French region of Haute-Savoie confirmed to host 2027 'Super' World Championships

Whilst all eyes are on the current Wollongong World Championships, decisions for the future have also been confirmed as the 2027 World Championships host has been confirmed, with the peloton set to travel to France where the region of Haute-Savoie, in the Alps, will have the spotlight.

With the 'super' World Championships set to take place every four years, with most of cycling's disciplines connected into a single larger event, Haute-Savoie has been confirmed as the host region of the 2027 edition - with Glasgow hosting a similar event next year.

The news come as the riders are taking on the final events of the 2022 edition. Glasgow (Scotland), Zürich (Switzerland) and Kigali (Rwanda) and Montréal (Canada) are set to host the coming editions of the World Championships.

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