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- 2023 Tour of Austria stage schedule/times:
Stage 1 - Sunday, July 2 Start at 11:00 CET, 5:00am ET Finish at 14:28 CET, 8:28am ET
Stage 2 - Monday, July 3 Start at 10:30 CET, 4:30am ET Finish at 14:16 CET, 8:16am ET
Stage 3 - Tuesday, July 4 Start at 11:00 CET, 5:00am ET Finish at 14:48 CET, 8:48am ET
Stage 4 - Wednesday, July 5 Start at 10:30 CET, 4:30am ET Finish at 15:24 CET, 9:24am ET
Stage 5 - Thursday, July 6 Start at 11:00 CET, 5:00am ET Finish at 14:56 CET, 8:56am ET
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- 0 .. KABAS Maximilian (WSA KTM Graz p/b Leomo) was awarded the prize for the most combative rider.
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- 0 .. NARVÁEZ Jhonatan (INEOS Grenadiers) is the new leader in the general classification.
- 0 .. The last (individual) victory for NARVÁEZ Jhonatan (INEOS Grenadiers) was 2 years + 261 days ago ( Giro d'Italia | Stage 12 )
- 0 .. It has been 991 days and 158 racedays since the last victory for NARVÁEZ Jhonatan .
- 0 5 .. NARVÁEZ Jhonatan (INEOS Grenadiers) has 5 career pro wins. to wins
- 0 .. Third place for SERRANO Javier (EOLO-Kometa).
- 0 .. VERMEERSCH Gianni (Alpecin-Deceuninck) comes in second place.
- 1 .. Final kilometre!
- 2.7 .. Peloton stretched out.
- 3 .. 3 kilometers to the finish!
- 3.2 .. 2nd part of peloton joins first part of peloton
- 4 .. Around 15 riders in group 1 .
- 4.7 .. Attack by NARVÁEZ Jhonatan (INEOS Grenadiers) in peloton
- 4.8 .. Split in peloton .
- 5 .. INEOS Grenadiers pulling in peloton
- 6.9 .. Team Jayco AlUla to the front with 5 riders.
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- 10 .. 10 kilometers to the finish!
- 11 41 .. UAE Team Emirates has 41 victories this season.
- 15 .. group 1 caught by peloton
- 17 .. Attack by KUKRLE Michael (Team Felbermayr - Simplon Wels) in group 1
- 19 .. Acceleration in group 1 by KUKRLE Michael (Team Felbermayr - Simplon Wels)
- 25 2500 .. KUBIŠ Lukáš (Dukla Banska Bystrica) has done 2500 race kilometres this season. breakdown
- 25 .. 25 kilometers to the finish!
- 28 .. UAE Team Emirates pulling in peloton
- 29 .. KAEMPE Stinus Bjerring (WSA KTM Graz p/b Leomo) will be in the KOM jersey tomorrow.
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- 34 .. KNOLLE Jon (Team Vorarlberg), EVERTSEN-HEGREBERG Simen (Tirol KTM Cycling Team) and ZAHÁLKA Matěj (Elkov - Kasper) caught by peloton
- 34 5000 .. RIVI Samuele (EOLO-Kometa) has done 5000 race kilometres this season. breakdown
- 36 .. KOCH Christian (Team Lotto - Kern Haus) caught by peloton
- 42 .. 9 km to the foot of Axams (3.9km à 6%) .
- KNOLLE Jon (Team Vorarlberg)
- EVERTSEN-HEGREBERG Simen (Tirol KTM Cycling Team)
- ZAHÁLKA Matěj (Elkov - Kasper)
- 51 .. 50 kilometers to the finish!
- 52 .. 8 km to intermediate sprint Götzens
- 52 .. KOCH Christian (Team Lotto - Kern Haus) is dropped from group 1
- 52 .. KOCH Christian (Team Lotto - Kern Haus) is struggling to hold on in group 1
- 55 .. 11 km to intermediate sprint Götzens
- 63 7320 .. COVI Alessandro (UAE Team Emirates) has done 7320 race kilometres this season. breakdown
- 64 .. UAE Team Emirates pulling in peloton
- 64 .. KABAS Maximilian is the first to pass the summit of KOM Sprint (3) Axams (93.8 km).
