Eurosport will be the exclusive home of the 2017 IAAF World Athletics Championships, which also marks Usain Bolt’s last competitive event before retirement. The channel will broadcast all 10 days of London 2017 from 2.45am AEST on Saturday, August 5. Broadcast times can be found here

Eurosport will broadcast a 30 minute highlights during every stage of the 2019 Jayco Herald Sun cycling tour, plus the final stage live. It will also air a one-hour highlights show for the women’s tour.

Appselec stage 1 (Phillip Island Circuit, Wednesday January 30) – 9.00am AEDT, Thursday January 31
Thule stage 2 (Wonthaggi to Churchill, Thursday January 31) – 9.00am AEDT, Friday February 1
Lexus of Blackburn women’s event program (Thursday January 31) – 9.30am AEDT, Friday February 1
GoFish Nagambie stage 3 (Sale to Warragul, Friday February 1) – 10.00am AEDT, Saturday February 2
Arthur’s Seat Eagle stage 4 (Cape Schanck to Arthurs Seat, Saturday February 2) – 10.00am AEDT, Sunday February 3
Gumbuya World stage 5 (Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne, Sunday February 3) – 1.00pm-3.45pm AEDT, Sunday February 3

Eurosport will broadcast live the 2019 IAAF World Athletics Championships from tomorrow night (September 27) until October 6. Coverage commences at 11.25pm AEST tomorrow night. The event is being held at Khalifa International Stadium in Doha, Qatar, one of the venues for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

Eurosport will continue to broadcast in Australia after signing a new deal with Fetch. The channel will disappear from Foxtel on January 31.

Eurosport has a new Australian home on Fetch from Saturday 1 February.

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Eurosport will be available on Fetch channel 156 on a free trial basis to all Fetch direct retail customers throughout the month of February. It will then be offered as a special interest channel for $8.99 per month. Fetch partner ISP launch dates will be confirmed shortly.

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Ticker being run on screen:

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Eurosport broadcasts many sports like cycling, athletics, winter sports and snooker. If these events are not picked up by other outlets like Fox Sports and SBS, Australian viewers will have to watch them online.

Eurosport will broadcast the Australian Open tennis tournament across Europe through to 2031, extending the partnership with Tennis Australia that has seen the broadcaster hold the rights in the Continent since 1995.

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Wow, 10 years?

Good to hear, there was talk that ESPN US were going to drop their AO rights. Did that end up happening?