Wide television and streaming reach for Longines Global Champions Tour in Rome
There are three days at the start of the Longines Global Champions Tour in Rome, setting up the arena though not yet finalized definitively is already impressive at the Stadio dei Marmi “Pietro Mennea“ where the predominant theme chosen by the organizers is white: the white sand lining the arena and the stands that are in addition to the ancient marble of the steps and statues gives maximum affect.
Top sport in a Top location is the key to the Longines Global Champions Tour, so that there is high visibility not only for those attending but also for multimedia viewers, who can watch the races on TV and in live streaming on the official LGCT website.
For this stage of the television coverage in Italy will be wide and varied: Rai Sport will follow the event with the full transmission of all the main events from Friday, September 11 with (on Rai Sport 2), while the LGCT Longines Grand Prix (Saturday 12:30 to 14:30 and Sunday 15:15 to 16:45) and the final event will be transmitted to respectively both live on Rai Sport 1 and Rai Sport 2, in addition to television coverage provided by Eurosport and beIN sport ( Sunday at 9.05 am).
The schedule: http://www.globalchampionstour.com/events/2015/rome/tv-schedule/
Those taking part include the French riders Patrice Delaveau, Simon Delestre and Penelope Leprevost, the Germans Christian Ahlmann, Ludger Beerbaum, Marcus Ehning, Marco Kutscher and Meredith Michaels Beerbaum.
Will be four Italian representatives in the CSI5 *: Lorenzo De Luca, Juan Carlos Garcia, Emanuele Gaudiano and Luca Maria Moneta.
Britain and the Netherlands will be represented respectively by Ben Maher and John Whitaker and Harrie Smolders, Maikel van der Vleuten and Jur Vrieling.
Also present are the current leader and the former leader Luciana Diniz, who will try to recover the position now occupied by the championship leader, the British rider Scott Brash.
The full list is here: http://www.globalchampionstour.com/events/2015/rome/riders-and-horses/
photo: Stefano Grasso / LGCT