Tour de France may go ahead without roadside spectators - sports minister


It is too soon to decide whether the Tour de France can go ahead amid the coronavirus pandemic, but if it does it may be without roadside spectators in order to minimise infection risk, the French sports minister said. (Reuters Sports) More More

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