The international broadcast feed of the 13th edition of the Strade Bianche NamedSport, produced by the host broadcaster RAI, will cover the final two hours of the race live, and will be distributed in 151 countries around the world and cover all five continents across 14 different TV networks. Record coverage for the Strade Bianche Women Elite Namedsport, now in its 5th edition, which will be covered in the last hour of racing.
In Italy, the men’s race will be broadcast by the public broadcaster RAI 2, which will broadcast the women’s race on its digital platforms with a repeat the following day on RAI Sport + HD.
Free-to-view coverage in Europe will be available to viewers in France via La Chaine L’Équipe and in Belgium on the screens of VRT Sporza, while the rest of the territories of the Old Continent will be covered by Eurosport, as well as in 11 territories of the Asia and Pacific region. Still in the Far East, Japanese fans can follow the race live on DAZN; in New Zealand, both races will also be broadcast by Sky Sports.
“Europe’s southernmost Northern Classic” will be broadcast live in South Africa on the screens of Supersport and and throughout the Middle East and North Africa, on the OSN channels.
In the Americas, the “Classica degli Sterri” (“Classic of the Gravel Roads”) 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 with commentary in Portuguese, Spanish and English.
Footage of the race will also be distributed around world through the SNTV (Sports News Television) platform.