Mitchelton-Scott release full list of Zwift races with pros, including Simon Yates and Amanda Spratt

The Australian WorldTeam will host a month of virtual events after pulling out of racing due to coronavirus

Adam Yates win on the Jebel Hafeet at the 2020 UAE Tour
(Image credit: Getty Images)

Mitchelton-Scott may have pulled out of all races in  March due to coronavirus, but they won't let the global spread of infection keep them away from racing.

Instead the team have launched their own special events on Zwift, which give everyday riders the chance to race the likes of Annemiek van Vleuten, Daryl Impey and the Yates brothers.

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Wed, 11 Mar5pm CET / 3am AEDTTour of Watopia Stage 1 – MTS Takeover
Thu, 12 Mar10am CET / 8pm AEDTMitchelton-SCOTT Pro Workout
Thur, 12 Mar5pm CET / 3am AEDTMitchelton-SCOTT Pro Workout
Sat, 14 Mar9am CET / 7pm AEDTJack Haig’s Mountain Goat Challenge
Sat, 14 Mar5pm CET / 3am AEDTGeorgia Williams’ Pace and Race Challenge
Sun, 15 Mar9am CET / 7pm AEDTMountain Chop Challenge
Tue, 17 Mar9am CET / 7pm AEDTTour of Watopia Stage 2 – MTS Takeover
Tue, 17 Mar5pm CET / 3am AEDTTour of Watopia Stage 2 – MTS Takeover
Wed, 18 Mar10am CET / 8pm AEDTMitchelton-SCOTT Pro Workout
Wed, 18 Mar7pm CET / 5am AEDTMitchelton-SCOTT Pro Workout
Thu, 19 Mar10am CET / 8pm AEDTAmanda Spratt Mountain Goat Challenge
Thu, 19 Mar5pm CET / 3am AEDTSimon Yates’ Pace and Race Challenge
Fri, 20 Mar10am CET / 8pm AEDTMitchelton-SCOTT Mixed Team Race
Sat, 21 Mar9am CET / 7pm AEDTExclusive Mitchelton-SCOTT Fan Race
Sun, 22 Mar5pm CET / 3am AEDTFlat Chop Challenge

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