Extensive media coverage for the 2019 UEC European Cyclo-cross Championships, with live broadcasting on Eurosport, and on National TVs in Italy, Belgium, Netherlands and Denmark
Cyclo-cross fans are warming up for an entertaining weekend. The 2019 UEC European Cyclo-cross Championships are set to begin on Saturday November 9th with a record-setting number of riders lining up for the category titles, but the Elite, Under 23 and Junior categories taking the spotlights on Sunday November 10th in Silvelle di Trebaseleghe (Padua, Veneto, Italy), are already generating big buzz, and a powerful media coverage is in line for the big day of the European titles.
The event’s full coverage is made possible by the agreement between the UEC (Union Européenne de Cyclisme) and Eurovision, airing the Continental CX show both on the web and TV screens throughout Europe, with 50 connected Countries.
The public of cycling can follow the “Silvelle ’19” European Championships live on Eurosport 1 and Eurosport Player, from 13.40 CET to 16.30 CET. There will also be live TV on RaiSport and Raiplay (Italy), Eén and Sporza (Belgium), TV2/Play and TV2 Sport (Denmark) and NPO1 (Netherlands). The Eurovision TV production setup features 12 cameras on the course, that will follow the big battle of the riders meter by meter.
“Thanks to the cooperation between the UEC and Eurovision, we are ready to offer a high-quality media coverage throughout Europe – explained the Technical Director of “Silvelle ‘19”, Mauro Zamprogna. – Also in Italy, Raisport will provide a 4-hour no-stop coverage: we are looking forward to enhance the technical value of the event as well as the territory and partners thanks to this powerful exposure.”
For those wishing to follow the European Championships closer to the champions, tickets for the Sunday’s races are still available (10 Euro, at the box office or online on Vivaticket), with free access for children under 12 years. The public access to Saturday’s races is free.
On Saturday November 9th, 2019 the Masters competition will open the event, while six European titles will be assigned on Sunday November 10th. Sunday’s programme will start at 9.00 am CET with the Junior Women, followed by Junior Men at 9.50 CET, U23 Women at 11.00 CET, U23 Men at 12.20 CET, Elite Women at 13.50 CET and Elite Men at 15.20 CET.