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95 years | 80th Tour de Pologne

The Tour de Pologne UCI WorldTour has been a worldwide event for many years. The seven days race, has excellent organization, the biggest stars at the start line and great sporting emotions have made the race known, watched and respected in every corner of the globe. 

One of the country’s most popular and prestigious events, the Tour de Pologne, is turning 95 years old in 2023, and the Lang Team, in its 30th year at the helm of the race and is preparing to celebrate an 80th edition full of anniversaries that will travel through history to evoke the spirit of an event that has narrated Poland for almost a hundred years.

Tour de Pologne generates interest all over the world. Broadcasts and coverage of the race reach up to more than 100 countries each year, and far beyond Europe.The USA, Canada, China, New Zealand, the Asia-Pacific region, the Middle East or North America – it is difficult to find a place on the map where the Tour de Pologne would not leave its mark.

– The race offers huge promotional opportunities and the numbers confirm this. It has been and is being watched in countries on all continents. This is an invaluable value and such opportunities should be used,” emphasizes Czesław Lang, Race Director and silver-olympic medalist.

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Dzień dobry Tour de Pologne! – STAGE #7

04.08.2023 STAGE 7 – ZABRZE – KRAKÓW / 166,6 KM

The peloton will ride almost 167 kilometres from Zabrze to Kraków, where the Tour de Pologne will traditionally end. The finishing line will be situated at Kraków’s Błonia; before that, the riders will ride three laps through the streets of the city. Before they reach Kraków, they will compete for the LOTTO Intermediate Sprint in Wilamowice, the PZU KOM 3rd cat. in Witanowice and Kaszów, and the Special Sprint SOUDAL – 95 years of the Tour de Pologne in Budzyń. Also, the podium ceremony of the winner of the 80th Tour de Pologne will take place at the Krakowskie Błonia.

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Created in 1928, the Municipal Botanical Garden wouldn’t be opened to the public until 1938 because of the Great Depression.  After the war the garden was restored and repeatedly enlarged and is now more than six hectares in size, and has around thousands of specimens of plants, trees and shrubs.  A superb recent addition is the rose garden that has 2,500 individual plants from 65 varieties, bursting into colour in spring and summer. Meanwhile, In the greenhouses there are 5,000 plants from climate zones across the planet, including a wealth of palms, ferns and succulents.  And out on the paths the species are just as diverse, such as: Chinese Amur cork trees, tulip trees and Canadian hemlock.

Krakow is home to Poland’s oldest university, Europe’s largest market square in medieval times, or the second-largest Polish castle, among many other attractions. Krakow’s Old Town was included on the UNESCO World Heritage List for its great historical and cultural value.  For over a hundred years (1795-1918), Krakow was part of Austria-Hungary and you still can see clearly the influence of the Habsburg Empire there. There is also a lot of visable Jewish heritage that you can see and experience especially in the Kazimierz district.

  • GC ORLEN – Matej Mohorič (Bahrain – Victorious)
  • BEST SPRINTER ENERGA – Matej Mohorič (Bahrain – Victorious)
  • BEST CLIMBER PZU –  Markus Hoelgaard  (Lidl-Trek)
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  • STAGE WINNER DRUTEX – Mattia Cattaneo (Soudal Quick-Step)
  • BEST POLISH ENERGA – Michał Kwiatkowski (INEOS Grenadiers)

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Profiles & Route Tour de Pologne 2023

Profiles . From the 30th of July to the 4th of August the Tour de Pologne will be on the road. Right after the Tour de France and right before the World Championships, the Polish race marks an important transition week in a packed section of the season.

The seven-day race features, as every year, opportunities for several riders. Regarding the overall classification it features two hilly days early on where small summit finishes will make small differences, a possible raiding day on stage 5, but the time-trial on stage 6 should be long enough to decide the GC. Sprinter wise stages 1, 4 and 7 will most likely be certain for the fast men to battle for, attracting enough of them to Poland ahead of the World Championships.

PREVIEW | Tour de Pologne 2023 - Top climbers and sprinters gather ahead of World Championships and Vuelta a Espana

Profiles & Route Tour de Pologne 2023

The biggest Polish race of the year begins with a pure day for the sprinters. Virtually no climbing in a route that starts and finishes in Poznan, it has 183.7 kilometers on the menu, quite a few intermediate sprints but eventually a bunch sprint seems to be inevitable.

The stage will end at the Tor Poznan, a racing circuit in the outskirts of the city. The riders enter the cicuit and cross the finish line for the first time with 4.5 kilometers to go. The next time coincides with the end of the stage.

In racing circuits as you know, the corners are not technical. It's a circuit made for speeds that the riders won't reach, so despite the several corner in the final kilometers, it's not a technical one. Nevertheless, there will be a slight right-hander with 300 meters to go which could prove decisive in the run-up to the sprint.

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Profiles & Route Tour de Pologne 2023

Stage 2 in Pologne is a day of two very different halves. The 203 kilometers are mostly flat for the first two third of the day, but the race reaches it's southern border and the hilly terrain comes about. It may be the biggest chance to create differences ahead of the time-trial.

