Cyclingnews announces live coverage of Women's WorldTour, Olympics, Worlds

SIENA ITALY AUGUST 01 Elisa Longo Borghini of Italy and Team TrekSegafredo Women Elizabeth ArmisteadDeignan of The United Kingdom and Team TrekSegafredo Women Franziska Koch of Germany and Team Sunweb Women Juliette Labous of France and Team Sunweb Women Liane Lippert of Germany and Team Sunweb Women Dust during the Eroica 6th Strade Bianche 2020 Women Elite a 136km race from Siena to Siena Piazza del Campo StradeBianche on August 01 2020 in Siena Italy Photo by Luc ClaessenGetty Images
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Cyclingnews will be offering live coverage of select events that are part of the top-tier Women's WorldTour, along with the Tokyo Olympic Games and the UCI Road World Championships in 2021. 

The Women's WorldTour was expected to host 25 races this season. However, the Giro Rosa was downgraded to 1.Pro, and, due to COVID-19, a number of events have faced postponement and cancellation.

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March 6Strade BiancheRow 0 - Cell 2
March 21Trofeo Alfredo Binda - Comune di CittiglioRow 1 - Cell 2
March 25AG Driedaagse Brugge-De PanneRow 2 - Cell 2
March 28Gent-Wevelgem WomenRow 3 - Cell 2
April 4Tour of Flanders WomenRow 4 - Cell 2
April 11Women's Paris-RoubaixRow 5 - Cell 2
April 18Amstel Gold Race Ladies EditionRow 6 - Cell 2
April 21La Flèche Wallonne FéminineRow 7 - Cell 2
April 25Liège-Bastogne-Liège FemmesRow 8 - Cell 2
July 27La Course by Le Tour de FranceRow 9 - Cell 2
July 25 and 28Tokyo Olympic GamesRow 10 - Cell 2
September 20 and 25World ChampionshipsRow 11 - Cell 2
OctoberThe Women's TourRow 12 - Cell 2

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