The start of the Coffee Race can be watched live across Europe on the Eurosport International digital platform, or on TV in Switzerland via RTS, in Germany on NDR, in the Balkans on Sport Klub and Sport TV and in the Baltic states and Eastern Europe via the Sia Media Group.
Thanks to the distribution network developed by A.S.O., the start can even be seen elsewhere around the world on Mondovision, as it will be broadcast on Supersport and Startimes, which cover 52 areas in Sub-Saharan Africa, on Dubai Sport throughout the Middle East, on Fox in Australia, Solar Sport in the Philippines, Sport5 in Israel and on SportsMax in the Caribbean.
After the start, the magazine shows produced by the Transat Jacques Vabre Normandie le Havre will also be broadcast around the world.
In Europe, Eurosport International will show these programmes in 54 countries. They will also be broadcast by twenty Europena broadcasters, including Abola in Portugal, Sport10 in Belgium, Nova Sport in Greece, Turk Telekom in Turkey and on the German channel, More Than Sport.
Looking beyond Europe, the magazine shows will be also be shown in Africa, theMiddle East, Canada and the U.S., South America, China, Australia, New Zealand and S.E. Asia.
- Finally, various international channels such as TV5 Monde (daily clips and 52-minute long round-up) in French, CNBC (52-minute long round-up) and Edge Sport (Live and 52-minute long round-up) in English, will complete the arrangements, enabling the Transat Jacques Vabre to be seen in 190 countries.