The UCI has unveiled challenging, hilly courses for both the men’s and women’s elite races at the Olympic 2020 Games to be held in Tokyo, Japan. Both of the races will start on the outskirts of Tokyo Olympic before working their way west towards Mount Fuji, finishing in the Fuji International Speedway race track.

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Like the 2016 course in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Tokyo Olympic will suit fast-finishing climbers and punchers as the men’s and women’s races cover five and two categorized climbs respectively.

The men’s race will distance 234km with a problematic 4,865m of promotion improvement en route. The first summit of the day, Doushi Road, will come after 80km quickly followed by the shorter climb of Kagosaka Pass. The race will then arrive at the ‘Mount Fuji circuit’ after 110km drumming the day’s biggest test, the Fuji Sanroku climb (14.3km, 6%), which will take the provisos up to 1,451m above sea level. 

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After a 15km descent and a further 40km of rolling roads, the race will pass through the Speedway circuit before hitting its final two climbs, the Mikuni Pass (6.5km at 10.6%) and Kagosaka Pass, both of which come in the final 35km of racing.

The women’s race will be 137km and misses out climbing Mount Fuji, instead of tackling the Doushi Road and Kagosaka Pass, with the last climb 40km away from the finish at the race track. However, the women’s race will still suit those able to climb as it accumulates 2,692m of the vertical height along the course.

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