UAE Tour 2019: Cycling Race Watch Every Stage Online, Live Stream, TV Channel

UAE Tour 2019: Cycling Race Schedule, How to Watch Every Stage Online, Live Stream, TV Channel, Dates

The inaugural UAE Tour will kick off with a team time trial on Sunday as Al Hudayriat Island hosts the first of seven stages to take place before the race finishes in Dubai on Saturday, March 2.


The third race of the 2019 UCI World Tour resumes the campaign after a month off. The race has added promise, too, with superstar talents like Tom Dumoulin of the Netherlands and Italy’s Vincenzo Nibali set to make their first appearances of the Tour.

How to Watch Every Stage of UAE Tour

Live Stream: fuboTV (watch for free)

Start Date: Sunday, February 24

End Date: Saturday, March 2

Start Location: Al Hudayriat Island, United Arab Emirates

Daily Start Time: 6 a.m. ET


South African Daryl Impey and Elia Viviani of Italy won the first and second races of the 2019 UCI World Tour, respectively. They triumphed in Adelaide and Geelong during the opening stages in Australia before the World Tour moved onto the United Arab Emirates this month.

Team Sky was recently hit by the news of Chris Froome’s withdrawal from the 2019 UAE Tour citing the effects of altitude training as his reason for pulling out. The

One of Michal Kwiatkowski or Gianni Moscon will replace Froome as team leader, and either will bring great experience to the position while Team Sky’s gem recovers from the sidelines.

Alejandro Valverde of UCI WorldTeam Movistar has five podium finishes to his name this season but is yet to get a win on the board, a duck he’ll have high hopes of breaking in Dubai.

Fernando Gaviria will meet a former Quick-Step team-mate in Viviani and will be one to monitor as he looks to bring new employers UEA Team Emirates victory in their home competition.

The first edition of the UAE Tour will look to offer fireworks in its maiden year, with numerous world-class stars vying to triumph in the next phase of the 2019 UCI World Tour. You can watch every stage of the UAE Tour race live on fuboTV, as well as dozens of races throughout the season. Sign up now for a free trial.

Stage Information

1 Sunday 2/24 Al Hudayriat Island

2 Monday 2/25 Yas Mall – Abu Dhabi

3 Tuesday 2/26 Al Ain – Jebel Hafeet

4 Wednesday 2/27 Dubai – Hatta Dam

5 Thursday 2/28 Sharjah – Khor Fakkan

6 Friday 3/1 Ajman – Jebel Jais

7 Saturday 3/2 Dubai – Dubai

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Open Workout 19.1 Live | CrossFit Games

2019 CrossFit Open
Similar to previous years, the 2019 CrossFit Open will begin around the same time as 2018’s Open (late February-March), and this year the first workout is being released on Thursday, February 21st, at 5 p.m. (PST). Athletes will then have until the following Wednesday, February 27th, at 5 p.m. (PST) to have their score validated.


Open Workout #19point1 is due at 5 p.m. PT on Feb. 25. Register and submit your scores to see where you stack up in your state, country, or territory. Or use the hashtag wizard and create custom leaderboards to sort yourself according to an endless combination of characteristics and occupations.

Register at ⏱ #InTheOpen

Mexico City 🇲🇽 – 7 p.m. CST
São Paulo 🇧🇷 – 10 p.m. BRT
London 🇬🇧 – 1 a.m. GMT Feb. 26
Sydney 🇦🇺- 12 p.m. AED Feb. 26

2019 CrossFit Open 19.1 was released live from Brazil, France, and the United Kingdom. For the first time, an Open announcement was released in three languages in three countries to kick off the global test of fitness.CrossFit Affiliates and Sanctionals organizers put on a great show in each location. We look forward to continuing to refine and improve upon this format.

You can watch archives of each show in the links above. There were technical issues that delayed the broadcast of the Brazil feed, but a complete archive will post to the Games Facebook as soon as possible.

The 2019 CrossFit Games Schedule

There have been a lot of changes announced for the 2019 CrossFit Games. As of right now, we know a fair amount of what to expect for the 2019 CrossFit Games season, but there’s also key information missing such as the final rulebook release and a final officialschedule.

And while the official schedule hasn’t been released with exact dates for every event yet, a good amount of information has. This article will piece together what we know as of right now to provide an idea of what to expect for the 2019 CrossFit Games season schedule for both athletes, fans, and spectators.

If you’re late to the party and want to read the current details on the 2019 CrossFit Games changes, scroll down to the bottom of this piece and we’ll bring you up to speed, and link relevant articles worth your attention.

