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 October 17: 2018 Tour de France Route Presentation LIVE from Paris.
 October 15: Chrono des Nations
France. Women's and Men's ITTs.
 October 15: Superprestige CX at Zonhoven
Belgium. Women + Men races LIVE.
 October 14: Tacx Pro Classic
Netherlands
 October 14: Brico Cross Cyclocross Polderscross
Kruibeke, Belgium. Women and Men races.
 October 11: Famenne Ardenne Classic
Belgium.  First edition.
 October 10-17: Tour of Taihu Lake
2016 winner: Leonardo Duque
 October 10-15: Tour of Turkey 2016 winner: José Gonçalves
 October 8: DVV Trophy Cyclocross at Ronse
Belgium - Elite Women + Men Races LIVE
 October 8: Paris-Tours 2016 winner: Fernando Gaviria
 October 7: Brico Cross CX Meulebeke
Women's and Men's races live online
 October 7: Il Lombardia
2016 winner: Esteban Chaves
 October 5: Milano-Torino 2016 winner: Miguel Angel Lopez
 October 3: Tre Valli Varesine
2016 winner: Sonny Colbrelli
 October 3: Binche-Chimay-Binche 2016 winner: Arnaud Demare
 October 1: Tour de l'Eurometropole/Circuit Franco Belge
2016 winner: Dylan Groenewegen
 October 1: Superprestige Cyclocross at Gieten
Netherlands. Women's + Men's races LIVE.
 October 1: GP Beghelli
2016 winner: Nicola Ruffoni
 September 30: Soudal Classics Cyclocross GP Neerpelt
Belgium. Men's race streamed live.
 September 30: Giro dell'Emilia
2016 winner: Esteban Chaves
 September 24: UCI Cyclo-Cross World Cup
Waterloo, Wisconsin, U.S.A.
 September 18: 2018 Giro d'Italia Start Route Presentation
Jerusalem
 September 17-24: UCI Road World Championships
Bergen, Norway
 September 17: UCI CX World Cup Jingle Cross
Iowa City, U.S.A.
 September 16: Primus Classic-GP Impanis Van Petegem
2016 winner: Fernando Gaviria
 September 15: Koolskamp Kampioenschap van Vlaanderen 2016 winner: Timothy Dupont
 September 14: Coppa Bernocchi 2016 winner: Giacomo Nizzolo
 September 13: Coppa Agostoni
Italy
 September 13: Grand Prix de Wallonie
2016 winner: Tony Gallopin
 September 12-16: Tour of Denmark
2016 winner: Michael Valgren
 September 10: Brico Cross at Eeklo
CX in Belgium
 September 10: Women's Vuelta Madrid Challenge
2016 winner: Jolien D'Hoore
 August 19-September 10: Vuelta a Espana
2016 winner: Nairo Quintana
 September 10: Grand Prix de Montreal 2016 winner: Greg van Avermaet
 September 8: Grand Prix de Quebec
2016 winner: Peter Sagan
 September 3-10: Tour of Britain 2016 winner: Steve Cummings
 September 3: GP de Fourmies
2016 winner: Marcel Kittel
 September 2: Brussels Cycling Classic
2016 winner: Tom Boonen
 September 1-4: Tour of Alberta
2016 winner: Robin Carpenter
 August 27: Schaal Sels LIVE video here. Official site here.
 August 27: Bretagne Classic-Ouest-France
2016 winner: Oliver Naesen
 August 26: GP de Plouay-Bretagne
UCI Women's WorldTour
 August 18-27: Tour de l'Avenir
2016 winner: David Gaudu
 August 17-20: Ladies Tour of Norway
2016 winner: Lucinda Brand
 August 10-13: Colorado Classic
Inaugural edition
 August 10-13: Arctic Race of Norway
2016 winner: Gianni Moscon
 August 7-13: BinckBank Tour (former Eneco Tour)
2016 winner: Niki Terpstra
 August 5: Documentary: "Les Elles du Vélo"
Women ride for the return of a women's Tour de France
 August 5: Dwars door het Hageland
 
