Lotto Thüringen Ladies Tour confirmed for May 25-30

HAMMES Kathrin ( GER ) ‚Äď WNT ROTOR PRO CYCLING TEAM ( WNT ) - GER ‚Äď Querformat - quer - horizontal - Landscape - Event/Veranstaltung: Lotto Th√ľringen Ladies Tour - Category/Kategorie: Cycling - Road Cycling - Cycling Tour - Elite Women - Location/Ort: Europe ‚Äď Germany - Thuringia - Th√ľringen - Start & Finish: D√∂rtendorf - Discipline: Cycling - Road Cycling - Cycling Tour - Distance: 97,8 km - Date/Datum: 30.05.2019 ‚Äď Thursday - Photographer: ¬© Arne Mill -
Kathrin Hammes won the overall at the 2019 Lotto Thüringen Ladies Tour (Image credit: Arne Mill/ TRF)

Organisers of the Lotto Thüringen Ladies Tour announced Monday that the race is confirmed to take place from May 25-30, as part of the 2.ProSeries, and a key lead-up to the Tokyo Olympic Games next summer. In a press release, organisers also confirmed that more than 20 teams have already applied to participate in the six-day race.

"Next year, our tour will roll again. This will be possible because a large part of the sponsors have already promised us support for 2021 despite the difficult situation," said Vera Hohlfeld, the head of the event's organisation.

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