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Old 01-18-13, 19:06
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No coverage of Paris - Nice this year @ Eurosport?
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No coverage of Paris - Nice this year @ Eurosport?
this is just their schedule on from april, I seriously doubt they will not cover Paris-Nice, Tirreno Adriatico, Ronde van Vlaanderen and so on. Maybe it was in a separated schedule for the winter or whatever
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ES schedule for next year.
http://twitpic.com/bvjc2s

So Giro is included (earlier in the month a 2013 ad showed tour and vuelta but not giro)

Also both catalunya and PV this year

Immediate obvious omisions are Romandie and GW.

Omission of Road cycling world championships, presumably to be corrected down the line
I'll bet the house that there will be quite a few additions to that list.
Seems to start in April for one thing.
Pretty sure they'll have Qatar, Oman, probably Volta Algarve highlights, P-N and T-A and the Crit Int.
De Panne, Flanders...........the list goes on.
Plus, DH said there would be a lot more cycling coverage this year.
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Old 01-18-13, 19:52
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I'll bet the house that there will be quite a few additions to that list.
Seems to start in April for one thing.
Pretty sure they'll have Qatar, Oman, probably Volta Algarve highlights, P-N and T-A and the Crit Int.
De Panne, Flanders...........the list goes on.
I only linked the april -October picture

Here is the January- August one.

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Plus, DH said there would be a lot more cycling coverage this year.

They say that every year though. They don't have that much to add anyway since they already have all the top European scene races. I think if they wanted to add Italian classics.or French ones they'd be buying a whole package and not just adding 1 or 2 individual ones.

Last year they added msb san Sebastian and some new races already.

Ss was always the big one missing and now they have that too
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They better get their act together and cover Paris Roubaix properly this year. I was livid that they missed Arenberg and the lead into it last year They should be covering the race from 150kms out to get the scene setting out of the way over the early pave. Then settle back for the fireworks in the last 100kms.
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No Oman live shucks... and how are they gonna broadcast PN and TA at the same time
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eurosport 1 and eurosport 2

also the times for each stage aren't exactly the same with tirreno ending a bit later so it is still possible to watch both.
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No Oman live shucks... and how are they gonna broadcast PN and TA at the same time
how they always did??eurosport for paris-nice and eurosport 2 for tirreno?

here full schedule but not everything is confirmed
http://2013tvguide.eurosport.com/#/24
basically it should be even more cycling than last year which i also think was a record. de panne and e3 make it on eurosport.

and i don't think i'm wrong when i say arenberg was on eurosport live last year. they covered the last 140 km or so.
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Old 01-18-13, 20:41
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There will be coverage of PN live on Eurosport while TA will be shown on Eurosport 2. But there will always be relive coverage of TA also on Eurosport either directly after PN or in the night.

Eurosport tries to show as much as possible or at least relive versions on the main-program which means they are not coverage all premium thing only on their pay-tv channel
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eurosport 1 and eurosport 2

also the times for each stage aren't exactly the same with tirreno ending a bit later so it is still possible to watch both.
Also paris nice sucks balls.while.tirreno is exciting so you just switch to tirreno when it starts and watch Paris nice highlights a few hours later.
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