Coronavirus in Sport – the impact on Cycling

This is a continuously updated account of how cycling has been impacted by the developing coronavirus pandemic. For information on how the virus has affected other sports, click here.

3rd April - The Tour de Suisse, due to take place at the start of June, has been cancelled.

24th March - The fifth round of the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup that was due to take place in the early part of June has been cancelled.

17th March - The Paris-Roubaix race is postponed while the Flèche Wallone, Liège-Bastogne-Liège and the Tour de Yorkshire have also been cancelled.

15th March - The UCI announces that all events on the international calendar have been cancelled until further notice and they will attempt to reallocate new dates for events at a later stage.

14th March - The Tour of Flanders, which was due to take place on the 5th April, has been postponed.

13th March - The Giro d’Italia has been postponed with organisers deeming that it cannot start as planned in May.

13th March - The Six Day Manchester event has been cancelled on the day the track event was due to start.

13th March - The Paris-Nice race has its final stage cancelled after previously moving behind closed doors.

9th March - The organisers of the Paris-Nice race have announced during stage two of the race that it will move behind closed doors.

6th March - The Milan-San Remo race that was due to 21st March has been postponed with a new date to be decided upon.

5th March - The Strade Bianche event, due to take place in Italy on the 7th March, has been cancelled.

5th March - Several teams withdraw from all races until the 23rd March because of concerns surrounding the coronavirus outbreak.

27th February - The UCI has cancelled the final two stages of the UAE Tour after two staff members were suspected of contracting coronavirus.

TSZ Latest