The final grand tour of 2009, the Vuelta a Espana, starts on Saturday, August 29. Sports broadcaster British Eurosport will be providing live television coverage of this year’s race.
David Harmon and Sean Kelly will be in the commentary box throughout the race, which runs from Saturday, August 29 to Sunday, September 20.
Live coverage of each stage will be backed up with a daily evening highlights show.
Broadcast times shown may be subject to change. British Eurosport is available via cable and satellite TV systems.
Vuelta a Espana 2009: British Eurosport schedule
Programmes shown on British Eurosport 1.
Saturday, August 29 Stage 1 LIVE 4-6pm
Sunday, August 30 Stage 2 LIVE 3-4.45pm
Monday, August 31 Stage 3 LIVE 3-4.45pm
Tuesday, September 1 Stage 4 LIVE 1-4.45pm
Wednesday, September 2 Rest day
Thursday, September 3 Stage 5 LIVE 3-4.45pm
Friday, September 4 Stage 6 LIVE 4-4.45pm
Saturday, September 5 Stage 7 LIVE 3-4.45pm
Sunday, September 6 Stage 8 LIVE 3-4.45pm
Monday, September 7 Stage 9 LIVE 3-4.45pm
Tuesday, September 8 Stage 10 LIVE 3-4.45pm
Wednesday, September 9 Stage 11 LIVE 3-4.45pm
Thursday, September 10 Rest day
Friday, September 11 Stage 12 LIVE 3-4.45pm
Saturday, September 12 Stage 13 LIVE 3-4.45pm
Sunday, September 13 Stage 14 LIVE 3.30-4.45pm
Monday, September 14 Stage 15 LIVE 3-4.45pm
Tuesday, September 15 Stage 16 LIVE 3-4.45pm
Wednesday, September 16 Stage 17 LIVE 3-4.45pm
Thursday, September 17 Stage 18 LIVE 3-4.45pm
Friday, September 18 Stage 19 LIVE 3-4.45pm
Saturday, September 19 Stage 20 TBC
Sunday, September 20 Stage 21 TBC
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