The Clásica de San Sebastián is a one-day race in the Basque Country, with the 2019 edition taking place on Saturday 3 August.
Men’s and women’s races will run simultaneously, the women taking on 127.1km of lumpy terrain and the men 227.3km.
The 2019 Clásica de San Sebastián
The Clásica de San Sebastián and Clásica de San Sebastián Femenina (the women’s race) take place in and around the city of San Sebastián (or Donostia, in the local Basque language).
Staged just a week after the Tour de France, the race features lots of climbing and favours Grand Tour-type riders. The 2018 edition of the men’s race was won by none other than Tour de France yellow jersey wearer Julian Alaphilippe.
2019 marks the debut of the women’s race, which ultimately aims to become part of the UCI Women’s WorldTour.
2019 Clásica de San Sebastián routes and profiles
How can I watch the Clásica de San Sebastián in the UK and Europe?
Eurosport will be showing the men’s race live from 11:30 BST (12:30 CEST) on Saturday 3 August.
Subscribers to Amazon Prime can access the Eurosport Player through Amazon Channels. Eurosport costs £6.99 a month (after a seven-day free trial) while Amazon Prime costs £7.99 but offers a 30-day free trial.
If you’d prefer to access Eurosport Player directly, a monthly pass costs £6.99, an annual pass (paid monthly) costs £4.99 a month, or you can sign up for a full year for a one-off payment of £39.99.
How can I watch the Clásica de San Sebastián in the US and Canada?
FloBikes will be showing the races live in the US and Canada. Flobikes’ subscriptions start at $12.50 a month.
How can I watch the Clásica de San Sebastián in Australia?
It appears that no one is offering live coverage of the race in Australia. If you’re aware of a broadcaster that is, please let us know and we’ll update this article.