Germany Tour 2019 current: Information on schedule, route, live stream and TV broadcast
The second tour of Germany since its reintroduction last year is due. It will be exciting cyclingEvent expects. Therefore, we offer you here all the information on the schedule, the stages and the associated closures, they also find a tour report for Germany tour.
The current schedule for the Germany Tour 2019
|date||beginning||stage||route||Live stream / TV broadcast|
|08/29/2019||4:00 pm||1st stage||Hanover - Halberstadt||Live on ARD|
|08/30/2019||4:00 pm||2nd stage||Marburg - Göttingen||Live on ZDF|
|08/31/2019||16:15||3rd stage||Goettingen - Eisenach||Live on ARD|
|09/01/2019||14:00 clock||4th stage||Eisenach - Erfurt||Live on ZDF|
Results of the Germany Tour 2019 currently
On 29.08.2019 starts the Germany Tour. Here you will find all current results and placings.
These routes ride the cyclists on the Germany tour
The Germany tour will take place in this year's four stages from Hannover to Erfurt through four federal states. In addition to Lower Saxony and Thuringia, the professional cyclists will also be traveling from August 29 to September 1 in Hesse and Saxony-Anhalt, as the organizers announced at the route presentation in Frankfurt am Main. Unlike last year, ARD and ZDF will broadcast all four parts in the main program.
"The Germany Tour is four weeks after the Tour de France and four weeks before the World Cup, so the tour is good and every stage is laid out like a classic," said sporting director Fabian Wegmann on Monday about the tour. In 2018, the tour was reintroduced after a ten-year break.
The first section (185 kilometers) leads from Hanover into the Harz Mountains. Then it goes from Marburg to Göttingen (199 kilometers), from Göttingen to Eisenach (177 kilometers) and the tour graduation from Eisenach to Erfurt (160 kilometers). The organizers have incorporated numerous fan suggestions into the route.
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See Germany tour in live stream or TV
If you want to follow the cycling spectacle live, you can do that online at the ARD. The Sportschau transfers the first stage of the Germany Tour on 20.08.2019. Starting at 1:05 pm, the neutralized start in Hanover starts and from about 13:20 (waymark Hemmingen-Westerfeld) the sharp start begins.
The other stages of the Germany tour will also be broadcasted on ARD and ZDF. But if you can not be there live, you can Live Stream track online on the page of the sports show.
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Traffic obstructions and line closures during the tour of Germany
During the passage times, the road sections on which the cyclists reside are completely closed off. In Hanover, for example, from 13:00 onwards disabilities, which are caused by both the event and the expected onlookers, are expected to increase.
When and where the Germany tour passes exactly and causes blockages, can on the Website of the organizers be viewed. The first stage will lead on 29.08.2019 between Hanover and Halberstadt in the time from 13:00 clock to 17:30 clock in places again and again to blockages and obstructions in traffic. The schedule of the second stage, one day later, runs between 11:50 and 17:10 on a route between Marburg and Göttingen.
Also on the third leg of the Germany tour, blockages will again be carried out to secure the journey on the following day. These take place between 13:00 and 18:00 on the route between Göttingen and Eisenach. And during the fourth and last leg between Eisenach and Erfurt there are closures. Between 11:40 and 15:45 there may be short-term closures of about 20 minutes on the track.
Favorites of the Germany Tour 2019
After their duel at the Tour de France, the fans can look forward to the favorites Geraint Thomas and Julian Alaphilippe to compete in the Tour of Germany. Likewise the German spectator favorite Emanuel Buchmann (Team Bora-Hansgrohe), who took fourth place in France. Traveling from the USA Alberto Bettiol to compete with the other top cyclists.
Also the german sprinters Pascal Ackermann and André Greipel are with the party. Whether they can prevail against the international sprint aces in front of home crowd? With the very strong Caleb Ewan, three-time stage winner of this year's Tour de France, they have a quick competitor when it comes to mass sprint.
luj / ho / news.de / dpa