 August 2-6: UEC Road European Championships
Herning, Denmark
 August 4-15: Tour of Portugal
2016 winner: Rui Vinhas
 August 1-5: Vuelta a Burgos
2016 winner: Alberto Contador
 July 31-August 6: Tour of Utah
2016 winner: Lachlan Morton
 July 29-30: Prudential RideLondon Classic
UCI Women's WorldTour + Men's race
 July 29-August 4: Tour de Pologne
2016 winner: Tim Wellens
 July 29: Clasica San Sebastian
2016 winner: Bauke Mollema
 July 25: Profronde van Surhuisterveen.  LIVE video here.  Site here. Post-TDF criterium
 July 22-26: Tour de Wallonie Final 3 stages live only
 June 30-July 22: Women's Tour de France Route Ride They ride day ahead of men's race.
 July 1-23: Tour de France 2016 winner: Chris Froome
 July 2-8: Tour of Austria
2016 winner: Jan Hirt
 June 24-25: USA Cycling National Road Championships Knoxville, Tenn.
 June 21-25: National Road Championships
France, Belgium, Netherlands, etc
 June 21: Halle Ingooigem
Belgium
 June 14-18: Tour de Beauce
2016 winner: Greg Daniel
 June 17-18: UEC BMX European Cup
Sandness, Norway
 June 15-18: Tour of Slovenia
2016 winner: Taaramae
 June 15-18: Route du Sud
2016 winner: Quintana
 June 14-18: Tour de Korea  
 June 10-18: Tour de Suisse
2016 winner: M. Angel Lopez
 June 4-11: Criterium du Dauphiné
2016 winner: Froome
 June 4: UCI Mountain Bike World Cup
Fort William, Scotland
 June 2-4: Hammer Series
Limburg, Netherlands
 June 1-4: Boucles de la Mayenne
France
 May 31-June 4: Tour de Luxembourg
 
 May 5-28: Giro d'Italia 2016 winner: Nibali
 May 28: An Post Ras
Final stage streamed live
 May 28: UCI Mountain Bike World Cup Albstadt, Germany
 May 24-28: Tour of Belgium 2016 winner: Devenyns
 May 21-28: Tour of Japan  
 May 17-21: Euskal Emakumeen Bira.  LIVE video here and here. (11am cet) Official site here.
 May 17-21: Tour of Norway 2016 winner: Weening
 May 14-20: Tour of California
2016 winner: Alaphilippe
 May 14: Profronde van Noord-Holland.  LIVE video here and here. 10:50 cet Official site here.
 May 9-14: Four Days of Dunkirk
2016 winner: Coquard
 May 13-14: UCI BMX Supercross World Cup
Heusden-Zolder, Belgium
 May 1: Eschborn-Frankfurt 2016 winner: Kristoff
 April 30: UCI MTB World Cup
Lourdes, France
 April 28-30: Festival Elsy Jacobs.  LIVE video here and here.  Official site here. Geo-restricted?
 April 30: Rent Liv Løbet Skive.  LIVE video here and here.  Official site here. Denmark
 April 29: Tom Boonen Goodbye Race.  LIVE video here. "Tom Says Thanks"
 April 29: GP Viborg.  LIVE video here and here.  Official site here. Denmark
 April 28-30: Men's Tour de Yorkshire 2016 winner: T. Voeckler
 April 29: Women's Tour de Yorkshire 2016 winner: Kirsten Wild
 April 25-30: Tour de Romandie
2016 winner: Nairo Quintana
 April 23: Liege-Bastogne-Liege 2016 winner: Wouter Poels
 April 22: Little 500
Indiana University
 April 22: Arno Wallaard Memorial
Netherlands
 April 19: La Fleche Wallonne
2016 winners: Valverde, Van der Breggen
 April 18-23: Tour of Croatia 2016 winner: Kvasina
 April 17-21: Tour of the Alps
Formerly Giro del Trentino
 April 17: Tro Bro Leon
2016 winner: Mortensen
 April 16: Amstel Gold Race
2016 winner: Gasparotto
 April 13: GP de Denain Porte du Hainaut/Valenciennes Métropole 2016 winner: McLay
 April 12: De Brabantse Pijl 2016 winner: Vakoc
 April 12-16: UCI Track Cycling World Championships Hong Kong
 April 9: Paris-Roubaix 2016 winner: Hayman
 April 5-9: Healthy Ageing Tour
Netherlands
 April 5: Scheldeprijs 2016 winner: Kittel
 April 3-8: Tour of the Basque Country
2016 winner: Contador
 April 2: Tour of Flanders
2016 winner: Sagan
 April 1: GP Miguel Indurain
 
