocross Jaarmarktcross
Niel, Belgium
 November 8: Superprestige Cyclocross at Ruddervoorde
Belgium
 November 7: UEC Cyclo-cross European Championships
Huijbergen, Netherlands
 October 31-November 8: Tour of Taihu Lake Stage race in China
 October 30-November 1: UCI Track Cycling World Cup
Cali, Colombia
 November 1: BPost Bank Trophy/Koppenbergcross
Women's and Men's races streamed live
 October 25: Manitoba Grand Prix of Cyclocross
Elite Women and Men races
 October 25: Superprestige Cyclocross Zonhoven
 
 October 24: Canadian Cyclocross National Championships
Women's and Men's races
 August 22-September 13: Vuelta a Espana 2014 winner: Alberto Contador

 More events/races below...

Live race coverage

Tour de Cycling - Monday

- Tuesday's Tour of Poland Stage 3 live video should begin at 16:10 CET (10:10am U.S. Eastern)).


2009 Clasica San Sebastian:  Andy Schleck (Team Saxo Bank) crashed in Saturday's race, ultimately had to withdraw, and is now in doubt for the Vuelta a Espana (August 29-September 20).
photo Copyright © 2009 Fotoreporter Sirotti for cyclingfans.com

- Update:  One of the feeds below has gone to news for approximately 20 minutes.  It should be back on the race in a bit.  The other feed continues to play the race without interruption.

- Tour of Poland LIVE.

- Monitoring a feed we're told may be showing the race today live...

- Tour of Poland (Tour de Pologne) - Official Website - Start List - Stage 2 map/profile -
LIVE ticker - LIVE video (Geo-restricted, looking for alternatives, 16:10 CET (10:10am U.S. Eastern))

Tour de Cycling - Sunday

- Update:  LIVE video now playing for Monday's Stage 2 - check latest links here.

- Tour of Poland Stage 2 Monday:  Hoping to have a live video stream starting at 16:10 CET (10:10am U.S. Eastern).

- More Tour de Cycling - Sunday to come...

- Update:  Tour of Poland:  We have received a tip on a possible live video stream for this race starting tomorrow.  Stay tuned.

- Update:  Tour of Poland:  Doesn't look like there will be a non-geo-restricted feed.  Note though that Eurosport begins delayed coverage of this race starting tomorrow, Monday.

- Tour of Poland (Tour de Pologne) - Official Website - Start List - Stage 1 map/profile -
LIVE ticker - LIVE video (Geo-restricted, looking for alternatives, 16:10 CET (10:10am U.S. Eastern))
Race starts at: 15:50 CET (9:50am U.S. Eastern)

- Subida Urkiola (Spain) - Official Website - LIVE ticker (Google-translated to English)
Race starts at: 13:00 CET (7am U.S. Eastern)  UPDATE:  active LIVE ticker


2009 Clasica San Sebastian:  Carlos Barredo (Quick Step) wins ahead of Roman Kreuziger (Liquigas).
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2009 Clasica San Sebastian:  What a beautiful day for a bike race....
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2009 Clasica San Sebastian:  ....or not.  Filippo Pozzato (Team Katusha) leads the peloton in the rain.
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2009 Clasica San Sebastian:  Kreuziger, Barredo and Mickael Delage (Silence Lotto) on the podium.
photo Copyright © 2009 Fotoreporter Sirotti for cyclingfans.com

2009 Clasica San Sebastian LIVE

 

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- Tour of Poland (Tour de Pologne), August 2-8:  The Tour of Poland starts tomorrow, Sunday, and runs through August 8.  We have had live video streaming for several years but last year it was geo-restricted.  We won't know if there will be a worldwide live feed until the morning.  Official Website


2008 Tour de Pologne (Tour of Poland):  Jens Voigt (CSC Saxo Bank) with podium girls on the final victory podium.
photo courtesy Tour de Pologne

Subida Urkiola, Sunday August 2


In past years, Subida Urkiola has been broadcast live on ETB Sat.  This year, however, there apparently will be no live streaming.  Looks like there will be a live ticker though.  More info/links in the morning if available.
Official Website
Live ticker
(Google-translated to English)
Race start Sunday: 13:00 CET (7am U.S. Eastern)

- Watch the San Sebastian final kilometer video on Sporza here.

- San Sebastian LIVE via Rai Sport Piu.  More links at right.

- Clasica San Sebastian LIVE via TDP, multiple live video feeds.

- Race is LIVE now.

- San Sebastian live text ticker here.  (Spanish)  (Google-translated to English)  Waiting on live video feeds.

- Next update with additional links before live television coverage begins.


L'Equipe Magazine:  Today's issue cover story
features up-close-and-personal Lance Armstrong
photography by Liz Kreutz.

2009 Clasica San Sebastian Profile

- We recommend you open our Twitter feed in a separate window now.  If ever we have a server outage, we will update on Twitter and direct you to a live coverage page on another server.

- Welcome to our live coverage guide for the 2009 Clasica San Sebastian.

