SBS Sport

SBS into Olympic sports in non-Olympic years like Gymnastics, cycling and athletics

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They always have Gymnastics, Figure Skating, Cycling and Football.

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Any news about the contract between SBS & NBA? I think their contract of broadcasting games end this season

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You’d think that 10 might be interested, but if SBS don’t renew it it won’t go elsewhere. Maybe Kayo Freebies? (so that they can do a big ‘saviour’ announcement a few days before the season starts)

Put matches on 10 Bold with 10 being the home of basketball

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SBS will show the 2022 FIFA World Cup Draw live from Qatar tomorrow (Saturday) morning at 3am AEDT, well before the inter-continental playoffs (involving Australia) are held in June.

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2022 Giro d’Italia LIVE on SBS

The 105th edition of the Giro d’Italia is coming to SBS - with the Italian three-week stage race the first of three Grand Tours within world cycling, all of which you can watch LIVE and FREE on SBS.

‘The hardest race in the most beautiful place’ is the tagline for the Giro d’Italia and the 105th edition of the great Italian race looks to be no exception for viewers in Australia.

The race is set to start in Hungary, with the picturesque Lake Balaton to feature as the riders tackle the opening three stages of the Giro.

A peloton of elite stars of the sport will have to race over some of the hardest ascents in Italy, with Mount Etna, Blockhaus and the Marmolada all key summit finishes ahead of the final time trial in Verona.

Australian stars Richie Porte (INEOS Grenadiers) and Caleb Ewan (Lotto Soudal) are set to race the Italian Grand Tour, with Porte looking to contest the battle for the overall win, while Ewan will be on the hunt for stages in a race where he has five stage victories already in his career.

All 21 stages of the Giro d’Italia will be live on SBS and SBS On Demand, with two times to watch the daily highlights one-hour highlights show; 7.00am and 5.00pm (4.30pm on weekends).

With catch-up replays as well as extended highlights and analysis videos via SBS On Demand throughout the three-week race, SBS is the place to be for all things Giro d’Italia.

Stage 1 - Friday, May 6

8:10pm - 1:35pm (AEST) LIVE on SBS On Demand

10:50pm - 1:30pm (AEST) LIVE on SBS

(LIVE on SBS VICELAND from 8:50pm AWST)

Stage 2 - Saturday, May 7

9:50pm - 1:35pm (AEST) LIVE on SBS On Demand

10:40pm - 1:30pm (AEST) LIVE on SBS

(LIVE on SBS VICELAND from 8:40pm AWST)

Stage 3 - Sunday, May 8

8:15pm - 1:35pm (AEST) LIVE on SBS On Demand

11:00pm - 1:30pm (AEST) LIVE on SBS

(LIVE on SBS VICELAND from 9:00pm AWST)

Rest Day - Monday, May 9

Stage 4 - Tuesday , May 10

8:15pm - 1:35am (AEST) LIVE on SBS On Demand

11:00pm - 1:30am (AEST) LIVE on SBS

(LIVE on SBS VICELAND from 9:00pm AWST)

Stage 5 - Wednesday , May 11

7:20pm - 12:20am (AEST) LIVE on SBS On Demand

11:00pm - 12:20am (AEST) LIVE on SBS

(LIVE on SBS VICELAND from 9:00pm AWST)

Stage 6 - Thursday , May 12

8:25pm - 1:35am (AEST) LIVE on SBS On Demand

11:00pm - 1:30am (AEST) LIVE on SBS

(LIVE on SBS VICELAND from 9:00pm AWST)

Stage 7 - Friday , May 13

7:30pm - 1:35am (AEST) LIVE on SBS On Demand

Rest Day - Monday May 16

Stage 10- Tuesday, May 17

8:20pm - 1:35am (AEST) LIVE on SBS On Demand

11:00pm - 1:30am (AEST) LIVE on SBS

(LIVE on SBS VICELAND from 9:00pm AWST)

