The international broadcast feed of the 110th edition of the Milano-Sanremo NamedSport, produced by the host broadcaster RAI, will cover the final three hours of the race live, and will be distributed in 151 countries around the world and cover all five continents across 15 different TV networks.
In Italy, in between the live coverage and the special pre and post-race programs, “La Primavera” will have on the public broadcaster RAI 2 a coverage of around four hours. Starting from 14:30, the race will be broadcast Italy on Eurosport too, which will cover widely the race internationally on 53 European countries, in Australia and in 10 South-East Asia territories, with commentary in 20 different languages.
Free-to-view coverage in Europe will be available to viewers throughout France, exclusively via La Chaine L’Équipe and in Belgium on the screens of VTM Medialaan in Flemish and on RTBF in French.
The first Monument of the season will be broadcast live in South Africa on the screens of Supersport and throughout the Middle East and North Africa, on the OSN channels.
In the Americas, Milano-Sanremo will be broadcast live on the Fubo.TV and FloSports platforms (in the US and Canada), and on TDN in Mexico and Central America, while the ESPN network will cover Brazil, the rest of South America and the Caribbean.
In the Far East, Japanese fans can follow the race live on DAZN; in New Zealand, the race will also be broadcast by Sky Sports.
Footage of the race will also be distributed around world through the SNTV (Sports News Television) and Perform platforms.
International TV schedule available here.