Pro-cycling survives 12 months of Covid-19 restrictions, now ‘defiant’ as vaccines give hope for return to normal

//Pro-cycling survives 12 months of Covid-19 restrictions, now ‘defiant’ as vaccines give hope for return to normal

Pro-cycling survives 12 months of Covid-19 restrictions, now ‘defiant’ as vaccines give hope for return to normal

Sports fans would never have guessed in March 2020 that events would still be on hold 12 months later. For pro cyclists the first true Covid-19 blow was dealt at the World Tour ranked UAE Tour stage race in March, when the entire race was halted and forcibly quarantined, much to the protests of riders and staff. It did seem slightly absurd back then. As the virus raced through Europe many bike races found themselves being halted mid-flow until they were all finally put into the same lockdown…

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