The Professional Triathletes Organisation 2020 Championship at CHALLENGEDAYTONA® is the biggest race of the year, with a stellar field of pros on the start line. So give in to the FOMO (fear of missing out) and check out how to catch the race live.
The PTO 2020 Championship will be available to watch live globally over the PTO Live stream. In the US, the live stream will be available on the NBC PeacockTV streaming service.
The stream is free to watch, with an optional donation that goes to the USA Triathlon Foundation's COVID-19 Relief Fund.
Sign up using the web browser interface at https://championship.protriathletes.org/live-broadcast/
You will then be taken to the donation pledge page.
(You may choose to pledge USD$ 0.00 to watch the stream for free.)
The page will redirect to the live stream.
After setting up your PTO Live account, you can watch on the web, or log onto the PTO Live app (available only for iOS). IMPORTANT: If you wish to stream for free, you must sign up for your account with a web browser so you can select the 0 USD option.
The PTO Live app supports casting to the following devices:
The primary coverage of the PTO 2020 Championship will be a 7 – 8 hour broadcast starting at 0930 EST / 1430 GMT. The women's race starts at 1500 GMT, and the men's race at 1900 GMT.
The race will also broadcast after the event in Australia (Fox Sports Australia), the Balkans (Sportklub), Canada (TSN), China (Tencent), France (L’Equipe), India (Eurosport), Italy (Sportitalia), Latin America and the Caribbean (DirecTV), Pan Asia, including Brunei, Cambodia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Myanmar, Singapore, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam (Fox Sports Asia), South Africa (Supersport), Spain (RTVE), Turkey (Ssport) and UK (BT Sport).
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