- 68 .. group 1 is now on climb Axams (3.9km à 6%)
- 72 .. Read our article Follow your favorite riders!
- 77 .. ŤOUPALÍK Adam (Elkov - Kasper) is now virtually leading the GC.
- 77 .. 3 km to intermediate sprint Zirl
- 82 .. KUKRLE Michael (Team Felbermayr - Simplon Wels) back in group 1
- 86 .. KUKRLE Michael (Team Felbermayr - Simplon Wels) is dropped from group 1
- 88 .. KOSTAŃSKI Mateusz (Voster ATS Team) caught by peloton
- 89 .. KOSTAŃSKI Mateusz (Voster ATS Team) is chasing group 1
- 94 .. BÁRTA Jan (Elkov - Kasper) back in peloton
- 94 .. The gap between group 1 and peloton is 1080 meter . group 1 peloton 1:30 1080 meter
- 95 .. 7 riders with a small gap
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- 118 .. NARVÁEZ Jhonatan (INEOS Grenadiers) is the 1st rider from Ecuador competing in Int. Österreich-Rundfahrt - Tour of Austria . Competitors from Ecuador
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- 140 .. 3 riders with a small gap
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10 Places in Austria You Can Visit Right Now, Virtually
From Schönbrunn Palace to Europe's largest ice caves, explore these places in Austria from your sofa!
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1. Schönbrunn Palace
Feel like an empress or emperor and stroll through splendid state apartments while kicking back on the couch at home, with the virtual tour through Schönbrunn Palace .
The journey begins in the imperial family dining room of Emperor Franz Joseph and his wife, Sisi, and continues to the breakfast chamber before taking you to the Yellow Salon – furnished in neo-Rococo style – and on to the magnificent Mirrors Room.
Built in the 17th century, the former summer residence of the Habsburgs is full of stories and history. Look and marvel!
2. Großglockner High Alpine Road
Austria's 48-kilometre Großglockner High Alpine Road links the provinces of Salzburg and Carinthia. Whether you start from the Salzburg side or from Carinthia’s Mölltal, crossing this Alpine ridge offers impressive views all around and the opportunity to explore a variety of vegetation zones. You'll pass by Alpine meadows, mountain forests, massive rock formations, and finally the Pasterze glacier before summiting the Großglockner , the country’s highest mountain at 3,798 metres. And the great thing is that you can now enjoy the stunning views of the surrounding towering peaks from home.
3. City of Innsbruck & Nordkette Mountain
Nestled in the midst of impressive peaks, Innsbruck is wholly deserving of its nickname "Capital of the Alps" . Right now, you can explore both the city, its traditions and architecture and nearby Nordkette mountain with 12 different 360°/VR videos . Whether you'd like to attend a traditional "Schuhplattler" performance, explore Innsbruck's Christmas market, or tear down the Nordkette's ski pistes or mountain-biking trails, you can do all that here - and if you have a VR headset, you can even switch into VR mode to be that much closer to Innsbruck. Simply click on "Menu" to choose your favourite online experience!
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4. Giant Ice Caves in Werfen
Normally, adventurers venture into the depths of the mountain in groups as part of a guided tour. Then it’s time to climb stairs: one ascends 100 vertical metres through the huge “Posselthalle”, whose floor is completely covered with ice. Columns and towers of ice line the path.
Today, however, we embark on the adventure-filled excursion right from our living room : floating in a 360° perspective between the rock walls bearing a glittering coat of furry crystals. Enormous ice formations shimmer in turquoise in the light of magnesium torches. A narrow passageway leads straight to the “Dome”, the largest room on the tour. The ice floor is as smooth as glass in the “Ice Palace”, some 400 metres beneath the surface. From here, the fantastical journey takes us past the “Ice Gate” and back to the entrance by way of a 100-metre-long tunnel carved into the ice.
5. Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna
The Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna (Museum of Fine Arts) takes us on a tour through the golden ages of art: one can marvel at works by great masters such as Rubens, Titian, Rembrandt, Raphael, and Velázquez – all online!
