The race will be shown live across Europe on Eurosport 1. In France, the coverage will be offered by La Chaine L’Équipe, with RAI covering its home public in Italy. Viewers in the USA and Canada should look for FUBO.tv and FloSports; in turn, DAZN will be in charge in Japan.
The world feed will start at 1.15pm CEST every day. That is 8.15pm in Tokyo and 7.15am in the East Coast. There will be four stages to be shown at a different time: the opening thre days in Israel (12.30pm, 12.30pm and 11.15pm, respectively) and the final stage in Rome, at 4pm.
There will be 10-6-4″ bonuses at the finish of every road stage, with 3-2-1″ awarded at the second, final intermediate sprint of each stage (not the first one).
We take advantage of this space in our Guide to also remind you that the Maglia Bianca is awarded to the top GC rider born after 1st January 1993; that the Maglia Azzurra for the best climb is divided into five categories; and the Maglia Ciclamino for the most consistent rider is awarded according to several scales depending on the category of each stage..
Our website’s History section features a section exclusively devoted to the team’s best results in the Giro: link.