This year the Giro d'Italia knows no limits and will be broadcast around the world. The race, for its 100th edition, will be followed by 194 countries.
Record coverage for the international signal, with four and a half hours of live broadcast for each stage, plus three weekly magazines of 52 minutes each with race highlights, how say the GazzettadelloSport.
The Corsa Rosa will be broadcast in North America on Fubo.TV, starting on USA and Canada from 11:05 GMT. Moving south, TDN will cover the race in Mexico and Central America while the Caribbeans will follow the race on ESPN Caribbean. ESPN network will broadcast all the Giro 100 stages in South America, in Portuguese in Brasil (starting from 09:30 BRT) and in Spanish in the remaining territories starting from 08:30 ART.
Colombian fans may choose where to watch the race on RCN (starting from 08:00 COT) or Señal Colombia (starting from 07:30 COT).
In North Africa and the Middle East the Corsa Rosa spectacle will be broadcast live by OSN, while in Subsaharian Africa debuts as official broadcaster Kwese Sports 1, live from 13:00 SAST for the first 13 stages and from 15:00 for the last eight. South Africa is the only exception with Supersport, exclusive broadcaster live daily from 13:05 SAST with daily highlights at 22:30, repeated for each stage five times.
In Asia the Giro 100 will be broadcast live by LETV in China and by DAZN in Japan, exclusively live from 20:05 on JST, while highlights will be broadcast in South Korea by KT Sky Life.
Live, repeats and highlight will be broadcast daily in New Zealand on Sky Sport, live starting from 23:05 NZST.
To complete the list, the images of the first grand tour of the season will be broadcast in all the world by Sport24, the sport channel available to airplanes and cruises passengers.