The centenary edition of the Volta a Catalunya was scheduled to set off on Monday 23 March in Callela to finish on Sunday the 29th with eight runs on the renowned Montjuic circuit in Barcelona. Yet, the race is cancelled due to coronavirus concerns. (Slideshow route/profile)
Miguel Ángel López won the 2019 edition ahead of Adam Yates and Egan Bernal.
Also of interest: winners and records in the Volta a Catalunya.
The organisation is looking into options to reschedule the 2020 Volta a Catalunya to another date.
Read more about the scheduled route, and via the links in underneath scheme you’ll find in-depth information on the individual stages.
Volta a Catalunya 2020: stages
|1||mo ?||Volta a Catalunya 2020 stage 1 Calella – Calella||177.5||mountains|
|2||tu ?||Volta a Catalunya 2020 stage 2 Banyoles – Banyoles||21.1||ITT|
|3||we ?||Volta a Catalunya 2020 stage 3 Castelldefels – Vallter 2000||187.3||mountains|
|4||th ?||Volta a Catalunya 2020 stage 4 Ripoll – Port Ainé||167.4||mountains|
|5||fr ?||Volta a Catalunya 2020 stage 5 La Pobla de Segur – Manresa||189.4||hills|
|6||sa ?||Volta a Catalunya 2020 stage 6 Tarragona – Mataró||193.9||flat|
|7||su ?||Volta a Catalunya 2020 stage 7 Barcelona – Barcelona||134.7||hills|
Volta a Catalunya 2020: route, profiles, more
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