Discovery stays with the Giro until 2025: details of an agreement with Classics included

Discovery extends the Giro's rights to broadcast it through Eurosport, Global Cycling Network and discovery +. Here, the calendar with other tests included in the agreement.


EI Giro d'Italia will continue to be seen in our country through Eurosport until 2025. Discovery made official this weekend the extension of the exclusive rights of the Italian round to broadcast it through the payment channel, Global Cycling Network (GCN) and discovery +, the new streaming service that will arrive in Spain this year.

The agreement allows Discovery to ensure the live and on-demand broadcast of the first Grand Tour of the year. The operation also includes a series of one-day UCI World Tour and Classic events held in Italy.

In addition to the 21 stages of the Giro d'Italia (from 8 to 30 May) the agreement includes the elite men's and women's Strade Bianche (March), the Tirreno-Adriatico (7 stages in March), the Giro d'Italia ( 4 stages in April), Milan-Turin (October) and Greater Piedmont (October). Milan-San Remo (March) and Il Lombardía (October) will be produced for the first time in their entirety for live coverage and uninterrupted.

The first UCI World Tour event of this season will be the United Arab Emirates Tour, also included exclusively and which starts this Sunday (16:30) and concludes on Saturday with figures such as Pogacar, Adam Yates, Froome and Van der Poel. Eurosport 2 will offer the first and last stages. The rest via Eurosport 1.

The agreement follows Eurosport's announcement of the broadcast of UCI events such as the World Road Championships, the World Track Cycling Championships, the World Mountain Biking Championships, the World BMX Championships, and the World Championship. from the World of Cyclocross.

With the extension of the Giro rights, Discovery reinforces its commitment to cycling throughout the year with around 300 days of live men's and women's events.

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