2019 CrossFit Open

Similar to previous years, the 2019 CrossFit Open will begin around the same time as 2018’s Open (late February-March), and this year the first workout is being released on Thursday, February 21st, at 5 p.m. (PST). Athletes will then have until the following Wednesday, February 27th, at 5 p.m. (PST) to have their score validated.

Online registration for the 2019 CrossFit Open begins on January 10th.

Check out all the 2019 CrossFit Open workout announcement dates and score validation cutoffs below!

Workout Announcement Workout Submission Cutoff 
Week 1: February 21st at 5 p.m. PST Week 1: February 25th at 5 p.m. PST
Week 2: February 28th at 5 p.m. PST Week 2: March 4, at 5:00 p.m. PST
Week 3: March 7th at 5 p.m. PST Week 3: March 11, at 5:00 p.m. PST
Week 4: March 14th at 5 p.m. PST Week 4: March 18, at 5:00 p.m. PST
Week 5: March 21st at 5 p.m. PST Week 5: March 25, at 5:00 p.m. PST

2019 CrossFit Games Sanctioned Event Schedule

For the 2019 CrossFit Games season, there will be 15 events taking place that are being called Sanctionals. These are sanctioned CrossFit competitions that are taking place in multiple countries across the globe. In the 2019 CrossFit Games Rulebook, CrossFit, Inc. states that the Santional events are not connected to the CrossFit Games, although, the male, female, and teams that win the elite division will receive an invite to the Games.

In the Rulebook CrossFit, Inc. writes, “Sanctionals are not part of the CrossFit Games season, but winners from the Sanctionals (from the elite or Rx’d division equivalents) will earn an invitation to compete at the Games. Each Sanctionals competition will send one man, one woman and one team* to the Games.”

It’s also worth noting that athletes who receive a CrossFit Games invitation from a Sanctional event win do not necessarily need to compete in the Open to make it to the Games. Additionally, athletes that place high enough in the Open to receive a bid to the Games, and athletes who are deemed National Champion for their country, will receive no additional benefit (in respects to the Games seeding directly) with a win at a Sanctional event.

In the Rulebook CrossFit, Inc. writes,“Should the winner of a Sanctionals competition qualify for or receive an invitation to the Games by another means, the second-place athlete/ team from that Sanctionals competition will receive the invitation to compete at the Games. This backfill process will continue if the second-place athlete/team has already qualified, received an invitation, and so on.”

2019 CrossFit Games — Sanctioned Events

Below, we’ve provided a schedule of the sanctioned events that have will be taking place over the course of the 2019 CrossFit Games season.

1. Dubai Championships — December 2018
2. Wodapalooza – January 2019
3. Australian CrossFit Championship — January 2019
4. CrossFit Fittest In Capetown — February 2019
5. CrossFit Strength In Depth — February 2019
6. CrossFit French Throwdown — April 2019
7. Asian CrossFit Championship — April 2019 
8. Mid-Atlantic CrossFit Challenge — April 2019
9. The CrossFit Italian Showdown — April 2019
10. Brazil CrossFit Championship — May 2019
11. The CrossFit Lowlands Throwdown — May 2019
12. Downunder CrossFit Championship — May 2019
13. Reykjavik CrossFit Championship — May 2019
14. CrossFit Lowlands Throwdown — May 2019
15. Granite Games — June 2019

*2020 CrossFit Games Qualifiers 

Pandaland CrossFit Championship — December 2019
The SouthFit CrossFit Challenge — November 2020

As of right now, the dates for the 2019 CrossFit Games appear to be July 31st — August 4th. And while this hasn’t been publicly announced by CrossFit, Inc., these dates reflect the CrossFit Games event

2019 Reebok CrossFit Open Live

#19point1 will be released live from France, Brazil and the U.K. You can stay on top of all the action or tune in right here on the front page of Learn more about the Open and register.


Already signed up? Personalize your experience using the new hashtag wizard and custom leaderboard features.

The deadline to register for 19.1 is 5 p.m. PT on Feb. 25.

Welcome to the 2019 Reebok CrossFit Games season.

The CrossFit Games Open is a massive competition with hundreds of thousands of athletes from across the globe, and yet the leaderboard rankings we often care about most are between ourselves and our closest friends. That’s where the custom leaderboard comes in. It lets you build a leaderboard with any man, woman and teenager from the Open—in any combination. With the custom leaderboard, you can easily keep track of where you stand relative to your friends.

Build your custom leaderboard by typing in each of your friends’ names, and adding them individually to your leaderboard.

