How To Watch: Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race And Hoogerheide World Cup


This weekend brings the first one-day race of the year in the men's World Tour and the final UCI Cyclocross World Cup. Here's how to watch the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race and the Hoogerheide World Cup.

Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race

First held in 2015 as a farewell to Australian Tour de France champion Cadel Evans, the Great Ocean Road Race is now in its third year as a World Tour event for the men, and a UCI 1.1 for the women. The women’s race is 70 miles long, while the men’s race covers 108 miles, culminating with three laps of a 17 kilometer circuit in Geelong.

Read our full preview of the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race.

Territories Available 

North America (U.S. and Canada)



Live Stream Start Times (CST)

1-25-2019Elite Women8:45 PM10:45 PM
1-26-2019Elite Men8:00 PM10:45 PM

Telenet UCI Cyclocross World Cup Hoogerheide

The final round of the UCI Cyclocross World Cup has culminated in a tight battle for the elite men's title. Just three points separate Wout van Aert and Toon Aerts. Marianne Vos holds a commanding lead in the women's World Cup, and Hoogerheide will serve as a final test preceding the World Championships on February 2.

Territories Available 




Live Stream Start Times (CDT)

DateEventStart TimeEnd Time
1-27-2018Elite Women6:30 AM
7:15 AM
Elite Men8:00 AM9:00 AM

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