On April 16th, 2022, the Paris-Roubaix Women’s race will take place, while on April 17th, 2022, the Paris-Roubaix Men’s race will take place.
Only six months have passed since the last event, but the peloton is once again ready to take to the cobblestones at the recognisable landmark.
In 2021, the race was postponed from April to October because of the COVID-19 epidemic.
While in 2022, the calendar was pushed back by only one week to accommodate the French national elections.
The Tour de France and Paris-Roubaix are both owned by the Association Cycliste Internationale (ASO).
And for the previous few months they and local entities have been hard grooming roads and pavé along the course to make for an interesting race without putting the riders in harm’s way.
How to watch Paris-Roubaix 2022 in the United States and Canada
The women’s race will be shown live on GCN+ on Saturday for American viewers. The broadcast will start at 7:15 am EDT.
On Sunday at 9:00 a.m. EDT, Peacock will begin airing coverage of the men’s race (NBC subscription service). The Peacock website also streams the show for American viewers.
In addition, on Sunday at 6:25 a.m. EDT, Peacock/NBC will air a rebroadcast of the women’s race from the previous day.
Subscribers in Canada can watch the women’s race on a web browser or mobile app starting at 7:30 a.m. EDT on Saturday. On Sunday at 3:45 a.m. EDT, a live broadcast will begin of the men’s race.
How to Watch Paris-Roubaix 2022 in Europe
The Paris-Roubaix will be broadcast live in Europe on Eurosport+. In addition to Discovery+ and GCN+, you may catch the race on those networks as well.
Eurosport will air the women’s competition beginning at 12:15 CET on Saturday, and the men’s competition beginning at 09:30 CET on Sunday.
How to Watch Paris-Roubaix 2022 in Australia
The race broadcast will be available for free on SBS On Demand commencing at 18:20 AEST on Sunday, April 18.
The service is accessible through mobile app, streaming with a Fire TV stick, or through Apple TV. The women’s race is set to begin at 20:25 AEST.
All of the action can be seen on GCN and Eurosport.
Here you may purchase GCN+ for £39.99 a year, or $9.99 a month. There are no commercials, and users can choose from a variety of documentaries about cycling.
Like at other Monuments and big cycling races, they will be delivering a “live show” for Paris-Roubaix.
Many digital packages, including those from Virgin Media and Sky, should automatically include Eurosport. You can subscribe to Eurosport Player for for £6.99 a month or £39.99 a year.