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Clash Watkins Glen show airs on Fox Sports

Documentary combines race coverage with tourism options in spectacular Finger Lakes region

The inaugural Clash Endurance Watkins Glen event will air on Fox Sports tonight. The show includes coverage of the professional and age group racing that took place at the world-renowned race track, while also showcasing the scenery and region-specific activities of the area.

Athletes who competed in the event received free entry to the Finger Lakes Wine Festival, which took place at the track during race weekend.

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“This broadcast differs from other CLASH Endurance shows as it centers around the faces and stories behind the start line,” Clash Endurance said in a release. “Gain a personal ‘All-Access’ pass and witness what it takes for professional and age group athletes alike to race on this historic, challenging and memorable course. Also check out how athletes enjoyed their time around Watkins Glen with friends and family by camping, kayaking, visits to ice creameries, wineries and behind-the-scenes tours of the speedway. Cheer on USA’s Andrew Starykowicz who led out of the swim and held off fellow competitors during the bike and run, dominating the men’s field with a winning time of 3:29:12. On the women’s side, American Sophie Watts claimed the title demonstrating excellent form on a difficult course, crossing the line at 3:52:09.”

American viewers will be able to watch the show on Fox Sports 1 and 2, while Canadian viewers can catch the show on Fox Sports Racing.

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“We are excited that FS1 and FS2 will be showcasing this new format of endurance programming,” said Clash Endurance CEO Bill Christy. “In the case of Clash Endurance Watkins Glen, the professional and age group athletes made the storytelling easy with their impressive performances and passion for triathlon. The incredible scenery throughout the region offered athletes, spectators and families the chance to experience a tri-cation like no other. As a sports media company, we look forward to continuing to elevate the endurance sports category through broadcast and beyond.”

Here’s a breakdown of when the shows will be aired:

July 27, 2022 – 7 p.m. ET
July 27, 2022 – 2 a.m. ET
July 28, 2022 – 2:30 a.m. ET
July 29, 2022 – 11 p.m. ET
July 27, 2022 – 7 p.m. ET