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Event Notes
 August 19-September 10: Vuelta a Espana
2016 winner: Nairo Quintana
 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 Suisse LIVE - Stage 6

Friday's Tour de Suisse Stage 7 Profile

2009 Tour de Suisse:  Michael Albasini (Team Columbia-Highroad) wins Stage 5 ahead of
Fabian Cancellara (Team Saxo Bank) and Damiano Cunego (Lampre).
photo Copyright © 2009 Fotoreporter Sirotti for cyclingfans.com

2009 Tour de Suisse:  Michael Albasini on the Stage 5 victory podium.
photo Copyright © 2009 Fotoreporter Sirotti for cyclingfans.com

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- Friday's Tour de Suisse Stage 7 departs Bad Zurzach at 13:07 CET (7:07am U.S. Eastern) and is expected in Vallorbe/Juraparc between 17:56 and 18:28 CET (11:56am and 12:28pm U.S. Eastern).  Tour de Suisse live video streaming on Cycling TV is scheduled to begin at 17:00 CET (11am U.S. Eastern).  Tour de Suisse live coverage on Sporza is scheduled to begin at 17:00 CET (11am U.S. Eastern).  We will list other sources of Tour de Suisse live feeds as they become available.

- Tour de Suisse LIVE on Cycling TV.

- Tour de Suisse LIVE on RTL.

- Tour de Suisse LIVE now on SportItalia.  Links at right.

 

Gusev back after winning case before CAS


2006 Paris-Nice: Vladimir Gusev (Discovery Channel)
in action during the prologue.
Copyright © 2006 Pete Geyer/www.cyclingfans.com

- Former Discovery Channel and Astana rider Vladimir Gusev (photo) of Russia can race again after getting a rare victory before the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), according to cyclingnews.  Gusev was fired by Astana last July after a team internal doping test conducted by anti-doping expert Rasmus Damsgaard suggested irregular blood values.  It looks like Damsgaard blew the interpretation of the values because CAS says the team was wrong to fire Gusev and have instructed Astana to pay him back salary, legal costs and damages.  Gusev was singled out in a 2008 book by Daniel Mangeas, longtime speaker of the Tour de France, as being one of the classier riders in the peloton.  Now all he has to do is find a  team...  -Pete

- Tour de Suisse Stage 6 departs Oberriet at 13:37 CET (7:37am U.S. Eastern) and is expected in Bad Zurzach between 17:58 and 18:23 CET (11:58am and 12:23pm U.S. Eastern).  Tour de Suisse live video streaming on Cycling TV is scheduled to begin at 17:00 CET (11am U.S. Eastern).  Tour de Suisse live coverage on Sporza is scheduled to begin at 17:00 CET (11am U.S. Eastern).  We will list other sources of Tour de Suisse live feeds as they become available.

- 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 Suisse.

2009 Tour de Suisse LIVE
Switzerland, June 13-21
Official Website (French)
(Google-translated to English)
Start List (.pdf)

 Stage 6 start: 13:37 CET
(1:37pm CET)

Finish: 17:58 to 18:23 CET
(5:58pm to 6:23pm CET)


Oberriet

Oberriet weather


Live video streaming:


(17:00 CET (11:00am U.S. Eastern))
(North America)

SportItalia
 

RTL

 


(17:00 CET (11:00am U.S. Eastern))
(Geo-restrictions unknown)

Sport+
(17:15 CET (11:15am U.S. Eastern))
 

ETB 1
 

(more links to come)

 

(more video links to come if available)

 

Live audio streaming:

(--)

 

Live tickers:

Official site live ticker (French)
(Google-translated to English)

sportal.ch
(German)

cnlab live
(Live profile, webcam,
Radio Tour data)

(more tickers to come if available)

News and photos:


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


Graham Watson
Photography

 

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Tour de Suisse LIVE - Stage 5

