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Old 02-17-13, 18:47
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Default Eurosports guide to televised Cycling 2013

Here's Eurosport's tele schedule for cycling for this year i don't really know how accurate it is but thought i would share it here so you have a rough idea of what we may possibly beable to watch live.

Anyway thought i would share it with you lovely people.

http://2013tvguide.eurosport.com/m/index.html#/page/24
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Old 02-17-13, 18:57
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Looks like most stuff is covered. G-W and the Swiss races the biggest ones missing, I think. I assume they are covering the worlds and just haven't got it down here. The key question for the classics as always is going to be how much coverage. Hopefully we get at least 2-3 hours for the monuments and it's not reduced to 25km due to motorbikes.
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i'm still worried about all the asterix
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Old 02-17-13, 19:26
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This was posted in the Eurosport commentary thread in January, though it was said that only British Eurosport covered the Swiss races last year and this is the international schedule.
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Nice one. Thanks for posting.
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Old 02-17-13, 23:47
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Would be wonderful if they got the rights for pais vasco, and what's up with the RCS races?
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I still find it strange how British Eurosport don't show the tour of Britain. Do ITV have exclusive rights to it in the UK?
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Wait, so we do actually get to see live cycling this season?

It feels like we've been fed with nothing but pre-race highlights so far. I know we haven't hit any major races yet but at least we would have had a few dodgy live streams to rely on at this point last year.
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I dunno what the deal with with the asterix's it has one next to Volta ao Algarve and that was highlights unless that's what it means? But there is one next to Giro aswell.... Giro highlights only? Surely not....
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Wait, so we do actually get to see live cycling this season?

It feels like we've been fed with nothing but pre-race highlights so far. I know we haven't hit any major races yet but at least we would have had a few dodgy live streams to rely on at this point last year.
Tour Down Under and Qatar were live, but yeah, I'm missing cycling already too.

This German site has a useful and imo reliable tv-guide as well.
"Aufzeichnung" means delayed/highlights.
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