Japan Cup canceled due to coronavirus pandemic

Organizers announced the cancellation of the test, scheduled for October 18 in Utsunomiya, due to the current situation of the pandemic.


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Japan Cup, a traditional end-of-season test scheduled for October 18, will not take place in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to the race organization.

"We are asking all fans who have been eagerly awaiting the event to understand this decision. For next year's edition, we will strive to enhance its appeal as the only UCI ProSeries to be held in Japan," he notes on the the test Eiichi Sato, mayor of Utsunomiya and chairman of the organizing committee,

In the 2019 edition, the Dutchman Bauke Mollema, from the Trek Segafredo, prevailed, who also took one of the monuments of the season, the Giro de Lombardía.



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