Stage 11- Wednesday, May 18

8:10pm - 1:35am (AEST) LIVE on SBS On Demand

11:00pm - 1:30am (AEST) LIVE on SBS

(LIVE on SBS VICELAND from 9:00pm AWST)

Stage 12- Thursday, May 19

7:40pm - 1:35am (AEST) LIVE on SBS On Demand

11:00pm - 1:30am (AEST) LIVE on SBS

(LIVE on SBS VICELAND from 9:00pm AWST)

Stage 13- Friday, May 20

9:10pm - 1:35am (AEST) LIVE on SBS On Demand

11:00pm - 1:30am (AEST) LIVE on SBS

(LIVE on SBS VICELAND from 9:00pm AWST)

Stage 14- Saturday, May 21

8:50pm - 1:35am (AEST) LIVE on SBS On Demand

10:30pm - 1:30am (AEST) LIVE on SBS

(LIVE on SBS VICELAND from 8:30pm AWST)

Stage 15- Sunday, May 22

8:05pm - 1:35am (AEST) LIVE on SBS On Demand

11:00pm - 1:30am (AEST) LIVE on SBS

(LIVE on SBS VICELAND from 9:00pm AWST)

11:00pm - 1:30am (AEST) LIVE on SBS

(LIVE on SBS VICELAND from 9:00pm AWST)

Stage 8- Saturday, May 14

9:25pm - 1:35am (AEST) LIVE on SBS On Demand

11:00pm - 1:30am (AEST) LIVE on SBS

(LIVE on SBS VICELAND from 9:00pm AWST)

Stage 9- Sunday, May 15

7:30pm - 1:35am (AEST) LIVE on SBS On Demand

11:00pm - 1:30am (AEST) LIVE on SBS

##Rest Day, Monday May 23

Stage 16- Tuesday, May 24

6:50pm - 1:35am (AEST) LIVE on SBS On Demand

11:00pm - 1:30am (AEST) LIVE on SBS

(LIVE on SBS VICELAND from 9:00pm AWST)

Stage 17- Wednesday, May 25

8:20pm - 1:35am (AEST) LIVE on SBS On Demand

11:00pm - 1:30am (AEST) LIVE on SBS

(LIVE on SBS VICELAND from 9:00pm AWST)

Stage 18- Thursday, May 26

9:30pm - 1:35am (AEST) LIVE on SBS On Demand

11:00pm - 1:30am (AEST) LIVE on SBS

(LIVE on SBS VICELAND from 9:00pm AWST)

Stage 19- Friday, May 27

8:00pm - 1:35am (AEST) LIVE on SBS On Demand

11:00pm - 1:30am (AEST) LIVE on SBS

(LIVE on SBS VICELAND from 9:00pm AWST)

Stage 20- Saturday, May 28

8:05pm - 1:35am (AEST) LIVE on SBS On Demand

10:30pm - 1:30am (AEST) LIVE on SBS

(LIVE on SBS VICELAND from 8:30pm AWST)

Stage 21- Sunday, May 29

9:45pm - 1:50am (AEST) LIVE on SBS On Demand

11:00pm - 1:30am (AEST) LIVE on SBS

(LIVE on SBS VICELAND from 9:00pm AWST)

(LIVE on SBS VICELAND from 9:00pm AWST)

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SBS unveils cycling team to deliver Giro d’Italia live and free


The SBS Cycling live broadcast team. (L to R) Christophe Mallet, Mark Renshaw, Simon Gerrans, Kate Bates, Bridie O’Donnell, Matt Keenan, Dave McKenzie and Gracie Elvin. Credit: BWP

The Giro d’Italia , the Vuelta a España , and two of the biggest sporting events in the world - the Tour de France and Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift - will all be broadcast live and exclusively free on SBS and SBS on Demand . With more than 810 hours of cycling content across 2022, SBS is the number one destination for Australian cycling fans.