You now have the chance to experience the largest Bruegel collection in the world on this NEW virtual tour .
See the museum's works of art in Google's online collection , or check out the museums' online collection .
6. Saalfelden Leogang
A series of 360-degree videos take you on interactive hikes to the most beautiful spots in Saalfelden Leogang near Salzburg. Simply press play and look around for yourself:
- 360° Hike to Saalfelden Leogang's hermitage : Built into the rock above Lichtenberg Castle in the 1600s, the local hermitage is a place to relax and recharge. The hike up to 1,006 metres above sea level offers impressive views of the surrounding mountains. See for yourself!
- 360° Sunrise Hike to Saalfelden Leogang's Lookout : Nothing quite beats seeing the sun rise over untouched landscapes. Hike along Ritzensee lake to the lookout and enjoy great views of the town and the surrounding mountains.
- 360° Hike up to Riedlspitz Viewpoint : Make your way through lush forests and over blooming meadows to this viewpoint at 1,480 metres. Along the way, a wrought-iron swing lets you relax and just take in your surroundings before you continue to the viewpoint with its valley panorama.
7. Mozart's Salzburg
Salzburg has quite the virtual offers for you. Highlights include:
- Mozart's Birthplace : Perhaps one of Salzburg's most iconic places of interest, Mozart's birthplace in the heart of the city invites you to stroll the impressively decorated rooms and learn more about Austria's famous son.
- Mozart's Home : Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart lived in this Salzburg residence from 1773 to 1787. Here, the Mozart family composed music and planned their extensive concert tours that took them all over Europe and as far as London. Currently, a virtual tour takes you through a special exhibition devoted to Wolfgang Amadeus' father, Leopold Mozart, whilst also giving an authentic impression of the family’s day to day life within these walls.
- Hellbrunn Palace : An impressive multimedia walk through the palace and its gardens, complete with its famous trick fountains.
8. Wörthersee Lake in Carinthia
Let's take an imaginary trip: The deep blue Wörthersee lake lies at your feet. Would you like to leap into its crystal-clear waters or go out for a sailboat ride? We'll dock in Pörtschach or Velden, or one of the many other charming resort towns lining the lake and enjoy the sun.
It is no wonder that Gustav Mahler, Johannes Brahms, and many other celebrities regularly spent their holidays here. While right now, we can’t enjoy an iced coffee on the promenade or climb the Pyramidenkogel (the world’s highest wooden observation tower), we can embark on a virtual voyage of discovery to the island of Maria Wörth or to Klagenfurt. And in summer, we’ll be there in person.
9. Austria's Lake Region
Head up to Schafberg mountain , enjoy the views of the lake region, and recharge your batteries. The Salzkammergut lake region is located in the picturesque wonderland of mountains and lakes between Upper Austria, Salzburg, and Styria. Precious few landscapes can boast so many inspiring and often breathtakingly beautiful spots, offering peace and relaxation as well as new energy.
The Schafbergbahn, Austria’s steepest cog railway, features both modern and vintage locomotives taking visitors up to Schafberg mountain and back down, making the journey an unforgettable experience. This rail line has been transporting passengers from St. Wolfgang up to the 1,783-metre-high Schafberg since 1893.
10. Vienna's Schönbrunn Zoo
Want to watch a baby polar bear enjoy her lunch? Play with giraffes at eye level? Take giant leaps with Australian kangaroos ? The Schönbrunn Zoo’s extensive video collection allows you to experience its animals at close range – without having to leave home.
In the course of its history, Vienna's Schönbrunn Zoo – the oldest of its kind in the world – has developed into a centre for nature and species conservation, contributing to environmental sustainability.
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Take a Virtual Trip
Austria's best online nature experiences.
We could all use a bit of soothing nature in our lives. Find our top picks here:
- See Innsbruck's natural wonders: Visit 2,000+ animals at the Alpine Zoo or hang-glide down Nordkette mountain on your desktop computer, mobile device, or even via VR goggles.
- Visit St. Anton am Arlberg via live cams - use the time slider to see the sunrise or sunset.
- Take a 360-degree hike to Saalfelden Leogang's hermitage .
