2014 Grand Prix Cycliste de Montreal LIVE

 

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- 2014 GP de Montreal Live Online Coverage Guide -

 

GP de Montreal: City Circuit Map

GP de Montreal: City Circuit Profile

 Notes:  (latest notes always appear at the top)

 
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- Videos: Grand Prix of Quebec/Montreal Videos


- Simon Gerrans (Orica-GreenEDGE) won the 2014 GP de Montreal.

- Official site updates LIVE here.

- LIVE video here and here.  (sportsnet.ca, geo-restricted)

- This page will be updated throughout the race.

- GP de Montreal map/circuit, profile and info here.

- Details for the 2014 edition to come the morning of the race...

- The 2014 GP de Montreal will be held Sunday, September 14.  More details to come...

- Results:  2013 Grand Prix de Montreal Results

- Sunday's Grand Prix Cycliste de Montreal starts at 11:00am EDT (17:00 CET) and is expected to finish at around 4:15pm EDT (22:15 CET)GP de Montreal live streaming video should get underway at around *3:15pm EDT (*21:15 CET).  *Eurosport's coverage is scheduled to go live at this time.  There may be earlier feeds but they are likely to be geo-restricted. Will update here at race time.

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- More info and links to come.

- We will update here with the best and latest live feeds at broadcast time.

- Welcome to our live coverage guide for the 2014 GP de Montreal.

2014 Grand Prix de Montreal LIVE
September 14, Canada
Official Website
Start List (.pdf)

Race starts at 11:00am EDT
(17:00 CET)

Finish at around 4:15pm EDT
(22:15 CET)

Live video from *3:15pm EDT
(*21:15 CET)


Montreal

 Montreal weather


Grand Prix de Montreal Live Coverage

Live video streaming:

 

Links to come as available


(Eurosport live stream)
(21:15pm CET)
(3:15pm U.S. Eastern)
Alternative


(beIN Sports live stream)
(-- CET)
(-- U.S. Eastern)
Alternative


(Sporza live stream)
(Belgium only)
Alternative

- more links to come -

(watch GP de Montreal online)

 

Live audio streaming:

 

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Live tickers:

Official site updates

News and photos:


(cycling news)
Yahoo photo gallery (AP/AFP)

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Grand Prix de Montreal Photos

(coming)

Grand Prix de Montreal Results

(coming)


The 2013 GP de Montreal is the last professional race for Canadian David Veilleux (Europcar), pictured above as race leader in this year's Criterium du Dauphine TT.  Veilleux this week announced his retirement, at age 25, from professional cycling, in order to continue his university studies.
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photo Copyright © 2013 Pete Geyer/www.cyclingfans.com

Notes from the 2013 edition

- LIVE video here.  (English)

- Official site updates LIVE here.

- GP de Montreal map/circuit, profile and info here.

- Robert Gesink (Belkin) won Friday's GP de Quebec.

- Results:  2013 Grand Prix de Quebec Results

- Results:  2012 Grand Prix de Montreal Results


Cadel Evans HD action profile
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Chris Froome HD action profile
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Alberto Contador HD action profile
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- Note that the start list for Montreal is essentially the same as for Quebec.  The final start list for Montreal will be available Saturday.

- Lars Petter Nordhaug won the 2012 edition and is back to defend.  Other riders expected on the start line include Froome, Evans, Sagan, Contador, Hesjedal, Schleck, Porte, Costa, van Garderen, Talansky, Chavanel Syl., Gesink, Riblon, Peraud, Degenkolb, Mezgec, Pozzato, Goss, Albasini, Kwiatkowski, Danielson, Bookwalter, Cobo, Caruso, King, Boswell, Dombrowski, Pate, Thomas, Stetina, Breschel, Duggan, Pineau, Terpstra, Bakelants, Monfort, Nizzolo, Nordhaug, Bobridge, Burghardt, Van Avermaet, Beppu, Cunego, Sicard, Parisien, Fedrigo, Offredo, Vichot, Roelandts, Leukemans, Veilleux, Arashiro, Coquard, ...

- Sunday's Grand Prix Cycliste de Montreal starts at 11:00am EDT (17:00 CET) and is expected to finish at around 4:15pm EDT (22:15 CET)GP de Montreal live streaming video should get underway at around 1:00pm EDT (19:00 CET).