Providing expert commentary and trusted analysis across SBS’s cycling coverage are Matthew Keenan , who’s known for his encyclopedic knowledge of world cycling, world hour record holder and Australian Time Trial champion Dr. Bridie O’Donnell, and Simon Gerrans , whose illustrious cycling career includes victories at Liege-Bastogne-Liege, Milan – San Remo and stage wins at all three Grand Tours, plus a stint in the leader’s yellow jersey at the Tour de France.


The SBS Cycling commentary team, Matt Keenan, Bridie O’Donnell and Simon Gerrans.

Former Giro d’Italia stage winner and long-standing SBS presenter David McKenzie and SBS French Radio’s Christophe Mallet will continue to provide highlights and fan engagement with the popular Zwift SBS Cycling podcast. World champion on the track and multiple national champion on the track and road, Kate Bates brings a wealth of racing experience and broadcast talent to the team. And rounding out the SBS Cycling presenting team is two-time national road champion and founding member of the first-ever independent international women’s cycling union, Gracie Elvin , and internationally renowned sprinter and lead-out specialist Mark Renshaw .


Part of the SBS Cycling commentary and presentation team, (L to R) Kate Bates, Dave McKenzie, Gracie Elvin and Christophe Mallet.

SBS Director of Sport, Ken Shipp , said: “SBS is incredibly passionate about our commitment to cycling — we’ve been giving Australians a front row seat to the world’s greatest events for more than 30 years, and our goal continues to be to deliver the very best of cycling to Australian audiences. We are excited to have a team of trusted presenters and experts fronting our coverage, bringing a range of perspectives and providing entertaining and comprehensive analysis.”

“The Tour de France, Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift, Giro d’Italia, and Vuelta a España are some of the world’s biggest annual sporting events. They’re at the heart of SBS’s sporting line-up and, every year, we provide extensive coverage for millions of fans across Australia. As Australia’s cycling network, we look forward to investing further in the sport to make our coverage even bigger over the years to come.”

The Giro d’Italia is ‘ the toughest race in the world’s most beautiful place ’ and the 105th edition of the magnificent Italian race will be no exception. Clicking into gear tomorrow until Sunday 29 May, the 2022 Giro d’Italia starts in Hungary, with the picturesque Lake Balaton as the backdrop.

The SBS Cycling commentary and presentation team

Australian stars Richie Porte and Caleb Ewan are set to feature with Porte looking to contest the battle for the overall win, while Ewan will be on the hunt for stages in a race where he has five stage victories already in his career.

Australian stars Richie Porte and Caleb Ewan are set to feature with Porte looking to contest the battle for the overall win, while Ewan will be on the hunt for stages in a race where he has five stage victories already in his career.

All 21 stages of the Giro d’Italia will be live in full on SBS On Demand with television coverage on SBS starting at the crucial time in the stage later each night. There are two linear opportunities to catch the daily one-hour highlights show on SBS at 7.00am and 5.00pm AEST (4.30pm on weekends).

The Zwift Giro d’Italia LIVE social show will also air at 6pm (AEST) nightly from May 6-29 on SBS Sport Facebook, SBS Sport Twitter, and SBS Sport YouTube.

With catch-up replays as well as extended highlights and analysis videos via SBS On Demand and the SBS Sport Giro hub throughout the three-week race, SBS is the home for all things Giro d’Italia.

In July, the Tour de France and Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift are coming to SBS for a cycling-packed month encompassing the biggest and best races in the world. All 21 stages of the Tour de France and all eight stages of the Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift will be live and free on SBS and SBS On Demand, with daily highlights and much more.

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Good to see David McKenzie and Matt Keenan back on board for the Cycling on SBS.

I hope the new team do a good job for the cycling coverage for SBS after the departure of some commentators since last year…

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Bumper month of sport on SBS this June

The Criterium du Dauphine is the headline event of the month, with the world’s best cyclists looking for their best form in the primary warm-up event for the Tour de France.

Starting June 5, all eight stages will be shown live via SBS On Demand, with the opening stage simulcast on SBS VICELAND and the remaining stages on SBS.

It’s not the only cycling on your screens this month, however, with coverage of the Women’s Tour from the United Kingdom also worth watching from June 6-11.