- Explore the Großglockner , Austria's highest mountain, and its High Alpine Road via live cams.
- Take a dip in deep blue Lake Wörthersee in Austria's south with its interactive 360-degree panorama.
- Take a tour of the world's largest ice cave with this 360-degree video.
- Enjoy the view from Schafberg mountain in Austria's lake region with this 360-degree video.
- Videos: Have a mountain breakfast or fly over Vorarlberg by choosing your favourite place on this map .
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Click and stroll the streets
Explore some of Austria's impressive cities from home:
- Innsbruck has 360-degree experiences for desktop, mobile, and VR on offer.
- Visit Salzburg via webcam here .
- See Vienna from above via webcam here , or explore its sights and museums digitally.
- Get a live view of Graz with this online panorama .
- See live images from Linz.
Klimt & Dürer in Your Living Room
Stroll through Vienna's museums, without ever leaving the sofa:
- Browse the Albertina's graphic art collection , including Albrecht Dürer's legendary Hare .
- Explore art history with Vienna's Kunsthistorisches Museum (Museum of Fine Arts) and see works by Rubens, Tizian, Rembrandt, Raffael, and Velázquez - plus the world's biggest Bruegel collection in this interactive stroll .
- See art history's most famous kiss by Gustav Klimt and other artworks from medieval times to contemporary art at the Belvedere . Find guided tours here - an art historian introduces a new work of art every day at 3 p.m.
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Feel Like Royalty
Austria's palaces and castles.
Take a trip back in time, using today's technology:
- Feel like a Habsburg with one of three virtual tours of Vienna's most popular tourist attraction, Schönbrunn Palace . Alternatively, walk the halls yourself, courtesy of Google .
- Located about 1.5 hours from the city of Salzburg, Kaprun Castle is an imposing fortress dating back to the 12th century.
- Walk through Salzburg's Hellbrunn Palace and its impressive gardens.
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Waltz through the scenic Austrian countryside
There is no shortage of countryside to allure us in Austria. Wander just beyond the well-trodden cities or further to towns like Hallstat and Durstein and float between the glassy lakes, soft grass hills and trails that wind around mountains.
Walk through the Baroque city of Salzburg
Trips to Salzburg come with a side of opulent architecture. Amble through this town overflowing with charming fountains, squares, cathedrals and cafes, taking time to soak up the immense elegance found in centuries-old spires and domes.
Take an elevator up to the Eagle's Nest
A short drive from Salzburg, through hollowed-out mountains, the Eagle’s Nest – or Kehlsteinhaus – is a monument to the greed of the Nazi regime. Rise up to this chalet perched on a sheer rock wall and be struck by the eerie contrast of the idyllic setting and the people who once roamed its halls.
See the State Opera in Vienna
With the ghosts of Mozart and Strauss in your presence, you can hear the unforgettable sounds of authentic opera at the State Opera in Vienna. The theater come alive as the curtains rise and the performance begins, so powerful you can hear the Soprano reaching her high notes from across the street.
Admire Emperor Maximilian's Golden Roof in Innsbruck
The 2,657 gleaming copper tiles that adorn this building are hard to miss. Enter the historic old town and catch sight of the roof glistening between storybook buildings and bright alps. Walk closer to study scenes of Maximilian’s life richly decorating the alcove.
Our top 5 things to do in Austria
With Trafalgar guiding the way, you'll do so much more than admire storybook towns and see the country’s most iconic spots. These are just a few of the culture-drenched things to do in Austria.
Give yourself a day of freedom to uncover this vast collection of art and treasures. A highlight of any Vienna trip, the UNESCO World Heritage site of Belvedere Museum features three sites with baroque palaces, parks, views and 800 years of priceless artwork. Every corner commands your awe and attention.
Natural History Museum
Discover the depths of Mother Nature at the Natural History Museum in Salzburg. Your visit will reveal the edges of outerspace and what the world looked like millions of years ago when dinosaurs roamed. You can then get aquainted with their distant relatives who amble around the museum’s reptile zoo.
Step into the Mozart family residence, where Wolfgang wrote piano and violin concerts, serenades and symphonies. Witness the pianoforte on which the young prodigy used to play and gain a deeper insight into the fascinating life and work of this talented family.
