BLOG | by YouGov Sport ... Following the 2020 edition, which was moved to August-September on account of the COVID-19 outbreak, the Tour de France is set to return to its regular window this year. The iconic cycling event will start on June 26, and new data suggests it might be received more widely by fans across the world as a result.
BLOG | by Charlie Dundas ... The Six Nations Rugby Championship – in stasis since the start of the pandemic lockdowns in March – finally returned in October, offering British fans an escape to a pre-COVID world, just as they faced a second wave of shutdowns.
BLOG | by Tracy Schoenadel ... Like many events, the Tour de France has this year been forced to change its plans. Instead of its usual mid-July spot, this year the race took place mainly in September, wrapping up with a thrilling finale.
Tour de France unlikely to see a British winner in 2020 – but Impression for the event continues to defy gravitySH-YGS2020-09-18T13:05:48+01:00
BLOG | by Sara Eddleston ... Over the past few years, Brits have been spoiled by the presence of home nation interest in the Tour de France. But this year, recent winners Geraint Thomas and Chris Froome weren’t selected by their team (renamed Ineos Grenadiers after their new sponsor), which features only one British rider – Luke Rowe. Like so many sporting events the race has also shifted in the calendar, putting it up against a different menu of sporting attractions. How have these factors affected perceptions of the race among the British public?
BLOG | by Victor Gras ... With the Tour de France in full flow, we have asked some questions around the event in some of cycling’s biggest markets – USA, UK and France.