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How to watch Paris-Nice 2022 – live TV and streaming

Slovenian Primoz Roglic of JumboVisma wearing the yellow jersey pictured in action during stage seven of the 80th edition of the ParisNice cycling race from Nice to La BolleneVesubie Col de Turini 1552 km in France Saturday 12 March 2022 BELGA PHOTO DAVID STOCKMAN Photo by DAVID STOCKMAN BELGA MAG Belga via AFP Photo by DAVID STOCKMANBELGA MAGAFP via Getty Images
Primož Roglič (Jumbo-Visma) is in back to try and win the race he lost on the final day in 2021 (Image credit: DAVID STOCKMANBELGA MAGAFP via Getty Images)

The 2022 European stage racing season is well underway as we enter March and with it the 80th edition of Paris-Nice (March 6-13).

The 'Race to the Sun' is, as ever, in competition with Tirreno-Adriatico for attention and eyeballs this week, though the French stage race can boast a top start list to rival its Italian cousin as stage racing royalty and the best of the sprinting world take the start in Mantes-la-Ville on Saturday.

The Jumbo-Visma pairing of Primož Roglič and Wout van Aert are the most eye-catching names starting the race, though there are plenty more stars besides that duo lining up in France.

Cyclingnews will be bringing you full reports, results, news, interviews, and analysis throughout the race. Read on to find out how to watch Strade Bianche via live stream, no matter your location, with ExpressVPN (opens in new tab).

Roglič, determined to win in Nice after crashing out of the lead on the final day last year, will face off against a powerful set of opponentes during the eight days of competition.

Adam Yates (Ineos Grenadiers), Nairo Quintana (Arkéa-Samsic), Simon Yates (BikeExchange-Jayco), João Almeida (UAE Team Emirates), Ben O'Connor (AG2R Citroën), Guillaume Martin (Cofidis), David Gaudu (Groupama-FDJ), and the Bora-Hansgrohe pairing of defending champion Max Schachmann and Aleksandr Vlasov provide stiff competition for the Slovenian.

The sprinting stakes will be high, too, as the in-form Fabio Jakobsen (QuickStep-AlphaVinyl) and Jasper Philipsen (Alpecin-Fenix) meet for the first time in 2022. Sam Bennett (Bora-Hansgrohe), Dylan Groenewegen (BikeExchange-Jayco), and Juan Sebastián Molano (UAE Team Emirates) also race.

Elsewhere, Classics contenders Mads Pedersen, Jasper Stuyven (Trek-Segafredo), Sonny Colbrelli (Bahrain Victorious), Matteo Trentin (UAE Team Emairates), Zdenek Stybar, Yves Lampaert (QuickStep-AlphaVinyl), and Stefan Küng (Groupama-FDJ) are fine-tuning their form ahead of their goals later this spring.

Check out our race preview for a comprehensive rundown of the big names taking part and the route of the 2022 Paris-Nice.

Live stream

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Paris-Nice will be broadcast around Europe on Eurosport. A subscription to Eurosport Player (opens in new tab) costs £6.99 for a single month, £4.99 for a year-long monthly pass, or £39.99 for a 12-month pass. Discovery+ (opens in new tab) offers the same coverage for the same prices, too.

The races will be aired in the United Kingdom, Europe, and Australia on GCN+ (opens in new tab) and in select other territories. A year’s subscription to GCN+ now costs £39.99GBP/€39.99EUR/$49.99USD after the end of a promotional price in February.

British TV network ITV4 (opens in new tab) will also carry highlights of the race on a daily basis.

In Canada, the rights to Paris-Nice are held by Flobikes (opens in new tab). A year's subscription to the streaming service will set you back $150 in the USA and $209.99 in Canada.

NBC Sports (opens in new tab) will air the race in the USA – that can be accessed with a $4.99 per month Peacock subscription. In Australia, Paris-Nice will be live on SBS Sports (opens in new tab).

Around Europe, Paris-Nice will be aired on France TV (opens in new tab), RTBF (opens in new tab), Sporza (opens in new tab), NOS, EITB (opens in new tab), and Rai (opens in new tab).

If you live outside a broadcast zone or are on holiday outside your country and find that the live streams to be geo-restricted, you can get around this by getting access to them by simulating being back in your home country via a 'virtual private network', or VPN, for your laptop, tablet or mobile.

Our sister site TechRadar tested hundreds of VPNs and recommends the number-one VPN currently available as Express VPN. With ExpressVPN (opens in new tab), you can watch on many devices at once including Smart TVs, Fire TV Stick, PC, Mac, iPhone, Android phone, iPads, tablets, etc.


Stage1Mantes-la-Ville - Mantes-la-Ville159.8km
Stage 2Auffargis - Orléans159.2km
Stage 3Vierzon - Dun-le-Palestel190.8km
Stage 4Domérat - Montluçon ITT13.4km
Stage 5Saint-Just-Saint-Rambert - Saint-Sauveur-de-Montagut188.8km
Stage 6Courthézon - Aubagne213.6km
Stage 7Nice - Col de Turini155.2km
Stage 8Nice - Nice115.6km

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