- Giro dItalia 2017: Dates, times, route, odds, quotes, TV schedule, Eurosport Player offer
- Giro d'Italia on television
- Giro D'Italia 2017: Dates, Route Map, Stage Previews and TV-Coverage Info
- Giro d'Italia 2017: How to watch it, stream, schedule, TV channel, route and riders
Giro dItalia 2017: Dates, times, route, odds, quotes, TV schedule, Eurosport Player offer
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Nibali will be up against fellow former winner Nairo Quintana and British duo Geraint Thomas and Adam Yates among others, in what is set to be a fiercely contested race over an intriguing, balanced parcours. Check out the TV schedule for full details of when to tune in every day below, and remind yourself of the full route here. Dutchman proves his class on and off the bike in winning the th Corsa Rosa. Dutchman overhauls Nairo Quintana's lead in final stage time trial to Milan. Tom Dumoulin loses time on final climb to cede race lead; Adam Yates moves eighth overall.
Please refresh the page and retry. T hroughout the month of May the focus of the cycling world will centre on Italy as the th edition of Giro d'Italia courses the length and breadth of the country, turning its villages and cities pink as la corsa rosa heads towards Milan. After setting of on its 3, Those with subscriptions to Eurosport are in luck, the self-styled 'home of cycling' will be broadcasting every day, live, all the way from Italy. Highlights: Eurosport from
The three-week long tour started in Alghero, Sardinia, on Friday morning. The cycling world basks in the Mediterranean spotlight for three weeks as riders roll over 3,KM of tarmac during 21 stages, hoping to clinch the pink jersey. Each team starts with nine riders in their ranks, apart from Astana due to the tragic death of former Giro champion Michele Scarponi last month. Google have marked the start of the centenary edition of the Giro d'Italia with a special doodle as the world-famous race got underway. Users logging on to google. There are two individual time trials, six stages for the sprinters and 13 lung-bursting mountain stages. Riders have already set off from Alghero to the north-west corner of Sardinia to mark three weeks in the saddle.
The race is comprised of 21 stages and three rest days, with two individual time trials, 13 medium and high mountain stages and six stages for sprinters. Riders will cycle across the Mediterranean islands of Sardinia and Sicily before arriving in mainland Italy at Reggio Calabria. From there, the peloton will make their way north, passing through the likes of Florence, Forli and Monza before ending up in Milan for the final time trial. Often regarded as the most difficult of cycling's Grand Tours, the Giro's centenary will be no different with five mountain stages preceding the last stage, including the infamous Passo di Mortirolo climb on the 16th. Every stage will be televised on Eurosport 1 or can be streamed live via Eurosport Player. Former winners Nairo Quintana and Vincenzo Nibali will be among the favourites to win the Giro this year. The winner believes local favourite and reigning champion Nibali will prove stern opposition, though.
Giro d'Italia on television
Coverage of the cycling event is available every day for Eurosport subscribers on Eurosport 1 from 8pm to 9. Fans without access to Eurosport will have a chance to catch the highlights of the race between 10pm and 11pm every night on Quest TV. ITV4 is not broadcasting the race this year, but will pick up coverage of the Tour de France in July.
Giro D'Italia 2017: Dates, Route Map, Stage Previews and TV-Coverage Info
The race gets underway on May 5 and runs for just over three weeks with 21 stages and three rest days. The Giro will culminate in a dramatic individual time trial running from the racetrack at Monza into Milan. Coverage of the Giro d'Italia will be shown live on Eurosport 1, meaning it will only be available to subscribers to the channel. However, highlights will be shown from 10pmpm each night on Quest, a TV channel that appears on Sky channel or Freeview channel Giro d'Italia. Stage 6 is the first on mainland Italy, starting in Reggio Calabria in the southernmost part of the country. Giro d'Italia schedule The race gets underway on May 5 and runs for just over three weeks with 21 stages and three rest days.
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Giro d'Italia 2017: How to watch it, stream, schedule, TV channel, route and riders