Warner Bros. Discovery has secured non-exclusive broadcast rights to next year’s World Athletics Championships in Budapest.
Fans across Europe will be able to enjoy up to 600 races and 3,500 hours of winter sports action over the next few months.
The swim-bike-run series kicks off with the Arena Games Triathlon, a new esports format blending real life and virtual racing.
Sports fans can take a look into what tennis could look like in the future when Ultimate Tennis Showdown (UTS) Season 2 returns.
Live and exclusive coverage of round one of the MotoAmerica Superbike Championship from Road America, Wisconsin starts on Saturday evening at 9pm CEST / 8pm BST with the Supersport race and resumes the following day at 8pm CEST / 7pm BST.
To coincide with when the World Snooker Championship was due to take place, Eurosport has produced a series of brilliant vodcasts with some of the greatest faces in the game.
The channel has secured exclusive live rights to the event in the Czech Republic and Slovakia for the first time, and renewed its agreement in a further nine territories – Belgium, Finland, Iceland, Hungary, Netherlands, Norway, Romania, Russia and Sweden – from 2020 until 2023.
Eurosport has struck a deal with the CANAL+ Group and France Télévisions to secure the exclusive French pay-TV rights for Tokyo 2020 across Eurosport’s linear and digital streaming services.