2009 Clasica San Sebastian LIVE
Spain, August 1
Official Website
(Google-translated to English)
Start List

 Race start: 11:05 CET
Finish: 16:53 to 17:29 CET
(4:53pm to 5:29pm CET)


San Sebastian

 San Sebastian weather


Tour de France Online Game


Live video streaming:

 


 


(15:15 CET (9:15am U.S. Eastern))


(Geo-restricted?)
(15:45 CET (9:45am U.S. Eastern))

 
(Geo-restricted?)
(15:45 CET (9:45am U.S. Eastern))


(more video links to come if available)

 

Live audio streaming:

 

Live internet radio:

 


(Spanish)

 

Live tickers:

 

biciciclismo
(Google-translated to English)

Jonathan Vaughters Twitter


(Google-translated to English)


(more tickers to come if available)

 

News and photos:


(cycling news)
Yahoo photo gallery (AP/AFP)

 

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2009 Clasica San Sebastian Live Coverage


2008 Clasica San Sebastian:  The peloton breaks apart on a climb.
photo Copyright © 2008 Fotoreporter Sirotti for cyclingfans.com

- The 2009 Clasica San Sebastian is tomorrow, Saturday.  Alejandro Valverde (Caisse d'Epargne) is back to defend his 2008 title.  Other riders expected on the start line include:  Sanchez L.L., Kirchen, Pinotti, Lovkvist, Rubiera, Zubeldia, Brajkovic, Pellizotti, Kreuziger, Chavanel Syl., Devolder, Karpets, Pozzato, Schleck A., Freire, Menchov, Garate, Martinez E., Sanchez S., Cunego, Vande Velde, Millar, Zabriskie, Duggan, Pate, Nocentini, Casar, Fedrigo.  We'll post live online coverage options before race time listing live video and tickers and updated during the race.

2009 Clasica San Sebastian Profile

 

Clasica San Sebastian Official Website
(Google-translated to English)
Start List
Race starts at: 11:05 CET (5:05am U.S. Eastern)
Live coverage on ETB 1:  15:15 CET (9:15am U.S. Eastern)
Live video stream on Sporza: 15:45 CET (9:45am U.S. Eastern)
Live coverage on NOS: 15:45 CET (9:45am U.S. Eastern)
Live feeds from other sources: Check back at race time

Universal Sports to Broadcast Vuelta a Espana Online and on TV

Press Release --

Universal Sports Inks Four-Year Deal
to Broadcast the Vuelta a Espana

Network Now Home to Two of the Three Grand Tours of Road Cycling

 

LOS ANGELES (July 28, 2009) – Universal Sports announced today it has inked an exclusive four-year multimedia deal to broadcast the Vuelta a Espana (Tour of Spain),  a three-week road cycling stage race that is one of the three Grand Tours of Europe and part of the UCI World Ranking calendar.  Universal Sports will broadcast throughout next month’s Vuelta, beginning with the start in Assen, Holland, on August 29, and ending in Madrid, Spain, on September 22. 

Tour de France Stage 21 LIVE


2009 Tour de France, Stage 20:  Juan Manuel Garate (Rabobank) wins on Mont Ventoux
ahead of Tony Martin (Columbia-HTC).
photo Copyright © 2009 Fotoreporter Sirotti for cyclingfans.com


2009 Tour de France:  Andy Schleck (Team Saxo Bank) and race leader Alberto Contador (Astana)
neutralized each other in a fight for the third podium spot by their respective teammates,
Frank Schleck and Lance Armstrong.  An impressive Armstrong won the battle.
photo Copyright © 2009 Fotoreporter Sirotti for cyclingfans.com


2009 Tour de France:  Andy Schleck, Alberto Contador, Lance Armstrong and Frank Schleck
at the top of the "Giant of Provence".
photo Copyright © 2009 Fotoreporter Sirotti for cyclingfans.com


2009 Tour de France:  Contador raises an arm; overall victory is his and Armstrong is on the podium.
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2009 Tour de France:  Contador flashes his trademark sign on the podium.
photo Copyright © 2009 Fotoreporter Sirotti for cyclingfans.com


2009 Tour de France:  Barring incident, Contador becomes a two-time Tour winner today.
photo Copyright © 2009 Fotoreporter Sirotti for cyclingfans.com

 

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Tour de France Online Game
Deadline for signing up:  Sunday at midnight Paris time (6pm U.S. Eastern)

Once you sign up (free), you become director for your team and the duration of the game is 3 weeks, just like in the real Tour.  Your team will compete in simulated stages, the same stages in the real 2009 Tour de France starting with the Monaco Time Trial through the stage to Mont Ventoux and into Paris.

Each day, you build your riders' skills, set the tactics for the next stage (for example, which riders to send into breakaways and when), make sure your riders get massages, etc.

You may sign up for multiple game plays (you direct multiple teams) but each registration requires a different email address.

The game can be played until August 20.  Cash prizes will be determined after that date.

For more info and/or to sign up, click here.

 

- NEW!  Tour de France Online gameFree to play.  You get to play the directeur sportif.  Create your cycling team, train it and compete against players from all over the world on the official stages of the 2009 Tour de France.  From the makers of Pro Cycling Manager, Tour de France Online 2009 is much more than the typical cycling fantasy league game and they are offering prize money to the winners.  Click banner below or here for more info and to sign up.


 

- More Tour de France Stage 21 videos to come...

