TV: Where to watch Il Lombardia?
Aug 14 2020 11:22 pm CET

TV: Where to watch Il Lombardia?
TV: Where to watch Il Lombardia?
Il Lombardia

Il Lombardia is set to be the second Monument of the season, will have a luxury start line -that includes riders like Bauke Mollema, Remco Evenepoel and Vincenzo Nibali- and will be broadcast in 185 countries.

The Italian competition is normally the last Monument of the season -that's why it has the nickname "The race of fallen leaves"- but with the renewed calendar forced by the Covid-19 pandemic, it has had to change dates for the summer. The race will be 231 kilometres long, a bit shorter than other editions, but will still include the climbs that make it a challenge for the riders.

The Italian broadcaster RAI will produce three hours of live action from the race and RAI 2 Italy will broadcast it from 15:30 to 18:50 (CEST). In Europe, La Chaine L’Equipe will show it in France and Eurosport in the rest of Europe, while in Australia, South East Asia and Japan, the public will be able to follow it on GCN Race Pass.

In Belgium, fans will be able to follow the race on VTM Medialaan in Dutch and on RTBF in French, while in Switzerland it will be broadcast by the SRG SSR network: on SRF in German, on RTS in French and on RSI in Italian. In South Africa, Il Lombardia will be shown on Supersport and throughout the Middle East and North Africa on the Abu Dhabi Sports channel.

The race will be streamed live on the Fubo.TV and FloSports platforms in the USA and Canada and aired on TUDN in Mexico and Central America, while the ESPN network will cover Brazil (in Portuguese), the rest of South America (in Spanish) and the Caribbean (in English).

Live streaming is available in China on Zhibo.TV, while in New Zealand live coverage will be provided by the Sky Sports broadcaster.
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