Why would GCN/ES change their broadcasting team for women's races just for a single race?
It's always Marty MacDonald outside of a few smaller races with Jose Been.
I think in this context "outside of" is used in the same definition as "other than", so should be parsed as "It's always Marty MacDonald" "outside of" "a few smaller races with Jose Been", rather than "it's always Marty MacDonald with Jose Been (outside of a few smaller races)" - i.e. Marty takes play by play duty (usually as you mention with Rowe) other than a few races when either Marty is on holiday or has other commitments, or there are multiple races on simultaneously, when Jose takes play by play duty.What - The staple is McDonald and Rowe - Christmas and Been have done a couple of races
She obviously used to train in the high alpine like mountains just north of London in the beautiful hillside town of Hemel Hempstead where she comes from.That is the first time I've heard that... today. It actually felt weird when the Danish ES commentators didn't mention it, because I've used to hearing it from Marty.
Yeah... I've noticed that too. Is on a - quite faulty - "longterm" list of races shown on (Danish) tv, but not on the actual schedule.Pretty sure Eurosport had a deal for all the French Cup races (?), but looks like no coverage of La Polynormande tomorrow. Pretty disappointing, especially as the Scandanavia and the European races will both be finished by 1530 CET.
No disrespect to Matt, but it made Smith commentate on the actual race instead of endlessly pontificating about how he used to raceRare thing today at Tour of Denmark... Matt Stephens disappeared from commentary with 8km to go and Brian Smith had to tow the race to the line.