The Greatest Sporting Event Is Upon Us.Le Tour Starts Tomorrow
They will be starting out very strong and very hard with an absolutely grueling, nearly 10k vertical feet of climbing out of the gate.
The first stage of the 2023 Tour de France is set to start in Bilbao, Spain, with a hilly 182km road stage that includes 3,000m of climbing on a loop out to the Bay of Biscay coastline. The winner of the opening stage will take the first leader’s yellow jersey.
Enjoy the next 21 days.
|Tour de France past winners:|
2010: Andy Schleck 2011: Cadel Evans 2012: Bradley Wiggins 2013: Chris Froome 2014: Vincenzo Nibali 2015: Chris Froome 2016: Chris Froome 2017: Chris Froome 2018: Geraint Thomas 2019: Egan Bernal 2020: Tadej Pogacar 2021: Tadej Pogacar 2022: Jonas Vingegaard
To watch the Tour de France 2023 live in the USA, you have a few options:
- NBC Sports Network: NBC Sports has exclusive broadcasting rights for the Tour de France in the United States. You can tune in to their channels, including NBCSN, to catch the live coverage of the race. Check the NBC Sports website or your local TV listings for the exact schedule and channel information.
- NBC Sports Gold: NBC also offers a paid streaming service called NBC Sports Gold, which provides comprehensive coverage of various sports events, including the Tour de France. With a subscription to NBC Sports Gold’s Cycling Pass, you can access live streams, full replays, highlights, and exclusive content related to the Tour de France.
- Streaming Platforms: Several online streaming platforms offer live sports coverage, including the Tour de France. Services like fuboTV, Sling TV, and Hulu + Live TV may provide access to NBC Sports Network or other channels that broadcast the race.
- NBC Sports App: If you have a cable or satellite TV subscription that includes NBC Sports Network, you can use the NBC Sports app to stream the Tour de France on your mobile devices or streaming devices like Roku, Apple TV, or Amazon Fire TV. The app allows you to watch live sports events and on-demand content from NBC Sports.