The series inspired by the Grand Tour Plat du Tour also returns from July 1, hosted by the famous French chef Guillaume Brahimi.
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The most famous and anticipated event in the cycling calendar is back Tour de France Get ready for a month of captivating fun, fierce competition and breathtaking scenery. SBS, the home of cycling in Australia, will capture all the action and provide exclusive, comprehensive coverage of the Tour de France And The Women’s Tour de France with ZwiftThe men’s race runs from July 1 to July 23 and the women’s race runs from July 23 to July 30.
110 Tour de France He travels through Spain and France, leaving Bilbao, the largest city in the Spanish Basque Country. The tour visits six regions and 23 departments across France and ends on the world’s most famous avenue, the Champs-Elysées. Of the 21 stages of the Tour, there will be eight flat stages, four mountain stages, eight mountain stages – including four summit finishes – and an individual time trial for the cyclists. Within the 40 scenic cities the Tour crossed, there will be 12 first stage starts. Visiting France’s five mountain mastiffs – the Pyrenees, Massif Central, Jura, Alps and Vosges – the Tour route 2023 will be a worthy challenge for dynamic climbers.
the The Women’s Tour de France with Zwift, again for a second year after a historic and memorable launch in 2022. Riders will travel across the beautiful French countryside to start the Tour in Clermont-Ferrand, before cruising across the country, then venturing through three regions and 12 sections to the finish line at the edge of the Pau Mountains. in France. Eight stages The Women’s Tour de France with Zwift It includes four flat stages, two uphill stages, one mountain stage and an individual time trial. Consisting of two mountain ranges, the Tour gradually builds in difficulty as riders cross from one side of the Massif Central to the other over the first six stages. Stage seven includes the famous Col du Tourmalet in the Pyrenees, and the final stage is a 22km individual time trial around Pau.
SBS’ expert team of commentators will be on the ground to catch all the action in Spain and France. Report the site and bring all the twists in 2023 Tour de France And The Women’s Tour de France with Zwift Our highly trusted team of commentators will be the ‘Voice of Australian Cycling’ Matthew KeenanWearer of the yellow jersey in the Tour de France, and multiple TDF stage winner Simon GerransAnd the national trials champion Dr. Brady O’Donnell. Australian National Road Race Champions David Mackenzie And Gracie Elvinnext to Christophe Mallet She’ll conduct exclusive interviews, provide insight into race tactics, and feature stories of cultural and historical significance. Meanwhile, an Australian Olympian and famous man Mark Renshaw He will be based in Australia and will provide the audience with expert insights and post-stage analysis on our digital platforms.
Every step and exciting moment Tour de France And The Women’s Tour de France with Zwift You will be broadcasting live via SBS On Demand – the home of cycling, where you can also take advantage of the new Tour de France hub for a variety of re-catch-ups, stretches, mini stage recaps and more video content. SBS Sport is the place to get the latest updates, opinions, expert analysis, statistics and short videos. the Tour de France And The Women’s Tour de France with Zwift Airing times vary, with most broadcasts starting at 9:30pm AEST (full schedule here). All stages will also be streamed live on the SBS ŠKODA Tour Tracker App which will provide continuous coverage, as well as live data and driver stats so fans can keep up with all the action.
said Ken Shipp, SBS Sports Director: SBS is proud to be the unparalleled home of cycling in Australia, and on top of that our exclusive coverage of the Tour de France – one of the world’s biggest sporting events. Our team will be at the forefront of all the great moments and action sports that our team will witness Tour de France And The Women’s Tour de France with Zwift To return. SBS is very pleased to continue to provide Australian audiences with world class coverage with expert commentary, provide exclusive access to world cycling stars and showcase our Australian competitors. »
The SBS Tour de France podcast also returns, hosted by Mallet and McKenzie, along with experts and special guests. Covering both the men’s and women’s event, the podcast features race updates, rider interviews, and great conversations about the quintessential “French” things that make this bike race special.
accompanied by Tour de FranceThe famous French Australian chef Ibrahimi clouds Back to SBS with round dish First Saturday in July. Guillaume will still travel through France Tour de France locations and take viewers on a culinary journey to discover the fascinating French culinary culture in each region, while meeting some of the country’s best food producers. It airs during SBS’s coverage of Tour de FranceThe series will include 21 recipes, for the 21 stages of the Tour de France, while Guillaume colors the “Plat du Tour” with delicious traditional French dishes related to the culture and traditions of each town and village in the Tour.
Guillaume travels the most beautiful places in Spain and France and covers all stages of the Tour, including the official starting line of the Tour de France Bilbao Spain where he cooks on the balcony of the Guggenheim Museum. Guillaume also visits Bordeaux France where he discovers a secret to the city’s cuisine, and the quaint French village of Saint Gervais where he visits a chocolatier and learns how to make a special local dessert.
round dish Mouthwatering recipes include delicious Basque cheesecake from the Basque region of Spain, classic French Le Coq au vin sauce from the historic Rhône wine region, and savory lobster and saffron from Passy. , an attractive and picturesque French city just 30 km from the Italian border.
round dish The clips will be available on SBS Food Online and SBS On Demand and will air as specials on SBS Food from July 27 post 2023. Tour de France made. round dish Produced by Blink TV for SBS.
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