Tour de Suisse 2019 TV guide

Eurosport will be showing highlights of all stages of the 2019 Tour de Suisse over June 15-23, with live coverage available through the Eurosport Player

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The 2019 Tour de Suisse commences on Saturday, June 15, for nine days of WorldTour racing.

The Swiss race is a warm up for the Tour de France, with general classification contenders taking on the hilly parcours as they test their legs.

The start list is peppered with big names - with Geraint Thomas (Team Ineos) using the event as a launch pad for this Tour campaign, and Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) there to test his sprinting legs.

This year's event includes two mountain stages, with the Queen stage on the final day comprising of ascents of the Furka Pass, Susten Pass and Grimsel Pas.

Digital channel Eurosport will be showing delayed television coverage with highlights being shown in the evening of the day's stage on Eurosport 1 and/or Eurosport 2.

However those with a subscription to Eurosport Player will be able to catch the live action, with the online streaming service broadcasting every stage as it happens.

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Tour de Suisse 2019: Eurosport schedule

Saturday June 15 - Stage 1

1900-2000 – Eurosport 2

Sunday June 16 - Stage 2

1800-1900 – Eurosport 1

Monday June 17 - Stage 3

1900-2030 – Eurosport 2

Tuesday June 18 - Stage 4

1900-2030 – Eurosport 2

Wednesday June 19 – Stage 5

1900-2030 – Eurosport 2

Thursday June 20 – Stage 6

1900-2030 – Eurosport 2

Friday June 21 – Stage 7

2130-2230 – Eurosport 1

Saturday June 22 – Stage 8

2130-2230 – Eurosport 1

Sunday June 23 – Stage 9

1730-1830 – Eurosport 1

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