WEEK #29 - CYCLING SHORTS




News

Bahrain is to look for a new title sponsor as McLaren might withdraw their sponsorship after just one year, citing financial losses during the Coronavirus pandemic. The team is kept afloat by the country's ruling Prince, who is embroiled in human rights violations.


Towns on the route of the Milano-Sanremo race, have voiced their opposition to blocking the roads on such a busy day for the seaside businesses. They say they cannot guarantee the policing of closed roads. The area has suffered badly for the loss of tourism over the lockdown months and the mayors were hoping for the race to be postponed to September rather than the 8th August. Talks between the mayors, the police and RCS (the race organisers) are ongoing. In the meantime, the road up to the Poggio has been resurfaced and it is ready for the final stages of the race.


Alpecin-Fenix, Mathieu Van der Poels's team, has withdrawn from the Sibiu Tour citing coronavirus logistical complications.


The first stage of Polish stage race Dookoła Mazowsza was cancelled due to a motorbike accident en route.


Results


MEN

Dookoła Mazowsza (2.2)

stage 1: Cancelled

stage 2: Felix Gross (Germany)

stage 3: Michael Kukrle (Elkov - Kasper)

stage 4: Felix Gross (Germany)

GC: Michael Kukrle (Elkov - Kasper)

Points: Felix Gross (Germany)

Youth: Felix Gross (Germany)

Team: Mazowsze Serce Polski


WOMEN

National Championships Croatia - ITT (NC)

Winner: Mia Radotić (Cogeas - Mettler Pro Cycling Team)


MEN

National Championships Croatia - ITT (NC)

Winner: Josip Rumac (Androni Giocattoli - Sidermec)


WOMEN

National Championships Croatia - RR (NC)

Winner: Maja Perinović (Top Girls - Fassa Bortolo)


MEN

National Championships Croatia - RR (NC)

Winner: Josip Rumac (Androni Giocattoli - Sidermec)


MEN

Puchar MON (1.2)

Winner: Felix Gross (Germany)


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