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UCI Gran Fondo World Championships 2019
Dates: 27-Feb-2019 to 3-Mar-19
Location: POZNAN | POLAND
Poznan in Poland will organize the 2019 UCI Gran Fondo World Championships on a mainly flat and fast course in and around the city in the East of Poland. The event will take place from 5-8 September 2019 with a time trial on Thursday, a team-relay on Friday and the Gran Fondo races on Sunday.
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About the UCI Gran Fondo World Championships
The UCI has cancelled several races in the calendar of its Everyman World Championship “UCI Gran Fondo World Series” (UGFWS) in the coming season, and added some new ones to the total of 21 races. Too bad for local hobby drivers: In Germany, Austria and Switzerland, as in previous years, there will be no “World Series” races.
The next UGFWS races accessible from D/A/CH: the “Schleck Granfondo” on 25 May in Mondorf in Luxembourg, the “Maraton Franja” on 7 – 9 June in Ljubliana (Slovenia), and “La Leggendaria Charly Gaul” on 12 – 14 July in Trento/ Italy.
New in the coming season are the finals in Poznan/Poland, and the races in Bourgogne/France and Moscow; New Zealand, St Tropez (F), Antalya/Turkey, Mexico and Denmark are no longer included.
The competition mode remains the same: the first quarter the finisher of each age group in each of the 20 UGFWS races (eleven of them in Europe) qualifies for the final. If things go well, you’ll already be in the “UCI Gran Fondo World Championships” with a race result.
Under this name the final will take place from 5th to 8th September 2019 in Poznan in Poland. Depending on the age group, the road races will be over 157 or around 100 kilometres. The time trial competition will take place on a flat course over 19 kilometres. In addition, there will again be a relay race for teams.
20 races around the globe, 12 of them in Europe, and a grand finale in Varese – the UCI Gran Fondo World Series has an international racing calendar in its second year of existence. The starting signal for the new racing year will be given simultaneously in Cyprus and Indonesia. As a result, there will also be competitions in Australia, Japan, Mexico and Canada, which will probably be completely new territory for most European hobby cyclists.
The racing calendar of the UCI Gran Fondo World Series, on the other hand, is a disappointment for German cyclists: the racing series does not stop in Germany, Switzerland or Austria. The closest races will be held in Mondorf (Luxembourg), Holbaek (Denmark) and Trento (Italy). The mode remains unchanged: The first quarter of the finishers of each age group of each race qualify for the World Championships in Italian Varese.