2009 Tour de Suisse:  Tom Danielson (Garmin-Slipstream) climbs the Passo del San Gottardo
with the peloton during yesterday's Stage 4.  Danielson is currently in 39th place overall at 01:11
going into today's big mountain stage.  As with last week's Dauphine Libere, teams will use the
Tour de Suisse to help select riders for next month's Tour de France.
Will Danielson finally get that first TDF start?
photo Copyright © 2009 Fotoreporter Sirotti for cyclingfans.com

2009 Tour de Suisse:  Matti Breschel (Team Saxo Bank), right, edges
Maxim Iglinskiy (Astana) for the win in Stage 4.
photo Copyright © 2009 Fotoreporter Sirotti for cyclingfans.com

2009 Tour de Suisse:  Tadej Valjavec (AG2R La Mondiale) is the new race leader.
He leads Andy Schleck (Team Saxo Bank) by just 2 seconds.  He is being kissed on the podium
by former Miss Switzerland Christa Rigozzi, left, and former Miss Switzerland Amanda Amman.
photo Copyright © 2009 Fotoreporter Sirotti for cyclingfans.com

2009 Tour de Suisse:  The peloton winds its way up the Passo del San Gottardo (Gotthard Pass) during Stage 4.
photo Copyright © 2009 Fotoreporter Sirotti for cyclingfans.com

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- Thursday's Tour de Suisse Stage 6 departs Oberriet at 13:37 CET (7:37am U.S. Eastern) and is expected in Bad Zurzach between 17:58 and 18:23 CET (11:58am and 12:23pm U.S. Eastern).  Tour de Suisse live video streaming on Cycling TV is scheduled to begin at 17:00 CET (11am U.S. Eastern).  Tour de Suisse live coverage on Sporza is scheduled to begin at 17:00 CET (11am U.S. Eastern).  We will list other sources of Tour de Suisse live feeds as they become available.

- Tour de Suisse LIVE video streaming on RTL.

- Tour de Suisse LIVE on Cycling TV.  Link at right.

- Tour de Suisse LIVE on SportItalia.  Link at right.

"American Flyers": Drawings by Steve Dennis

- Artist and cycling fan Steve Dennis of Chicago turned to the Kevin Costner film, "American Flyers", for inspiration for his latest cycling drawings.  "It's a cycling movie with some great scenery and some great riding footage, including stock footage of the actual 'Hell of the West'."  The above drawing is already sold but you can check out more of Steve's excellent work at his Velopaint blog.  Thanks, Steve!


 

Tour de Suisse Stage 5 Profile

- Tour de Suisse Stage 5 departs Stafa at 12:37 CET (6:37am U.S. Eastern) and is expected in Serfaus between 17:55 and 18:29 CET (11:55am and 12:29pm U.S. Eastern).  Tour de Suisse live video streaming on Cycling TV is scheduled to begin at 17:00 CET (11am U.S. Eastern).  Tour de Suisse live coverage on Sporza is scheduled to begin at 17:00 CET (11am U.S. Eastern).  We will list other sources of Tour de Suisse live feeds as they become available.

- 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 Suisse.

2009 Tour de Suisse LIVE
Switzerland, June 13-21
Official Website (French)
(Google-translated to English)
Start List (.pdf)

 Stage 5 start: 12:37 CET

Finish: 17:55 to 18:29 CET
(5:55pm to 6:29pm CET)


Stafa

Stafa weather


Live video streaming:


(17:00 CET (11:00am U.S. Eastern))
(North America)

SportItalia
 

RTL

 


(17:00 CET (11:00am U.S. Eastern))
(Geo-restrictions unknown)

Sport+
(17:15 CET (11:15am U.S. Eastern))
 

ETB 1
 

(more links to come)

 

(more video links to come if available)

 

Live audio streaming:

(--)

 

Live tickers:

Official site live ticker (French)
(Google-translated to English)

sportal.ch
(German)

cnlab live
(Live profile, webcam,
Radio Tour data)

(more tickers to come if available)

News and photos:


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


Graham Watson
Photography

 

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Tour de Suisse LIVE - Stage 4

 Wednesday's Tour de Suisse Stage 5 Profile

 

