The Tour de France, the biggest event in the cycling calendar, has been put back two months and will now start in Nice on August 29, organisers ASO have confirmed.
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On Monday, French president Emmanuel Macron had announced an extension of coronavirus restrictions across the country, banning large public events until July 11 at the earliest – including the Tour de France, originally scheduled for June 27 – July 19.
“There has been constant communication between riders, teams, organizers and relevant third parties over the past few weeks,” said ASO in a statement.
The routes of each stage are to remain the same, except for a possible minor alterations in built-up areas, he said.
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