The 2018 Giro d'Italia had just about everything, with dramatic leadership changes, amazing summit finishes, and probably the greatest solo stage win in cycling history.
The 2018 Giro was absolutely mind-blowing! (Carlton Kirby)
From the start the race was billed as a showdown between Tom Dumoulin and Chris Froome, two of the biggest hitters in Grand Tour cycling. But Mitchelton-Scott's Simon Yates came into the race in terrific form. The balance of the route was challenging but varied, the scenery was spectacular, and there was so many twists and turns it was hard to keep track.
When can I watch the highlights?
Highlights will be on Eurosport 1 and Eurosport Player morning, afternoon and evening each day in the following time slots:
09:00 until 12:00
14:30 until 17:30
20:00 until 23:00
All stages will be available after broadcast to watch on-demand on Eurosport Player.
This is where you can find Eurosport 1 via your TV provider of choice:
Sky UK: 410
Virgin Media: 521
BT Channel 412
Where can I watch the highlights?
Eurosport UK will be broadcasting highlights every day this week on both Eurosport 1 and Eurosport Player.
There will be extended hour-long highlights of three stages each day, from April 6th. That means the broadcast schedule is as follows:
Monday 6 April
Stage 1 - Jerusalem ITT
Stage 2 - Haifa (Israel) to Tel Aviv (Israel)
Stage 3 - Beersheba (Israel) to Eilat (Israel)
Tuesday 7 April
Stage 4 - Catania to Caltagirone
Stage 5 - Agrigento to Santa Ninfa
Stage 6 - Caltanissetta to Mount Etna
Wednesday 8 April
Stage 7 - Pizzo to Praia a Mare
Stage 8 - Praia a Mare to Montevergine
Stage 9 - Pesco Sannita to Gran Sasso
Thursday 9 April
Stage 10 - Penne to Gualdo Tadino
Stage 11 - Assisi to Osimo
Stage 12 - Osimo to Imola
Friday 10 April
Stage 13 - Ferrara to Nervesa della Battaglia
Stage 14 - San Vito al Tagliamento to Monte Zoncolan