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When the UCI published a revised 2020 Women’s WorldTour calendar the cycling world was surprised to see the addition of a first-ever Paris-Roubaix. It was an historical moment for women's cycling to be included in one of the world's most iconic Spring Classics, and will be a day written into the history books come race-day on October 25.
The revised calendar marked a replacement for plan after the spring and summer races were were halted due to the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. The top-tier Women's WorldTour has retained 18 of the 22 events, now set to take place from August 1 to November 8.
Organisers of the one-day race, Amaury Sport Organisation (ASO, said on its official Paris-Roubaix Twitter channel that the route for the women's event has yet to be determined, however, such details can be expected shortly.
UCI President David Lappartient called the addition of Paris-Roubaix to the Women's WorldTour a step toward equality with in the sport. "I believe that for women it is important to have the same opportunity for men."
Paris-Roubaix Women 202025 October 2020 | Roubaix | Women's WorldTour
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