The World Cup stays in Switzerland

The Swiss town of Aigle-Martigny will host the 2020 World Cups from September 20 to 27. During the last weeks, a possible change of venue was considered.


The Swiss town of Aigle-Martigny has been confirmed as the venue for the Road Cycling World Cups on the dates scheduled from the beginning, from 20 to 27 September, according to the organization.

The doubts were cleared by the decision of the Swiss Federal Council to authorize meetings of more than 1,000 people from September, which ensures the dispute of the World Cups. According to the newspaper 'Le Nouvelliste', restrictions should be applied, in particular to limit the number of people who have access to the departure and arrival areas.

"We have never stopped working for the organization of these World Cups and today we continue preparing our appointment with cycling," said Grégory Devaud and Alexandre Debons, the two co-chairs of the organizing committee. On the Swiss stage, the Danish Mads Pedersen (Trek Segafredo) will be able to defend the world title, which he inherited in turn from the Spanish Alejandro Valverde, rainbow in 2018.



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