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...or do you think the Vuelta and the Worlds have a shot?

How about esports and the Zwift series?

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22 hours ago, donkpow said:

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Tough times in the world of sports!

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Tough all over.

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19 hours ago, donkpow said:

Tough all over.

Yep. Seeing reruns of sports on TV, though, is my idea of awful.  I didn't watch it when it was first broadcast, so I really am not gonna watch it as a rerun.

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I don't think the races, or other sports, have a shot :( Pushing multiple races oot seems impossible, logistically and for lack of time.  There may be few months to cram in all the classics and grand tours.

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6 hours ago, bikeman564™ said:

I don't think the races, or other sports, have a shot :( Pushing multiple races oot seems impossible, logistically and for lack of time.  There may be few months to cram in all the classics and grand tours.

Yeah, it's not a simple shift everything by 90 days sort of thing.

Likewise, athletes are going to be way un-prepared for events without having a clear idea of what, when, and where and what role they have to prep for.

I'm interested in how something like the NCAA Men's March Madness or the TdF get "paid" by the broadcast companies.  Like, did the billion $$$$ from the NCAA tourney just go up in smoke? Same with the TdF - will NBCSports have to pay for a product they didn't get, and then not have any advertising revenue to cover the costs?

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