AA is working together with NBC Sports to provide you with unprecedented insights into this year's London Olympics. Every day, we'll be speaking with a new member of the network's broadcast team. Today, we hear from the most capped player in the history of USA soccer, Cobi Jones, on the challenges in transitioning from the pitch to the broadcast booth.
Q: How are the Olympics unique this time for you as a broadcaster given your vast experience as an athlete for US Scocer?
A: It is unique this time, because I get to see behind the curtain. To see the complete Olympics. All the time and effort by so many different people, on so many levels, to bring this wonderful sporting experience to the world. It really is amazing.
Q: What are the biggest challenges in preparing for calling an Olympic sport and during the event itself?
A: Preparation challenges. I would say getting the pronunciations down of some of the names is pretty challenging. Your mind want...