Tour of the Alps will not take place in 2020

The final podium of the 2019 Tour of the Alps, won by Pavel Sivakov (Image credit: Alessandro Trovati/Pentaphoto)

Tour of the Alps organisers GS Alto Garda have announced that the race will not take place in the 2020, with attention instead turning to organising the 2021 edition. 

The 2020 race was set to take place on April 20-24 before the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic wiped out the racing calendar. The race, this season part of what was set to be the rebranded UCI ProSeries but struggled to find a suitable date in the UCI's newly announced post-COVID-19 calendar running from August to October, which so far, consists exclusively of WorldTour races.

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