2009 Tour de France videos

Yellow Jersey Highlights (03:06) letour.fr
Green Jersey Highlights (02:42) letour.fr
Polka dot Jersey Highlights (02:57) letour.fr
Lance Armstrong Happy With Comeback Ride (08:52) ESPN
Stage 21 Recap (01:55) ESPN
Cadel relieved and joyful (06:03) SBS
Stage 21 winner smokes the field (01:06) SBS
Andy Schleck no regrets (01:06) SBS
Lead out gun (01:36) SBS
Mick Rogers an amazing tour (04:11) SBS
Heinrich Haussler future hope (01:36) SBS
Brett Lancaster team result (01:20) SBS
Tour de France wraps up (02:03) Eurosport
Stage 21 winner: "It was amazing" (01:01) Eurosport
Stage 21: Final minute (01:00) Eurosport
Reflections from the Tour with Phil and Paul (01:31) SBS
When in Paris (02:57) SBS
Alberto vs Lance (02:38) SBS
The dulcet tones of the Tour (01:24) SBS
Aussie Contingent (01:58) SBS
Stage 21 Final kilometer (6:35) Sporza
Team Astana share some champagne (02:04) Sporza
Stage 20 Highlights (01:57) Eurosport
Stage 20 Recap (03:29) Telegraph
Stage 20 Recap with Bob Roll & Craig Hummer (02:33) Yahoo! Sports
Interview with Stage 20 winner (01:23) letour.fr
Mixed feelings for Lance (01:28) Eurosport
Fans pack Ventoux roads (02:02) Eurosport
Cavendish record rocket (01:40) SBS
Lance will ride in the 2010 Tour (01:59) Fox Sports
Stage 20 - Last kilometers (09:15) Sporza
Last minute Stage 20 (01:00) Eurosport
A message from Jens Voigt SaxoBank
Planet Armstrong - Team Bus, Part 1 of 2 (02:14) Eurosport
Planet Armstrong - Team Bus, Part 2 of 2 (02:27) Eurosport
Stage 20 Preview with Bob Roll & Craig Hummer (01:32) Yahoo! Sports
Stage 20 preview: Mont Ventoux (0:34) Eurosport
Stage 20 Preview (04:33) Livestrong
How Radio Tour works (02:45) letour.fr
Stage 19 Recap (01:21) ESPN
Stage 19 Highlights (02:57) Telegraph
Stage 19 Recap with Bob Roll & Craig Hummer (03:21) Yahoo! Sports
Sprint King Cavendish (02:03) SBS
Cadel Evans discontent (02:59) SBS
Andy Schleck versus Mont Ventoux (0:55) SBS
Mark Renshaw ready to rocket to Paris (0:54) SBS
Stage 19 - Beautiful scenery with Phil & Paul (03:56) SBS
What’s for dinner…? SaxoBank
Stage 19 Highlights (02:35) Eurosport
Bruyneel: Armstrong has podium in sights (03:32) Eurosport
Cavendish wants to win in Paris (0:41) Eurosport
Schleck needs 'miracle' (01:18) Eurosport
Hushovd focused on staying in green (01:05) Eurosport
A day on Tour with Bernhard Eisel (02:17) Eurosport
Planet Armstrong, Part 1 of 2 (01:12) Eurosport
Planet Armstrong, Part 2 of 2 (02:18) Eurosport
Stage 19 Final kilometer (01:47) Sporza
The Coveted Yellow (02:45) SBS
Renshaw's tour experience (0:59) SBS
Brett Lancaster team gratification (0:58) SBS
Stage 19 Preview with Bob Roll & Craig Hummer (01:14) Yahoo! Sports
Stage 19 preview (0:34) Eurosport
Stage 18 Recap with Bob Roll & Craig Hummer (03:56) Yahoo! Sports
Stage 18 Highlights (02:59) Telegraph
Stage 18 Recap (01:30) ESPN
Vaughters: Wiggins can make podium (02:59) Eurosport
Post Stage 18: Yellow jersey is ready to defend (0:55) SBS
Stuart O'Grady no surrender (02:27) SBS
Time Trial and Tribulation (02:05) SBS
Sprinters: Mountain of suffering (01:48) SBS
Highlights from Stage 18 TT (0:49) CBS Sports
Stage 18 Highlights (02:35) Eurosport
Andy Schleck: That hurt! (0:48) Eurosport
Hushovd targets Paris win (01:15) Eurosport
Riis: Ventoux will be 'spectacular' (02:12) Eurosport
Cadel Evans post race (01:39) SBS
Andy gives it all for podium (01:09) SBS
Hushovd ready for showdown (0:36) SBS
A night of celebration after stage 17 SaxoBank
Stage 17 Recap with Bob Roll & Craig Hummer (02:47) Yahoo! Sports
Stage 17 Recap (03:46) Eurosport
Stage 17 Highlights, part 1 of 2 (02:07) Eurosport
Stage 17 Highlights, part 2 of 2 (02:08) Eurosport
Riis hails 'fantastic' Schleck brothers (01:58) Eurosport
Lance Prepares for Stage 17 Queen's Stage (02:01) Livestrong
Stage 17 final kilometers (08:05) Sporza
Stage 17: Last minute (01:00) Eurosport
Matt Lloyd support crusader (03:37) SBS
Silence-Lotto turns to stage wins (04:23) SBS
Coordinating the Podium (01:17) SBS
Planet Armstrong: Podium the target (01:48) Eurosport
Stage 17 Preview with Bob Roll & Craig Hummer (01:18) Yahoo! Sports
Lance talks about his performance after Stage 16 (0:38) Fox Sports
Stage 16 Recap with Bob Roll & Craig Hummer (02:52) Yahoo! Sports
Stage 16 Recap (01:29) ESPN
Lance more satisfied today (01:46) ESPN
Lance Armstrong Update (02:18) ESPN
Another tough mountain stage (0:57) AP
Armstrong 'rode his tempo' (02:15) Eurosport
Contador content with his team (02:33) Eurosport
Stage 16 - Beautiful scenery with Phil & Paul (04:13) SBS
Stage 16 Recap (03:50) Telegraph
Stage 16 Highlights (02:29) Eurosport
Disheartened Andy concerned for teammate (0:43) SBS
Menchov remains motivated (02:54) SBS
Cadel down and out (0:43) SBS
Jens Voigt Stage 16 crash (01:05) Sporza
Stage 16 highlights (01:11) Sporza
Last kilometers of Stage 16 (05:26) Sporza
Pre-Stage 16 Update from Lance Armstrong (01:59) Livestrong
Stage 16 Preview with Bob Roll & Craig Hummer (01:48) Yahoo! Sports
Stage 16 preview (0:30) Eurosport
Planet Armstrong - Stage 15 (02:22) Eurosport
Stage 15 Recap: Part 1 (04:35) Livestrong
Stage 15 Recap: Part 2 (06:00) Livestrong
Stage 15 Recap (03:18) Telegraph
Stage 15 - Beautiful scenery with Phil & Paul (03:45) SBS
Selfless Domestiques (01:42) SBS
A look inside a well equipped directors car SaxoBank
Stage 15 winner can hardly express his joy (0:53) SBS
Cadel Evans "It was a really bad day for me" (0:53) SBS
