Tour de France 2023: Stage Results, Standings and Highlights
The Tour de France 2023 begins on Saturday, June 26 and will end on Sunday, July 18. The 108th edition of the event is scheduled to run for three-week featuring 12 new sites and stage cities. Total 198 riders from 22 teams are participating in the 2023 Tour de France. Cycling fans can watch Tour de France 2023 highlight and live stream coverage on NBCSports, Sky Sports and EuroSport.
The race will have more than 2,000 miles in 21 stages including 9 flat, 3 hilly, 8 mountain stages, and 1 individual time trial. Egan Bernal is looking to win another Tour de France while competitors are expected to give him tough competition. There is a total of 176 riders and 22 teams with 8 riders per team.
How to Watch Tour de France 2023 Highlights in the UK
Eurosport and Sky Sports will show live streaming and Tour de France 2023 highlights of every stage in the UK. The viewers can log on to the SkyGo app through various devices such as Sky HD, Sky Q, Samsung TV, Amazon Fire TV, YouView, BT Vision, NOW TV, etc.
And if you do not have a smart TV then you can watch Tour de France live streaming via SkyGo’s official website from a web browser.
Apart from the UK, the rest of the European countries can watch the live-action on Eurosport and live streaming can be done via Eurosport player for £5.99 per month. It is available on PCs, laptops, mobile phones including Android and iOS devices.
Where I can watch Tour de France Highlights in the USA?
American viewers can follow live broadcasting of the race on NBC Sports. The US viewers who do not have cable can sign up to NBC Sport’s Gold for Tour de France highlights service for $39.99.
There will be no live telecast available in India but fans can watch the Tour de France highlights on the DSport channel.
Tour de France 2023 Stages Schedule
|STAGE||TYPE||DATE||START AND FINISH||DISTANCE|
|1||HILLY||SAT 06/26/2021||BREST > LANDERNEAU||198 KM|
|2||HILLY||SUN 06/27/2021||PERROS-GUIREC > MÛR-DE-BRETAGNE GUERLÉDAN||183.5 KM|
|3||FLAT||MON 06/28/2021||LORIENT > PONTIVY||183 KM|
|4||FLAT||TUE 06/29/2021||REDON > FOUGÈRES||150.5 KM|
|5||INDIVIDUAL TIME-TRIAL||WED 06/30/2021||CHANGÉ > LAVAL ESPACE MAYENNE||27.2 KM|
|6||FLAT||THU 07/01/2021||TOURS > CHÂTEAUROUX||161 KM|
|7||HILLY||FRI 07/02/2021||VIERZON > LE CREUSOT||249.5 KM|
|8||MOUNTAIN||SAT 07/03/2021||OYONNAX > LE GRAND-BORNAND||151 KM|
|9||MOUNTAIN||SUN 07/04/2021||CLUSES > TIGNES||145 KM|
|–||REST DAY||MON 07/05/2021||TIGNES|
|10||FLAT||TUE 07/06/2021||ALBERTVILLE > VALENCE||191 KM|
|11||MOUNTAIN||WED 07/07/2021||SORGUES > MALAUCÈNE||199 KM|
|12||FLAT||THU 07/08/2021||SAINT-PAUL-TROIS-CHÂTEAUX > NÎMES||159.5 KM|
|13||FLAT||FRI 07/09/2021||NÎMES > CARCASSONNE||220 KM|
|14||HILLY||SAT 07/10/2021||CARCASSONNE > QUILLAN||184 KM|
|15||MOUNTAIN||SUN 07/11/2021||CÉRET > ANDORRE-LA-VIEILLE||191.5 KM|
|–||REST DAY||MON 07/12/2021||ANDORRE|
|16||HILLY||TUE 07/13/2021||PAS DE LA CASE > SAINT-GAUDENS||169 KM|
|17||MOUNTAIN||WED 07/14/2021||MURET > SAINT-LARY-SOULAN COL DU PORTET||178.5 KM|
|18||MOUNTAIN||THU 07/15/2021||PAU > LUZ ARDIDEN||130 KM|
|19||FLAT||FRI 07/16/2021||MOURENX > LIBOURNE||207 KM|
|20||INDIVIDUAL TIME-TRIAL||SAT 07/17/2021||LIBOURNE > SAINT-EMILION||30.8 KM|
|21||FLAT||SUN 07/18/2021||CHATOU > PARIS CHAMPS-ÉLYSÉES||108.5 KM|
The 2023 cycling event is set to take place from June 26 and the Tour de France highlights will be shown on NBC Sports Gold and NBC Sports Gold pass.