It is the second successive year that British Eurosport will air action from the event which will feature riders from 14 nations competing for 20 teams in County Clare on Munster’s scenic Atlantic Coast.
The six-stage, five-day event will be shot and edited into a half hour show to be aired for the first time on October 5th in support of coverage of the Tour of Lombardy World Tour race.
British Eurosport broadcasts over 30 events live including all three Grand Tours: the Tour de France, the Vuelta a Espana and the Giro d’Italia throughout the season.
British Eurosport Managing Director David Kerr said, “We are delighted to bring coverage of Rás na mBan to our viewers again. Cycling is a key sport for the channel and continues to grow in popularity.”
An Post Rás na mBan race director Valerie Considine said: “This year’s An Post Rás na mBan is set to be the best ever. There is immense quality throughout the entry list and a fabulous selection of stage routes.
“I’m very pleased that we are able to renew our involvement with British Eurosport again in 2014. Thanks to generous support from An Post, Clare County Council and the National Dairy Council we are looking forward to again bringing the event to wider audience with this broadcast.”
About Rás na mBan
Rás na mBan (it translates from gaelic as ‘Women’s Race’ and is pronounced ‘raws na mahn’) is Ireland’s only women’s international stage race. This premier five-day event takes place from September 10th to 14th and will once again take in the beautiful scenery of County Clare in 2014. Top international riders from Europe and beyond compete against the best riders in Ireland for the coveted title.
For more information, please visit: www.rasnamban.com