 April 1: Volta Limburg Classic
2016 winner: Floris Gerts
 March 28-30: Three Days of De Panne
2016 winner: Lieuwe Westra
 March 26: Gent-Wevelgem 2016 winner: Sagan
 March 24: E3 Harelbeke
2016 winner: Kwiatkowski
 March 22: Dwars door Vlaanderen
2016 winner: Debusschere
 March 20-26: Volta a Catalunya
Nairo Quintana
 March 19-26: Cape Epic MTB Stage Race
Western Cape, South Africa
 March 19: Trofeo Binda
UCI Women's WorldTour
 March 18: Milan-San Remo
2016 winner: Arnaud Demare
 March 17: Handzame Classic
 
 March 15: Nokere Koerse-Danilith Classic
Belgium
 March 12: Dorpenomloop Rucphen Netherlands
 March 11: Ronde van Drenthe
Women's + Men's races
 March 8-14: Tirreno-Adriatico 2016 winner: Van Avermaet
 March 5-12: Paris-Nice 2016 winner: Geraint Thomas
 March 5: Dwars door West Vlaanderen
Belgium
 March 5: GP Industria e Artigianato/Larciano Italy
 March 4: Strade Bianche
2016 winner: Cancellara
 March 1: GP Le Samyn
 
 February 26: Women's Omloop van het Hageland
 
 February 26: Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne 2016 winner: Jasper Stuyven
 February 25: Omloop Het Nieuwsblad
2016 winner: Van Avermaet
 February 23-26: Abu Dhabi Tour
2016 winner: Tanel Kangert
 February 19: Internationale CX Sluitingsprijs Oostmalle Belgium
 February 18: Soudal Classics Cyclocross at Leuven Belgium, Women + Men races
 February 15-19: Volta ao Algarve
2016 winner: Geraint Thomas
 February 15-19: Vuelta a Andalucia/Ruta del Sol
2016 winner: Valverde
 February 12: Cycling South Africa Road National Championships
Elite Men Race
 February 12: Brico Cross Vestingcross at Hulst
Netherlands
 February 11: Vuelta a Murcia
Spain
 February 11: Superprestige Cyclocross Noordzeecross at Middelkerke Belgium, Women and Men
 February 1-5: Etoile de Besseges
Final stage only is live
 February 5: Superprestige Cyclocross Hoogstraten
Women + Men races live
 February 4: DVV Trophy CX Krawatencross Lille
Belgium, women + men races
 February 1-5: Jayco Herald Sun Tour
Limited live video for some stages
 February 1-5: Volta a la Comunitat Valenciana/Tour of Valencia 2016 winner: Wouter Poels
 February 1: Brico Cross-Parkcross Maldegem
Belgium
 January 31-February 4: Dubai Tour
2016 winner: Marcel Kittel
 January 28-29: UCI Cyclocross World Championships Bieles, Luxembourg
 January 28-29: Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race
Australia, Women + Men
 January 23-29: Vuelta a San Juan
Argentina
 January 22: UCI Cyclocross World Cup Hoogerheide
Netherlands, Women + Men
 January 21: Kasteelcross CX Zonnebeke Belgium
 January 17-22: Tour Down Under 2016 winner: Simon Gerrans
 January 15: Tour Down Under People's Choice Classic
 
 January 15: UCI Cyclocross World Cup at Fiuggi
Italy, Women and Men races
 January 9: Internationale Betafence Cyclocross at Otegem
Belgium
 January 8: Cycling Australia Road National Championships Saturday night in the Americas
 January 8: USA Cycling Cyclocross National Championships Hartford, CT
 January 7-8: Cyclocross National Championships
France, Belgium and more
 January 6-8: Cycling New Zealand Road National Championships Elite/U23 Women and Men
 January 4: Internationale Centrumcross Surhuisterveen Netherlands
 January 1-3: Mitchelton Bay Cycling Classic
Australia
 January 1: DVV Trophy CX/GP Sven Nys at Baal
 
 December 30: Brico Cross CX at Bredene
 
 December 29: DVV Trophy Cyclocross Azencross at Loenhout  
 December 26: UCI Cyclocross World Cup at Heusden-Zolder Belgium, Women + Men races
 December 23: Superprestige Cyclocross at Diegem
Belgium, Women and Men
 December 18: UCI Cyclocross World Cup at Namur
Belgium, Women and Men
 December 17: Scheldecross Cyclocross at Antwerp
Belgium, Women + Men races
 December 11: Coupe de France Cyclocross Finale Nommay
U23, Elite Women, Elite Men
 December 11: Druivencross CX at Overijse
Belgium
 December 10: DVV Trophy Cyclocross at Essen
Belgium
 December 6-11: Six Days of Amsterdam Track Cycling
Netherlands
 December 4: Cyclocross Zilvermeercross at Mol
 
