How to watch the 2021 UAE Tour – live TV and streaming

Jonas Vingegaard (Jumbo-Visma) wins at the UAE Tour
Jonas Vingegaard (Jumbo-Visma) wins stage 5 of the UAE Tour (Image credit: Bettini Photo)

The 2021 WorldTour season is officially underway, with the UAE Tour kicking off the top-level season with a star-filled start list on Sunday.

Last year, the race heralded the beginning of the end to the spring season as COVID-19 hit the race entourage and the final two stages were cancelled. This time around, we can be hopeful that the week-long race will reach its conclusion.

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DateStageStart/FinishDistanceStart (GMT)Finish (GMT)
February 21Stage 1Al Dhafra Castle – Al Mirfa176km08:2512:30
February 22Stage 2Al Hudayriat Island – Al Hudayriat Island13kmRow 1 - Cell 4 12:30
February 23Stage 3Al Ain Strata Manufacturing – Jebel Hafeet166km08:2512:30
February 24Stage 4Al Marjan Island – Al Marjan Island204km07:4512:30
February 25Stage 5Fujairah Marine Club – Jebel Jais170km08:0512:30
February 26Stage 6Deira Island – Palm Jumeirah165km08:3512:30
February 27Stage 7Yas Mall – Abu Dhabi Breakwater147km09:0512:30

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