News : Tour de Suisse 2019 today in live stream + TV: 8th stage with the time trial in Goms on Saturday – see results here!

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Tour de Suisse 2019 today in live stream + TV: 8th stage with the time trial in Goms on Saturday - see results here!

For the 83rd time, the Tour de Suisse will take place in Switzerland this year. It is considered the most important stage race in addition to the three big ones cycling-Events Tour de France, Giro d'Italia and Vuelta a España. Last year, Australian Richie Porte won the Tour of Switzerland.

Tour de Suisse 2019 on TV and live stream on DAZN and SFR

If you do not want to miss a second of the Tour de Suisse 2019, you can watch the cycling event on television and in the Live Stream follow. Viewers from Switzerland can turn on SRF2. Spectators in Germany can access the live stream of the paid streaming service DAZN. The respective broadcasting times are based on the official timetable. Further information on the respective subscriptions can be found on the homepage of DAZN, The streaming service costs you 9.99 euros and can be canceled at any time. The first month is free.

Tour de Suisse 2019 Itinerary: All stages at a glance

The Tour de Suisse covers a total of nine stages. Start is on June 15, 2019 in Langnau. The ninth and last stage takes place in Goms. We have summarized for you all stages and the associated appointments in an overview.

date stage TV broadcast / live stream
06/15/2019 1st stage Langnau i.E. - Langnau i.E. DAZN, 15.10 clock
06/16/2019 Stage 2 Langnau i.E. - Langnau i.E. DAZN, 15:20
06/17/2019 Stage 3 Flamatt - Murten DAZN, 3:45 pm
06/18/2019 Stage 4 Murten - Arlesheim DAZN, 3:45 pm
06/19/2019 Stage 5 Münchenstein - Einsiedeln DAZN, 3:45 pm
06/20/2019 Stage 6 Einsiedeln - Flumserberg DAZN, 3:45 pm
06/21/2019 Stage 7 Unterterzen - San Gottardo DAZN, 3:45 pm
06/22/2019 Stage 8 Goms - Goms time trial DAZN, 3:00 pm
06/23/2019 9th stage Goms - Goms DAZN, 1:00 pm

Tour de Suisse 2019 in the news ticker: results, overall standings and day winners at a glance

Shortly after the end of the race you will read the current results of each stage,

+++ 21.06.2019: Radprofi Bernal expands its leadership at Tour de Suisse +++

Two weeks before the start of the Tour de France cyclist Egan Bernal has impressively underpinned his role as co-favorite of the 106th Tour of France. The 22-year-old Colombian from Team Ineos won the seventh leg of the 82nd Tour de Suisse on Friday, further extending his lead in the overall standings.

Bernal was able to prevail as a soloist after 216.6 kilometers from Unterterzen to the mountain finish on the St. Gotthard with 23 seconds ahead of the Italians Domenico Pozzovivo and Rohan Dennis (Australia). Best German was on a strong ninth place Lennard Kämna (Wedel). "My team has done a great job and provided perfect support, and we will do our best to defend the jersey to the very end," said Bernal.

The longest leg of this year's Tour of Switzerland was long determined by a group of seven leaders, who had formed before the first of three climbs. In the last third of the 12.6-kilometer-long and on average 6.9 percent steep final rise were all runaways overtaken.

Two kilometers from the finish, Bernal, who already won the traditional long-distance Paris-Nice route in March, started the decisive attack for his solo victory. With 41 seconds, Bernal leads ahead of the last two stages now time trial world champion Dennis and the Austrian Patrick Konrad (+1: 13 minutes).

The round trip used for the dress rehearsal for many drivers will be continued on Saturday with a 19.2 kilometer individual time trial with start and finish in Goms. The final 101.5 kilometer ninth stage on Sunday also begins and ends in Goms.

+++ 20.06.2019: professional cyclist Tolhoek wins stage at Tour de Suisse - Bernal in yellow +++

Cyclist Antwan Tolhoek has won the sixth stage of the Tour de Suisse. The 25-year-old Dutchman from Team Jumbo-Visma prevailed on Thursday at the Flumserberg in front of young star Egan Bernal from Colombia and the Frenchman Francois Bidard. Tolhoek had mastered the difficult final section up to the Flumserberg as a soloist and at the end of the 120.2 km shortest stage of the Tour of Switzerland 17 seconds ahead of his first pursuers. Lennard Kämna of Team Sunweb was the best German in 13th, 52 seconds back.

Bernal (Team Ineos) conquered by a brave start in the last few kilometers and his second place the yellow jersey, which had to give the Slovak Peter Sagan as expected. In the overall standings Bernal is now twelve seconds ahead of the Australian Rohan Dennis.

+++ 19.06.2019: Italian Viviani also wins fifth stage of the Tour de Suisse +++

Professional cyclist Elia Viviani has repeated his day-to-day coup and also won the fifth stage of the Tour de Suisse. The Italian from the team Deceuninck-Quick-Step prevailed Wednesday on the 177-kilometer stretch from Münchenstein to Einsiedeln in the sprint at the mass arrival. Second place went to three-time world champion Peter Sagan from Slovakia, ahead of Belgian Jasper Stuyven. The Cologne Rick Zabel (Katusha-Alpecin) landed as the best German pro on the 45th place.

Sagan narrowly missed his 18th stage victory in the Tour de Suisse on the fourth stage; but he defended the yellow jersey of the overall leader. The 29-year-old Slovak from the German Bora hansgrohe team finished third on Tuesday on the fourth leg.