 December 3: Revolution Series Champions League Track London
 December 3: Hansgrohe Superprestige CX at Spa-Francorchamps
Women's + Men's races live
 November 27: DVV Trophy CX Flandriencross Hamme
Belgium
 November 26: Revolution Series Champions League Track
Manchester, England
 November 26: UCI Cyclocross World Cup Zeven Germany
 November 20: Six Days of Gent
Final day only is live
 November 20: UCI Cyclocross World Cup Koksijde
Belgium
 November 19: Soudal Classics Cyclocross Hasselt
Belgium
 November 13: Superprestige Cyclocross Gavere Belgium
 November 11-13: UCI Track Cycling World Cup Apeldoorn, Netherlands
 November 11: Soudal Classics Cyclocross Jaarmarktcross Niel, Belgium
 November 5-12: Tour of Taihu Lake
China
 November 6: Superprestige Cyclocross Ruddervoorde
 
 November 4-6: UCI Track Cycling World Cup
Glasgow, Scotland
 November 5: Soudal Classics Cyclocross Waaslandcross  
 November 1: DVV Trophy CX Koppenbergcross Oudenaarde
 
 October 30: Cyclocross European Championships
 
 October 29: Saitama Criterium
2015 winner: John Degenkolb
 October 25-30: Six Day London Track Cycling
 
 October 25: 2017 Giro d'Italia Route Presentation
 
 October 23: Chrono des Nations
Women's and Men's TTs
 October 23: Telenet UCI Cyclocross World Cup Valkenburg Women's + Men's races
 October 22-30: Tour of Hainan
China, Hainan Island
 October 22: Cyclocross: Niels Albert CX
Belgium
 October 19-23: Track Cycling European Championships
Paris
 October 20-23: Abu Dhabi Tour
2015 winner: Esteban Chaves
 October 18: 2017 Tour de France Route Presentation
Palais des Congres, Paris
 October 16: Superprestige Cyclocross at Zonhoven
Belgium
 October 15: Cyclocross: Brico Cross Kruibeke Belgium
 October 11: Sluitingsprijs-Putte-Kapellen.  LIVE video here and here. Official site here.
 October 9-16: UCI Road World Championships
Doha, Qatar
 October 9: Paris-Tours 2015 winner: Matteo Trentin
 October 8: Revolution Series Track Cycling
Glasgow
 October 8-9: Cyclocross: Brico Cross Meulebeke + DVV Trophy Ronse
Belgium
 October 4: Binche-Chimay-Binche 2015 winner: Ramon Sinkledam
 October 2: Superprestige Cyclocross Gieten
 
 October 2: Tour de l'Eurometropole
2015 winner: Alexis Gougeard
 October 2: Tour de Vendee 2015 winner: Christophe Laporte
 October 1: Il Lombardia
2015 winner: Vincenzo Nibali
 September 28: Milano-Torino 2015 winner: Diego Rosa
 September 27: Tre Valli Varesine
2015 winner: Vincenzo Nibali
 September 24: Telenet UCI CX World Cup Iowa City (Jingle Cross) Women's + Men's races
 September 21: Telenet UCI CX World Cup Las Vegas (CrossVegas)
Women's + Men's races
 September 19-25: Eneco Tour
2015 winner: Tim Wellens
 September 17-18: European Road Championships
Plumelec, France
 September 17: Primus Classic GP Impanis-Van Petegem 2015 winner: Sean De Bie
 September 14: Grand Prix de Wallonie
2015 winner: Jens Debusschere
 September 11: Women's La Course des Demois'Elle
2015 winner: Bérengère Staelens
 September 11: Cyclocross Brico Cross Geraardsbergen
 September 11: Grand Prix Cycliste de Montreal 2015 winner: Tim Wellens
 September 11: Thompson Bucks County Classic
 
 September 10: Reading 120
 
 September 9 and 11: UCI MTB World Championships 4X and Downhill Val di Sole, Italy
 September 9: Grand Prix Cycliste de Quebec
2015 winner: Rigoberto Uran
 September 4-11: Tour of Britain 2015 winner: Boasson Hagen
 August 20-September 11: Vuelta a Espana
2015 winner: Fabio Aru
 July 2-24: Tour de France 2015 winner: Chris Froome
 January 9-10: Cyclocross National Championships France, Belgium, Italy, etc.

 More events/races below...

Live race coverage

Tour de Cycling - Wednesday

- Coming Friday:  a first look at Vuelta a Espana live coverage...