Or—if most of your friends come from your affiliate—save time by looking up your affiliate’s name and adding the affiliate’s roster. You can choose to add the entire affiliate, or limit it to, say, women between the ages of 28 and 32.

You can find strangers who are similar to you by using hashtags. Find other people who are in the same profession (#firefighter) or who are in a similar phase of life (#mom). You can self-identify with hashtags using the Hashtag Wizard or enter your own on your Competition Dashboard.

When you’re done building, click “Save and View.” You can come back and edit at anytime.

Your custom leaderboard will rank all of the athletes relative to each other based on their scores on the Open workouts.

Please note that we will find the intersection of the hashtags, affiliates, gender, and age that you enter. This means that if you enter #mom #firefighter, we will find the firefighter moms. If you also added ages 28 – 32, then we will find firefighter moms between 28 – 32. If you also added affiliates, we will find all of the firefighter moms at those affiliates.

By adding a person by name (ex. Richard Froning Jr.), you will always have that person included on your custom leaderboard. We start each custom leaderboard with you included by default.

Share your custom leaderboard with your friends so they can follow along.

To start building, sign up for the Open.

Detroit Red Wings score vs. Chicago Blackhawks: Live stream, Time, TV, game info

Blackhawks look to sweep season series against Red Wings NHL Stream Live Hockey | Hockey On-Demand, All Season‎Chicago has won nine of its last 11 games overall. Chicago enter’s the matchup after a crazy 8-7 home win over Ottawa that saw Alex DeBrincat score five points, including his fourth career hat trick. DeBrincat also tallied a hat trick last season in Detroit against his hometown team.


Patrick Kane stretched his point streak to 18 games, an NHL high this season, with a goal and two assists Monday. He has assists in 17 consecutive games, tying the third-longest streak in league history.

Kane can catch Adam Oates (1992-93 season) for the second longest assist streak on Wednesday. Wayne Gretzky holds the record at 23 during the 1990-91 campaign.

The Blackhawks can move into the second wild-card spot in the Western Conference with a win and a home loss by the Avalanche to the Jets.

Chicago will turn to Cam Ward in net after he allowed four goals in relief Monday. Defenseman Brent Seabrook (abdominal strain) is out for a second straight game, while Brendan Perlini (illness) is a game-time decision.

Dominik Kahun had two goals and an assist, and Ward made 43 saves in the Blackhawks’ 5-2 win over Detroit on Feb. 10 in Chicago.

Detroit has dropped back-to-back games to Philadelphia. The Red Wings rallied from a four-goal deficit in the third period before falling 6-5 in overtime Saturday in Philadelphia, then lost 3-1 Sunday at home.

Detroit backup netminder Jonathan Bernier exited Sunday’s tilt after the first period due to a neck injury. Jimmy Howard entered in relief and is expected to start Wednesday night.

Broadcasting debut

After 30-plus years broadcasting sports, Mike Tirico will call his first hockey game Wednesday. He’ll be joined in the booth by game analyst Eddie Olczyk and on-ice analyst Brian Boucher.


Caggiula — Toews — Kane

DeBrincat — Strome — Kahun

Saad — Anisimov — Sikura

Perlini — Kruger — Hayden

Keith — Gustafsson

Dahlstrom — Murphy

Koekkoek — Forsling



Red Wings

Bertuzzi — Larkin — Mantha

Nyquist — Nielsen — Vanek

Athanasiou — Glendening — Helm

Rasmussen — De la Rose — Abdelkader

Kronwall — Green

Dekeyser — Jensen

Hronek — Daley



How to watch
When: 6:30 p.m. Wednesday

Where: Little Caesars Arena, Detroit

TV: NBC Sports Network

Juventus vs. Atletico Madrid and Manchester City vs. Schalke 2019, UEFA Champions League Football Live Streaming tv

The UEFA Champions League round of 16 continues Wednesday when Atletico Madrid hosts Juventus and Sergio Aguero and Manchester City travels to Germany to face Schalke. Both games are set to kick off at 3 p.m. ET. Oddsmakers list Juventus at +180 odds to win (risk $100 to win $180), while Atletico Madrid is also going off at +180. The draw is +195, and the over-under for total goals scored is 2. Meanwhile, Manchester City is a massive money line favorite at -375 (risk $375 to win $100), while the over-under is 3. Before you make any Champions League round of 16 picks, you need to see what European football expert David Sumpter has to say.


Sumpter is an applied mathematician and author of “Soccermatics,” a book that explains how math works inside the sport. Along with other experienced analysts, Sumpter developed the powerful Soccerbot model.

