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Tour de France 2023: See where to watch the most anticipated competition of the year

The first Stage is on July 1 in Bilbao, Spain

Tour the France 2023 route. (Photo: Instagram )

With just a few days to go before the start of the new edition of the Tour de France, which takes place between the 1st and 23rd of July, starting in Bilbao, Spain, ending in Paris, France, the competition released new details about the display of the matches and highlights of the stages.

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The Tour de France, for the United Kingdom and other countries in Europe, will be shown live through streaming platforms such as Discovery, GCN+ and Eurosport, with a cost of approximately eight euros each. For the population of the United States, Canada and Australia, the competition will be aired through the NBC Sports channel, free of charge.

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This year’s edition will be divided into eight stages on flat terrain, four stages with hill climbs, eight in mountainous form, a time trial stage and two rest days that will be in Clermont-Ferrand and in Saint-Gervais Mont- White.

This time, the competition will pass through 11 cities that had never hosted the event.

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