There's no excuse for missing 2017 Paris-Roubaix on Sunday - it's live on Eurosport from start to finish for over six hours
Eurosport will be showing over six hours of live coverage of Paris-Roubaix on Sunday, April 9, kicking off at 9.45am.
That means you’ll be able to watch the boring bit with no cobbles while you munch on your cornflakes and then by the time the real pavé sectors come about you’ll be nestled into your sofa ready for your Sunday roast.
If you can’t be at home for the actual race, there are plenty of highlights programmes around on Eurosport 1 and 2 over the following days, so there’s no excuse to miss any of the action.
Pre-race favourites Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) and Greg Van Avermaet (BMC Racing) will be looking to make amends after missing out in the preceding weekend’s Tour of Flanders, won with an impressive long-range solo attack by Philippe Gilbert (Quick-Step Floors).
Or will we see another rider spring a surprise, just as Mathew Hayman did last year? It’s the unpredictability and occasional chaos that make Paris-Roubaix the biggest one-day race of the season.
Sunday, April 9
09.45-16.00 LIVE Paris-Roubaix, Eurosport 1
19.00-21.00 Paris-Roubaix highlights, Eurosport 1
22.00-23.30 Paris-Roubaix highlights, Eurosport 2
Monday, April 10
09.300-11.00 Paris-Roubaix highlights, Eurosport 1
17.30-19.00 Paris-Roubaix highlights, Eurosport 1
22.15-23.30 Paris-Roubaix highlights, Eurosport 1
Official Twitter account: @Paris_Roubaix
Official website: www.letour.com/paris-roubaix