Hmm, not sure about that; the conditions today were super fast - quite a difference to last weeks women's P-R, which was wet, then damp.Of course, the difference - condition-wise - between P-R and CX wasn't that big this year.
I believe it was originally focused on having the men's race on prime time tv in Belgium and was also like that for the Trek Waterloo WC a couple of years ago. As neither Trek nor Fayetteville switched round, I guess it's just a recent tradition the organisers of the Jingle Cross have continued on.Why do they have changed order of Men's and Women's race for round 3?
I am afraid it's below average.
They had two but one was muted for almost all the race, although they only realized that midway through the race. They don't have one person in regie who can check if all is well in the output provided by their media player to the consumers?At Ruddervoorde
GCN hit a commentary low today.
Not even ambient sound.
Just a single guy that sounds like he's commentating out of his bedroom.