O'Grady riding inside out (01:45) SBS
Hushovd Green opportunity (01:02) SBS
CBS Sports recaps stage 15 (01:33) CBS Sports
Stage 15 Recap with Bob Roll & Craig Hummer (04:08) Yahoo! Sport
Lance talks to the media after Stage 15 (03:03) ESPN
ESPN's Jeremy Schaap discusses Stage 15 results (04:04) ESPN
Stage 15 Recap (01:21) ESPN
Stage 15 Highlights, Part 1 of 2 (01:55) Eurosport
Stage 15 Highlights, Part 2 of 2 (02:09) Eurosport
Armstrong "I gave it everything I had" (02:59) Eurosport
Wiggins: Let's not get too excited (0:37) Eurosport
Lotto director 'No way to catch him' (02:55) Eurosport
Andy Schleck talks to Eurosport (01:05) Eurosport
Post Stage 15 with Fabian Cancellara (01:08) Eurosport
Armstrong talks to the media after
Stage 15
(02:11)
Sporza
Post Stage 15 interview with A. Schleck (01:03) Sporza
Stage winner's decisive attack (0:39) Sporza
Stage 15, Last kilometer (04:28) Sporza
Stage 15 Preview with Bob Roll & Craig Hummer (01:46) Yahoo! Sports
Stage 15: Tour de France heads for the Alps (0:30) Eurosport
Stage 14 Recap with Bob Roll & Craig Hummer (02:25) Yahoo! Sports
Bonnie Ford reports on Stage 14 events (04:02) ESPN
Stage 14 Recap (03:04) Telegraph
Veteran victory (01:49) SBS
Cadel ready to Climb (02:04) SBS
Nicolas Roche strong debut (01:21) SBS
Anderson's high hopes for Cadel (04:35) SBS
Woman dies in Tour crash (01:19) Eurosport
Hushovd slams Cavendish (0:37) Eurosport
Stage 14 winner "I'm very proud" (01:40) Eurosport
Stage 14 Final minute (01:00) Eurosport
Stage 14 final kilometer (02:14)  Sporza
Tomo and Liggett talk Astana (01:39) SBS
Chistophe Moreau: Roadside love (01:06) SBS
Frank Schleck talks before Stage 14 SaxoBank
The tour bus "center of command" SaxoBank
Stage 14 Preview with Bob Roll & Craig Hummer (01:04) Yahoo! Sports
Stage 14 preview (0:37) Eurosport
Stage 13 Recap with Bob Roll & Craig Hummer (03:55) Yahoo! Sports
Stage 13 Recap (02:08) Livestrong
Stage 13 Highlights (02:57) Telegraph
Battle for the Green Jersey continues (0:49) SBS
Beautiful scenery with Phil & Paul (03:22) SBS
Tour de France time keepers (02:01) SBS
Stage 13 recap (01:25) ESPN
Join the TDF Caravan (01:53) SBS
Director Peeters says Chavanel had no energy (01:08) Eurosport
Post Stage 13 interviews (01:28) Eurosport
Hushovd targeting tough days (01:05) Eurosport
Stage 13 Highlights (02:01) Eurosport
Stage 13 winner talks to the press (01:49) SBS
Carlos Sastre feeling strong (01:46) SBS
Haussler calls Oz home (04:21) SBS
Frank Schleck predicts a hard day (01:23) SBS
Levi Breaks His Wrist (03:48) Livestrong
Levi out after crash in Stage 12 (01:38) Sporza
Stage 13, Final kilometer (01:31) Sporza
Stage 13 Preview with Bob Roll & Craig Hummer (01:16) Yahoo! Sport
Stage 12 Recap with Bob Roll & Craig Hummer  (02:25) Yahoo! Sports
Planet Armstrong: Lance on staying focused (01:53) Eurosport
Stage 12 Highlights (02:57) Telegraph
Stage 12 Recap (01:17) ESPN
Zabel's scouting helps Cavendish win stages (02:47) Eurosport
Stage 12 winner talks about the stage (01:17) Eurosport
Cavendish discusses Stage 12 (0:50) Eurosport
Fothen: "I think I do a good race today" (01:46) Eurosport
Stage 12 winner: "Wow! Great feeling!" (01:40) SBS
Stage 12 Highlights (02:25) Eurosport
Stage 12: Final minute (01:00) Eurosport
Lance less tense (03:13) SBS
Super Team Columbia (05:14) SBS
On tour with Stuart O'Grady SaxoBank
Planet Armstrong (0:44) Eurosport
Stage 12, last kilometer (02:30) Sporza
Stage 12 Preview with Bob Roll & Craig Hummer (01:29) Yahoo! Sports
Stage 12 Preview (0:37) Eurosport
Stage 11 Recap (01:33) ESPN
Lead-out man is happy (02:06) SBS
The winner of Stage 8 talks about victory (01:40) SBS
Roadside assistance (01:56) SBS
Winner acknowledges his team (02:08) SBS
Stage 11 Recap with Bob Roll & Craig Hummer (02:31) Yahoo! Sports
Stage 11 Highlights (02:56) Telegraph
Stage 11 Highlights (02:00) Eurosport
An emotional winner of Stage 11 ((01:59) Eurosport
Haussler surprised (01:39) Eurosport
Rogers digs in for Columbia (01:52) Eurosport
Stage 11: Final minute (01:00) Eurosport
Stage 11 final kilometer (01:16) Sporza
Lance confirms Astana tension (01:33) SBS
Christian out of the shadow (03:40) SBS
Killing time with Jens Voigt SaxoBank
Slater hails 'inspiration' Armstrong (01:40) Eurosport
Cavendish sees Green (01:28) SBS
Bruyneel: No radio killed the race (01:29) SBS
The Village people (02:37) SBS
Stage 10 Recap (03:56) ESPN
Cavendish praises his Columbia HTC team (01:02) Eurosport
Hushovd says Cav world's fastest (01:19) Eurosport
Columbia-HTC aim high (03:42) Eurosport
Lance with Mark Cavendish and George Hincapie (04:10) Livestrong
Stage 10: Lance's Cool Down Ride (0:45) Livestrong
Stage 10 Highlights (02:47) Telegraph
Stage 10 Highlights (02:10) Eurosport
A look at the sponsors of the Tour (02:36) Livestrong
Behind the scenes of the Saxo Bank Team SaxoBank
Lance Armstrong: "Sporza, I missed you" (0:56) Sporza
Focus on Astana - Part 1 of 2 (02:16) Eurosport
Focus on Astana - Part 2 of 2 (01:40) Eurosport
Cadel lays down the gauntlet against Astana (0:49) SBS
Stage 10 Last Kilometer (01:36) Sporza
Arvesen's crash (0:57) Eurosport
Stage 10 Preview with Bob Roll & Craig Hummer (01:20) Yahoo! Sports
A Race for Survival at the back (05:35) SBS
Tour de France Rest Day (04:22) SBS
Armstrong Remains Third after 9 Stages (01:34) CBS Sports
Rest Day at Tour De France (01:07) ESPN
Christian Vande Velde 'ecstatic' (01:39) Eurosport
