Le Touquet beach race axed

The famous Le Touquet beach race in northern France has bee cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic. It was set to run on 22-24 January, and there had been talk of running the event without spectators to stay within lockdown rules in France. But it's now been axed. A statement

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