Vuelta a Espana 2013 TV Coverage: Where and When to Watch
The Vuelta a Espana recommenced on Wednesday with Stage 11—the individual time trial in Tarazona.
Over the course of six days, until a second rest day next Tuesday, there will be back-to-back stages as the Vuelta enters its middle phase, eventually finishing in a race to Madrid on September 15.
Before then, there will no doubt be dramatic turns of fortune along the way, with Chris Horner and Vincenzo Nibali presently going head-to-head for the lead—all of which will be broadcast live to an international audience.
The details of how to watch the Tour of Spain in the United Kingdom and USA over the coming week, as well as a guide to watching the Vuelta on the internet, can be found below.
|Stage No||Date||Live Broadcast (UK)||Highlights (UK)||Live Broadcast (USA)|
|12||September 5, 2013||Eurosport, 15.00||Eurosport 2, 18.30||Universal Sports Network|
|13||September 6, 2013||Eurosport, 15.00||Eurosport, 19.30||Universal Sports Network|
|14||September 7, 2013||Eurosport, 15.00||Eurosport, 19.30||Universal Sports Network|
|15||September 8, 2013||Eurosport, 15.00||Eurosport 2, 21.00||Universal Sports Network|
|16||September 9, 2013||Eurosport 2, 15.00||Eurosport, 19.45||Universal Sports Network|
Eurosport & USN
All times are listed for UK broadcasts are in BST, while it should be noted that Eurosport also shows a number of repeats in the 24 hours following a stage. Full details can be found on the Eurosport website.
For Sky customers, Eurosport can be found on channel 410, while BT customers should use channel 513. Eurosport 2, meanwhile, is available on Sky channel 411 and BT channel 514.
For those without a cable or satellite subscription, ITV4 will also show daily highlights from the Vuelta with all details available on the ITV website—where live streaming is also available.
For readers outside of the UK or USA, full coverage information can be found on Steephill.
For fans in Great Britain, all stages can be found by subscribing to Eurosport Player for a fee of £4.99, which is also available on a range of handheld devices.
Sky customers can also access British Eurosport via the SkyGo website or app.
In the United States, all stages can be watched live on the Universal Sports Network website.
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