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Polish cycling race rescheduled due to pandemic

21.04.2020 07:15
Poland’s Solidarity Race, an international cycling event, has been rescheduled from June to September due to the coronavirus pandemic.
More than 110 cyclists from 19 teams based in various countries took part in last years 30th Solidarity Race.
More than 110 cyclists from 19 teams based in various countries took part in last year's 30th Solidarity Race. Photo: PAP/Darek Delmanowicz

The annual race, which is also known as the Course de Solidarność et des Champions Olympique, is now expected to start in the southeastern town of Sanok on September 9, organisers said on Monday, as cited by Poland's PAP news agency.

The Solidarity Race has been held annually in Poland since 1990. Estonian rider Norman Vahtra won last year’s event.

Meanwhile, Poland’s largest cycling race, the Tour de Pologne, which was originally scheduled for July, is now expected to take place in August, its organisers have announced.

The exact timeline has yet to be determined.


Source: PAP