The Soccerbot reads current odds and all team performance data, calculates key metrics and predicts upcoming matches. In the three seasons since its inception, Soccerbot is up an incredible 2,000 percent on Premier League picks. That’s right — 2,000 percent!

And the model is off to a blistering start in the Champions League round of 16. It made some huge calls last week, which included Paris Saint-Germain (+205) over Manchester United, AS Roma (-100) over FC Porto, Tottenham (+110) over Borussia Dortmund and Real Madrid (-120) over Ajax. Anyone who has followed it is up big.

Now, Sumpter has set his sights on Wednesday’s round of 16 matches. We can tell you the model is leaning toward the over in Atletico Madrid vs. Juventus, but its much stronger play is on the money line, saying one side has all the value. You absolutely need to see it before locking in any picks.

The model is well aware that Juventus features one of the most potent attacks in all of Europe. Juventus’ attack is led by Cristiano Ronaldo, who has 19 goals and eight assists in 24 Serie A appearances this season. However, it’s been Paulo Dybala who has been unstoppable for Juventus in this competition, scoring six goals in his past seven Champions League games.

Plus, Juventus has won four of its past five away games in the knockout stages of the Champions League.

But just because Juventus has been unbeatable away from home in the Champions League doesn’t mean it will earn a victory against Atletico Madrid on Wednesday.

Atletico is unbeaten in its past 12 home games in the Champions League knockout stages. And it has never lost to an Italian side in the Champions League under manager Diego Simeone. Atletico Madrid also features an explosive offense that is led by Antoine Griezmann, who’s been directly involved in six of Atletico’s nine Champions League goals this season.

How to Watch: CrossFit Strength in Depth

Another weekend of sanctioned event action kicks off in a few days, as CrossFit Strength in Depth will play host to two days of competition February 23 -24 at the ExCel London.

CrossFit SID Live Coverage

Individuals and teams will be tasked with tackling seven events over the course of two days, and in the end, one woman, one man, and one team will be crowned champions and earn themselves an invite to the 2019 CrossFit Games.

The competition runs concurrent with the first week of the CrossFit Games Open, so just in case you’re too busy planning repeats of 19.1 to make it out to the event, here’s how you can catch all of the action going down in “the smoke.”

Full coverage of the event, including every heat of every division along with live graphics and commentary will be streamed for free on the event website. Additionally, coverage of Elite division heats and competition will be available via facebook as well.

Event Website Livestream:
Strength in Depth Facebook:
Event Schedule
Events for the Elite Individuals, and Teams will take place during the following times;

Saturday, February 23: 8:55am – 6:20pm GMT (12:55am – 10:20am PT)
Sunday, February 24: 9:00am – 5:55pm GMT (1:00am – 9:55am PT)
Specific event and heat details can be found through the event website here

Social Media
If for some reason you miss the livestream, or you just prefer to get your updates via social media, then you can get curated news and updates from the event via their social outlets, website, and the CrossFit Games social media.

Twitter: @streamslive_24
The Morning Chalk Up will also be providing the usual updates and recaps on the competition as well through Instagram, Facebook, the new Games Portal, and the daily edition which you can subscribe to here.

WWE Elimination Chamber 2019 Live Stream

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WWE Elimination Chamber It will take place on February 17, 2019, at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas


The WWE Elimination Chamber 2019 happens today in Houston, Texas. Elimination Chamber 2019 is the continuation of Wrestlemania season, which began last month at the Royal Rumble and culminates at Wrestlemania 35 on April 7 in New Jersey

The 2019 Elimination Chamber will also crown the first ever WWE Women’s Tag-Team Champions. Check out the specific start times as well as the current match card below. We’ll continue to fill it in as more matches are added.

Be sure to also check out CBS Sports’ coverage of Elimination Chamber and their predictions.
Start times

Elimination Chamber 2019 takes place in Houston, Texas today. The show starts at 4 p.m. PT. If you’re a WWE Network subscriber — at $9.99 per month, but free for one month for new subscribers — you can watch it live for free. Otherwise you’ll need to contact your local cable provider and pay a separate fee to watch. There will also be a kickoff show to stream live starting at 3 p.m. PT on WWE’s YouTube channel and the WWE Network before the show proper starts.