Columbia HTC soigneurs take you behind the scenes (02:48) Eurosport
Planet Armstrong: Robin Williams pays Lance a visit (02:20) Eurosport
TDF: Rest Day 1 Update (02:00) Livestrong
Fabian on the first week of the Tour SaxoBank
Lance Armstrong Chats With Robin Williams (02:48) Livestrong
Stage 9 Highlights (02:30) Eurosport
Hushovd: I'm where I want to be (0:48) Eurosport
Unproductive Pyrenees (01:24) SBS
Riis happy with Saxo Bank form (02:06) Eurosport
Stage 9 pre-race update with Lance (01:57) Livestrong
Last Kilometer (02:57) Sporza
Dangerous descent (01:01) SBS
Climbing the Tourmalet (05:50) Sporza
Tony Martin - Columbia Revelation (01:55) SBS
The battle within Astana (01:38) SBS
Armstrong pleased with performance (01:56) Eurosport
Andy Schleck: looking back at 8th stage SaxoBank
Stage 9 preview (0:34) Eurosport
Sean Kelly on stage nine (01:04) Eurosport
Stage 8 Highlights (03:05) Telegraph
Evans frustrated at on road tactics (01:18) SBS
Post race with the big man of the bunch (01:22) SBS
Stage 8, Beautiful scenery with Phil & Paul (02:59) SBS
Stage 8 Recap (01:03) ESPN
Bonnie Ford reports on Armstrong after 8 Stages (02:27) ESPN
Stage 8 Highlights, part 1 of 2 (02:21) Eurosport
Stage 8 Highlights, part 2 of 2 (01:38) Eurosport
Stage 8 preview (0:30) Eurosport
Stage 8 Preview with Bob Roll & Craig Hummer (01:20) Yahoo!
Recap of Stage 7 (02:41) Yahoo!
Stage 7 Highlights (02:57) Telegraph
TDF report from Stage 7 (01:48) CBS Sports
Stage 7 Recap: Part 1 (04:22) Livestrong
Stage 7 Recap: Part 2 (03:31) Livestrong
Lance Armstrong Interview After Stage 7 (02:20) Livestrong
Inside Versus Media Van (0:40) Livestrong
Lance Post Stage 7 (0:43) SBS
Matthew Lloyd climb collision (02:11) SBS
Cadel Evans after Stage 7 (01:28) SBS
Lance after Stage 7 (02:32) Eurosport
Bruyneel had no plan (02:12) Eurosport
Bonnie Ford reports after 7th Stage (01:52) ESPN
Stage 7 Recap (01:29) ESPN
Stage 7 Preview with Bob Roll & Craig Hummer (01:38) Yahoo!
Stage 7 preview (0:37) Eurosport
Cancellara discusses stage 7 (01:14) Fox Sports
Fans of the Tour de France (02:38) SBS
Mick Rogers, living the dream (03:46) SBS
Girona, Spain Has Been Home To American Cyclists (01:30) ESPN
Ekimov says Lance looks stronger than 2005 (02:43) SBS
David Millar interview after Stage 6 (0:50) SBS
Armstrong on 'scary' day (02:54) Eurosport
Cancellara stays confident (01:31) Eurosport
Stage 6 Highlights (02:56) Telegraph
Stage 6 Recap (04:39) Livestrong
Stage six Highlights, part 1 of 2 (01:41) Eurosport
Stage six Highlights, part 2 of 2 (01:38) Eurosport
Stage 6 Preview with Lance Armstrong and Dedication (02:54) Livestrong
Stage 5 Recap (01:15) ESPN
AP report on Stage 5 (0:58) AP/Yahoo!
Stage 5 Highlights (05:53) Telegraoh
Stage 5 Highlights (01:59) Eurosport
Stage 5 crashes (02:25) SBS
Post-stage 5 with Mick Rogers (01:06) SBS
Post-race Interview with Cavendish (01:05) Eurosport
Cancellara praises team efforts (0:59) Eurosport
Timmer thrilled by stint in front (01:01) Eurosport
Waiting for la tour in Caves (04:45) Livestrong
Beautiful scenery with Phil & Paul (02:55) SBS
Stuart O'Grady, Tour of Duty (02:39) SBS
Stage five final minute (01:00) Eurosport
Preview : Map Stage 5 (0:29) Eurosport
Stage 4 Highlights (03:01) Telegraph
Stage 4 Recap (01:49) ESPN
Bonnie Ford reports on Armstrong in TTT (02:16) ESPN
Lance discusses the TTT (01:16) Fox Sports
STage 4 TTT Highlights, Part 1 of 2 (01:44) Eurosport
Stage 4 TTT Highlights, Part 2 of 2 (02:15) Eurosport
Lance discusses the TTT results (0:41) Eurosport
Stage 4 Reaction With Lance (02:26) Livestrong
Ben on Lance's TT Bike Before Stage 4 (01:48) Livestrong
Stage 4: The last minute (01:00) Eurosport
Bouygues riders ditched (01:52) Eurosport
Silence-Lotto unlucky too (02:53) Sporza
Armstrong on split; Stiller on Lance (02:29) Eurosport
Levi and Lance talk up winning (01:18) SBS
Team Time Trail returns (01:36) SBS
Lance Armstrong's legacy (02:51) SBS
Stage 3 Reaction with Lance (03:36) Livestrong
Stage 3 Highlights (03:21) Telegraph
Interview with stage 3 winner (01:51) SBS
Japanese are excited to have 2 riders in tour (02:30) Eurosport
Post stage interview with yellow jersey holder (01:23) Eurosport
Post Stage 3 interview with George Hincapie (02:09) Eurosport
Stage 3 Winner talks about his team's efforts (0:49) Eurosport
Safety first for Astana (02:00) Eurosport
Mark Cavendish green ambition (04:20) SBS
Pauriol on 'risky' stage 3 (01:29) Eurosport
Stage 2 Highlights (03:12) Telegraph
Stage 2 hails 'special' win (05:27) Eurosport
Pereiro on comeback (02:19) Eurosport
Lance and Levi on the bus pre stage 2 (02:06) Livestrong
Stage 2 Recap with Bob Roll & Craig Hummer (02:43) Yahoo!
Armstrong struggling after Giro (02:39) Eurosport
Stage 2 winner praises team-mates (0:49) Eurosport
Haussler blasts Napolitano (01:41) Eurosport
Recaps, Stage 2 (01:15) ESPN
Stage Two highlights, Part 1 of 2 (01:51) Eurosport
Stage Two highlights, Part 2 of 2 (01:08) Eurosport
Stage Two - Final minute (1:00) Eurosport
Tour de France - Stage two preview (0:59) Eurosport
Tour de France Day One (01:11) ESPN
Lance gives some thoughts post Stage 1 (02:33) Livestrong
Armstrong return 'felt good' (02:12) Eurosport
Levi Leipheimer after Stage 1 (02:15) Eurosport
Stage 1 Highlights (02:00) Eurosport
Stars on unconventional Tour opener (02:27) Eurosport
Fans await start of Stage 1 (0:50) MSN
Lance talks with Eddy Merckx before
Stage 1
(02:40)
Livestrong
Columbia 'plan to win' (01:37) Eurosport
   

