Mitchelton-SCOTT, Tuesday, the UCI, is not a license for the WorldTour. The Australian team was the submission of the required documents, but it is believed that this will have no consequences.
“The approval of our license for the world tour for men and vrouwentak is still under review due to a slight delay in one of the UCI documents necessary,” he writes Mitchelton-SCOTT-on-Twitter.
“All the paperwork has now been provided to the UCI and to meet all of the criteria have been met. We expect to receive confirmation in the next couple of days. Thus, We see no reason for us to worry about.”
Mitchelton-while the men, among others, Esteban Chaves, and the twins Simon and Adam Yates under the agreement and, in the women, Annemiek van Vleuten.
Vrouwenteams in a similar way, classified as a men’s
The UCI has vrouwenteams for the first time, in a manner similar to the mannenteams category. The teams are divided into divisions, with the UCI Women’s world tour, the UCI, clear gel sport, Class 1 and Class 2.
The world tour, the men’s is currently out of eighteen teams, including the Dutch, the Jumbo-Visma. The French Cofidis, and the Israeli, Israel Cycling Academy will be a new item on the list.
The world tour of women’s is currently out of seven teams. In the last few years, dominating the Dutch Boels-Dolmans is missing, as to be expected, because of two main sponsors after 2020, it will stop.
Teams with a licence for the WorldTour for the next three years, guaranteed by the participation of all the major races in the cycling world. The new season starts on the 21st of January with the Tour Down Under in Australia.