How to watch the Grand Prix Marseillaise - TV, live stream

MARSEILLE FRANCE JANUARY 30 Amaury Capiot of Belgium and Team Arkea Samsic celebrates at finish line as race winner during the 43rd Grand Prix La Marseillaise 2022 a 1743km race from ChteauGombert to Marseille GPLM2022 on January 30 2022 in Marseille France Photo by Bas CzerwinskiGetty Images
Amaury Capiot of Team Arkea-Samsic wins Grand Prix La Marseillaise 2022 (Image credit: Bas CzerwinskiGetty Images)

The 2023 French calendar's traditional opening race, the Grand Prix Cycliste la Marseillaise, is due to take place on Sunday, January 29

The French race in Marseille is always a bit unpredictable and is a good opportunity for younger riders to score a big result. It has historically been the domain of French riders, with past winners like Benoit Cosnefroy and Alexandre Geniez.

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