the WORLD cup in cycling in the swiss Aigle Martigny, which should have been settled 20.-27. september, has been cancelled.
The writing sportsredaktør Massimo Lorenzi from Radio Télévision Suisse, there is a relatively credible source, since the tv station should have produced the tv signal from the championships:
- WORLD cup in cycling in Aigle and Martigny is not going to take place because of the health reasons associated with covid.
- It is deeply regrettable for the organizers and the technical team at RTS, which would produce this great event, writes Massimo Lorenzi.
the Reason is that the government of Switzerland did not intend to dispense from forsamlingsreglerne, which currently allow collections of up to 1000 persons.
In principle, a VM could easily be run with a lot of restrictions, but the organizers have virtually only the revenue, the audience is put at such an event, and without them the championships generate a huge deficit.
It has a single positive effect seen with Danish eyes. Because that means that Mads Pedersen gets to run another season in the rainbow-colored leotard, he won, when he was first over the line last year at the WORLD cup in Yorkshire.
Neither the swiss organizers or The International Cykelunion (UCI) has confirmed the cancellation.
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