Revised French and Italian national calendars take shape

Settimana Internazionale Coppi e Bartali 2019 34th Edition 3rd stage Forli Forli 1662 km 29032019 Scenery photo Dario BelingheriBettiniPhoto2019
A scene from the 2019 Settimana Coppi e Bartali (Image credit: Bettini Photo)

Last week, the UCI presented the revised WorldTour calendar, running from August to November and packing in most of the WorldTour-level races that had yet to be run since the season was interrupted due to the COVID-19 pandemic in March.

Rescheduled races on various national calendars have yet to be confirmed, though both France and Italy have prepared proposals for revisions to their calendars.

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Proposed Italian national calendar
August 4Milano-Torino
August 5Gran Piemonte
August 9Giro dell'Appennino
August 21-23National Championships
August 28Trofeo Matteotti
August 29Memorial Pantani
August 31-September 4Settimana Coppi e Bartali
September 5GP Industria e Artigianato Larciano
September 16Giro della Toscana
September 17Coppa Sabatini
September 19Giro dell'Emilia
September 20GP Bruno Beghelli
September 22Regione Lombardia
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Proposed French national calendar
August 1-4Route d'Occitanie
August 6Mont Ventoux Dénivelé Challenge
August 7-9Tour de l'Ain
August 15Poly Normande
August 18-21Tour du Limousin
August 24Mercan'Tour Classic Alpes-Maritimes
August 27-30Tour Poitou-Charentes en Nouvelle Aquitaine
September 6Tour du Doubs
September 13GP de Fourmies
September 20GP d'Isbergues
September 22Paris-Camembert
September 27Paris-Chauny
October 4Tour de Vendée
October 8Paris-Bourges
October 11Paris-Tours
October 18Chrono des Nations

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