The WNBA action also comes thick and fast in June, with six matches live, starting with the Connecticut Sun and Phoenix Mercury on June 4.

Motorsport fans will also have plenty to watch with Round 3 of the W Series from Silverstone and highlights from the World Superbikes both on the schedule.

Ultimate bowls, too, returns in June, as does the FIG Gymnastics World Cup series.

Finally, all your favourite sports programs are back with new episodes of Countdown to Qatar, The Rising and Sportswoman.

Sport on SBS in June

Saturday, June 4

WNBA: Connecticut Sun v Phoenix Mercury

Jonquel Jones leads the Sun into the Footprint Center.

12:00pm - 2:00pm (AEST)

LIVE on SBS VICELAND and SBS On Demand

Ultimate Bowls Championship Highlights

Episode three from the 2022 edition.

2:00pm - 3:00pm (AEST)

On SBS

Sportswoman: Lucy Bronze

One of the most decorated players in women’s football.

3:00pm -3:30pm (AEST)

On SBS

Sunday, June 5

Rhythmic Gymnastics World Cup Series

TBC

Available as a replay via SBS On Demand

Speedweek

The latest from the world of motorsport.

1:00pm - 3:00pm (AEST)

On SBS

W Series Highlights: Miami

A recap of this season’s opening round.

3:00pm - 3:30pm (AEST)

On SBS

W Series Highlights: Barcelona

A recap of this season’s second round.

3:30pm - 4:00pm (AEST)

On SBS

Countdown to Qatar: Episode 11

News and updates in the lead up to the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

4:00pm - 4:30pm (AEST)

On SBS

Criterium du Dauphine - Stage 1

La Voulte-sur-Rhône > Beauchastel = 192 km

9:05pm - 11:05pm (AEST)

LIVE on SBS VICELAND and SBS On Demand

Monday, June 6

Criterium du Dauphine - Stage 2

Saint-Péray > Brives-Charensac = 170 km

10:55pm - 1:00am (AEST)

LIVE on SBS and SBS On Demand

The Women’s Tour UK - Stage 1

Britain’s most prestigious cycling race.

8pm - 12:30am (AEST)

LIVE via SBS On Demand

Tuesday, June 7

Criterium du Dauphine - Stage 3

Saint-Paulien > Chastreix-Sancy = 169 km

11:00pm - 1:00am (AEST)

LIVE on SBS and SBS On Demand

The Women’s Tour UK - Stage 2

Britain’s most prestigious cycling race.

8pm - 11pm (AEST)

LIVE via SBS On Demand

Wednesday, June 8

WNBA: Atlanta Dream v Seattle Storm

Tiffany Hayes leads the Dream into Seattle.

12:00pm - 2:00pm (AEST)

LIVE on SBS VICELAND and SBS On Demand

Criterium du Dauphine - Stage 4

Montbrison > La Bâtie d’Urfé = 31.9 km

11:00pm - 1:00am (AEST)

LIVE on SBS and SBS On Demand

The Women’s Tour UK - Stage 3

Britain’s most prestigious cycling race.

8pm - 11:30pm (AEST)

LIVE via SBS On Demand

Thursday, June 9

Criterium du Dauphine - Stage 5

Thizy-les-Bourgs > Chaintré = 162.5 km

11:10pm - 1:00am (AEST)

LIVE on SBS and SBS On Demand

The Women’s Tour UK - Stage 4

Britain’s most prestigious cycling race.

9pm - 12:30am (AEST)

LIVE via SBS On Demand

Friday, June 10

Criterium du Dauphine - Stage 6

Rives > Gap = 196.5 km

11:00pm - 1:00am (AEST)

LIVE on SBS and SBS On Demand

The Women’s Tour UK - Stage 5

Britain’s most prestigious cycling race.

8pm - 11:30pm (AEST)

LIVE via SBS On Demand

Saturday, June 11

Artistic Gymnastics World Challenge Cup

TBC

Available as a replay via SBS On Demand

WNBA: Seattle Storm v Dallas Wings

Breanna Stewart leads the Storm into the College Park Center.

