Tom Pidcock soloes to become first Briton to win Strade Bianche How to watch every stage of the 2023 Paris-Nice: Stages, schedule, start times, live stream info, and more NBC Sports, Peacock to remain exclusive U.S. home of Tour de France

SIENNA, Italy – Tom Pidcock scores a landslide victory and becomes the first British rider to win the Strade Bianche.

Pidcock’s lead dwindled on the last of 11 white gravel sections, but the Olympic mountain bike champion used his amazing descent skills to extend it again in the final of the 184-kilometer (114-mile) course.

And after a short but steep final climb to Siena’s Piazza del Campo, Pidcock had plenty of time to raise his arms above his head. He crossed the finish line 20 seconds ahead of Valentin Madois and 22 seconds ahead of Thiès Benout.

“It will take some time for this victory to come to fruition,” Pidcock said. “When I left, this was not the plan. But it was at a usually decisive moment. I had a gap and I continued.

“Honestly, this week I had a feeling that something big was about to happen today, and it did.”

A day’s break from Sven Erik Bystrom, Alessandro De Marchi and Ivan Romeo had little chance when Pidcock attacked with about 45 kilometers (30 mi) remaining. The Ineos Grenadiers rider quickly caught up with the trio before riding the last 20 kilometers alone.

Pidcock built a lead of 20 seconds, but in the last 10 kilometers it was reduced to six. He managed to stretch it again, and victory seemed almost certain on the last section of cobblestone, where the slope reached an incredible 16%.

There was a brutal crash for Alberto Bettiola, who attacked shortly before Pidcock. After lying on the ground for a short time, he managed to get back on his bike, but had to abandon the race soon after.

The first major European round of the year starts this Sunday 5 March as the Paris-Nice 2023 starts in the Parisian town of La Verrière and ends in Nice on Sunday 12 March.

The 1201 km (746 miles) race will include a total of 8 legs and NBC Sports will provide you with a live stream of each leg which will be available on peacock. The final stage will be featured on Peacock and CNBC. For the full schedule, as well as more information on how to watch/live stream the 2023 Paris-Nice match, see below.

On Sunday, the 81st tournament will take place, a two-time winner of the Tour de France and a bronze medalist of the Olympic Games in Tokyo. Tadej Pogacar and 2022 Tour de France winner. Jonas Wingegaard intend to lead the 2023 Paris-Nice race. Americans Nilson Pauless, Matteo JorgensonAnd Larry Warbass expected to compete. Among other notable cyclists Arnaud Demar, Alexander Kristoff, Stefan KüngAnd Daniel Martinez.

How to watch 2023 Paris-Nice:

*All times shown are Eastern European Time and are subject to change.

date Time Stage Platform
Sun, March 5 9:10 am Stage 1: Canopy peacock
Mon, March 6 8:55 am Stage 2: Bazenville / Fontainebleau peacock
Tue, March 7 8:55 am Stage 3: Dampierre-en-Burly peacock
Wed March 8 8:55 am Stage 4: Saint-Amant-Montron/Guardians peacock
Thu, March 9 8:55 am Stage 5: Saint-Symphorien-sur-Coise / Saint-Paul-Trois-Chateau peacock
Fri, March 10 8:55 am Stage 6: Tourves / La Colle-sur-Loup peacock
Sat, March 11 7:05 am Stage 7: Nice / Col de la Cuyol peacock
Sun, March 12 8 a.m Stage 8: Good peacockCNNBC

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NBC Sports, Peacock and the Amaury Sport Organization (ASO) today announced a six-year extension to the exclusive US media rights to the Tour de France.

Starting from 111th Tour de France in June 2024, Peacock will be the exclusive home of the Tour de France in the United States until 2029 with live broadcast of each stage. Selected stages will also air live on NBC for three weeks. Peacock’s daily coverage will include NBC Sports studio shows before and after the race, full replays, highlights, performance reviews, driver interviews and more.

As part of a previous agreement, NBC Sports and Peacock will present the full live coverage of the 110th Tour de France this summer (July 1-23, 2023). The full NBC Sports schedule for the 2023 Tour de France will be announced in the coming months.

“We are delighted to enter into this long-term agreement with ASO to bring the world’s most prestigious live cycling competition to Peacock for years to come,” said John Miller, president of NBC Sports Acquisitions and Partnerships. “Through the Tour de France and our extensive cycling portfolio, we are proud to continue to be the home of cycling in the United States by continuing to support Peacock’s best-in-class roster of live sports programming.”

“We are delighted to be able to expand our long-term partnership with NBCUniversal, which promotes the Tour de France and all of ASO’s major sporting events to the American public on a cross-platform basis, including women’s cycling such as the Tour de France. Femmes avec Zwift, which NBC Sports has supported since its first release in July 2022. Combined coverage through Peacock, which will show all the races from start to finish, and network TV will ensure everyone has access to the best in the world. a ride on the bicycle. Super fans won’t miss any of the corners that cycling has to offer. NBC Sports will remain the home of cycling in the United States for another six years, and in 2029 we will be celebrating the 29th anniversary of a historic partnership that is proof of America’s true love for cycling and the Tour,” said Jan Le Menner, CEO of ASO

As part of the agreement, NBC Sports will introduce many additional ASO events throughout the year, including cycling competitions such as La Vuelta a España, which is the last Grand Tour of the year after the Tour de France, Carrefour’s La Vuelta Feminina. es, Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift, Spring Classics including men’s and women’s Paris-Roubaix, Paris-Roubaix Femmes avec Zwift, Ardennaises Classics (men and women) such as La Fleche Wallonne and Liege-Bastogne-Liege, Criterium du Dauphine and Paris Tours. Also included are the Schneider Electric Marathon de Paris, the second largest marathon in the world, and Rally Dakarthe toughest off-road endurance race in the world.

Comcast/NBC Sports has been home to the Tour de France since 2001.


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