Uci Reforms To Be Phased In Through 2019

Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) wins 2018 Paris-Roubaix

The proposed reforms to the men’s calendar and teams’ structure will begin to be phased in next season with the full changes due to come into effect at the start of the 2020 season. Following discussions with teams and organisers earlier this month, the UCI confirmed details of their changes, which will include a Classics Series and sees team sizes increase. Next season will see the first tentative changes with the UCI WorldTour ranking set to disappear after 10 seasons. While that goes, the World Ranking will remain as the UCI aims to give a better overview of performances across all levels of cycling. The Continental rankings will also continue in their current format. One of the major changes due for the 2020 season will be the introduction of the UCI Classics Series , which was announced at the World Championships in Innsbruck at the end of September. The Classics ...

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