10:00am - 12:00pm (AEST)

LIVE on SBS VICELAND and SBS On Demand

The Rising: Michael Jordan

Arguably the greatest basketball player of all time.

2:00pm - 2:30pm (AEST)

On SBS

Ultimate Bowls Championship Highlights

Episode four from the 2022 edition.

2:30pm - 3:30pm (AEST)

On SBS

FIFA World Cup Magazine Show: Episode 17

A series that explores Qatar, its culture and ties to football.

3:30pm - 4:00pm (AEST)

On SBS

Countdown to Qatar: Episode 12

News and updates in the lead up to the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

4:00pm - 4:30pm (AEST)

On SBS

Criterium du Dauphine - Stage 7

Saint-Chaffrey > Vaujany = 135 km

10:50pm - 1:30am (AEST)

LIVE on SBS and SBS On Demand

The Women’s Tour UK - Stage 6

Britain’s most prestigious cycling race.

8pm - 12:30am (AEST)

LIVE via SBS On Demand

Sunday, June 12

Artistic Gymnastics World Cup

TBC

Available as a replay via SBS On Demand

Speedweek

The latest from the world of motorsport.

1:00pm - 3:00pm (AEST)

On SBS

Rhythmic Gymnastics World Cup: Pamplona Highlights

3:00pm - 4:30pm (AEST)

On SBS

Criterium du Dauphine - Stage 8

Saint-Alban-Leysse > Plateau de Solaison = 139 km

11:25pm - 1:10am (AEST)

LIVE on SBS and SBS On Demand

Saturday, June 18

Artistic Gymnastics World Cup Series

TBC

Available as a replay via SBS On Demand

WNBA: Seattle Storm v Connecticut Sun

Breanna Stewart and the Storm take on Jonquel Jones and the Sun.

9:00am - 11:00am (AEST)

LIVE on SBS VICELAND and SBS On Demand

World Superbike Championship: Emilia-Romagna Round

All the action from the Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli.

2:00pm - 3:00pm (AEST)

On SBS

Artistic Gymnastics World Cup Series Highlights

3:00pm - 4:30pm (AEST)

On SBS

Sunday, June 19

Artistic Gymnastics World Cup Series

TBC

Available as a replay via SBS On Demand

Speedweek

The latest from the world of motorsport.

1:00pm - 3:00pm (AEST)

On SBS

Sportswoman: Allyson Fenix

An incredibly successful American sprinter.

3:00pm - 3:30pm (AEST)

On SBS

Criterium du Dauphine Highlights

A look back at the eight-stage race across the southeast of France.

4:00pm - 5:00pm (AEST)

On SBS

Friday, June 24

WNBA: Indiana Fever v Dallas Wings

Arike Ogunbowale and the Wings welcome the Fever to town.

10:00am - 12:00pm (AEST)

LIVE on SBS VICELAND and SBS On Demand

Sunday, June 26

Shannons Motorsport Australia Championships

A series of motor-racing events held across five states of Australia.

10:00am - 4:00pm (AEST)

LIVE via SBS On Demand

LIVE on SBS VICELAND from 1:00pm (AEST)

Trampoline World Cup Series

TBC

Available as a replay via SBS On Demand

ProMX Championship: Round 5, Maitland

The premier motocross championship in Australia.

12:30pm - 3:30pm (AEST)

LIVE on SBS and SBS On Demand

Sportswoman: The Dakar Rally

The women who successfully conquered the sand.

4:00pm - 4:30pm (AEST)

On SBS

Monday, June 27

WNBA: Minnesota Lynx v Chicago Sky

Sylvia Fowles and the Lynx face the defending champions.

8:00am - 10:00am (AEST)

LIVE on SBS VICELAND and SBS On Demand

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Tour de France and Tour De France Femmes

Cycling’s most prestigious event the Tour de France gears up for a momentous month of fierce competition this July, with 2022 playing host to the very first Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift, both available live, free and in HD exclusive to SBS from Friday 1 July.