2009 Tour de Suisse:  Mark Cavendish (Team Columbia-Highroad) gets a congratulatory hug
from teammate Bernhard Eisel after his Stage 3 win.  Eisel won Stage 2.
photo Copyright © 2009 Fotoreporter Sirotti for cyclingfans.com

2009 Tour de Suisse:  Race leader Fabian Cancellara (Team Saxo Bank) and podium girls after Stage 3.
photo Copyright © 2009 Fotoreporter Sirotti for cyclingfans.com

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

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- Wednesday's Tour de Suisse Stage 5 departs Stafa at 12:37 CET (6:37am U.S. Eastern) and is expected in Serfaus between 17:55 and 18:29 CET (11:55am and 12:29pm U.S. Eastern).  Tour de Suisse live video streaming on Cycling TV is scheduled to begin at 17:00 CET (11am U.S. Eastern).  Tour de Suisse live coverage on Sporza is scheduled to begin at 17:00 CET (11am U.S. Eastern).  We will list other sources of Tour de Suisse live feeds as they become available.

- Tour de Suisse LIVE on SportItalia.  Links at right.

- Tour de Suisse LIVE on RTL.  Buffering.  Link at right.

- Laurent Fignon, 20 years after great '89 TDF battle, battles for his life.  (Fignon's battle with LeMond 20 years ago, his battle with cancer today, his new book (to be published tomorrow) and an online video of his appearance on French TV Sunday hereUpdate: Second video interview with Fignon added, includes some footage of Fignon's victories as well as his loss to LeMond in 1989.)

 

Tour de Suisse Stage 4 Profile

- Tour de Suisse Stage 4 departs Biasca at 12:48 CET (6:48am U.S. Eastern) and is expected in Stafa between 17:54 and 18:27 CET (11:54am and 12:27pm U.S. Eastern).  Tour de Suisse live video streaming on Cycling TV is scheduled to begin at 17:00 CET (11am U.S. Eastern).  Tour de Suisse live coverage on Sporza is scheduled to begin at 16:00 CET (10am U.S. Eastern).  We will list other sources of Tour de Suisse live feeds as they become available.

- 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 Suisse.

2009 Tour de Suisse LIVE
Switzerland, June 13-21
Official Website (French)
(Google-translated to English)
Start List (.pdf)

 Stage 4 start: 12:48 CET

Finish: 17:54 to 18:27 CET
(5:54pm to 6:27pm CET)


Biasca

Stafa weather


Live video streaming:


SportItalia
(SportItalia is tape delayed)

RTL

 


(16:00 CET (10:00am U.S. Eastern))
(Geo-restrictions unknown)

Sport+
(17:15 CET (11:15am U.S. Eastern))
 

ETB 1
 

(more links to come)

 

(more video links to come if available)

 

Live audio streaming:

(--)

 

Live tickers:

Official site live ticker (French)
(Google-translated to English)

sportal.ch
(German)

cnlab live
(Live profile, webcam,
Radio Tour data)

(more tickers to come if available)

News and photos:


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


Graham Watson
Photography

 

Copyright © 2009 www.cyclingfans.com

 

Tour de Suisse LIVE - Stage 3

2009 Tour de Suisse:  Bernhard Eisel (Team Columbia-Highroad) wins Stage 2.
photo Copyright © 2009 Fotoreporter Sirotti for cyclingfans.com

2009 Tour de Suisse, Stage 2:  Fabian Cancellara (Team Saxo Bank) remains overall race leader.
photo Copyright © 2009 Fotoreporter Sirotti for cyclingfans.com

2009 Tour de Suisse:  The peloton during Stage 2.
photo Copyright © 2009 Fotoreporter Sirotti for cyclingfans.com

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

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- Stage has ended but tape delayed coverage on SportItalia is playing.  Link at right.

- On now:  Tour de Suisse video streaming on SportItaliaNote that this coverage is tape delayed.  Link at right.