Match card

Raw Women’s Championship match: Ronda Rousey – Ruby Riott
Women’s Tag Team Championship Elimination Chamber match: Nia Jax & Tamina – The Riott Squad (Live Morgan and Sarah Logan) – Mandy Rose & Sonya Deville – The IIconics (Peyton Royce & Billie Kay) – Sasha Banks and Bayley – Naomi and Carmella
WWE World Championship Elimination Chamber match: Daniel Bryan – AJ Styles – Samoa Joe – Randy Orton – Kofi Kingston – Jeff Hardy
SmackDown Tag Team Championship match: The Miz & Shane McMahon – The Usos
Intercontinental Championship match: Bobby Lashley and Lio Rush – Finn Balor
Cruiserweight Championship match: Buddy Murphy – Akira Tozawa
Baron Corbin – Braun Strowman in a “No DQ” match


Watch 2019 WWE Elimination Chamber live stream

The 2019 WWE Elimination Chamber is set for Sunday Evening in Houston, Texas. It is the second pay-per-view event on the WWE’s 2019 schedule, and there are seven scheduled matches. The main event hasn’t been officially announced, but it figures to be the WWE Championship Elimination Chamber match.


Elimination Chamber (2019) is an upcoming professional wrestling pay-per-view event and WWE Network event produced by WWE for their Raw, SmackDown, and 205 Live brands. It will take place on February 17, 2019, at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas.
Date: Sunday, February 17, 2019 Trending
Location: Toyota Center, Houston, Texas, United States
Venue: Toyota Center
Promotion: WWE
Brands: Raw, SmackDown, 205 Live

There’s been a significant change to that bout since it was originally announced. Below I have the details on the change, the start time and the five things you should know about Sunday’s event.

Kickoff Start Time: 6 pm ET
Main Show Start Time: 7 pm ET
How To Watch

Perhaps the most common way to watch the Elimination Chamber and all WWE pay-per-views in on the WWE Network. The streaming service is accessible on

WWE will return to pay-per-view (PPV) and its own Network later on this evening with its Elimination Chamber event from the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas, featuring Daniel Bryan putting the WWE title on the line in an Elimination Chamber match, the crowning of the first women’s tag team champions, and more!

The event kicks off at 6 pm ET with the free Kickoff Show, which runs for an hour on YouTube,, and various other social media outlets. That leads right on into the PPV at 7 pm ET, which you can stream from a number of devices if you have a subscription to the Network.

World Club Challenge: Wigan Warriors v Sydney Roosters

The 2019 World Club Challenge will see the NRL’s Sydney Roosters tackle the Super League’s Wigan Warriors in the UK. Kick-off will be at 6am (AEST) on Monday, February 18.


World Club Challenge preview: Wigan Warriors vs Sydney Roosters
Warriors host NRL winners in World Club Challenge on Sunday, live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Action, coverage starts at 6.30pm

The Roosters took out the 2018 NRL premiership as minor premiers, while Wigan were able to do so from second place. Both sides used incredible defence in their respective grand finals, conceding just 10 points in total between them.

Wigan currently hold the record with four World Club Challenge victories, although not only will the Roosters equal that record with a win, they will have also reached that figure without a loss.

Key game information
Date: Monday, February 18 (Australian time)
Kick-off: 6am (AEST)
Venue: DW Stadium, Wigan, Greater Manchester, UK
TV: Live, Nine/Gem, Fox League
Online: Live, 9Now, Kayo, Foxtel Now, Foxtel App, NRL Digital Pass
Referees: Ashley Klein and Chris Sutton
Club Challenge records: Wigan 4-3, Roosters 3-0
Last meeting: 2014 – Roosters 36 def. Wigan 14
Last appearances: Wigan 2017 (def. Cronulla 22-6), Roosters 2014 (def. Wigan 36-14)

Sydney Roosters
Mitchell Aubusson, Nat Butcher, Lindsay Collins, Boyd Cordner (c), Angus Crichton, Cooper Cronk, Poasa Faamausili, Jake Friend (c), Ryan Hall, Matt Ikuvalu, Luke Keary, Asu Kepaoa, Lachlan Lam, Isaac Liu, Joseph Manu, Brett Morris, Victor Radley, Siosiua Taukeiaho, James Tedesco, Zane Tetevano, Daniel Tupou, Sitili Tupouniua, Jared Waerea-Hargreaves

Wigan Warriors
Broadcast information
This match will be available in all the usual places you’d expect for a rugby league game.

Channel Nine will be covering the match live on free-to-air TV, although their coverage appears to be on Gem in most areas. Fox League will also have live coverage.

As far as streaming goes, you’re almost spoilt for choice. Kayo, Foxtel Now, the Foxtel App, 9now and the NRL Digital Pass all have live streams of the World Club Challenge available. HERE