Tour Down Under TV guide 2020

Here's how and where to watch the Tour Down Under

The opening race of the WorldTour calendar starts on January 21, 2020 and runs for six stages.

The Tour Down Under is the first chance for riders to test their form and see what they need to work on ahead of the Spring Classics.

For those of us desperate for the season to start again, the Tour Down Under provides the first chance to see transferred riders on their new teams and get a glimpse of everyone in some degree of new kit.

>>> Tour Down Under 2020 start list

Europe and North America

The race will be broadcast on Eurosport, available in satellite TV packages or through the online Eurosport Player. Americans can catch coverage on NBC Sports’ streaming app.

Official television schedules for this year’s race are yet to be announced but below we’ve included the times that Australian TV will be going live with both the men’s and women’s races, so we can assume those times will be the earliest other regions will pick up coverage. For insomniacs, the schedule will suit perfectly, for everyone else it’s probably better to just catch the highlights the next morning.

How to watch in other locations

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Tour Down Under official tracker app

You can catch up on live coverage of the TDU via the race’s official app. In addition to some video and text commentary, this features GPS tracking data. The app is available via the Apple App Store and Google Play.

Tour Down Under live coverage timings

Stage one, Tues January 21, Tanuda to Tanuda

Live coverage: 01:30am –

Stage two, Weds January 22, Woodside to Stirling

Live coverage: 01:30am –

Stage three, Thurs January 23, Unley to Paracombe

Live coverage: 01:30am –

Stage four, Fri January 24, Norwood to Murray Birdge

Live coverage: 01:30am –

Stage five, Sat January 25, Glenelg to Victor Harbor

Live coverage: 00:00am –

Stage six, Sun January 26, McLaren Vale to Willunga Hill

Live coverage: 11:00pm –

Women’s Tour Down Under (Yuzuru Sunada/AFP via Getty Images)

Women’s Tour Down Under live coverage timings

Stage one, Thurs January 10, Hahndorf to Macclesfield

Live coverage: 01:00am –

Stage two, Fri January 11, Murray Bridge to Birdwood

Live coverage: 01:00am –

Stage three, Sat January 12, Nairne to Stirling

Live coverage: 00:55am –

Stage four, Sun January 13, Flinters Street to Flinters Street

Live coverage: 06:00am –

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