Aviva Womens Tour 17 to 21 June tv coverage

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Aviva Womens Tour 17 to 21 June tv coverage

Post by Woolfie on Wed Jun 17, 2015 10:12 pm

The 2015 Aviva Women's Tour will again be televised by ITV4, who will screen highlights of the event every evening so you can keep up-to-date with all of the action from Britain's biggest women's cycling event.

This June you'll be able to enjoy highlights of the Aviva Women's Tour at 8pm every evening during the race, presented by Ned Boulting on ITV4.

Presented by Ned Boulting, ITV4 will bring you a one-hour highlights programme at 8pm every evening of the race from Wednesday 17 to Sunday 21 June. In addition to being repeated the following morning, every programme will also be available via catch-up on the ITV Player for 30-days after broadcast.

Stage One, Bury St Edmunds to Aldeburgh 2000, Wednesday 17 June (Repeated at 1110 on Thursday 18 June)
Stage Two, Braintree to Clacton 2000, Thursday 18 June (Repeated at 1105 on Friday 19 June)
Stage Three, Oundle to Kettering 2000, Friday 19 June (Repeated 1110 on Saturday 20 June)
Stage Four, Waltham Cross to Stevenage 2000, Saturday 20 June (Repeated 1110 on Sunday 21 June)
Stage Five, Marlow to Hemel Hempstead 2000, Sunday 21 June (Repeated 1115 on Monday 22 June)

The following channels around the world will also be showing the Aviva Women's Tour 2015, please check local schedules for exact broadcast details.
British Eurosport (UK & Ireland), daily highlights
Eurosport (pan-Europe) - post-race show only
Eurosport Asia (pan-Asia), daily highlights
L'Equipe (France and various overseas territories including Australia and New Zealand)
The Bike Channel (Italy)
Sport Channel (Israel)

If you just can't wait, take a look at our video page for our highlights and exclusive behind the scenes footage of the 2014 event.

Don't forget to also subscribe to our YouTube channel.

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