- Tour de Suisse LIVE coverage - pre-race - on RTL.  Heavy buffering.

- Tour de Suisse LIVE now on Cycling TV.  Link at right.

cnlab live

- While we're waiting for Tour de Suisse live video, the cnlab live cycling application has a dynamic profile and in-car webcam.  Link is in our Live tickers section at right.

- Coming later today: Dauphine Libere wrap-up, Laurent Fignon, and more cycling art.

- Tour de Suisse Stage 3 departs Davos at 13:12 CET (7:12am U.S. Eastern) and is expected in Lumino between 17:56 and 18:28 CET (11:56am and 12:28pm U.S. Eastern).  Tour de Suisse live video streaming on Cycling TV is scheduled to begin at 17:00 CET (11am U.S. Eastern).  Tour de Suisse live coverage on Sporza is also scheduled to begin at 17:00 CET (11am U.S. Eastern).  We will list other sources of Tour de Suisse live feeds as they become available.

- 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 Suisse.

2009 Tour de Suisse LIVE
Switzerland, June 13-21
Official Website (French)
(Google-translated to English)
Start List (.pdf)

 Stage 3 start: 13:12 CET
(1:12pm CET)

Finish: 17:56 to 18:28 CET
(5:56pm to 6:28pm CET)


Davos

Lumino weather


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(17:00 CET (11:00am U.S. Eastern))
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Tour de Suisse LIVE video streaming - Stage 2

2009 Tour de Suisse:  Fabian Cancellara (Team Saxo Bank) won the Stage 1 Time Trial.
photo Copyright © 2009 Fotoreporter Sirotti for cyclingfans.com

2009 Tour de Suisse:  Defending champion Roman Kreuziger (Liquigas)
finished second, 19 seconds behind Cancellara.
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2009 Tour de Suisse:  Andreas Kloden (Astana) was third, 22 seconds behind Cancellara.
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- Monday's Tour de Suisse Stage 3 departs Davos at 13:12 CET (7:12am U.S. Eastern) and is expected in Lumino between 17:56 and 18:28 CET (11:56am and 12:28pm U.S. Eastern).  Tour de Suisse live video streaming on Cycling TV is scheduled to begin at 17:00 CET (11am U.S. Eastern).  Tour de Suisse live coverage on Sporza is also scheduled to begin at 17:00 CET (11am U.S. Eastern).  We will list other sources of Tour de Suisse live feeds as they become available.

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- Tour de Suisse LIVE on RTL.  -Bernie S.

Tour de Suisse Stage 2 Profile

- Tour de Suisse Stage 2 departs Davos at 13:29 CET (7:29am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish in Davos between 17:18 and 17:43 CET (11:18am and 11:43am U.S. Eastern).  Tour de Suisse live video streaming on Cycling TV is scheduled to begin at 16:25 CET (10:25am U.S. Eastern).  Tour de Suisse live coverage on Sporza and on Sport+ is scheduled to begin at 16:30 CET (10:30am U.S. Eastern).  We will list other sources of Tour de Suisse live feeds as they become available.

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2009 Tour de Suisse LIVE
Switzerland, June 13-21
Official Website (French)
(Google-translated to English)
Start List (.pdf)

 Stage 2 start: 13:29 CET
(1:29pm CET)

Finish: 17:18 to 17:43 CET
(5:18pm to 5:43pm CET)


Davos

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Dauphiné Libéré LIVE - Stage 8

2009 Dauphine Libere, Stage 8:  Cadel Evans (Silence-Lotto), Alejandro Valverde (Caisse d'Epargne)
and Alberto Contador (Astana) on the final climb of the day, the Cote de Saint Bernard du Touvet.
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2009 Dauphine Libere:  David Moncoutie (Cofidis) wins Stage 7, the second consecutive French stage victory.
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2009 Dauphine Libere, Stage 7:  The peloton on the Col du Galibier.
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2009 Dauphine Libere, Stage 7:  Breakaways form on the Galibier Pass.
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2009 Dauphine Libere, Stage 7:  The peloton is led by the Caisse d'Epargne team of
race leader and defending champion Alejandro Valverde.
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2009 Dauphine Libere video clips

