Live Start-to-Finish Webcast Coverage Available All Seven Days
SALT LAKE CITY (Aug. 6, 2019) – FOX Sports Networks, which includes FS2 and FSN regional channels, will provide a total of 21 hours of programming across the United States as the broadcast partner for the 2019 Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah on Aug. 12-18. Live start-to-finish webcast coverage will be provided free of charge with Tour Tracker® powered by Adobe®, available from the Tour of Utah website. All coverage on FS2, FSN and Tour Tracker will be available in high definition.
International broadcast coverage will be provided on networks and fee-based services across five continents, including Eurosport in Europe, L’Equipe in France, and ESPN in select countries in South America. The Tour of Utah will reach more than 400 million homes around the world.
The national FS2 broadcast schedule will feature live race coverage from 6-8 p.m. MT for the Salt Lake City circuit on Friday, Aug. 16, which is Stage Four presented by America First Credit Union. The other six days of racing will be shown via tape-delayed programming in the 5-7 p.m. MT time slot. The broadcast team will feature Tour of Utah veterans Steve Brown, Todd Gogulski, Chad Andrews and Kristen Kenney.
KJZZ-TV, which serves households across Utah and parts of five other states, will broadcast a 30-minute Preview Show on Aug. 11 at 8 p.m. MT. A nightly one-hour recap show will air race week on KJZZ-TV in Utah and regionally on FSN/AT&T SportsNet (check local listings).
The Zone Sports Network will provide hourly updates on the Tour of Utah during race weekdays on Aug. 12-16. Tony Parks will anchor the radio coverage heard on The Zone (1280 AM, 97.5 FM).
Tour Tracker® powered by Adobe® returns for a ninth year for live coverage for all seven days of racing. This award-winning global web and mobile platform provides enhanced coverage with GPS race tracking and analysis for every stage. The apps are free to download for iPhone, iPad and Android mobile devices. The Tour of Utah Tour Tracker®announcers will be Frankie Andreu, former professional cyclist and Tour de France veteran, and Brad Sohner, professional sports announcer. Links to the web and mobile apps are available at www.tourofutah.com/race/tourtracker.
The Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah is free to all spectators, making professional cycling one of the most unique sports in the world today. The Tour of Utah is a 2.HC-rated stage race on the UCI America Tour and one of the prominent road cycling events that is part of USA Cycling’s Pro Road Tour. More information about the Tour of Utah can be found by visitingwww.tourofutah.com, as well as social channels Facebook (tourofutah), Twitter (tourofutah), Instagram (thetourofutah) and YouTube (tourofutah).
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About the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah
The Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah, referred to as “America’s Toughest Stage RaceTM,” is a week-long, professional cycling stage race for the best men’s teams in the world. The 2019 event will be held Aug. 12-18. Last year the Tour covered 548 miles of racing and 43,780 feet of elevation gain. Now in its 15th year, the event was elevated in 2015 as a 2.HC-rated UCI stage race, making it one of the premier events in North America. The Tour of Utah is owned by Larry H. Miller Sports & Entertainment. More information about the Tour of Utah and host venues can be found by visiting www.tourofutah.com, as well as social channels Facebook (tourofutah), Twitter (tourofutah), Instagram (thetourofutah) and YouTube (tourofutah).
Jackie Tyson, Media Relations Manager, Tour of Utah