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Austria's museums are a reflection of the country's reverence for all things natural, musical and artistic. Take a journey with Trafalgar into the museums of this country, and discover why Austria is still a culture capital of Europe.
Visit one of the Vienna’s beloved 'würstelständer' sausage stands to try the street food treat that’s an emblem of the country. Each satisfying bite of käsekrainer is a mix of Austrian sausage and rich melted cheese that oozes from within.
Famed for servings so large, they spill off the plate, Austrians have long perfected this dish of tender veal coated in crunchy golden breadcrumbs. One of the country’s icons and a must-try on your trip to Austria, devour wiener schnitzel like a local with a petite side of potato salad.
Get lost in layers of buttery pastry that swirl around baked apple and cinnamon in a dish that translates to ‘whirlpool’. Apfelstrudel tastes best in a cosy Viennese coffee house with a warm brew beside you.
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Austrians are known for their love affair with meat and nostalgia-inducing desserts. Take a culinary adventure with Trafalgar, and we’ll delight you with the country’s very best gastronomical experiences.
What to pack for Austria
The opera is a must-do attraction in Austria, made even more enjoyable when you dress the part. If you have room, pack an elegant option in with your travel staples for this very special occasion.
Somewhere between the architecture and the alps, you’re bound to find your camera storage full. Pack an extra SD card or hard drive so you can click away without worry.
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With one of the best train networks in the world, excellent overnight services and countryside galore, rail is easily the best way to get around Austria. Thankfully, this is part of the package when you travel with Trafalgar.
A trip surrounded by lush countryside means the possibility of pollen. Make sure you have some antihistamine tablets on hand incase your outdoor adventures induce allergies.
Chances are you’ll be enjoying a substantial serving of the great outdoors on your Austria tour. Protect your eyes from the summer sun and winter snow with some polarized lenses.
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How to watch Australian Open 2024: live stream tennis men's final online
It's the climax of the men's singles in Melbourne
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The Australian Open 2024 has been another tournament to remember, running the gamut of ludicrous late finishes and stunning upsets. Bringing the tournament to a close it's the men's singles final as Jannik Sinner vs Daniil Medvedev on Sunday, January 28.
You can watch the Australian Open 2024 women's singles final in the US, UK and for FREE in Australia on 9Now. But don't worry if you're abroad while it's on because you can watch Australian Open 2024 live streams from anywhere with a VPN .
► Start time (expected): 3.30 am ET / 12.30 am PT / 8.30 am UK / 7.30 pm AEDT
AU: 9Now (free)
US: ESPN Plus
UK: Discovery Plus
How to use a VPN to watch any stream
The women's singles was a tale of two halves, chaos in the top half, with 12th seed Qinwin Zheng making it all the way through to her first grand slam final. In the bottom half, defending Aussie champ Aryna Sabalenka was superb and it was the Belarusian who stormed to a straight-sets victory in Saturday's final.
The men's singles was more predictable, right up until Jannik Sinner produced the performance of his career so far to defeat 10-time champion Novak Djokovic in their semi-final. Sinner will face third seed Daniil Medvedev, who fought back from two sets down to beat Alexander Zverev in an epic contest. Sinner vs Zverev will be on Sunday.
If you're not sure of your best options for getting a final live stream, we have all the details you need on this page, including how to watch Australian Open 2024 online from anywhere in the world.
Matches worth watching on Sunday, January 28
After two weeks of scintillating tennis, it's time for Jannik Sinner vs Daniil Medvedev in the Australian Open 2024 men's singles final.
Sinner was magnificent in beating Novak Djokovic in four titanic sets in his semi-final and confirming his recent ascent to the top of the men's game. The 22-year-old's massive weapons – big serve, even bigger forehand – make him dangerous regardless of opponent, with world number one Djoko the only player to take a set off him this tournament.
Medvedev has been the marathon man this tournament, going five sets on three different occasions and more late finishes than Lindsay Lohan. The Russian's will to win is unmatched in the ATP Tour and he'll need every last morsel to overcome the form horse.