Tour-de-France winner Geraint Thomas from Team Ineos had crashed the day before and dropped out of the race. Nevertheless, the 33-year-old Welshman will be on the starting line of the Tour de France on 6 July in Brussels. "I had to leave the Tour de Suisse, but I'm fine, I hit my head and had to be sewn over my eye," Thomas wrote on Twitter on Wednesday. According to team information, the captain has suffered no serious injuries. Breaks were ruled out in the hospital.

+++ 19.06.2019: Tour de France winner Thomas gives the all clear - "I'm alright" +++

Title defender Geraint Thomas has given the all-clear in two and a half weeks beginning Tour de France. "I had to leave the Tour de Suisse, but I'm alright, I hit my head and had to be sewn over my eye," Thomas wrote on Twitter, after being around 30 kilometers from the finish on Tuesday at the Tour of Switzerland fell and had to give up. Broken bones, the 33-year-old had not suffered.

The fact that he can not continue his dress rehearsal in Switzerland meant that he would have to do some "big training runs" next week. Thomas is regarded as a top favorite in the Tour starting on 6 July in Brussels following the retirement of team-mate Chris Froome, who crashed last week at the Criterium du Dauphiné.

+++ 06/18/2019: Concern for Tour winner Thomas after fall - Viviani takes victory of the day +++

Two and a half weeks before the Tour de France threatens to fail after Chris Froome and the second top star for the 106th Tour of France. Defending champion Geraint Thomas fell on Tuesday in the fourth leg of the Tour de Suisse and had to end the race prematurely. The 33-year-old Welshman crashed some 30 kilometers from the finish line and the Kazakh Andrey Zeits, was treated for a long time on the road and finally gave up his dress rehearsal.

Thus, the day's victory of the Italian Elia Viviani came on the fourth day of the 83rd Tour of Switzerland almost a minor matter. After 163.9 kilometers from Murten to Arlesheim, the Italian street champion was able to prevail in the sprint against Australian Michael Matthews and superstar Peter Sagan (Slovakia). The three-time road world champion from the German Bora hansgrohe team missed after his success the day before his 18th stage victory in the Tour of Switzerland in total, but defended his yellow jersey of the overall leader.

However, the focus was on Thomas, who has to fear for the start of the Tour de France, which starts in Brussels on 6 July. As his team told Ineos, the Welshman was taken to the hospital for further investigation. The 33-year-old had recently presented in ascending form and underpinned his ambitions for the second victory in the Tour of France. Last year he won ahead of Tom Dumoulin (Netherlands) and Froome.

A longer-term loss of Thomas would be fatal for the British exceptional team. Just last Wednesday Team captain Froome was heavily overthrown during the time trial at the Critérium du Dauphiné, The four-time Tour winner had raced with 55 in a wall and had broken his right thigh, elbow and some ribs. Froome is out for this year's Tour of France and probably for the rest of the season.

In the daily decision on Tuesday John Degenkolb (Oberursel) played no role and finished as the best German twelfth. In contrast, Viviani, who was the best in the sprint this time. "I am very happy because I did not win for a long time, it was my first win in Switzerland and I'm optimistic about the big goal Tour de France," said Viviani after his first win in three months.

+++ 17.06.2019: Tour de Suisse: 17th stage victory for Sagan - Degenkolb in third place +++

The outstanding former World Champion Peter Sagan has left the Sprinter competition for the German cyclist John Degenkolb on the third stage of the Tour de Suisse no chance. The Slovak won on Monday after 162.3 kilometers from Flamatt to Murten with a clear lead over the Italian champions Elia Viviani and Degenkolb. Through the 17th Tour de Suisse stage victory of his career Sagan also took the lead in the overall standings.

Degenkolb subsequently refused his rival's handshake. Presumably, the German classicist was annoyed about the small altercation with Sagan 300 meters before the finish, as the two drivers had clashed several times with his shoulder and Degenkolb had therefore lost contact with his driver.

Sagan is now ten seconds ahead of former leader Kasper Asgreen from Denmark in the overall standings. Third is time trial world champion Rohan Dennis from Australia, 11 seconds behind.

On Tuesday, the fourth leg will cover 163.9 kilometers from Murten to Arlesheim. This is a mountain of the second and a rise in the third category to handle what might be too difficult for the sprinter with a view to the day's victory.

+++ 16.06.2019: Sánchez celebrates victory - Asgreen takes over yellow +++

Professional cyclist Luis León Sánchez won the second leg of the 83rd Tour de Suisse. The 35-year-old Spaniard won on Sunday after 159.6 kilometers with start and finish in Langnau with a lead of six seconds on former World Champion Peter Sagan from Slovakia as a soloist prevail. European champion Matteo Trentin (Italy) sprinted for third behind the Sagan for the German Bora hansgrohe team.

Fourth in the day's ranking was Kasper Asgreen from Denmark, who was able to replace Australian opening winner Rohan Dennis as winner of the overall leader's yellow jersey. At the same time as Asgreen, third-place champion Sagan is in second place before the third stage of the day.

+++ 15.06.2019: World Champion Dennis wins start of the Tour de Suisse - Arndt 27. +++

Australian Rohan Dennis won the opening stage of the 83rd Tour de Suisse and was the first professional cyclist to take the yellow jersey of the leader. In the individual time trial over 9.5 kilometers in Langnau, the 29-year-old world champion won on Saturday in 10:50 minutes - but only 15 hundredths of a second ahead of second-placed Poland Maciej Bodnar. Third was Dennis' compatriot Michael Matthews (10:51 minutes). The first five drivers split only five seconds. As the best German professional, the Cologne Nikias Arndt of Team Sunweb landed at the start on place 27 - 23 seconds behind Dennis.

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