Healthy Ageing Tour will livestream the junior women's race

Monday 25 March 2019

  • Healthy Ageing Tour

The organization of the Healthy Ageing Tour will not only have the elite womens stages broadcasted on the channel Podium TV, - and on a live stream on the internet sites www.healthyageingtour.com, www.DVHN.nl and LC.nl - but will also offer a livestream of the junior women's stages. 

The organization of both stage races wants to give not only the current world top - with champions such as Anna van der Breggen, Kirsten Wild and Ellen van Dijk - but also the talents of tomorrow a podium of exposure. Besides the Dutch teams there will be racing a lot of foreign teams in both stage races.
 

We were already the first stage race for elite women with a daily broadcast, now we are the first stage race in the world that will live broadcast the junior women live

Eyelien Bekkering-De Ruiter, race director

Race director Eyelien Bekkering-De Ruiter is proud that the best junior women from all over the world can be seen in all their home countries. “We were already the first stage race for elite women with a daily broadcast, now we are the first stage race in the world that will live broadcast the junior women live. In this way we want to offer this category a worldwide podium and contribute as the Healthy Ageing Tour to the development of women's cycling.”
 

The commentary is will be done by José Been. The stages for junior women will be commented in English, the stages of elite women in Dutch. At Podium TV (elite women), the websites of the regional newspapers Dagblad van het Noorden and the Leeuwarder Courant and at a screen at the finish, the stages can be seen daily by all cycling fans from nearby and from far. The Healthy Aging Tour for elite women takes place from April 10 to 14 and exists of six stages. The stage race for junior women exists of three stages and takes place from April 12 to 14. Five of the six stages of the elite race can be seen live, the time trial in Winsum will be shown in a summary. Of the stages of the junior women the last 60-75 minutes will be broadcasted.

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