Radio, press, TV, online: journalists’ work comes in many forms. In the heat of the stage, you want to be sure that information and technology are reliable. This is our committment as the TdS media team, in cooperation with the local media managers of each stage.
Covid-19 | Status 9.3.2021
The tour management is in regular contact with the authorities. More updates to follow.
Photo/Video: Provided that the 2021 Tour de Suisse can take place as planned, we will allow photographers to work on the route and at the stage locations to the extent that regulations permit. Restrictions are expected on the start and finish lines as well as at other critical points. A limited number of desks with access control and distance rules will be available at the stage locations. For video the usual rules shall apply, with priority for moving images produced by host broadcaster SRG SSR.
Other media professionals: For all media professionals who are not necessarily dependent on on-site camera work, we are preparing a comprehensive online service with interviews, videos and other content offerings. Severe restrictions are to be expected at the stage locations.
Closing weekend in Andermatt: For the closing weekend we are working on a solution for good working conditions on site. We therefore recommend that media representatives (with the exception of photo/video) schedule their physical visit to the end of the Tour de Suisse.
Please let us know your requirements. We’ll do our best to help you. And if a need goes beyond our possibilities, we’ll help you find a solution.
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The overall winner of the first Tour de Suisse Women is Elizabeth Deignan. Thanks to the time credits, the Briton outstripped Elise Chabbey by a single second in two intermediate sprints. The Swiss champion was handicapped by a fall. Three seconds time credit for the...
The women's Tour de Suisse got off to a perfect start under the eyes of the national defense and sports minister, Viola Amherd. The Swiss road champion Elise Chabbey beat Elizabeth Deignan (GBR) just in the sprint after the 114.3 km of the 1st stage in Frauenfeld and...