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Live coverage of every TDU stage in 2013
Monday, January 7, 2013
Broadcast and live stream schedule

The Santos Tour Down Under will celebrate 15 years of racing with live television coverage from every stage of the 2013 event.

As the world's best road cyclists do battle on the roads of South Australia, fans will enjoy LIVE High Definition coverage on GEM. The Nine Network, broadcasting the event for the second time, will showcase the thrilling final two hours of each of the first four stages on GEM.

To cap off an intense week of cycling, the final two stages of the Tour Down Under will be broadcast LIVE from start to finish on Channel Nine with Stage 5 on Saturday 26 January from 11.30am AEDT and Stage 6 on Sunday 27 January from 1.30pm AEDT.

Nine's coverage will also feature a 90 minute delayed broadcast of the Down Under Classic on Sunday 20 January, the curtain raiser for a week of world class cycling action in South Australia.

Stages 1 to 4 will also be covered in Nine News updates and a one-hour highlights package will air daily at 11.00pm AEDT on Channel Nine from 22 to 27 January.

The Wide World of Sports website will provide complementary coverage of the 2013 Santos Tour Down Under, featuring live streaming from each stage, video highlights, interviews and features, the latest news and results, expert opinion and photo galleries from the race.

"We are thrilled, along with the Nine Network, to bring cycling enthusiasts right around the country more access to Australia's premier cycling race and the first event on the UCI WorldTour Calendar," said General Manager, Events South Australia, Hitaf Rasheed.

"We are committed to growing the Santos Tour Down Under and the sport of cycling and we appreciate the Nine Network's ongoing partnership to help us make this happen."

Phil Liggett and Paul Sherwen will return to commentate all the racing, with Nine's Tim Gilbert hosting the coverage throughout the week.

2013 Tour Down Under – Broadcast schedule:

Down Under Classic – Sunday, January 20: Delayed coverage on Nine, after the cricket. Live streaming on wideworldofsports.com.au from 7.30pm AEDT.

TDU Stage 1 - Tuesday, January 22: Last two hours of the stage LIVE on GEM from 1.00pm AEDT. Live streaming on wideworldofsports.com.au from 1.00pm AEDT. One hour highlights show on Nine at 11.00pm.

TDU Stage 2 - Wednesday, January 23: Last two hours of the stage LIVE on GEM from 12.30pm AEDT. Live streaming on wideworldofsports.com.au from 12.30pm AEDT. One hour highlights show on Nine at 11.00pm.

TDU Stage 3 - Thursday, January 24: Last two hours of the stage LIVE on GEM from 1.00pm AEDT. Live streaming on wideworldofsports.com.au from 1.00pm AEDT. One hour highlights show on Nine at 11.00pm.

TDU Stage 4 - Friday, January 25: Last two hours of the stage LIVE on GEM from 12.30pm AEDT. Live streaming on wideworldofsports.com.au from 12.30pm AEDT. One hour highlights show on Nine at 11.00pm.

TDU Stage 5 - Saturday, January 26: Full stage LIVE on Nine from 11.30am AEDT. Live streaming on wideworldofsports.com.au from 11.30am AEDT. One hour highlights show on Nine at 11.00pm.

TDU Stage 6 - Sunday, January 27: Full stage LIVE on Nine from 1.30pm AEDT. Live streaming on wideworldofsports.com.au from 1.30pm AEDT. One hour highlights show on Nine at 11.00pm.

Times subject to change – please check your local guides


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