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VOJENS | WHERE TO WATCH

If you can’t make it to the Danish SGP sponsored by ECCO this weekend, here are some of the places you can tune in …

06 / 09 / 2019, 09:59

If you can’t make it to the Danish SGP sponsored by ECCO this weekend, you can still catch the action live on TV or online. Here are some of the places you can tune in …

Friday’s qualifying session will be live on SGP TV from 19:00 CET / 18:00 UK with commentary from Nigel Pearson and Kelvin Tatum as riders battle it out for the pick of gate positions. Watch online here: http://bit.ly/2rBImGP.

You can also follow Friday’s session live on Facebook via http://bit.ly/2qg53xy or YouTube on http://bit.ly/2lFagSF.

The action will also be televised live on BT Sport 2 in the UK, Canal+ Sport in Poland, on TV3 Sport in Denmark, Viasat in Norway and Sweden and on Eurosport in Romania.

Racing takes place on Saturday night and British viewers can switch on BT Sport 3 at 5.45pm as triple world champion Tai Woffinden and Robert Lambert fly the Union flag.

Polish fans can get behind World Championship leader Bartosz Zmarzlik, Patryk Dudek, Maciej Janowski and Janusz Kolodziej by watching live on Canal+ from 18:30.

Danish supporters not heading to Vojens can follow the racing live on TV3 Sport from 18:30 as World Championship frontrunner Leon Madsen, Niels-Kristian Iversen and wild card Mikkel Michelsen take to the shale.

Swedish supporters can enjoy the action on TV3 Sport from 18:45 as Freddie Lindgren and Antonio Lindback go racing.

The meeting is live for Norwegian viewers from 19:00 and Finnish followers from 20:00 on Viasat.

Australian fans can tune into Fox Sports at 3am (Eastern time) on Sunday as Jason Doyle races for the Roos, with the event live for New Zealand viewers on Sky at 5am.

Fans tuning in from selected other nations can catch the Danish SGP online via SGP TV. Here’s the link: http://bit.ly/2rBImGP.

 

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