Might Floyd Landis join Lance Armstrong's new Team RadioShack?
"I wouldn't rule anything out," Armstrong said.  (Bloomberg)
Landis rode with Armstrong at USPS from 2002-2004.  He won the
2006 Tour de France but was stripped of the title after failing anti-doping tests.
photo Copyright © 2004 Pete Geyer/www.cyclingfans.com

- On today:  Tour du Poitou-Charentes.  There will be LIVE video on France3.fr starting at 16:00 CET (10am U.S. Eastern), apparently only for the finish.

Eneco Tour LIVE - Stage 7

Tyler Farrar:  This season and five years ago
photos by Pete Geyer and Fotoreporter Sirotti


Flashback: 2008 Paris-Roubaix:  American Tyler Farrar (Slipstream-Chipotle) before the "Hell of the North".
We should see a lot of Farrar in the spring classics for years to come.  2009 has been a breakout season for Farrar.
photo Copyright © 2009 Pete Geyer/www.cyclingfans.com


2009 Tirreno-Adriatico, Stage 3:  In March, Farrar (Garmin-Slipstream) earned what at the time was the biggest win of his career, beating Mark Cavendish, Enrico Rossi, Tom Boonen, Robbie McEwen, Stuart O'Grady, Robert Hunter, Luca Paolini, Thor Hushovd and Alessandro Petacchi.
photo Copyright © 2009 Fotoreporter Sirotti for cyclingfans.com


2009 Vattenfall Cyclassics:  In Hamburg earlier this month Farrar gets another career best.
photo Copyright © 2009 Fotoreporter Sirotti for cyclingfans.com


Flashback: 2004 Grand Prix des Nations:  Farrar, 20, riding for Team U.S.A., signs in along the Seine river in Elbeuf-sur-Seine, before riding in the U23 time trial (27km).  Farrar was part of an exciting class of young U.S. riders that included Saul Raisin whose promising pro career was ended by a serious injury less than two years later.
photo Copyright © 2009 Pete Geyer/www.cyclingfans.com


2004 Grand Prix des Nations:  Farrar in action.  This was the last edition of the GP des Nations with the introduction of the ProTour the following year.
photo Copyright © 2004 Pete Geyer/www.cyclingfans.com


2004 Grand Prix des Nations:  Farrar would cross the line 3 seconds after the time shown at left above.
The time at upper right is the then best time of Peter Mazur (Polish National Team).
Only Dominique Cornu (Belgian National Team) would do better.  Farrar finished a fine 5th.
photo Copyright © 2009 Pete Geyer/www.cyclingfans.com

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Eneco Tour Stage 7 Time Trial Start Order and Times

 

- Watch Eneco Tour Stage 7 highlights video here.  (01:17)

- Eneco Tour LIVE and free on Cycling TV.  Link at right.

- Also on today:  Tour du Poitou-Charentes (Vaugrenard, Le Mevel, Pineau, Sorensen, Haddou, Hushovd, Haussler, Roche, Dessel, Casper, Engoulvent, Champion, ...)  There will be LIVE video on France3.fr starting at 16:00 CET (10am U.S. Eastern), apparently only for the finish.

- Tyler Farrar (Garmin-Slipstream), second overall, has departed the Eneco Tour in order to prepare for the Vuelta a Espana and will not start today's final stage time trial.  Bigger and better things ahead no doubt for the rising American star...

- Today's Eneco Tour Stage 7 13.1km Time Trial begins at 12:35 CET (6:35am U.S. Eastern) when the first rider, Bobbie Traksel, departs.  Race leader Edvald Boasson Hagen will depart last.  Full start order and times 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 Eneco Tour.

2009 Eneco Tour LIVE
The Netherlands and Belgium
August 18-25
Official Website
(Google-translated to English)
Start List

 Stage 7 start: 12:35 CET
(--)


Amersfoort

Amersfoort weather


Live video streaming:

 


  (14:30 CET (8:30am U.S. Eastern))


(RTBF, Europe only)
(14:30 CET (8:30am U.S. Eastern))
 


(Sporza, geo-restricted)
(14:30 CET (8:30am U.S. Eastern))

SportItalia
(--)
(May be delayed coverage)


(more video links to come if available)

 

Live audio streaming:

 

(--)

 

Live tickers:

 

sport.be
(google-translated)

sport.be


(more tickers to come if available)

 

News and photos:


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

 

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Eneco Tour LIVE - Stage 6

 

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- Watch Eneco Tour Stage 6 final kilometer video here.  (04:52)

- Eneco Tour LIVE video now on Cycling TV.  This coverage remains free.  Link at right.