SBS will provide extensive coverage of both the Tour de France and Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift with the men’s race starting 1 July to 24 July and the women’s race from 24 July to 31 July.

Spanning four countries, the 109th Tour de France will begin in Denmark’s capital city Copenhagen, before moving south through France, Belgium, and Switzerland, ending in Paris. The race will feature nine new stage towns, with 21 stages in total including six mountain stages with five summit finishes, six flat stages, seven hilly stages and two individual time trials. In France, the race will visit 8 regions and 29 departments with stage six boasting the longest trek at 220km while, stage five will see the return of cobbles after a four-year absence, with 19.4km of cobbles split across 11 sections.

In a ground-breaking first edition of the Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift, riders will cross three regions and 11 departments over eight days, beginning in Paris and finishing in La super Planche des Belles Filles. The race will feature a total of eight stages including two hilly stages, four flat stages, and two mountain stages with one summit finish at stage eight. Stage three will see the track begin to incline before reaching the striking ‘white roads’ of stage four where riders will navigate chalky tracks through the Champagne vineyards. The race will also feature one mountain massif, the Vosges, during the last two stages, while stage five checks in as the longest stretch at 174km.

For the first time since 2019, the SBS commentary team will be back on the ground in France delivering exclusive coverage right from the heart of the action. Collaborating to bring viewers expert commentary and trusted analysis for the 2022 Tour de France are Matthew Keenan whose cycling prowess brings him to his 16th year commentating the Tour, world hour record holder and Australian Time Trial champion Dr. Bridie O’Donnell and Simon Gerrans, whose distinguished cycling career includes victories at Liege-Bastogne-Liege, Milan-San Remo, and stage wins at all three Grand Tours. Joining the commentary team for the Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift will be two-time national road champion and founding member of the first-ever independent international women’s cycling union Gracie Elvin .

Reporting on location will be former Giro d’Italia stage winner and long-standing SBS presenter David McKenzie , SBS French Radio’s Christophe Mallet and Gracie Elvin. The trio will also present daily highlight’s every evening from 5pm – 6pm on weekdays, and 4.30pm – 5.30pm on weekends. Together the team will deliver a comprehensive experience for viewers with breaking news, exclusive interviews, diverse voices from the race and stories from inside the peloton as they get up close and personal at every stage. Mark Renshaw will provide audiences with unique insights and in-depth analysis on how key stages are won and lost as host of a new complementary digital series The Finale.

With catch-up replays as well as extended highlights and analysis videos via SBS On Demand throughout the four weeks of men’s and women’s racing, SBS is the place to be for all things Tour de France and Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift .

The SBS ŠKODA Tour Tracker App is the place to watch every pedal stroke of racing, with the full stages from start to finish and no ad-breaks during racing. There are also catch-up highlights and videos, as well as additional stage, rider and team information.

SBS will be the home for the television production with all the extras that make the Tour de France the special experience it is for not just the hardcore cycling fans, but for fans of the culture of France, #trolldj and the SBS cycling experts.

Stage Replays

A full stage replay will be available online via SBS On Demand shortly after the stage.

Daily Update

You can also catch up with the highlights from the previous night’s action via our Daily Update on SBS in the morning.

Latest Action/Highlights/Extras/Opinion

The SBS Sport Tour de France website keeps you up to date with all the quotes and latest action from the previous day’s stage. It also brings you opinion and previews on what’s ahead and features the experts of the SBS Sport commentary team, with some fun asides and plenty of video extras.

Plat du Tour

While riders tackle the mountainous French countryside, esteemed French chef Guillaume Brahimi will take viewers on a culinary journey when SBS’s food accompaniment Plat du Tour returns for its third year. Airing during SBS’s coverage of the Tour de France, the series will feature 21 recipes that originate from different regions of France and correlate to the different tour stages.