Stage 8 Highlights (01:35) Eurosport
Stage 7 Highlights (01:45) Eurosport
Stage 6 Highlights (01:15) Eurosport
Stage 4 Highlights (01:10) Eurosport
Stage 3 Highlights (01:15) Eurosport
Interview with Robert Gesink (06:37) Eurosport
Interview with Cadel Evans (12:09) Eurosport
Stage 2 highlights (04:47) France 3
Stage 2 Highlights (01:29) Eurosport
Dauphine Libere stage 1 (0:49) Eurosport
1996 Dauphine Libere (01:43)
Indurain strong on Izoard, Jalabert cracks
INA
1983 Dauphine Libere (02:24)
Anderson, Kelly, LeMond, Madiot
LeMond wins stage and takes lead. Great footage.
INA
1981 Dauphine Libere (01:57)
Mont Ventoux.  Hinault dominates rivals.
INA
1977 Dauphine Libere (01:19)
Hinault's dramatic crash
INA
1976 Dauphine Libere (01:55)
1975 Tour de France winner Bernard Thevenet does it all, climbing, descending, sprinting
INA
1973 Dauphine Libere (01:15) INA
1965 Dauphine Libere Stage 6 (04:01) INA
1955 Dauphine Libere Stage 5 (06:47) INA
   

 

- Tour de Suisse LIVE video has begun.  Go to our Tour de Suisse Stage 2 live coverage page here.

- Dauphine LIVE on ETB 1. (Basque)

- Dauphine LIVE now on Eurosport

- Dauphine Libere LIVE now on Cycling TV.  Link at right.

Dauphine Libere Stage 8 Profile

- Dauphine Libere Stage 8 departs Faverges at 13:00 CET (7:00am U.S. Eastern) and is expected in Grenoble between 16:32 and 16:53 CET (10:32am and 10:53am U.S. Eastern).  Dauphiné Libéré live video streaming on Cycling TV is scheduled to begin at 15:15 CET (9:15am U.S. Eastern).  Dauphine Libere live coverage on Eurosport is scheduled to begin at 15:15 CET (9:15am U.S. Eastern) in some markets.  We will list other sources of Dauphine live feeds as they become available.

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- Welcome to our live coverage guide for the 2009 Critérium du Dauphiné Libéré.

2009 Dauphiné Libéré LIVE
France, June 7-14
Official Website
Start List (.pdf)

 Stage 8 start: 13:00 CET
(1pm CET)

Finish: 16:32 to 16:53 CET
(4:32pm to 4:53pm CET)


Faverges

Grenoble weather


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Tour de Suisse LIVE video streaming - Stage 1

 Sunday's Tour de Suisse Stage 2 Profile

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- Sunday's Tour de Suisse Stage 2 departs Davos at 13:29 CET (7:29am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish in Davos between 17:18 and 17:43 CET (11:18am and 11:43am U.S. Eastern).  Tour de Suisse live video streaming on Cycling TV is scheduled to begin at 16:25 CET (10:25am U.S. Eastern).  Tour de Suisse live coverage on Sporza and on Sport+ is scheduled to begin at 16:30 CET (10:30am U.S. Eastern).  We will list other sources of Tour de Suisse live feeds as they become available.

- TdS now LIVE on Cycling TV.

- Tour de Suisse LIVE on Sport+ (French).  Link at right.

- Tour de Suisse LIVE now - pre-race - on SportItalia.  Link at right.

- Tour de Suisse Stage 1, an individual time trial, begins when the first rider departs at 15:08 CET (9:08am U.S. Eastern).  Tour de Suisse live video streaming on Cycling TV is scheduled to begin at 17:00 CET (11am U.S. Eastern).  Tour de Suisse live coverage on Sporza and on Sport+ is also scheduled to begin at that time.  We will list other sources of Tour de Suisse live feeds as they become available.

