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The pandemic is on the minds of nearly everyone here, but strangely, once the race actually started, Paris-Nice seemed like just about any other bike race.
Bobby and Gus talk about what everybody is talking about — the global pandemic.
Teams left uncertain of race schedules and logistics as measures to curtail health crisis develop by the day.
The Outer Line examines the growing impact of COVID-19 on the pro cycling season and what team managers can do.
Guillaume Boivin confident of riders' own health at Paris-Nice, though he and others fear measures to prevent spread of virus around general public could put long-term stopper on racing.
Dutch races this weekend seeing increasingly-powerful line ups as teams scramble to find opportunities for riders scheduled to start northern classics.
Dmitry Strakhov diagnosed having undergone five tests for coronavirus in Abu Dhabi, Pogacar posts update after 11 days in lockdown.
French health authorities banned large public gatherings of more than 1,000 people, forcing Paris-Nice race officials to close off start and finish areas to the public.
Paris-Nice organizer ASO is limiting spectator access to the race after a decree by the French government cancelled all public gatherings larger than 1,000 people.
Pro cycling teams are being extra cautious when it comes to deciding when to deploy riders, for fear of infection, and quarantine away from family and training.
Milano-Sanremo being raced in fall, major teams sitting out March racing, Paris-Nice carrying on regardless - VeloNews debates the big issues from the last week in pro cycling.
Teams to be released from lockdown ahead of schedule after a third test for Covid-19
After an intense internal debate, the Israeli-backed team vows to keep racing so long as authorities will allow it.
On this week's episode we speak with editor Jim Cotton who was on the ground at the UAE Tour and underwent four days of quarantine due to coronavirus.
Affectionately called “The Race to the Sun,” the week-long stage race makes it way down through the heart of France to the Mediterranean Sea, noted for its abundance of sunshine.
The two WorldTour Italian races will be re-scheduled to later in the calendar amid growing impact of coronavirus on the pro cycling world.
Why are officials cancelling pro cycling races? A method called "social distancing" is a proven way to curb the spread of pathogens like COVID-19.
The French team will not be participating in the upcoming Italian races, and it remains to be seen if they start in French races.
The 2020 Sea Otter Classic has been postponed due to coronavirus. The event has yet to announce a new date.
The coronavirus presenting unprecedented challenges for pro cyclists, governing bodies, and cycling fans.
A decree by the Italian government cancelling all public events is likely to impact Strade Bianche, Milano-Sanremo, and other cycling events.
Australian squad pulls out of even more races, while Dutch team has withdrawn from Strade Bianche due to mounting fears of the coronavirus outbreak
Pressure is mounting as weekend races face growing coronavirus crisis. Teams have been placed in extended quarantine, doctors post warning, and others vow not to race.
Coronavirus outbreak at UAE Tour continues to wreak havoc on the peloton, with impacts for Team Cofidis' squad selection for upcoming block of racing.
American squad EF Pro Cycling has written David Lappartient and RCS Sport director Mauro Vengi asking to be exempt from Strade Bianche, Tirreno-Adriatico, and Milano-Sanremo.
North America's largest bicycle festival the Sea Otter Classic is monitoring the growing coronavirus threat, and may change its April schedule.
The French sport minister said Paris-Nice will be allowed to be held, ending worries for now that the coronavirus could derail the 'Race to the Sun'
RCS Sport sent a message Monday morning assuring teams that Strade Bianche and other Italian races will be held.
UCI president Lappartient says the cycling governing body is doing what it can as coronavirus threatens more WorldTour races.
Quarantine lifted after media, riders underwent Coronavirus testing Friday, though travel schedules reliant on the issue of paperwork giving all-clear.
"We’re on a race track and there’s Ferraris going around, there’s four or five restaurants here, so it’s not so bad. You know, we've got an internet connection, coffee machines, and so it could be worse. It's very, very comfortable."
In the basement of a hotel packed with businessmen, tourists, and cycling media from around the world, a medical team was slowly but surely working through the guests in the hotel, calling them down to be tested for Covid-19.
VeloNews reports from inside the media hotel placed under quarantine in Abu Dhabi, with participating teams locked down in neighboring accommodation.
Teams at the UAE Tour have been informed that the race has been cancelled due to fears of coronavirus in the country.