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25 Aug 2017
It has been a busy summer of sports hosting in Germany, with world championships for table tennis, fencing and boxing held in the country as well as the Tour de France's Grand Départ.
28 Apr 2017
Sportcal Insight’s 'Featured bidding announcement' focuses on the UCI Track World Championships, after Apeldoorn was awarded hosting rights to the event for the second time.
08 Sep 2015
The city of Richmond, Virginia will welcome over 1,000 athletes from approximately 75 nations for this year’s UCI Road World Championships, beginning on 19 September. Last year’s edition of the annual championships in Ponferrada, Spain encountered numerous financial challenges, but projected figures for Richmond 2015 seem to indicate that this year’s event will fare much better. It will be only the second time that cycling’s pinnacle world championships come to USA and it is projected...
19 Aug 2014
The Tour de France’s most recent foreign start in Yorkshire, England, has again shown that hosting stages of one of cycling’s Grand Tours is big business for both the hosts and the organisers, with Yorkshire paying a multi-million-pound sum to stage the race start, and the UK expecting an economic return of four times the amount invested in the event. Foreign starts are increasingly common for cycling’s three major stage races, the Tour de France, Vuelta a España and Giro D’Italia, with...
04 Nov 2013
More than 66,000 participants, 180,000 spectators and an economic impact of £12.4 million ($19.9 million): the figures associated with the inaugural 2013 RideLondon, a weekend of mass participation cycling events in and around the UK capital, make for impressive reading.
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