Milan-San Remo could be cancelled due to Poggio landslides, reports suggest
Joe Robinson 2 Jan 2020 While the road has partially reopened, authorities are suggesting the race may not take place This year's Milan-San Remo could supposedly be cancelled due to the Poggio being unrideable, local reports suggest. ANSA Liguria , an Italian news service, stated that due to landslides on the climb of the Poggio, it is in too bad a condition to be raced upon and could lead to the race being cancelled. The Mayor of San Remo, Alberto Biancheri was quoted as saying at a meeting about the road's condition 'that the Milan-San Remo cannot be held anymore'. In early December, heavy rains on the Ligurian coast saw multiple landslides on the Poggio climb that forced local authorities to close the road. It was then suggested that after an investigation, there would need to be €10 million worth of repairs in order to reopen the road fully and ...
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