- Women's singles final: Sinner vs Medvedev 3.30 am ET / 12.30 am PT / 8.30 am UK / 7.30 pm AEDT
How to watch Australian Open 2024 for free
If you're in Australia, you can watch Australian Open matches for FREE . Semi-final match-ups are expected to start at around 7.30 pm AEDT, assuming there are no delays.
You can tune in to Channel 9 or the streaming service 9Now , which has live streams of ongoing matches, as well as highlights for each of the matches that have already taken place.
If you're an Aussie trying to access 9Now while outside Australia, you might want to try a VPN to allow you to watch Australian Open tennis from abroad .
How to watch Australian Open 2024 in the US
The Australian Open 2024 semi-finals will take place on Thursday, January 25 with an expected start time of 3.30 am ET / 12.30 am PT in he US.
Our top recommendation for catching Gauff vs Sabalenka and Zhenv vs Yastremska would be to use the streaming service ESPN Plus . It's covering every single serve, smash and volley of the tournament and, according to ESPN, its streaming service "will stream all rounds on all courts live". Simple!
ESPN Plus costs $10.99 per month or $109.99 per year for a subscription, but many people sign up via the Disney Bundle , which offers it alongside Hulu and Disney Plus from just $14.99 per month.
- How to sign up for ESPN Plus
If you have cable, then you'll also be able to watch Gauff vs Sabalenka live on ESPN2. Alternatively, stream ESPN2 through various live TV streaming services .
DirecTV offers it in its Entertainment package for $79.99 per month (or its higher tiers), Fubo has it in the basic Pro package at $79.99 per month (or through its 7-day free trial), and Sling TV has it in its Orange plan from $40 per month (or its Orange + Blue package which is $55 per month) and half-price for your first month.
How to watch Australian Open 2024 in the UK
To watch Australian Open matches in the UK, you'll have to have either Eurosport on your TV package or to sign up to Discovery Plus .
For the latter, you'll need the Standard Discovery Plus plan (as opposed to Basic), which costs £6.99 a month and has no annual option (something that's worth emphasizing, seeing as the Basic plan does offer an annual option, but won't let you watch the tennis).
- Sign up to Discovery Plus here
How to watch Australian Open 2024 from anywhere with a VPN
You can watch Australian Open 2024 on any of the streaming services above by using a VPN – no matter where you are in the world!
Normally a streaming service will know where you are trying to tune in from and block you if you're not in the right country but a Virtual Private Network (VPN) is an app that hides your location. That means you can access your usual sports and entertainment services even while you're traveling abroad.
Our favorite VPN is ExpressVPN , which is the No. 1-rated VPN in the world right now according to our sister site, TechRadar.
- Download the app at ExpressVPN
- Choose the location of the streaming service you want to watch (UK, US, etc)
- Navigate to the streaming service and start watching!
ExpressVPN is one of the simplest and most affordable ways to watch what you want from anywhere you want to watch it.
It's straightforward and easy to use, has great security, is available on loads of streaming devices and, best of all, it comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee , so you can try it out 100% risk-free.
All you need to know about Australian Open 2024
When do the australian open finals take place.
The men's singles final will happen at 8.30 am UK / 7.30 pm AEDT on Sunday, January 28.
What are our predictions for the men's final?
After his semi-final heroics, and as the fresher of the two players, Jannik Sinner is the favorite over Daniil Medvedev going into the Australian Open final. Yet the Russian has more major final experience, albeit in a predominantly losing cause, which could held tilt the contest in his direction.
What are the Australian Open 2024 odds?
For the bookies, Jannik Sinner (-310) is the favorite to overcome Daniil Medvedev (+250).
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Tour of Austria Route, Stages and Results 2023
Tickets are still on sale for Taylor Swift ‘Eras Tour’ concerts in US and Canada
- Updated: Feb. 01, 2024, 9:42 a.m. |
- Published: Jan. 31, 2024, 11:42 a.m.
Taylor Swift performing her first of three sold out nights at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, PA on Friday May 12, 2023. Fans who missed the first leg of her North American tour can still get tickets to shows in 2024 in the US and Canada. Al Mannarino | For NJ Advance Me
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Almost everyone knows that global superstar Taylor Swift will perform in Tokyo, Japan, on Feb. 7, 8, 9 and 10.
