This is your Live TV guide to make sure you do miss the best action that is happening in the “Tour de Suisse”.
Live coverage will be shown for 2 stages of this Tour de Suisse by Eurosport between June 10th and June 18th while the other stages can be seen as highlights.
This is a 9 days event of WorldTour racing.
The Giro d’Italia winner (Team Sunweb) Tom Dumoulin & Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) along with the Olympic champ Greg Van Avermaet (BMC) will head up the starting list for this Swiss race.
There will be a short 6.4 km individual time trial to kick things off which will be followed by a mix of flat, hilly & mountain stages. Further, there will be a 16.8 km ITT on the penultimate day of the tour.
The Digital channel, Eurosport will show late television coverage with the highlights available in the evenings of the stage day on the channels Eurosport 1 & Eurosport 2.
- On Saturday 10th June from18:30-20:15 Stage 1.
- On Sunday 11th June starts at 18:30-20:00 Stage 2
- Today (Monday) 12th June commences 21:00-22:30 Stage 3
- For Tuesday 13th June, it starts at 21:00-22:30 Stage 4
- On Wednesday 14th June 21:00-22:30 Stage 5, highlights on Eurosport 2
- This Thursday 15th June 21:00-22:30 Stage 6 with highlights available on Eurosport 2
- For Friday 16th June 21:00-22:30 Stage 7 and highlights on Eurosport 2
- Saturday 17th June 21:00-22:30 Stage 8 along with highlights later on Eurosport 2
- Final day Sunday 18th June 21:00-22:30 Stage 9
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