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The 2019 Tour de France beings on Saturday, July 6 in Brussels, Belgium. There will be, as usual, 21 stages at this tournament.
We’ve compiled a Tour de France TV schedule to help you figure out when coverage will start in Australia.
Television coverage of the Tour de France will again be available on SBS. There is yet to be any official announcement of how the Tour will be covered but it is likely it will again be broadcast on SBS HD, beginning each night at 8:30 PM AEST.
The Roar will be live blogging each stage and presenting a stage recap diary, as well as daily expert analysis.
|Sat, July 6||1||Brussels||192km||SBS|
|Sun, July 7||2||Brussels-Palais Royal – Brussels-Atomium||27km||SBS|
|Mon, July 8||3||Binche – Epernay||214km||SBS|
|Tue, July 9||4||Reims – Nancy||215km||SBS|
|Wed, July 10||5||Saint-Dié-des-Vosges – Colmar||169km||SBS|
|Thu, July 11||6||Mulhouse – La Planche des Belles Filles||157km||SBS|
|Fri, July 12||7||Belfort – Chalon-sur-Saône||230km||SBS|
|Sat, July 13||8||Mâcon – Saint-Étienne||199km||SBS|
|Sun, July 14||9||Saint-Étienne – Brioude||170km||SBS|
|Mon, July 15||10||Saint-Flour – Albi||218km||SBS|
|Tue, July 15||Rest day|
|Wed, July 17||11||Albi – Toulouse||167km||SBS|
|Thu, July 18||12||Toulouse – Bagnères-de-Bigorre||202km||SBS|
|Fri, July 19||13||Pau||27km||SBS|
|Sat, July 20||14||Tarbes – Col du Tourmalet||117km||SBS|
|Sun, July 21||15||Limoux – Foix||185km||SBS|
|Mon, July 22||Rest day|
|Tue, July 23||16||Nîmes||177km||SBS|
|Wed, July 24||17||Pont du Gard – Gap||206km||SBS|
|Thu, July 25||18||Embrun – Valloire||207km||SBS|
|Fri, July 26||19||Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne – Tignes||123km||SBS|
|Sat, July 27||20||Albertville – Val Thorens||131km||SBS|
|Sun, July 28||21||Rambouillet – Paris/Champs-Élysées||127km||SBS|