Lottery millions for Yorkshire's World Cycle Championships to enhance UK as world leading host
0 Have your say Millions of pounds of National Lottery funding for the 2019 UCI Road World Cycle Championships will help Yorkshire enhance the UK's reputation as a world leading host, says the head of UK Sport.
The agency, responsible for the strategic investment of Lottery cash, partnered Welcome to Yorkshire, British Cycling and the Government's Department for Culture, Media and Sport. in the successful bid.
Yorkshire defeated rivals from Colombia, Canada, Italy and Germany.
t means the White Rose county will again get to host one of the biggest sporting events on the planet - with 1,000... read more
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