Tuesday, November 24th, 2020

With the summer of cycling just around the corner, the Seven Network has confirmed that it will broadcast the latest addition to the Australian cycling calendar, the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race. Seven will broadcast the event LIVE and exclusive across Australia on Sunday, February 1, 2015, prior to its coverage of the Australian […]

The Tour de France is the world’s biggest cycling race and the world’s largest annual sporting event and the 2014 edition begins this Saturday 5 July. SBS will show every stage of the Tour de France LIVE and EXCLUSIVE (as well as having twice daily highlights). The first three stages of the race will be […]

The Giro d’Italia begins early Saturday morning (Australian time) with SBS ONE broadcasting every stage LIVE for the first time ever. After stage 1 (which SBS will cover LIVE from 2:15am), coverage on SBS ONE will begin at around 11pm on weeknights and around 10:45pm on weekends (AEST) from Saturday 10 May until Sunday 1 June. SBS ONE will […]

The Socceroos victory over Iraq at ANZ Stadium on Tuesday night not only saw the national soccer team qualify for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, but also delivered record ratings for Fox Sports and Foxtel. According to overnight ratings, 549,000 viewers who tuned into Fox Sports’ coverage on Foxtel, making the broadcast the third most […]

The Santos Tour Down Under has a new Australian free-to-air broadcast partner, the Nine Network. There were murmurs a couple of weeks ago when SBS staffed tweeted that they were likely to lose the broadcast rights to the Tour Down Under (TDU) to Channel Nine from next year. Under the new broadcast agreement Nine will be […]

SBS‘s fantastic Tour de France for the last three weeks has averaged around 200,000+ viewers each evening. Since Thursday night as the Tour reached a crescendo in the Alps viewers tuned in droves with 456,000 viewers watching Stage 18 and Stage 19 scoring a then record 604,000 viewers for the multicultural broadcaster’s Tour de France coverage. Last night’s […]

SBS’s coverage of 3,430.50km of the most gruelling cycling event in the world, the Tour de France is now only hours away. As SBS countdowns to its 21st year covering the event, Australian cycling fans will be able to immerse themselves in Tour de France coverage for the next three week as the government broadcaster […]