Vuelta ciclista a españa online

Vuelta ciclista a españa online

Vuelta a españa

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The climb to the Mijares pass (first category), 40 kilometers from the finish, as well as the San Juan de la Nava (third category), five kilometers from the finish, should reduce the group of candidates for the stage victory. There will be a foreseeable sprint between the big roosters of the general classification, who know that it is one of the key stages, which will have to overcome the slopes and the heat of Avila in this month of August.

Yesterday’s stage between the towns of Don Benito and Pico Villuercas, with a high finish, left the gas tank not very buoyant among the chasers for today, although they saved their strength. Romain Bardet took the victory yesterday in an exciting stage, where Colombian Miguel Ángel López (Movistar) attacked and cut five seconds off Slovenian Primoz Roglic, who is third overall.

The first half of the stage will be quiet, with no climbs until kilometer 85.1.  The riders will reach the first first category pass, the Alto de la Centenera, at 1,350 meters above sea level. There are many slopes and there will be constant ups and downs throughout the day, with the second pass at kilometer 114, second category. This is the Puerto de Pedro Bernardo, at 1226 meters above sea level.

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There are also ways to tune in for free in the UK and US, with streaming services Discovery + and Eurosport Player offering free trials to new users in the UK and Peacock doing the same in the US.

If you’re interested in watching cycling but are away from home and coverage is geographically blocked, you can always use a VPN to access it (assuming you’re not violating the broadcaster’s terms and conditions, of course). You may be surprised at how simple it is to do so.

2. Connect to the relevant server location – launch the VPN app, click ‘choose location’ and select the correct location, i.e. Australia for SBS, USA for Peacock

3. Head to the live stream of your chosen broadcaster – so whichever service you want to use, all you need to do is head to their website and start streaming.

That means you can live stream all the action via the SBS On Demand service if you’re not in front of a TV. In addition to the Android and iOS apps, you can access SBS On Demand on Android TV, Amazon Fire TV stick, Apple TV and most smart TVs.

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For example, Espn has the rights for Brazil, Latin America and the Caribbean, Eurosport is also the broadcaster for Southeast Asia and BeIn Sports is the official channel of the competition for the Middle East and North Africa. While different channels have bought the rights for Portugal, Norway, Belgium, Canada, Japan, Denmark, Colombia and Australia.

There is a significant difference in budget between all these teams. The British Sky Team has a budget of 36 million euros, 30% of which goes to the riders, while teams like UAE Team Emirates have only nine million euros, four times less than Sky. It is estimated that the average budget of the 18 teams in the First Division of world cycling is 16.7 million euros.

Regarding the route, Javier Guillen, director of Unipublic, the company that organizes La Vuelta, commented that «the race has undergone a transformation since 2009, with the start from Holland. We are looking for new places and for the finishes to be interesting, intense and explosive». For 2019, the race plans to visit French territory and its starting point will be Las Salinas de Torrevieja in the province of Alicante.