Eurosport continues its commitment to cycling

The Discovery channel reinforces its offer with the extension of the agreement with the UCI, which includes the World Road Cycling Championships, Track, Mountain Bike, BMX ...


For yet another year, Eurosport continues its coverage of the cycling season. The Discovery channel will broadcast live more than 290 days of men's and women's cycling. It will also offer the most prestigious races, including the three Grand Tours, the five Monuments and more than 35 World Tour events of the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) .

Eurosport also closes an agreement that includes the issuance of the World Road Cycling Championships, Track, Mountain Bike, BMX, among others. This alliance covers Europe with the exception of France, Denmark, Norway and Sweden. "The new agreement with the UCI through the EBU demonstrates our commitment to providing the best content to the largest community of cycling fans worldwide, whether through Eurosport or GCN, and reinforces Discovery's ties with the UCI. Discovery is already working closely with the UCI on several initiatives where Eurosport Events will be a key partner in the development of the new UCI Track Cycling World League which begins later this year, "said Andrew Georgiou, President. from Eurosport and Global Sports Rights & Sports Marketing Solutions, in an official statement.

Upcoming dates.

0-31 January: Cyclo-cross World Championship in Ostend, Belgium

17 - August 22: BMX World Championship in Arnhem, The Netherlands

25 - August 28: Mountain Bike World Championship in Val di Sole, Italy.

18 - September 26: World Road Championships in Belgium

13 - October 17: World Track Cycling in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan

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