 

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In collaboration with the publisher, we are giving away copies of John Wilcockson's new book, "Lance".  Correctly pick the winner of today's final Tour de France stage into Paris and you could win this book.  (370+ pages + photo pages)

Cavendish, Farrar, someone else?  Send your pick to the editor here.  In the event of multiple correct picks, I will randomly pick up to three winners.  All picks must be submitted today by 17:00 CEST (Paris time) (11am U.S. Eastern).  The winners will receive the books directly from Da Capo Press/Perseus Books.  We will also give away more copies in the near future.  -Pete

 

 


Tour de France:  Paris at last.  (file photo)
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- Sunday's Tour de France Stage 21 departs Montereau-Fault-Yonne at 13:20 CET (7:20am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Paris Champs-Élysées between 17:24 and 17:49 CET (11:24am and 11:49am U.S. Eastern).  Tour de France live coverage on Versus TV is scheduled to begin at 7:30am U.S. Eastern (7:30am U.S. Eastern as well for the Versus live streaming).

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July 4-26
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 Stage 21 start: 13:20 CET
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Finish: 17:24 to 17:49 CET
(5:24pm to 5:49pm CET)


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Tour de France Stage 20 LIVE


2009 Tour de France, Stage 20:  Chris Sorensen (Team Saxo Bank) on Mont Ventoux.
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2009 Tour de France:  George Hincapie (Columbia-HTC) hugs teammate
Mark Cavendish after Cav's victory in Stage 19.
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2009 Tour de France:  Cavendish gets his 5th stage win of the race.
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- Sunday's Tour de France Stage 21 departs Montereau-Fault-Yonne at 13:20 CET (7:20am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Paris Champs-Élysées between 17:24 and 17:49 CET (11:24am and 11:49am U.S. Eastern).  Tour de France live coverage on Versus TV is scheduled to begin at 7:30am U.S. Eastern (7:30am U.S. Eastern as well for the Versus live streaming).

- NEW!  Tour de France Online gameFree to play.  You get to play the directeur sportif.  Create your cycling team, train it and compete against players from all over the world on the official stages of the 2009 Tour de France.  From the makers of Pro Cycling Manager, Tour de France Online 2009 is much more than the typical cycling fantasy league game and they are offering prize money to the winners.  Click banner below or here for more info and to sign up.


