Sprinters, fans return in force for 2022 Scheldeprijs

Sam Bennett, Jasper Philipsen and Mark Cavendish on the podium at Scheldeprijs 2021
Sam Bennett, Jasper Philipsen and Mark Cavendish on the podium at Scheldeprijs 2021 (Image credit: Luc Claessen/Getty Images)

Sprinters and fans will be in their true element in the 2022 Scheldeprijs on Wednesday as the Paris-Roubaix delay will increase sprinters' already high chances of success in the mid-week Classic, and after a two-year gap, fans will be back on the roadsides of Scheldeprijs as well.

In 2020 and 2021, COVID-19 induced restrictions meant fans were not allowed to watch the race from the roadside. But in 2022, there will be no such measures in place.

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