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The 2018 Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race will again be broadcast on Channel 7 and the 7Plus app. Our UCI WorldTour Elite Men’s Race and Deakin University Women’s Race will be broadcast internationally across Europe, Asia, North and South America.
Here is all the information about where you can watch the best cyclists compete for glory across the ultimate weekend of cycling.
Towards Zero Race Melbourne – Thursday 25 January, 2018
Deakin University Elite Women’s Race – Saturday 27 January, 2018
The Deakin University Elite Women’s Road Race will be streamed LIVE on 7plus and highlights will also be on Channel 7, 7TWO and 7plus on Sunday January 28 from 10am.
This year’s race will see the best and fastest riders in women’s cycling as they race for victory in the first women’s One Day Classic of the 2018 season.
UCI WorldTour Elite Men’s Race – Sunday 28 January, 2018
LIVE on Channel 7 and the 7plus app
The Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race will be hosted by Sunrise sports presenter Mark Beretta, with expert commentary from the ‘voice of cycling’ Phil Liggett. Tour de France commentator Matt Keenan will provide race commentary, with former cycling star Robbie McEwen – a triple winner of the Green sprinters jersey in the Tour De France – right in the middle of the action reporting live from a motorbike as he follows the 111 riders.
Sam Lane will be reporting on all the colour and action from around the course as the teams’ race through some of Victoria’s most scenic, but challenging, roads.
Watch how hard the riders are working with LIVE data – speed, power, heart rate, and cadence. Produced by Velon, this data is used in our Elite Men’s broadcast coverage and online here.SEE LIVE DATA
Spectators will also be able to watch the action live on big screens at the races. Check out our Spectator Guide for all the information about the cheer-sites, event villages, entertainment and more.Spectator Guide
Seven is Australia’s leading TV network and the official broadcast partner of the inaugural Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race.
Seven is also the official broadcast partner for an unrivalled portfolio of major sporting events including the Summer and Winter Olympics, AFL, all major Australian tennis and golf tournaments as well as Davis Cup, Wimbledon and the US Masters, the Sydney-Hobart Yacht Race and the NFL.
Live broadcasting of the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race 2018 has been secured with pan-regional partnerships in every continent around the World with Discovery/Eurosport covering Europe and South East Asia, DAZN in Japan, Sky NZ, OSN in MENA, KWESE Sport and Super Sports in Sub-Saharan Africa, FUBO.tv in North America, ESPN and TDN throughout Mexico and LATAM.
The race will be broadcasted in more than 100 territories and the coverage is expected to be seen by millions of cycling fans around the World.
inCycle which is the most comprehensive cycling television series in the World will create bespoke features and clips to be published through Facebook, Youtube and Twitter.
SNTV (Sports News TV) will support the event and will distribute news coverage around the globe.
Learn more about the iconic locations that are featured in the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race here.
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