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Paris-Tours 2020

The 2020 Paris–Tours is the 114th edition of the Paris–Tours cycling classic. The race will be run this year on 11 October 2020 as part of the 2020 UCI Europe Tour as a 1.Pro-ranked event.

In 1896 Paris – Tours was first started by amateurs, making it one of the world's oldest cycling events. It was organized by the magazine Paris-Vélo, which identified Eugène Prévost as the winner of the edition.

However, the event was part of the UCI Road World Cup between 1989 to 2004, and the UCI ProTour between 2005 and 2007. It has been a member of the UCI Europe Tour since 2008.

The Route

ParisTours is basically a French one-day road cycling race and has seen many changes to the route while the distance remains around 250 km. In the early days, the start point was moved from Paris first to Versailles and then to Saint-Arnoult-en-Yvelines.

With the race starting in Chartres and adding 12.5 kilometers of unpaved gravel tracks within the final 60 kilometers, the course for the 2018 edition of the race has been radically changed as the race snakes around the Tours area's vineyards. The finish of the race also included seven new punchy climbs which were shortened to a distance of 211 kilometers to compensate for the extra difficulties.

However, the route this time often takes place from the outskirts of Paris to the cathedral city of Tours every October. It is a mostly flat course through the valleys of Chevreuse and Loire; at Le Gault-du-Perche, its highest point is 200 m. It is recognized as a Sprinters Classic because it often ends with a bunch of sprints.

The race arrived on the 2.7 km long Avenue de Grammont, one of the best-known finishing straits for cycling for many decades, which is especially popular among sprinters. The finish has been relocated to a separate position since 2011 when a new tram line was installed on Grammont Road.

Current Champions

Jelle Wallays is a Belgian cyclist, won the current 113th edition in 2019. He besting TERPSTRA Niki (Team Total Direct Energie) and NAESEN Oliver (AG2R La Mondiale) and took first place in the race of Paris-Tours 2019.

There are also current champions included Søren Kragh Andersen (Team Sunweb) 2018, Matteo Trentin (Quick-Step Floors) 2017, Fernando Gaviria (Etixx–Quick-Step) 2016, Matteo Trentin (Etixx–Quick-Step) 2015.