- Today's Eneco Tour Stage 6 begins at 12:15 CET (6:15am U.S. Eastern) and is expected to finish between 16:01 CET and 16:25 CET (10:01am and 10:25am U.S. Eastern).

- 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 Eneco Tour.

2009 Eneco Tour LIVE
The Netherlands and Belgium
August 18-25
Official Website
(Google-translated to English)
Start List

 Stage 6 start: 12:15 CET
(--)
Finish: 16:01 to 16:25 CET
(4:01pm to 4:25pm CET)


Genk

Roermond weather


Live video streaming:

 


  (14:30 CET (8:30am U.S. Eastern))


(RTBF, Europe only)
(14:30 CET (8:30am U.S. Eastern))
 


(Sporza, geo-restricted)
(14:30 CET (8:30am U.S. Eastern))

SportItalia
(--)
(May be delayed coverage)


(more video links to come if available)

 

Live audio streaming:

 

(--)

 

Live tickers:

 

sport.be
(google-translated)

sport.be


(more tickers to come if available)

 

News and photos:


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

 

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Tour of Ireland Video and Television Coverage

 

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Tour of Ireland LIVE Tracking


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- Video: Tour of Ireland Stage 3 - St Patricks Hill last lap (Part 1) - amateur video (03:04)

- Video: Tour of Ireland Stage 3 - St Patricks Hill last lap (Part 2) - amateur video (00:54)

- Video: "TOUR OF IRELAND 2009 Lord of the Lance" - amateur video (04:48)

- Video: Tour of Ireland Stage 2 highlights  (03:25)

- Tour of Ireland Stage 3 video streaming has ended.

- ON NOW:  Tour of Ireland Stage 3 video streaming on itv 4.

- Video: Tour of Ireland Stage 1 highlights  (02:56)

- Video: Tour of Ireland Stage 1 - Livestrong (05:02)

- Video: "Tour of Ireland 2009 Waterford" - Stage 1 amateur video with music (04:25)

- Below are listed some of the Tour of Ireland broadcast times Friday through Sunday.  We expect there to be some video streaming, though geo-restrictions may apply.  We will monitor at the given broadcast times, all local, and list any available internet feeds.

2009 Tour of Ireland Broadcast Times (times shown are local)
(subject to change)


Ireland

UK

U.S.A.

Europe
Friday: 7:30pm
Saturday: 7:00pm
Sunday: 8:05pm
Friday: 7:00pm
Saturday: 8:00pm
Sunday: 7:00pm
Friday: 6:00pm
Saturday: 5:00pm
Sunday: 4:00pm
 

Dublin

 

London

 

New York

 

Paris

 
Notes:  RTE video feeds are geo-restricted, apparently Ireland only:  Feed 1, Feed 2 Notes: Notes: Notes:

 

- Tour of Ireland Stage 2 video streaming has ended.

- ON NOW:  Tour of Ireland Stage 2 video streaming on itv 4.

- Tour of Ireland Stage 1 coverage on itv 4 has ended.

- ON NOW:  Tour of Ireland video streaming on itv 4.  (Bernie S.)

Update:  As with the Tour de France, there is a Tour of Ireland app for iPhone.  Stay tuned for Tour of Ireland television broadcast times...

The Tour of Ireland starts today and runs through Sunday.  Today's Stage 1 is scheduled to depart the Ritz-Carlton Powerscourt at 10am local time (11:00 CET or 5am U.S. Eastern) and arrive at Merchants Quay, Waterford at around 2:28pm local (15:28 CET or 9:28am U.S. Eastern).

There will be delayed same-day Tour of Ireland television coverage on a number of TV stations around the world including RTE (Ireland), itv Sport (UK), Versus (U.S.), and Eurosport.  We will post broadcast times by mid-day U.S. time.  Though organizers wanted to provide live video streaming this year, they didn't have the budget for online rights acquisition.  There may, however, be streams available for the delayed broadcasts.  If so, we will list them here.  We also expect to have some form of Tour of Ireland live tracking.  We will also list any race video clips we can find.  Official Website - Start List (.pdf)

Tour of Ireland LIVE - Stage 3

Tour of Ireland LIVE Tracking


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Tour of Ireland LIVE Tracker

 

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- Tour of Ireland race tracking has ended.

- Welcome to the Tour of Ireland LIVE Tracker.  Updates are made automatically in the "Live Commentary" window below but may be limited at times due to terrain.  Sunday's Tour of Ireland Stage 3 departs Bantry at 10:25am local time (5:25am U.S. Eastern) and is expected in Cork at around 2:33pm local (9:33am U.S. Eastern).

