Women’S Tour Down Under To Be Livestreamed In 2020

Supported by All four stages of the Santos Women’s Tour Down Under (WTDU) will be livestreamed in 2020, a first for the South Australian race. The race will be screened on the Seven Network’s 7Plus online platform with the final stage being broadcast on live TV as well. This development follows the recent promotion of the WTDU … The post Women’s Tour Down Under to be livestreamed in 2020 appeared first on CyclingTips .

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