 

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- Tour de France LIVE via Eurosport UK.

- Tour de France LIVE via Eurosport France.

- On now:  Tour de France pre-Ventoux coverage on Eurosport.

- Stage is underway and tickers are live.

- Broadcaster Phil Liggett has reported the following via Twitter:  "Oh Boy - the wind on top of Ventoux is gale force and the big trucks have had to go back down."

- Next update before live television coverage begins.

Tour de France Stage 20 Profile

- Tour de France Stage 20 departs Montélimar at 11:40 CET (5:40am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the top of Mont Ventoux between 16:01 and 16:28 CET (10:01am and 10:28am U.S. Eastern).  Tour de France live coverage on Versus TV is scheduled to begin at 7:00am U.S. Eastern (7:40am U.S. Eastern for the Versus live streaming).  Live coverage on Eurosport is scheduled to begin at 13:30 CET (7:30am U.S. Eastern).

- For Tour de France via satellite info, MJ Ray has you covered in our cycling via satellite blog here.

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- Welcome to our live coverage guide for the 2009 Tour de France.

2009 Tour de France LIVE
July 4-26
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 Stage 20 start: 11:40 CET
Finish: 16:01 to 16:28 CET
(4:01pm to 4:28pm CET)


Montélimar

 Bedoin weather


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Tour de France Stage 19 LIVE

Saturday's Tour de France Stage 20 Profile


2009 Tour de France, Stage 18:  Alberto Contador (Astana) put in a stunning performance,
besting all the time trial specialists to win the stage.
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2009 Tour de France:  Fabian Cancellara (Team Saxo Bank) finished in
second place on the stage, 3 seconds behind Contador.
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2009 Tour de France:  Lance Armstrong finished 16th, 1:30 back
but good enough to move up to third place overall.
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2009 Tour de France:  David Zabriskie (Garmin-Slipstream) tries to get as
aerodynamic as possible.  He finished 10th, best American on the day, 1:02 behind Contador.
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2009 Tour de France:  Frenchman Stephane Goubert (AG2R-La Mondiale) looks like
he gave it everything.  He finished in 82nd place, 04:18 back.  Goubert is a consistent,
quality climber and sits in 16th place overall after 18 stages.
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- Tour de France via Eurosport UK LIVE.  (English)

- Tour de France LIVE on Versus live video streaming.  Link at right.

- Rumors swirling that Cadel Evans may join Lance Armstrong's Team RadioShack next season...

- The American Team RadioShack and British team Sky have submitted applications for ProTour licenses to the UCI.  According to UCI president Pat McQuaid, each application contains a list of most of the riders that will be on the team's roster.  (today's L'Equipe)

He's Back

Alexandre "Vino" Vinokourov in Nice, France,
his adopted home, in March, 2006.
Copyright © 2006 Pete Geyer/www.cyclingfans.com

- Alexandre Vinokourov, suspended in 2007 for doping, is eligible to race again as of today.  But first, he'll be on the Champs-Elysees in Paris Sunday, at the finish of the 2009 Tour de France, invited by the ambassador of Kazakhstan.  Barring incident, the Astana team, originally put together by Vinokourov, should do a victory lap post-stage as the Kazakh rider looks on, ready to take back "his" team.  Lance Armstrong is departing to create a new team, RadioShack.  Astana team manager Johan Bruyneel is expected to join him.  -Pete


Alexandre Vinokourov and the Tour devil
Copyright © 2007 Murray Webb
 

Tour de France Stage 19 Profile

- Tour de France Stage 19 departs Bourgoin-Jallieu at 12:45 CET (6:45am U.S. Eastern) and is expected in Aubenas between 16:58 and 17:24 CET (10:58am and 11:24am U.S. Eastern).  Tour de France live coverage on Versus TV is scheduled to begin at 8:30am U.S. Eastern (8:30am U.S. Eastern also for the Versus live streaming).  Live coverage on Eurosport is scheduled to begin at 14:45 CET (8:45am U.S. Eastern).

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July 4-26
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 Stage 19 start: 12:45 CET
Finish: 16:58 to 17:24 CET
(4:58pm to 5:24pm CET)


Bourgoin-Jallieu

 Aubenas weather


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Tour de France Stage 18 LIVE

 Friday's Tour de France Stage 19 Profile

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Stage 18 Individual Time Trial at Annecy:  Start Order and Times here.

 

- Friday's Tour de France Stage 19 departs Bourgoin-Jallieu at 12:45 CET (6:45am U.S. Eastern) and is expected in Aubenas between 16:58 and 17:24 CET (10:58am and 11:24am U.S. Eastern).  Tour de France live coverage on Versus TV is scheduled to begin at 8:30am U.S. Eastern (8:30am U.S. Eastern also for the Versus live streaming).  Live coverage on Eurosport is scheduled to begin at 14:45 CET (8:45am U.S. Eastern).

- NEW!  Tour de France Online gameFree to play.  You get to play the directeur sportif.  Create your cycling team, train it and compete against players from all over the world on the official stages of the 2009 Tour de France.  From the makers of Pro Cycling Manager, Tour de France Online 2009 is much more than the typical cycling fantasy league game and they are offering prize money to the winners.  Click banner below or here for more info and to sign up.


 

- Listen LIVE:  Eurosport LIVE audio feeds in multiple languages including English, Deutsch, Español, Français.  (links in "Live audio streaming" section at right)

- Also LIVE today:  Brixia Tour (Italy) LIVE here.  (through Sunday) -Bernie S.  (More on this race later)

- Tour de France LIVE via Eurosport UK.

