Vaughters: UCI didn't take our Giro d'Italia concerns very seriously

Jonathan Vaughters
EF Pro Cycling boss Jonathan Vaughters (Image credit: Getty Images)

EF Pro Cycling boss Jonathan Vaughters feels his team’s letter calling for the Giro d’Italia to be stopped early due to COVID-19 has fallen on deaf ears, regretting that what he described as an attempt at collaboration will seemingly go no further. 

On Thursday, Eurosport revealed the American team had written to the UCI along with Giro organisers RCS Sport and their fellow teams, calling for the race to be stopped on Monday’s second rest day because of "a clearly compromised bubble".

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