Women’s Tour will be broadcast live for the first time in 2021

Lizzie Deignan says ‘live television coverage will really take it to the next level’ 

BUILTH WELLS, WALES - JUNE 14: Start / Coryn Rivera of The United States and Team Sunweb Red Eisberg sprints jersey / Liane Lippert of Germany and Team Sunweb OVO Energy Green leader jersey / Lizzie Elizabeth Armitstead-Deignan of United Kingdom and Team Trek - Segafredo Blue HSBC UK British Cycling best British rider jersey / Christine Majerus of Luxembourg and Team Boels Dolmans Black SKODA Queen of the Mountains jersey / Jolien D'Hoore of Belgium and Team Boels Dolmans Pink Breast Cancer Care points jersey / Chantal Blaak of The Netherlands and Team Boels Dolmans / Peloton / Landscape / during the 6th OVO Energy Women's Tour 2019, Stage 5 a 140km stage from Llandrindod Wells to Builth Wells / #OVOWT / #UCIWWT / on June 14, 2019 in Builth Wells, Wales. (Photo by Charlie Crowhurst/Getty Images)

The Women’s Tour will be broadcast live for the first time in 2021, as the race announces a new partnership with Eurosport and GCN. 

Britain’s only WorldTour stage race will now reach a bigger audience than ever before as it will be given live coverage this year for the first time in the race’s history. 

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