How To Watch Clásica San Sebastián In The U.S. And Canada

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For fans suffering from a Tour de France hangover, the Clásica San Sebastián provides welcome relief. The mountainous 227km classic takes place in the cycling-mad Basque Country of northern Spain and features many of the Tour de France's top climbers and contenders.

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This year’s field includes classics stars such as Greg van Avermaet,  Michael Matthews, and Tim Wellens, plus reigning Tour de France champion Egan Bernal and Julian Alaphilippe, the Tour's most aggressive rider and the defending champion of Clásica San Sebastián.

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The 2019 Clásica Ciclista San Sebastián is a men's UCI WorldTour event and a women's UCI 1.1 event. The women's race will be rebroadcast after the men's race with English commentary. Live and on-demand broadcast is available to viewers in the U.S. and Canada.

2018 Clasica San Sebastian Replay — Route Preview — Startlist — Preview Show 

Territories Available

U.S. and Canada

Commentary

English - Michael Sheehan & Jonny Sundt

Live Stream Start Times (US Central Time)

EventStart TimeEnd Time
Women (No Commentary) 5:40am 6:30am
Men 8:30am 10:30am
Women's Replay
With English Commentary
10:30am 11:30am

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