Recipes include Langoustine and Truffle Pasta from the ancient city of Saint Gaudens, Raclette Savoyarde, a cheesy treat from the alps and Tourte des Pyrénées aux Myrtilles, a blueberry torte from the heart of the Pyrenees.

2022 Tour de France Men’s LIVE on SBS and SBS On Demand - July 1-24

Stage 1 - Friday, July 1

11.50pm - 03.40am (AEST) LIVE on ŠKODA Tour Tracker

11.50pm - 03.30am (AEST) LIVE on SBS + SBS On Demand

Stage 2 - Saturday, July 2

8.05pm - 01.40am (AEST) LIVE on ŠKODA Tour Tracker

8.30pm - 01.30am (AEST) LIVE on SBS + SBS On Demand

Stage 3 - Sunday, July 3

8.55pm - 01.55am (AEST) LIVE on ŠKODA Tour Tracker

9.30pm - 01.30am (AEST) LIVE on SBS + SBS On Demand

Rest Day - Monday, July 4

Stage 4 - Tuesday, July 5

9.15pm - 01.55am (AEST) LIVE on ŠKODA Tour Tracker

9.30pm - 01.30am (AEST) LIVE on SBS + SBS On Demand

Stage 5 - Wednesday, July 6

9.20pm - 01.55am (AEST) LIVE on ŠKODA Tour Tracker

9.30pm - 01.30am (AEST) LIVE on SBS + SBS On Demand

Stage 6 - Thursday, July 7

7.50pm - 02.00am (AEST) LIVE on ŠKODA Tour Tracker

9.30pm - 01.30am (AEST) LIVE on SBS + SBS On Demand

Stage 7 - Friday, July 8

8.55pm - 02.00am (AEST) LIVE on ŠKODA Tour Tracker

9.30pm - 02.00am (AEST) LIVE on SBS + SBS On Demand

Stage 8 - Saturday, July 9

8.55pm - 02.10am (AEST) LIVE on ŠKODA Tour Tracker

9.30pm - 02.00am (AEST) LIVE on SBS + SBS On Demand

Stage 9 - Sunday, July 10

8.20pm - 02.15am (AEST) LIVE on ŠKODA Tour Tracker

8.30pm - 02.00am (AEST) LIVE on SBS + SBS On Demand

Rest Day - Monday, July 11

Stage 10 - Tuesday, July 12

9.20pm - 02.15am (AEST) LIVE on ŠKODA Tour Tracker

9.30pm - 01.30am (AEST) LIVE on SBS + SBS On Demand

Stage 11 - Wednesday, July 13

8.05pm - 02.00am (AEST) LIVE on ŠKODA Tour Tracker

9.30pm - 02.00am (AEST) LIVE on SBS + SBS On Demand

Stage 12 - Thursday, July 14

8.55pm - 02.40am (AEST) LIVE on ŠKODA Tour Tracker

9.30pm - 02.00am (AEST) LIVE on SBS + SBS On Demand

Stage 13 - Friday, July 15

8.55pm - 02.10am (AEST) LIVE on ŠKODA Tour Tracker

9.30pm - 02.00am (AEST) LIVE on SBS + SBS On Demand

Stage 14 - Saturday, July 16

8.05pm - 01.50am (AEST) LIVE on ŠKODA Tour Tracker

9.30pm - 02.00am (AEST) LIVE on SBS + SBS On Demand

Stage 15 - Sunday, July 17

8.55pm - 02.00am (AEST) LIVE on ŠKODA Tour Tracker

9.30pm - 02.00am (AEST) LIVE on SBS + SBS On Demand

Rest Day, Monday, July 18

Stage 16 - Tuesday, July 19

8.20pm - 01.45am (AEST) LIVE on ŠKODA Tour Tracker

9.30pm - 01.30am (AEST) LIVE on SBS + SBS On Demand

Stage 17 - Wednesday, July 20

9.05pm - 01.35am (AEST) LIVE on ŠKODA Tour Tracker

9.30pm - 01.30am (AEST) LIVE on SBS + SBS On Demand

Stage 18 - Thursday, July 21

9.20pm - 02.10am (AEST) LIVE on ŠKODA Tour Tracker

9.30pm - 02.00am (AEST) LIVE on SBS + SBS On Demand

Stage 19 - Friday, July 22

8.55pm - 02.00am (AEST) LIVE on ŠKODA Tour Tracker

9.30pm - 02.00am (AEST) LIVE on SBS + SBS On Demand

Stage 20 - Saturday, July 23

8.55pm - 02.20am (AEST) LIVE on ŠKODA Tour Tracker

9.30pm - 02.00am (AEST) LIVE on SBS + SBS On Demand

Stage 21 - Sunday, July 24 (starts just after midnight)

12.20am - 04.15am (AEST) LIVE on ŠKODA Tour Tracker

12.30am - 04.00am (AEST) LIVE on SBS + SBS On Demand