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2009 Tour de Suisse LIVE
Switzerland, June 13-21
Official Website (French)
(Google-translated to English)
Start List (.pdf)

 Stage 1 start: 15:08 CET
(3:08pm CET)

Finish: approx. 18:15 CET
(6:15pm CET)


Mauren

Ruggell weather


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Dauphiné Libéré LIVE - Stage 7

2009 Dauphine Libere, Stage 6:  Pierrick Fédrigo (BBox Bouygues Telecom) wins in Briançon ahead
of Jürgen Van De Walle (Quick Step) and Stephane Goubert (AG2R La Mondiale).
photo Copyright © 2009 Fotoreporter Sirotti for cyclingfans.com

2009 Dauphine Libere, Stage 6:  A trailing group on the Col d'Izoard.
photo Copyright © 2009 Fotoreporter Sirotti for cyclingfans.com


2003 Dauphine Libere:  Panoramic view from near the top of the Col du Galibier (or Galibier Pass).
The stage today travels from Briancon up the less difficult side of the Galibier (behind camera) through the tunnel and then down the side of the mountain seen in above photo toward the Col du Telegraphe.  I created the image above from 2 separate photos (see illustration below) by stitching them together digitally.  In this instance I hadn't planned to do this ahead of time but realized afterwards that I could get a much wider view than any one photo could provide.  The extra high resolution results in some nice prints!  -Pete
Copyright © 2003 Pete Geyer/www.cyclingfans.com


Galibier Pass: Two separate photos combined to create one panoramic image.
180 or 360 degree panoramas require many more photos.  I have produced such
panoramas from the four corners of France, including at bike races and on some
of the great mountains of the Tour de France.
Copyright © 2003 Pete Geyer/www.cyclingfans.com

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Sunday's Dauphine Libere Stage 8 Profile

- Sunday's Dauphine Libere Stage 8 departs Faverges at 13:00 CET (7:00am U.S. Eastern) and is expected in Grenoble between 16:32 and 16:53 CET (10:32am and 10:53am U.S. Eastern).  Dauphiné Libéré live video streaming on Cycling TV is scheduled to begin at 15:15 CET (9:15am U.S. Eastern).  Dauphine Libere live coverage on Eurosport is scheduled to begin at 15:15 CET (9:15am U.S. Eastern) in some markets.  We will list other sources of Dauphine live feeds as they become available.

- Dauphine LIVE now on Eurosport.

- Dauphine Libere LIVE now on Cycling TV.  Link at right.

Dauphine Libere Stage 7 Profile

- Dauphine Libere Stage 7 departs Briançon at 12:30 CET (6:30am U.S. Eastern) and is expected in Saint-François Longchamp between 16:53 and 17:30 CET (10:53am and 11:30am U.S. Eastern).  Dauphiné Libéré live video streaming on Cycling TV is scheduled to begin at 15:15 CET (9:15am U.S. Eastern).  Dauphine Libere live coverage on Eurosport UK is unsure/doubtful at this time with time slots currently filled with Le Mans racing and ATP tennis.  (Update: Eurosport France live coverage is scheduled to begin at 15:30 CET (9:30am U.S. Eastern)).  We will list other sources of Dauphine live feeds as they become available.

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2009 Dauphiné Libéré LIVE
France, June 7-14
Official Website
Start List (.pdf)

 Stage 7 start: 12:30 CET

Finish: 16:53 to 17:30 CET
(4:53pm to 5:30pm CET)


Briançon

La Chambre weather


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Tour de Suisse live video coverage

- The 2009 Tour de Suisse starts today, Saturday, and runs to June 21.  The race will be broadcast live on Cycling TV for viewers in North America.  Sport+ (France) and Sporza (Belgium) are also among the television channels showing the Tour de Suisse live.  Stage 1 today is a 7.8km individual time trial.  We'll post live online coverage options later this morning listing live video and tickers.

