The 2023 Volta a Catalunya will enjoy an outstanding coverage, broadcasted in 190 territories worldwide

March 15 th 2023 - 11:41 [GMT + 1]

The 2023 edition of the Volta Ciclista a Catalunya, which will be held between 20 and 26 March in seven spectacular stages starting in Sant Feliu de Guíxols and having its last stage Barcelona, will once again enjoy an exceptional media coverage. The Catalan cycling race continues to consolidate its position among the world's elite and its live coverage will once again reach the five continents.

The images of the 102nd edition of the Volta Ciclista a Catalunya will reach 190 territories around the world thanks to its live coverage through 33 television and digital broadcasters and 4 news agencies, as shown in the television broadcasting map of ASO, the company that markets the television rights of the race.

In addition to the distinguished level of participation in this edition of the Volta, which has already secured the presence of the reigning world champion Remco Evenepoel, Tour de France winners such as Egan Bernal and Geraint Thomas and the great stars of cycling today such as the Slovenian Primoz Roglic, there is also an extraordinary international broadcast that continues to demonstrate the prestige of the race worldwide, attracting the great stars of world cycling and projecting Catalonia to the world.

Four worldwide image distribution agencies such as AFP TV, Reuters, EVS and SNTV will provide international coverage of the event, which at the Spanish level will be covered live on RTVE (through Teledeporte), Eurosport and Televisió de Catalunya (through the Esport3 channel). Each day, the Volta a Catalunya will have two hours of live broadcasting so that the development and resolution of the seven stages can be widely followed.

At European level, Eurosport will offer images of the race to 54 territories, while once again this year the race can be followed live in Norway and Denmark on TV2. Live coverage of the race will also be offered by major operators around the world including Eurosport Asia, Claro Sports in several Latin American territories, Supersport in Africa and SSC in the Middle East and North Africa, as well as Caracol in Colombia, SBS in Australia, JSports in Japan, FloBikes in Canada and Sky Sport in New Zealand. Finally, the specialised platform GCN will provide coverage in 120 territories, among other broadcasters around the world who will distribute images and highlights.

These figures once again demonstrate the high international impact of the Volta Ciclista a Catalunya, the third oldest stage race in international cycling after the Tour de France and the Giro d'Italia, which remains consolidated in the world elite within the UCI World Tour calendar and with the presence year after year of the best teams and riders in the world.

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