We know because it could be tricky for her to get from Tokyo to Las Vegas, Nevada, in time to see her boyfriend, Travis Kelce, of the Kansas City Chiefs, play football in the Super Bowl.
And, by the way, those Tokyo concert tickets are selling fast if you want to hop on that.
After Tokyo (and the Super Bowl) she heads to Australia starting on Feb. 16, then Singapore; Paris, France; Stockholm, Sweden; Lisbon, Portugal; Madrid, Spain; Lyon, France; the United Kingdom; Ireland; Netherlands; Switzerland; Italy; Germany; Poland; Austria; back to the UK and then to Canada.
If you would rather try to grab a seat at Swift’s “The Eras Tour” concerts a bit closer to home, it can be done.
Last year, Swift announced additional concerts for the tour this year in Miami, Florida; New Orleans, Louisiana; Indianapolis, Indiana; Toronto; and Vancouver. Gracie Abrams will open for Swift on all the new dates.
Oct. 18, 19 and 20: Hard Rock Stadium in Miami
Oct. 25, 26 and 27: Caesars Superdome, New Orleans
Nov. 1, 2 and 3: Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis
Nov. 14, 15, 16 and Nov. 21, 22 and 23: Rogers Centre in Toronto
Dec. 6, 7 and 8: BC Place, Vancouver
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- Oct. 18-20 in Miami - Stubhub, Vivid Seats, SeatGeek
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- Nov. 1-3 in Indianapolis - Stubhub , Vivid Seats, SeatGeek
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- Nov. 21-23 in Toronto, Canada - Stubhub , Vivid Seats, SeatGeek
- Dec. 6-8 in Vancouver, Canada - Stubhub, Vivid Seats , SeatGeek
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The king´s stage climbs the großglockner.
“Today the mountain of mountains in the history of the Tour: The Grossglockner. With it`s 3,798 meters the highest mountain in Austria. The KOM classification at the Hochtor, where the “Glöcknerkönig” is also awarded, is the top of the Tour of Austria at 2,504 meters and has been a real highlight for many years. Dramas were written here and many Tours decided. A small preliminary decision in the overall classification will probably be made today as well. The finish in St.Johann Alpendorf, a place that has already been a stage partner of the Tour of Austria several times, will be exciting”.
Christoph Resl , Teammanager WSA KTM Graz p/b LEomo
148,5 KILOMETERS / 2947 ALTITUDE DIFFERENCE
11 AM | Marktplatz – SILLIAN
Lienz , Mörtschach , Schwarzach
Iselsberg , Hochtor , Fuschertörl
The market town in Hochpustertal. The place with the most hours of sunshine in Austria. The Tour was already a guest in 1993 and 1995.
TVB Osttirol chairman Franz Theurl : “The Tour of Austria has a long tradition in East Tyrol. In the 1950s there were already legendary stage arrivals followed by the start of a ride over the Großglockner, so there have been many unforgettable and friendly encounters with the organizers and cyclists over the decades. We are pleased that after a break of several years, this international cycling event, which is now listed as the “Tour of Austria” in the UCI calendar, is coming to a new edition. In addition to Lienz, Sillian was also a stage and starting point again and again. So we are happy that this year the start of the 3rd stage will take place in the market town of Sillian. With the king’s stage over the Großglockner, we are experiencing an exciting day in international cycling events”.
A feel-good oasis in Salzburg. Access to the extensive Snowspace Salzburg ski area. And in summer a hiking area with a great offer of fine hotels.
“With a network of bike and trail paths spanning more than 500 kilometers, the Snow Space Salzburg holiday region is one of the most popular bike hotspots in the Alps. Signs such as the tour stop of the Großglockner royal stage of the Tour of Austria in St. Johann/Alpendorf or the ultimate bike challenge Stoneman Taurista underpin the varied and varied offer for families, mountain and e-bikers as well as racing cyclists in the heart of the Salzburger Land”, praises Wolfgang Hettegger , CEO of Snow Space Salzburg , the cycling advantages of his region.