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Cape Epic 2020 - The Race That never Was
The 2020 Absa Cape Epic TV highlight show looks at how amateurs and professionals react to the cancellation of this year’s race due to the growing Coronavirus pandemic. The world’s best mountain bikers also talk about the importance and standing of the Absa Cape Epic and what makes this 8-day mountain bike stage race in South Africa so unique and challenging. They look back at last year’s race, reliving the key moments, and also reminisce about their all-time Cape Epic race highlights.
The show includes interviews with defending Absa Cape Epic men’s champion Nino Schurter (SUI) and women’s champion Annika Langvad (DEN), as well as team Cannondale Factory Racing with Manuel Fumic (GER) and Henrique Avancini (BRA), team BULLS legends with Karl Platt (GER) and Alban Lakata (AUS), team Andermatt Spur with Ariane Luethi (SUI) and Alice Pirard (BEL) and South Africa’s best mountain bikers Matthew Beers (RSA) and Candice Lill (RSA