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EBU – France Télévisions and the EBU – .


On the occasion of the announcement of the Tour de France Women with Zwift, the historical broadcasting partners of the Tour de France, France Télévisions and ASO (Amaury Sport Organization) are pleased to announce that an agreement has been signed to offer a wide coverage of this New Event. The agreement, which ensures the live broadcast of the stages every day on the free channels of France Télévisions and its digital platforms, covers the 2022, 2023, 2024 and 2025 editions of the race.

As for the Tour de France, France Télévisions will be in charge of producing the international stream. Its teams will bring their know-how to the event and deploy production resources of the highest standards. The live broadcast of the stages will allow viewers to follow the exploits of the champions each afternoon.

A broadcast agreement has also been concluded between Eurovision Sport, a division of the EBU, and ASO for the first four editions of the Tour de France Women with Zwift, which will cover 54 additional European countries. TV2 in Denmark and Norway, NOS in the Netherlands, VRT and RTBF in Belgium, TG4 in Ireland, RTVE in Spain and SRG SSR in Switzerland are some of the broadcasters who have already included the race in their summer programs.

Thanks to the EBU, historical partner of the Tour de France, all of Europe will be able to see the champions compete for the Yellow Jersey

For France Télévisions and the EBU, the event will also be accessible on all broadcasters’ digital platforms to reach the widest possible audience.

Delphine Ernotte Cunci, President of France Télévisions and of the EBU: “I am very happy and proud of this agreement with the ASO group, which will allow all our viewers, from next year, to discover the Tour de France Femmes on our linear channels and france.tv. First of all, I am delighted because this new event will contribute significantly to the visibility of women’s sport in general, and cycling in particular, a discipline that France Télévisions has supported for many years. Second, as EBU President, I am proud to see this competition benefit from media exposure across Europe, as its male counterpart is already enjoying. “

EBU Director General Noel Curran said: “We are delighted to strengthen our cooperation with ASO and proud to present widely on free channels, the newly created Tour de France Women which will undoubtedly be the most important event. of the UCI Women’s World. Tour schedule. This agreement reflects the constant commitment of the EBU and its members to cycling and marks another important step in our ambition to be the home of women’s sport. “

Yann Le Moënner, CEO of Amaury Sport Organization said: “We are delighted to launch the Tour de France Women with Zwift with our long-time partner, France Télévisions and the EBU. Thanks to them, a very large number of television viewers across Europe will be able to witness the exploits of the champions to conquer the emblematic places which have made the reputation of the Tour de France. Whether they are TV viewers or the millions of cycling fans on their digital platforms, European audiences are sure not to miss any of the challenges that the world’s best cyclists will soon take on. ”

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