Tour de France Postponed As Macron Extends Ban On Gatherings To Mid-July

The three-week cycling race had been slated to begin June 27 in Nice and end in Paris on July 19. Organizers dismissed the idea of holding the tour while banning spectators from lining the course.
Spectators watch cyclists compete in the fourth stage of the Tour de France in eastern France last July. Organizers say the 2020 race will be postponed, though new dates have not been set. Source: Anne-Christine Poujoulat

The Tour de France has been postponed a day after French president Emmanuel Macron announced that a strict nationwide lockdown will until May 11 and a ban on public gatherings will extend to

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