Eneco Tour LIVE - Stage 5


2009 Trofeo Melinda:  Giovanni Visconti (ISD) won yesterday in Italy
ahead of Stefano Garzelli (Acqua & Sapone - Caffe Mokambo).
photo Copyright © 2009 Fotoreporter Sirotti for cyclingfans.com


2009 Trofeo Melinda:  Riders, including two with Amore & Vita - McDonald's, await the race start.
photo Copyright © 2009 Fotoreporter Sirotti for cyclingfans.com


2009 Trofeo Melinda:  The peloton climbs through a town center.
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2009 Trofeo Melinda:  Wow.
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2009 Trofeo Melinda:  A race official indicates how many laps remain: 2.
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2009 Trofeo Melinda:  Garzelli (second), Visconti (first) and
Miguel Angel Rubiano (third, Centri della Calzatura) on the podium.
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2009 Trofeo Melinda:  Visconti and podium mates celebrate with champagne.
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- Watch Eneco Tour Stage 5 final kilometer video here.  (01:13)

- GP Ouest-France Plouay LIVE now worldwide on France3.fr, Laurent Jalabert and Thierry Adam commentating.  (Bernie S. in the UK and Laurent G. in France).

- Lance Armstrong (and about half the peloton) has abandoned the Tour of Ireland in the rain.  Click graphic below for the latest updates via the Tour Tracker.

- Eneco Tour LIVE video streaming and still free on Cycling TV.  Link at right.

Tour of Ireland LIVE Tracking


Click graphic to open Tour Tracker in a separate window

- Tour of Ireland:  Stage 3 begins at 10:25am local time (5:25am U.S. Eastern) and is expected to finish at around 2:33pm local (9:33am U.S. Eastern).

- Today is the GP Ouest-France Plouay race in western France.  There will be live streaming video, geo-restrictions unknown.  Coverage is scheduled to begin at 15:25 CET (9:25am U.S. Eastern).  More here before live coverage begins.  Official Website - Start List

- Today's Eneco Tour Stage 5 begins at 11:30 CET (5:30am U.S. Eastern) and is expected to finish between 16:22 CET and 16:50 CET (10:22am and 10:50am U.S. Eastern).

- 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 Eneco Tour.

2009 Eneco Tour LIVE
The Netherlands and Belgium
August 18-25
Official Website
(Google-translated to English)
Start List

 Stage 5 start: 11:30 CET
(--)
Finish: 16:22 to 16:50 CET
(4:22pm to 4:50pm CET)


Roermond



Live video streaming:

 


  (14:30 CET (8:30am U.S. Eastern))


(RTBF, Europe only)
(14:30 CET (8:30am U.S. Eastern))
 


(Sporza, geo-restricted)
(14:30 CET (8:30am U.S. Eastern))

SportItalia
(15:00 CET (9:00am U.S. Eastern))
(May be delayed coverage)


(more video links to come if available)

 

Live audio streaming:

 

(--)

 

Live tickers:

 

sport.be
(google-translated)

sport.be


(more tickers to come if available)

 

News and photos:


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

 

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Eneco Tour LIVE - Stage 4


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- Watch Eneco Tour Stage 4 final km video here. (02:47)

- Tour of Ireland LIVE tracking here.

- Eneco Tour LIVE video streaming now on Cycling TV.  Link at right.

- Tour of Ireland:  Stage 2 begins at 10am local time (5am U.S. Eastern) and is expected to finish at around 2:27pm local (9:27am U.S. Eastern).  For Stage 1 video highlights and Stage 2 TV broadcast times (and possible online streaming) click here.

- Today's Eneco Tour Stage 4 begins at 11:05 CET (5:05am U.S. Eastern) and is expected to finish between 16:21 CET and 16:48 CET (10:21am and 10:48am U.S. Eastern). 

- 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 Eneco Tour.