 

Tour de Suisse Official Website
(Google-translated to English)
Start List (.pdf)
Stage 1 starts at: 15:08 CET (9:08am U.S. Eastern)
Live webcast on CTV: 17:00 CET (11:00am U.S. Eastern)
Live coverage on Sport+, Sporza, etc.: 17:00 CET (11am U.S. Eastern)
Live feeds from other sources: Check back at race time

Dauphiné Libéré LIVE - Stage 6

Saturday's Stage 7 Profile


2009 Dauphine Libere, Stage 5:  Sylvester Szmyd (Liquigas) helped Alejandro Valverde (Caisse d'Epargne) grab the yellow jersey from Cadel Evans and was rewarded with the stage win on the "Giant of Provence".
photo Copyright © 2009 Fotoreporter Sirotti for cyclingfans.com

2009 Dauphine Libere, Stage 5:  Cadel Evans and Alberto Contador in a small group of riders on Mont Ventoux.
photo Copyright © 2009 Fotoreporter Sirotti for cyclingfans.com

2009 Dauphine Libere, Stage 5:  The finish is in sight.
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2009 Dauphine Libere, Stage 5:  The grupetto in the final kilometer up to the Mont Ventoux Observatoire.
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- Saturday's Dauphine Libere Stage 7 departs Briançon at 12:30 CET (6:30am U.S. Eastern) and is expected in Saint-François Longchamp between 16:53 and 17:30 CET (10:53am and 11:30am U.S. Eastern).  Dauphiné Libéré live video streaming on Cycling TV is scheduled to begin at 15:15 CET (9:15am U.S. Eastern).  Dauphine Libere live coverage on Eurosport is unsure/doubtful at this time with time slots currently filled with Le Mans racing and ATP tennis.  We will list other sources of Dauphine live feeds as they become available.

- Dauphine also LIVE via Eurosport.

- Dauphine LIVE on ETB 1.

- Dauphine Libere LIVE now on Cycling TV.  Link at right.

- French sports daily L'Equipe, the newspaper, often makes for good fish wrap but the publishing group turns out excellent large format book volumes on cycling and the latest is about Le Mont Ventoux: "Tour de France: Le Ventoux, sommet de la folie" ("summit madness").  111 pages, the book draws from L'Equipe's archives of articles about Mont Ventoux and is illustrated with the work of L'Equipe's superb photographers. Time permitting, I'll take a closer look at this book here before the Tour de France stage to Ventoux.  -Pete

New book: Tour de France: Le Ventoux, sommet de la folie

- Congrats to Steve Putnam for winning the Dauphine Libere poster by correctly picking Bert Grabsch to win Wednesday's TT.  Steve credits Phil Liggett for the pick; Liggett said that after a poor Stage 1 TT, Grabsch would ride strong.  I have more posters and other race items to give away soon.  -Pete

- Note: According to a usually reliable source, Dauphine Libere live coverage on Eurosport may start at 15:00 CET (9am U.S. Eastern) instead of at 16:10 CET as indicated on Eurosport's site.  That would seem to make sense given the earlier expected finish time.  We will monitor the situation at 15:00 CET.

Dauphine Libere Stage 6 Profile

- Dauphine Libere Stage 6 departs Gap at 13:40 CET (7:40am U.S. Eastern) and is expected in Briançon between 16:12 and 16:32 CET (10:12am and 10:32am U.S. Eastern).  Dauphiné Libéré live video streaming on Cycling TV is scheduled to begin at 14:50 CET (8:50am U.S. Eastern).  Dauphine Libere live coverage on Eurosport is scheduled to begin at 16:10 CET (10:10am U.S. Eastern).  We will list other sources of Dauphine live feeds as they become available.

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- Welcome to our live coverage guide for the 2009 Critérium du Dauphiné Libéré.

2009 Dauphiné Libéré LIVE
France, June 7-14
Official Website
Start List (.pdf)

 Stage 6 start: 13:40 CET
(1:40pm CET)

Finish: 16:12 to 16:32 CET
(4:12pm to 4:32pm CET)


Gap

Briançon weather


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(14:55 CET)
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