2022 Tour de France Femmes LIVE on SBS and SBS On Demand - July 24-31

Stage 1 - Sunday, July 24

9.20pm - 11.50pm (AEST) LIVE on ŠKODA Tour Tracker

9.30pm - 11.30pm (AEST) LIVE on SBS + SBS On Demand

Stage 2 - Monday, July 25

10.15pm - 12.45am (AEST) LIVE on ŠKODA Tour Tracker

10.30pm - 12.30am (AEST) LIVE on SBS + SBS On Demand

Stage 3 - Tuesday, July 26

10.15pm - 12.45am (AEST) LIVE on ŠKODA Tour Tracker

10.30pm - 12.30am (AEST) LIVE on SBS + SBS On Demand

Stage 4 - Wednesday, July 27

10.15pm - 12.45am (AEST) LIVE on ŠKODA Tour Tracker

10.30pm - 12.30am (AEST) LIVE on SBS + SBS On Demand

Stage 5 - Thursday, July 28

10.15pm - 12.45am (AEST) LIVE on ŠKODA Tour Tracker

10.30pm - 12.30am (AEST) LIVE on SBS + SBS On Demand

Stage 6 - Friday, July 29

10.15pm - 12.45am (AEST) LIVE on ŠKODA Tour Tracker

10.30pm - 12.30am (AEST) LIVE on SBS + SBS On Demand

Stage 7 - Saturday, July 30

11.20pm - 1.50am (AEST) LIVE on ŠKODA Tour Tracker

11.30pm - 1.30am (AEST) LIVE on SBS + SBS On Demand

Stage 8 - Sunday, July 31

11.25pm - 1.55am (AEST) LIVE on ŠKODA Tour Tracker

11.30pm - 1.30am (AEST) LIVE on SBS + SBS On Demand

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Good to see SBS regaining the rights to the World Athletics Championships after the closure of Eurosport Australia (previous rights holder) last year. It will be interesting to see how SBS will cover the men’s and women’s marathons at the championships given they are held in daytime.

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This is how to cover major sport. Live and on the ground. Many of our commercial broadcasters could learn a thing or two.

I am sure they’ll be on the ground in Qatar as well.

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7 doing their Olympics and Commonwealth games in the studio in Australia doesn’t capture the excitement or atmosphere of a major sporting event.

Even Optus Sport doing the Euros last year was done in Australia

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Awful coverage time and time again. Even the Gold Coast 2018 and they were stuck in some shoebox with a screen behind them. No nice window and soft studio. Just appalling coverage.

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Great to read that the team will be in France, rather than in the studio.

Matthew Keenan and Dr Bridy O’Donnell are the commentators by the looks of it; while David McKenzie, Gracie Alvin and Christophe Mallett are reporting from the ground

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They did have the breakfast show in London.

I find it quite bizarre that a network like SBS would invest in all out coverage on location and a decent number of commentators/presenters for smaller events like Tour De France or larger ones like the World Cup, but a bigger network like Seven who probably has a much bigger budget for bigger beasts in the Olympics and Commonwealth Games does F all and hosts from Melbourne with minimal presence there.

It’s nothing more than the bean counters trying to save money even though it makes them a lot of money.

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