This would be my fear for the health of events and teams next year. Most sponsors need to pony up money well before the beginning of the season. How many are going to be willing to make an investment in this uncertain environment? Most contracts in the US contain Force majeure clauses to avoid entanglement in this sort of unforeseen situation. I wonder if that is the case with many of the agreements in the EU governing sports sponsorship?
I'm not sure this wave will follow the same pattern as the first. There are already some signs that's it's levelling out in France, Spain and Belgium, but obviously we won't know for sure for a couple of weeks. That may be enough to save PR and RVV, and maybe even The VueltaNightmare come true.. I had a feeling PR/RVV were gonna be straight into the 2nd wave period wise.
Maybe he's ill, but just not Covid-19.The tweet makes it look like Kenneth Van Bilsen has been withdrawn from the Giro because he tested negative for Covid-19
I hope that's not what they meant. With the name of that team, they should be particularly careful.
The safety measures are largely the same as in the Tour, although they don't have the rule that two positives lead to an expulsion of the whole team.I haven't seen it anywhere but does Giro have any "official" protocols for Covid testing on rest days, bubbles, etc. like they were in the Tour??? Or is it all left to the teams???
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