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OTHER CYCLING : Women's Cycling : Ras na mBan Last Updated: 24 Sep 2018 - 4:03:54 PM

Eurosport to Broadcast Rás na mBan Highlights This Weekend
By Declan Quigley
22 Sep 2018,

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TV Highlights of this year's Rás na mBan will be televised on Eurosport this coming Saturday, 22nd September, at 4.30pm.

The hour-long highlights show produced by InForm Sport Media features coverage of all six stages of this year's five-day race which ended on the Parade in Kilkenny last Sunday week.

The first transmission of programme is due to follow directly after coverage of the Tour de l'Eurometropole event in Belgium. Broadcast time is, as always, subject to the vagaries of the live programming which precedes it.

The event highlights will subsequently be broadcast around the coverage of this year's world road race championships in Austria which run from Sunday 23rd to the following Sunday, 30th September.

InForm Sport Media have made a one-hour and half-hour highlights show of the event which was won by Coralie Demay of Team Breizh after a thrilling battle with Britain's Nicola Juniper of TC Racing.

Eurosport is available in 14 million homes throughout Ireland and Britain and this Sunday's broadcast is the first of several transmissions of the show around the world championships coverage and beyond.

The programme has been scheduled for transmission on a number of further occasions around Eurosport's programming for the World Championships in the following week.

A full provisional schedule of transmissions will be issued soon.


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 5th to 9th this year and will again, for a third year, take in the beautiful scenery of County Kilkenny. Top international riders from Europe and beyond compete against the best riders in Ireland for the coveted title.

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