The 108th Milano-Sanremo NamedSport will be broadcast in 185 countries right across the five continents. The 2017 edition of the race will be shown live by 16 TV networks.
RAI, the WorldTour event’s host broadcaster, will produce three hours live coverage of the race, broadcasting it in Italy on Rai Sport and Rai Sport + HD, with the final part live on Rai 2.
Eurosport will show La Primavera live throughout the whole of Europe, with the exception of France where l’Equipe will air the event race on its free-to-air channel. In Switzerland the race will be broadcast by SRG SSR and in Beglium by the French speaking channel RTBF.
In Asia, the exclusive live broadcast in Japan will be on DAZN, while in China the race will be broadcast on the Web TV Hysport. Eurosport will also broadcast the race in 15 territories across the Asia Pacific region, while in New Zealand the Milano-Sanremo NamedSport will be broadcast exclusively on Sky Sports.
OSN network is the right holders for the Middle East and Africa regions, while Kwese Sport will cover the SubSaharian Africa territories with the sole exception of South Africa, where the race will be broadcast live on Supersport.
The 2017 Milano-Sanremo NamedSport can be followed in the Americas on Fubo.TV in USA and Canada, on TDN in Mexico and Central America and on the ESPN network in South America and the Caribbeans.
SNTV – the Sports News Television platform will distribute images from the race all over the world.