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Eurosport Renews Cycling Rights Deal with ASO for Asia-Pacific...

Eurosport has renewed its deal with cycling event organisers Amaury Sport Organisation (ASO) for the exclusive TV and digital rights of eight major cycling races of the international calendar from 2017 to 2021 in the Asia-Pacific region. In ... ISportConnect, 5 days ago
Cape Times

Tour may withdraw from the UCI 2016 calendar

Tour de France organisers ASO (Amaury Sport Organisation) have threatened to withdraw their races from the International Cycling Union calendar over a lack of pro-gress in the UCI's reform programme, Reuters has learned. A source close to the ...
 Times of Malta1 month ago Tour could withdraw from calendar  Sky Sports1 month ago TdF threatens withdrawal from UCI calendar  News241 month ago TDF could withdraw from UCI calendar  Cape Times1 month ago

Tour de France designed for every racer and for excitement

These last few years, Tour de France organisers Amaury Sports Organisation (ASO) and Tour director Christian Prudhomme have gone to great efforts to create exciting, unpredictable stages. Gone are the days when the Tour would amble through the ...
 Economic Times4 weeks ago
Digital Trends

Tour de France goes high-tech with GoPro footage and live rider tracking

Pro cycling team consortium Velon and ASO (Amaury Sport Organisation, the Tour de France organizer) have partnered with GoPro to produce awesome video ofthis year's Tour. Footage from team cars, mechanics, bikes, and more will be available viewers.
 Digital Trends3 weeks ago New gadgets, but legs and sweat still key to Tour  Reuters4 weeks ago Cycling-New gadgets, but legs and sweat still key to Tour  Yahoo! UK and Ireland Eurosport4 weeks ago Cycling - PREVIEW-New gadgets, but legs and sweat still key to Tour  Yahoo! UK and Ireland Eurosport4 weeks ago
American Journal of Transportation On-Line

XPO Logistics continues 35-year tradition as official carrier of Tour de France

- As the official transport partner of Amaury Sport Organisation (ASO), organisers of the Tour de France, XPO Logistics is providing a complete transport solution for the world's most famous cycle race. The partnership extends a longstanding ...
 Parcel1 week ago XPO Logistics : continues 35-year tradition as official carrier of Tour de France  4 Traders1 week ago
Furniture Today

XPO is Tour de France transport partner

GREENWICH, Conn.— XPO Logistics will serve as the official transport partner of Amaury Sport Organisation, organizers of the Tour de France. XPO is providing transport 22 tons of equipment with a dedicated team of nearly 50 company trucks and ...
 Furniture Today1 week ago XPO Logistics continues Tour de France partnership  Analytiqa1 week ago Tour de France and IoT together at last  FierceMobileIT3 weeks ago

LeTV to broadcast Le Tour in China

company LeTV has signed a deal with Amaury Sport Organisation (ASO) for the broadcast rights to this year's Tour de France. The deal will begin with this year's Tour, which starts on 4th July, and will last for three years. The package of rights ...
 SportsPro Media1 month ago

Tour owner could quit UCI calendar

The Tour de France organiser has threatened to pull its races from next year's UCI international calendar. Tour owner Amaury Sport Organisation (ASO) is understood to be worried about a lack of progress in world governing body UCI's reform ...
 BBC1 month ago
International Paralympic Committee

INAS celebrates Global ID Sports Day

12.06.2015 The inaugural event is aimed to raise awareness on intellectually disable sport. Member organisations and partners across the world have come together on Friday (12 June) to support the inaugural Global ID Sports Day, to raise ...
 International Paralympic Committee1 month ago

Tour calls for yellow jersey respect

World cycling's governing body and Tour de France organisers want fans to "respect the yellow jersey" in the Alps after incidents affecting leader Chris Froome and other Team Sky members. British rider Froome claimed he had urine thrown at him ...
 BBC1 week ago
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