- TDF LIVE via Versus live video streaming.  Link at right.

- Tour de France LIVE via Eurosport. (French)

- News:  Lance Armstrong is expected to announce a new American title sponsor today for his next team.  This is not official but we believe that sponsor will be Radio Shack.  Subsequent to a huge assist and tip from ESPN's Bonnie Ford, yesterday evening we were first to post a story regarding Radio Shack as the possible sponsor and you can read how the story developed here.

- The first riders have departed.

- Tour de France Stage 18 Individual Time Trial at Annecy starts at 11:10 CET (5:10am U.S. Eastern) when the first rider (Hutarovich) departs.  Tour de France live coverage on Versus TV is scheduled to begin at 8:30am U.S. Eastern (8:30am U.S. Eastern also for the Versus live streaming).  Live coverage on Eurosport is scheduled to begin at 14:30 CET (8:30am U.S. Eastern).

- For Tour de France via satellite info, MJ Ray has you covered in our cycling via satellite blog here.

- We recommend you open our Twitter feed in a separate window now.  If ever we have a server outage, we will update on Twitter and direct you to a live coverage page on another server.

- Welcome to our live coverage guide for the 2009 Tour de France.

2009 Tour de France LIVE
July 4-26
Official Website
Start List

 Stage 18 start: 11:10 CET


Annecy

 Annecy weather


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Live internet radio:

 


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(French)

 

Live tickers:

 


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News and photos:


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Tour de France Stage 17 LIVE

Thursday's Tour de France Stage 18 Annecy ITT Profile


2009 Tour de France:  Mikel Astarloza (Euskaltel-Euskadi) wins Stage 16.
photo Copyright © 2009 Fotoreporter Sirotti for cyclingfans.com


Flashback:  2005 Dauphine Libere:  Lance Armstrong (Discovery Channel) in the final stage at Sallanches.
Stage 17 of the 2009 Tour de France today passes through Sallanches at kilometer 92.
photo Copyright © 2005 Pete Geyer/cyclingfans.com

 Notes:  (latest notes always appear at the top, below sticky notes)

 

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- Stage 18 Individual Time Trial at Annecy:  Partial Start Order and Times here.  (full list to come)

- Thursday's Tour de France Stage 18 Individual Time Trial at Annecy starts at 11:10 CET (5:10am U.S. Eastern) when the first rider (Hutarovich) departs.  Tour de France live coverage on Versus TV is scheduled to begin at 8:30am U.S. Eastern (8:30am U.S. Eastern also for the Versus live streaming).  Live coverage on Eurosport is scheduled to begin at 14:30 CET (8:30am U.S. Eastern).

- NEW!  Tour de France Online gameFree to play.  You get to play the directeur sportif.  Create your cycling team, train it and compete against players from all over the world on the official stages of the 2009 Tour de France.  From the makers of Pro Cycling Manager, Tour de France Online 2009 is much more than the typical cycling fantasy league game and they are offering prize money to the winners.  Click banner below or here for more info and to sign up.


 

- LIVE radio feeds:  BBC, RTL-L'Equipe, and Radio Monte Carlo (RMC) audio feeds all playing.  (Links under "Live audio streaming" at right)

- In an interview with El Pais (Spain), Johan Bruyneel confirmed Nike is not a title sponsor for a new American team.  (Announcement expected tomorrow.)  This confirms what Lance Armstrong said on French TV last week.

- It is pouring rain at the finish.  (Eurosport)

- Tour de France LIVE via Eurosport UKDavid Harmon and Sean Kelly commentating.

- Tour de France LIVE on Versus live video streaming.  Link at right.

- Le Tour LIVE via Eurosport.  (French)

- Today is the stage "de tous les dangers" as the French say.  Unpredictable, a lot can happen.  Former D.S. Cyril Guimard was quoted in today's L'Equipe as saying that yesterday the Schlecks worked simply to eliminate some competition for the podium.  Today?  "Their target should be Contador."  Should be interesting.  Unfortunately, they'll have to do without Jens Voigt after his hard crash yesterday. -Pete

Tour de France Stage 17 Profile


The peloton today will reach Sallanches in the shadow of
Mont Blanc at kilometer 92.  (file photo: 2005 Dauphine Libere)
photo Copyright © 2005 Pete Geyer/cyclingfans.com

- Tour de France Stage 17 departs Bourg-Saint-Maurice at 12:20 CET (6:20am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at Le Grand-Bornand between 17:00 and 17:33 CET (11:00am and 11:33am U.S. Eastern).  Tour de France live coverage on Versus TV is scheduled to begin at 6:30am U.S. Eastern (6:20am U.S. Eastern for the Versus live streaming).  Live coverage on Eurosport is scheduled to begin at 12:15 CET (6:15am U.S. Eastern).

- For Tour de France via satellite info, MJ Ray has you covered in our cycling via satellite blog here.

- We recommend you open our Twitter feed in a separate window now.  If ever we have a server outage, we will update on Twitter and direct you to a live coverage page on another server.

- Welcome to our live coverage guide for the 2009 Tour de France.

2009 Tour de France LIVE
July 4-26
Official Website
Start List

 Stage 17 start: 12:20 CET

Finish: 17:00-17:33 CET
(5:00pm-5:33pm CET)


Bourg-Saint-Maurice

 Le Grand-Bornand weather


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Français - Italiano
Russian - Swedish
---
Check schedule

 

Live internet radio:

 


Alternative 1
Alternative 2
(English)


  (French)


(French)

 

Live tickers:

 


(English)
Deutsch - Español
Français - Italiano


(more tickers to come)

News and photos:


(cycling news)
Yahoo photo gallery (AP/AFP)


Graham Watson
Photography

 

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