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The Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race will be broadcast live and free across the Seven Network.

In an exciting announcement for cycling fans across Australia, the Seven Network has confirmed broadcast details for the 2024 Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race live and free on Seven and 7plus.

Seven’s coverage will be led by hosts Mark Beretta and James Tobin, and will feature the UCI WorldTour Deakin University Elite Women’s Road Race on Saturday, 27 January and the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race on Sunday, 28 January.

Joining Beretta and Tobin will be the doyen of cycling commentary and aptly named “voice of cycling”, Phil Liggett, former cycling champion Robbie McEwan, leading cycling broadcaster Matthew Keenan, as well as Olympic cyclist and seasoned cycling commentator, Kate Bates, who will provide expert commentary across the two days.


Saturday 27 January, 2024

The Deakin University Elite Women’s Road Race will be broadcast LIVE on 7mate and 7plus.

Local TimesChannels
Melbourne12:00pm AEDT LIVE7mate & 7plus
Sydney12:00pm AEDT LIVE7mate & 7plus
Brisbane 11:00am AEST LIVE7mate & 7plus
Adelaide11:30am ACDT LIVE7mate & 7plus
Perth9:00am AWST LIVE7flix (before 11:00am) to 7mate & 7plus

Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race

Sunday 28 January, 2024

The Elite Men’s Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road race will be broadcast LIVE on 7mate and 7plus.

Local TimesChannels
Melbourne10:30am AEDT LIVE7mate & 7plus
Sydney10:30am AEDT LIVE7mate & 7plus
Brisbane 09:30am AEST LIVE7mate & 7plus
Adelaide10:00am ACDT LIVE7mate & 7plus
Perth07:30am AWST LIVE7two (before 11:00) to 7mate & 7plus


Our Broadcast Partner

Seven is Australia’s leading TV network and the official broadcast partner of the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race. Seven is also the official broadcast partner for an unrivalled portfolio of major sport including the Olympic Games, AFL, Cricket, major horse racing including over 40 Group 1 races, the Sydney Hobart Yacht Race and the NFL.

Global Coverage

The race will be broadcast live across the world through our network of partners and the coverage is expected to be seen by millions of cycling fans around the world.

Please check your local guides for times.

FloSportsUSA, Canada (incl. Guam, American Samoa, Virgin islands, Puerto Rico & Northern Mariana Islands)
Eurosport/DiscoveryEurope, Central America, Latin America & Asia-Pacific (excl. China & Japan but incl. the Indian Subcontinent)
PragosportsHungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia
True Sports Lore Social Channels (delayed highlights only)Worldwide excl. Australia, USA, Canada
ORF (news highlights only)Austria
NOS (news highlights only depending on results)Netherlands


The official Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race social media – Twitter & Instagram – is the best place to catch all the action, results and best moments of the Geelong Classic and Surf Coast Classic.

Full results and reports will posted to our website immediately following the race, while you can catch a highlights package of the Surf Coast Classic on 7plus following the race.

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