2009 Eneco Tour LIVE
The Netherlands and Belgium
August 18-25
Official Website
(Google-translated to English)
Start List

 Stage 4 start: 11:05 CET
(--)
Finish: 16:21 to 16:48 CET
(4:21pm to 4:48pm CET)


Hasselt

 Neufchateau weather

 


Live video streaming:

 


  (14:30 CET (8:30am U.S. Eastern))


(RTBF, Europe only)
(14:30 CET (8:30am U.S. Eastern))
 


(Sporza, geo-restricted)
(14:30 CET (8:30am U.S. Eastern))

SportItalia
(15:00 CET (9:00am U.S. Eastern))
(May be delayed coverage)


(more video links to come if available)

 

Live audio streaming:

 

(--)

 

Live tickers:

 

sport.be
(google-translated)

sport.be


(more tickers to come if available)

 

News and photos:


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

 

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Eneco Tour LIVE - Stage 3


2009 Coppa Bernocchi:  Luca Paolini (Acqua & Sapone - Caffe Mokambo), far left, wins
ahead of Danilo Hondo (PSK Whirlpool-Author), middle, and Enrico Gasparotto (Lampre-N.G.C.), far right.
Steven Cummings (Barloworld), second from left, finished 4th.
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2009 Coppa Bernocchi:  Paolini celebrates his victory.
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2009 Coppa Bernocchi:  Paolini and podium girls.
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2009 Coppa Bernocchi:  Hondo, Paolini and Gasparotto on the podium.
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2009 Coppa Bernocchi:  Mauro Santambrogio (Lampre-N.G.C.) won the Trittico Lombardo
thanks to his victory in the Tre Valli Varesine and second place in the Coppa Agostoni.
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- Watch Eneco Tour Stage 3 final kilometer video here.  (04:00)

- Eneco Tour LIVE video streaming on Cycling TV.  Link at right.

- Today's Eneco Tour Stage 3 begins at 12:20 CET (6:20am U.S. Eastern) and is expected to finish between 16:06 CET and 16:27 CET (10:06am and 10:27am U.S. Eastern).

Tour du Limousin LIVE
France, August 18-21
Official Website
Start List

Live video streaming:


(France3.fr)
(16:10 CET (10:10am U.S. Eastern))

 

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2009 Eneco Tour LIVE
The Netherlands and Belgium
August 18-25
Official Website
(Google-translated to English)
Start List

 Stage 3 start: 12:20 CET
(--)
Finish: 16:06 to 16:27 CET
(4:06pm to 4:27pm CET)


Niel

 Hasselt weather

 


Live video streaming:

 


  (14:30 CET (8:30am U.S. Eastern))


(RTBF, Europe only)
(14:30 CET (8:30am U.S. Eastern))
 


(Sporza, geo-restricted)
(14:30 CET (8:30am U.S. Eastern))

SportItalia
(14:30 CET (8:30am U.S. Eastern))
(May be delayed coverage)


(more video links to come if available)

 

Live audio streaming:

 

(--)

 

Live tickers:

 

sport.be
(google-translated)

sport.be


(more tickers to come if available)

 

News and photos:


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

 

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Oslo Grand Prix Videos and Photos


2009 Oslo Grand Prix Official Poster

2009 Oslo Grand Prix Videos and Photos

Oslo Grand Prix and Lecture Videos

Armstrong: "Good to be in Oslo" (0:25) TV2
Lance arrives in Oslo (02:18) TV2
Lance Pre-race (0:46) TV2
"To tell my story has been the most important decision in my life" (05:24) TV2
"Nobody would have me" (04:02) TV2
Armstrong wins 1993 World Championships  

 

Oslo Grand Prix Photos


2009 Oslo Grand Prix:  Lance Armstrong (Livestrong)
takes the microphone.  More photos
photo Copyright © 2009 Trygve Tømta

- Lance Armstrong in Oslo videos:   Armstrong interviews/Hushovd victory at the 2009 Oslo Grand Prix.  A Google-translated article here also has above interview videos embedded in story with photo from 1993 World Championships.  Some videos require Microsoft Silverlight plug-in.

- The Oslo Grand Prix has ended.  Video clips to come...

Update:  Oslo Grand Prix LIVE now.  Links below.

The Oslo Grand Prix is this evening and riders expected on the start line include 7-time Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong, Thor Hushovd, Kurt Asle Arvesen and Edvald Boasson Hagen.

Run on a 1km long circuit in the Oslo city center, the race is scheduled to begin at 19:15 CET (1:15pm U.S. Eastern) and will run for 90 minutes.

Lance Armstrong became World Champion in Oslo in 1993.

Armstrong will be giving a lecture tomorrow on cancer awareness.

More info and links as race time approaches...

Note:  Some feeds will alternate between the Oslo Grand Prix and track and field worlds.

Update:  Oslo Grand Prix LIVE here.  Also LIVE here.  Possibly LIVE here too.  More links to come if available...

Big thanks to Trygve of Norway for tipping us off about the race coverage.

 

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