10-20 January 2019,
Adelaide, South Australia

Broadcast & Coverage Guide

In 2019, the Santos Tour Down Under will be shown on Australia's Olympic Network - Seven - for the first time. 

Featuring some of the most knowledgeable voices in cycling on Australia's premiere free-to-air sports channel, the Santos Tour Down Under will also be shown across the world in over 20 nations and through regional coverage. 

For Australian fans, the race will be shown on the Seven West Media's television channels. Live streaming will also be available on 7plus from 13-20 January.  

For those not able to get to a screen, tourdownunder.com.au will provide live text commentary of the racing. 

See below an outline of where the Santos Tour Down Under will be broadcast in Australia. 

International broadcasters can be found at the bottom of the page.  

Tuesday 15 January

Channel Adelaide Sydney Melbourne Brisbane Perth
Channel 7  11.30am
7mate  12.00pm 12.00pm 11.00am 9.00am
Channel 7 - Highlights 11.30pm 11.30pm 11.30pm 11.30pm 11.30pm


Wednesday 16 January

Channel Adelaide Sydney Melbourne Brisbane Perth
Channel 7  11.30am
7mate  12.00pm 12.00pm 11.00am 9.00am
Channel 7 - Highlights 11.00pm 11.00pm 11.00pm 11.00pm 11.00pm


Thursday 17 January 

Channel Adelaide Sydney Melbourne Brisbane Perth
Channel 7  11.30am
7mate  12.00pm 12.00pm 11.00am 9.00am
Channel 7 - Highlights 11.00pm 11.00pm 11.00pm 11.00pm 11.00pm


Friday 18 January

Channel Adelaide Sydney Melbourne Brisbane Perth
Channel 7  11.30am
7mate  12.00pm 12.00pm 11.00am 9.00am
Channel 7 - Highlights 12.00am 12.00am 12.00am 12.00am 12.00am


Saturday 19 January

Channel Adelaide Sydney Melbourne Brisbane Perth
Channel 7  11.30am
7mate  12.00pm 12.00pm 11.00am
7TWO  9.00am
Channel 7 - Highlights 11.30pm 11.30pm 11.30pm 11.30pm 11.30pm


Sunday 20 January

Channel Adelaide Sydney Melbourne Brisbane Perth
Channel 7 10.30am 11.00am 11.00am 10.00am
7mate (Ch 73)  8.00am on 7mate,
then 10.00am on Channel 7
Channel 7 - Highlights 11.45pm 11.00pm 11.00pm 11.15pm 11.15pm

Channel Adelaide Sydney Melbourne Brisbane Perth
Channel 7  WTDU Highlights 3.30pm 10.00am 10.00am 3.30pm 1.00pm

Sunday 10 February

Channel Sydney
Channel 7 - Santos TDU Highlights 1.00pm

Sunday 17 February

Channel Adelaide Melbourne Perth
Channel 7 - Santos TDU Highlights 1.00pm 1.00pm 3.00pm

Sunday 24 February

Channel Brisbane
Channel 7 - Santos TDU Highlights 1.30pm


International Broadcasters

The 2019 Santos Tour Down Under will be broadcast on the following international TV networks. 

Please check local network guides for scheduling detailing.

Europe – Global Cycling Network (live), Eurosport (Final Program)

UK – British Eurosport (highlights), ITV 4 (Final Program), Sports Channel Network (Final Program)

France – L’Equipe (live)

Bulgaria – BNT (highlights)

Denmark – TV2  (live)

Greece/Cyprus – Nova Sport (highlights)

Italy – RAI Sport (highlights)

Norway - TV2 Sport (live)

Netherlands – Ziggo Sport (live)

Croatia – SPTV (highlights)

Portugal – Abola (highlights)

Malta, Israel, Cyprus, Greece, Turkey – Fox Sports (highlights)

Lithuania, Estonia, Latvia – TV Play Sports+ (highlights)

Slovenia – Sport TV (final program)

Pan Balkans – Sport Klub (final program)

Pan Nordics – TV Sports HD (final program)

Ireland – EirSport (final program)

USA -  NBC Sports Gold / NBCSN (live)

Canada –Sportsnet (highlights), RDS (Final Program)

Pan Latin America – ESPN (live)  / Claro Sports (highlights)

Pan Latin America & Caribbean – Directv  (highlights)                                                           

Columbia – Señal Colombia (live)

Pan Caribbean – Flow Sports (highlights)

Pan Middle East North Africa –  BeIN Sports (live) / OSN (Final Program)

Pan Sub Saharan Africa – SuperSport (live) / Startimes Sport (highlights) / Fox Sports  Africa (highlights)                                                                                                

Pan Asia – Eurosport Asia (live) / Fox Sports Asia (final program)

Japan - J-Sports  (live)                                                       

Singapore – StarHub (highlights)                                                

Malaysia – Astro SuperSport (highlights)

Philippines – Solar Sports (highlights)                                                            

New Zealand - Sky Sport NZ (live)



Pure Blonde