Eurosport announce Tour de France TV schedule

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Eurosport announce Tour de France TV schedule

Eurosport have announced their broadcast schedule for the 2012 Tour de France, with David Harmon and Sean Kelly, four-time winner of the Tour’s green points jersey, once again guiding viewers through the action from the commentary box.

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British Eurosport and Eurosport HD will be broadcasting live coverage from every stage of the race, which starts in Liege, Belgium, on Saturday June 30 and finishes on the Champs Elysees on Sunday July 22.

James Richardson will present the daily studio with guests including 2004 Paris-Roubaix winner and Tour de France stage winner Magnus Backstedt, Rapha Condor Sharp team manager John Herety, Olympic team pursuit silver medallist Rob Hayles and former Garmin-Cervelo rider Dan Lloyd.

British Eurosport’s provisional schedule is below, while Eurosport HD’s coverage will be confirmed at a later date.

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Tour de France on British Eurosport

June 30 – prologue – Liege-Liege – 1315-1700
July 1 – stage one – Liege-Seraing – flat – 1230-1630
July 2 – stage two – Vise-Tournai – flat – 1230-1715
July 3 – stage three – Orchies-Boulogne sur Mer – medium mountains – 1230-1645
July 4 – stage four – Abbeville-Rouen – flat – 1230-1715
July 5 – stage five – Rouen-St Quentin – flat – 1230-1700
July 6 – stage six – Epernay-Metz – flat – 1230-1700
July 7 – stage seven – Tomblaine-La Planche des Belles Filles – medium mountains – 1230-1700
July 8 – stage eight – Belfort-Porrentruy – medium mountains – 1130-1700
July 9 – stage nine – Arc et Senans-Besancon – individual time trial – 1230-1715
July 10 – rest day
July 11 – stage ten – Macon-Bellegarde sur Valserine – high mountains – 1300-1630
July 12 stage 11 – Albertville-La Toussuire – high mountains – 1200-1645
July 13 – stage 12 – St Jean de Maurienne-Annonay Davezieux – medium mountains – 0930-1615
July 14 – stage 13 – St Paul Trois Chateaux-Le Cap d’Agde – flat – 1230-1630
July 15 – stage 14 – Limouz-Foix – high mountains – 1230-1630
July 16 – stage 15 – Samatan-Pau  -flat – 1230-1645
July 17 – rest day
July 18 – stage 16 – Pau-Bagneres de Luchon – high mountains – 1000-1715
July 19 – stage 17 – Bagneres de Luchon-Peyragudes – high mountains – 1145-1715
July 20 – stage 18 – Blagnac-Brive la Gaillarde – flat – 1230-1615
July 21 – stage 19 – Bonneval-Chartres  – individual time trial – 1230-1715
July 22 – stage 20 – Rambouillet-Champs Elysees – flat – 1300-1700

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