- 1 Who are the commentators on Eurosport cycling?
- 2 Who are the commentators for the Tour de France 2020?
- 3 Who is commentating the 2019 Tour de France?
- 4 Who is commentating on ITV4 Tour de France?
- 5 Was Phil Liggett a cyclist?
- 6 Where does Bob Roll live now?
- 7 Does Bob Roll have cancer?
- 8 Who are the Australian Tour de France commentators?
- 9 Where are Tour de France commentators?
- 10 Where is Paul Burmeister?
- 11 Where is the ITV Tour de France studio?
- 12 Is Tour de France on ITV4?
- 13 Is Gary Imlach in France?
- 14 What sports do ITV show?
Who are the commentators on Eurosport cycling?
Eurosport has had a shake-up for this year with coverage also being shared on the GCN app, though many of the same names remain. In the commentary box during live airings, we have Carlton Kirby, Rob Hatch, former British champion Brian Smith, and the legendary Sean Kelly.
Who are the commentators for the Tour de France 2020?
NBC Sports’ coverage of the 2020 Tour de France features Phil Liggett, universally known as the “voice of cycling,” who will call play-by-play race action from Sky Sports’ studios in the U.K. Analyst Bob Roll will remotely join Liggett on the call from NBC Sports Group’s International Broadcast Center in Stamford, Conn
Who is commentating the 2019 Tour de France?
Best commentator calls from first week of TDF
Relive all the best calls from commentators Phil Liggett and Bob Roll during the first 10 stages of the 2019 Tour de France.
Who is commentating on ITV4 Tour de France?
Presenter Gary Imlach is joined on ITV4 by commentators Ned Boulting and David Millar, reporters Daniel Friebe and Matt Rendell along with former Team Sky rider Peter Kennaugh and road racing legend Chis Boardman for expert analysis during the 21-stage race.
Was Phil Liggett a cyclist?
He is a former amateur cyclist and received a professional contract in 1967; instead of turning professional, he saw a future in sports journalism after writing articles in cycling magazines about races in which he participated.
Where does Bob Roll live now?
Roll is a former professional cyclist, competing as a Tour de France racer (he finished the event three times) and mountain bike competitor throughout his career. Roll continues to ride road and mountain bicycles recreationally. He is a native of Oakland, California and currently resides in Durango, Colorado.
Does Bob Roll have cancer?
He’s having a hard way with pancreatic cancer, but he decided to tough it out and still cover the race…that’s a Tour de France biker for you.
Who are the Australian Tour de France commentators?
SBS Tour de France commentators Matt Keenan and Robbie McEwen displayed passion and professionalism from two different cities as they called the thrilling sprint finish to Stage 11 – with Australian Caleb Ewan taking yet another win.
Where are Tour de France commentators?
NBC Sports has grounded its Tour de France broadcast team due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which means Felicio will manage the American broadcast from a studio in Stamford, Connecticut, 3,600 miles away from the action.
Where is Paul Burmeister?
The former Iowa quarterback turned broadcaster is leaving NFL Network to become the primary host for the NBC Sports Network’s daily program “Pro Football Talk.” It’s a career switch that will take Burmeister, an Iowa City native, from Los Angeles to Stamford, Conn.
Where is the ITV Tour de France studio?
From a pop-up studio, all the live output for ITV’s Tour de France will be broadcasting live from Maidstone Studio via Timeline TV’s Ealing facility.
Is Tour de France on ITV4?
How to watch Tour de France 2020 on TV and live stream. You can watch all of the live action on ITV4 with highlights shows running regularly on the night of every stage at approximately 7pm. Coverage can also be live streamed daily via ITV Hub.
Is Gary Imlach in France?
Gary Imlach (born 1960, West Bridgford) is a British author, journalist and broadcaster, specialising in sport. Imlach has covered the Tour de France since 1990, formerly on Channel 4, transferring to ITV in 2001 when the station bought the television rights to the cycle race.
What sports do ITV show?
The majority of ITV Sport programmes are broadcast on ITV4 although live football, major horse racing events, the Rugby World Cup and the French Open Tennis finals are shown on the ITV Network (ITV, STV and UTV).