Cycling on TV September 18, 2022 | After an early World Cup morning, still a sprint race and cross in the afternoon

Let’s get started! On Sunday, September 18, the cycling spectacle will kick off in Australia, with the men’s individual time trial in the night from Saturday to Sunday. After we have rubbed the sleep from our eyes, we can also look at another course on the couch in the afternoon. In the leader’s jersey List here where and at what time you should switch on.

TV and times World Championship time trial men and women 2022

The World Cycling Championships will be organized on the other side of the world this year. That is great fun for the globalization of the sport, for the riders who ride there and for the audience present, but cycling fans from the Netherlands and Belgium are disappointed. They have to set the alarm if they want to see something of the spectacle.

The individual time trials for the women and the men are completed in the middle of the night. For the women you may still be able to stay up, as the first rider rolls off the starting podium at 1.35 am. However, the finish of the latter is not expected until 04:45. You might set the alarm for the men. The first will start at 05:40 am and the finish of the last participant is expected around 09:00 am.

Both time trials can be followed via Eurosportthe NOS and sporza. The NOS (NPO 1) switches on with the women from 1.30 am, Eurosport 1 and Sporza (Eén) are available from 3 am. For the men, Eurosport and the NOS will start broadcasting at 05.30, Sporza at 07:00.

TV and times Gooikse Pijl 2022

Sprint again in Belgium? It just might. The autumn classics at our southern neighbors often have a familiar ending. At the Championship of Flanders Fabio Jakobsen won and the Primus Classic was for Jordi Meeus. Quite a few altimeters are consumed in the Gooikse Pijl, but the fast men must still be considered capable of sprinting in the streets of Gooik.

The Gooikse Pijl will only be broadcast on Sunday via Proximus in Belgium. Bad news for Dutch cycling fans, who have to wait for the race report of In de Leiderstrui.

TV and times Grand Prix d’Isbergues

In addition to Australia and Belgium, there will also be races in France on Sunday. The 1.1-day race Grand Prix d’Isbergues is fairly well occupied, especially by men from their own country. Arnaud Démare, Bryan Coquard and Clément Venturini will ride a home race, but the organization will certainly look forward to the arrival of Caleb Ewan (Lotto Soudal), Greg Van Avermaet (AG2R) and Tim Merlier (Alpecin-Deceuninck).

Unfortunately, there are no live images of the race, at least not in the Netherlands and Belgium. It will be broadcast in France, so we have to look online for a good stream. If you don’t feel like it, you will find the report on the website of . after the finish In the leader’s jersey.

TV and times Exact Cross Kruibeke

Cyclocross! Yes! The first cross was actually already ridden on Saturday in Mechelen, but the real cyclocross calendar officially starts on Sunday 18 September. Then the ladies and gentlemen from cyclo-cross come together in Kruibeke, where the first Exact Cross will be ridden. Who’s showing good legs so early in the season?

Live images of the cross can be found via Proximus (VTM) and via Eurosport. In Belgium they start broadcasting at 4 pm, Eurosport starts at 4.15 pm with the cross for women, via Eurosport 1 and the Eurosport Player. It’s the turn of the gentlemen at 5.30 p.m. on both Eurosport channels. Proximus will continue the broadcast until 7 pm.

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