There are two categorized climbs in the lead up to the final ascent, they are 3.3 kilometers at 5.7% and 4.8 kilometers at 5.8% respectively. The latter one ends with 20 kilometers to go, all will be a warm-up to the final ascent to Karpacz.

The finish line is in the outskirts of town. It is an inconsistent one, 6.9Km at 5.2%, however there is a very different story when looking at the climb in detail. Inside town the riders find a 1.6Km section at 9.5% and the gradients go up to 15%, nasty ramps which can see explosive attacks and differences. There are a few flat bits, however it will be a difficult run to the line, one where both climbers and puncheurs can ride for the win.

PREVIEW | Tour de Pologne 2023 stage 2 - First summit finish to open up GC battle

Profiles & Route Tour de Pologne 2023

The third stage of the race will be a very difficult one. A classic Polish day of racing, and by that of course I am referring to the start and finishing locations which will be the biggest challenge for commentators on the day to pronounce! However riders find a hard day, 300 meters of climbing, a lot focused in the first kilometers. A punchy start and two categorized climbs can see a strong breakaway going up the road, however simultaneously it is very early in the race to see meaningful groups having the freedom to be formed.

The riders don't find much flat terrain however. Even after the two classified ascents (3.3Km at 7.2%; 7.7Km at 5.1%) there are two more ascents where in the peloton some will struggle. Then there will be some rest, but a climb will come closer to the finish where damage will be done. It's 4.5 kilometers long at 6%, again not a brutal one but it will thin down the field, it summits only with 16 kilometers to go - with the KOM sprint a bit later on, and a fast descent into the finishing climb.

With 2 kilometers to go the riders take two tricky corners, there will be a very very fast run-up to that spot, and then it begins to drag uphill. The attacks won't surge there however, but instead in the final 900 meters which average almost 9%. It's a pure anaerobic effort, the toughest gradients of 15% are from 700 to 400 meters to go, the differences can be made there, however one way or another this will suffocate the riders, and the run-up to the line will be a struggle to survive with whichever legs the riders have left.

PREVIEW | Tour de Pologne 2023 stage 3 - 15% climb to decide important GC day

Profiles & Route Tour de Pologne 2023

A pan-flat day on the fourth day of racing in Poland. There are 850 meters of ascending throughout the day with only a tiny hilltop early in the day to attribute KOM points. Most of the day however is simple in the eastern European plains.

The finale into Opole will be different from the past one, this one in an urban environment - also different from the final day. It will be fast, it will be trecherous. There will be a few smooth turns just before the 1 kilometer to go banner, and a sharp right corner with 500 meters to go. The finishing straight is perfectly straight and flat, ideal for the pure fast men.

PREVIEW | Tour de Pologne 2023 stage 4 - Merlier, Kooij, Gaviria and Bennett battle for meaningful sprint win

Profiles & Route Tour de Pologne 2023

Another 3000 meters of climbing on the fifth day of racing at the Tour de Pologne. The first 60 kilometers are mostly flat, but the stage into the traditional finale into Bielsko-Biala will have a very difficult middle part where a lot can happen. Whether it will or not depend on how the riders decide to play out, in the day before the time-trial and a circuit finish it can be argued that it is not the ideal set of conditions to be a GC day.

Five climbs with descents and virtually no flat roads inbetween. 3.8Km at 6.4%, 7Km at 4.3%, 2Km at 11.4%, 3.9Km at 5.7% and 6Km at 6.3%. They will summit with 125, 110, 92, 78 and 58 kilometers to go. Are they hard enough to create differences? Yes absolutely, specially one which averages 11% and team support matters little. It is terrain where raids and attacks can take place.

If it does, it will be a difficult stage finale with the GC likely to see more attacks on the final circuit. If not, a likely sprint will take place - with the possibility of a late attack succeeding. In Bielsko-Biala the riders will race through the final circuit four times, it ends with a 2.3-kilometer climb at 4%. The circuit is fairly small which lifts the question of what will happen if the race explodes early on and riders are lapped in the city.

PREVIEW | Tour de Pologne 2023 stage 5 - Bielsko-Biala circuit the final opportunities for climbers and puncheurs to explode GC

Profiles & Route Tour de Pologne 2023

The most likely decisive stage in this year's race could be the time-trial. Katowice hosts a different type of stage this year, a 16.8-kilometer challenge against the clock but one that promises differences and also an opportunity for the specialists- specially as it comes with one week to the time-trial World Championships.

The route is quite different than what you'd expect from a time-trial. It is mostly flat however technical. Early in the route there are good sections to put down the power, but then the last two third include quite a few sections with breaking and accelerations involved. Quite a few, definitely not a constant effort, it can mix things up on the day.

PREVIEW | Tour de Pologne 2023 stage 6 - Final time-trial to decide overall classification, battle between Mohoric, Almeida and Kwiatkowski

Profiles & Route Tour de Pologne 2023

The final day of racing, the Tour de Pologne reaches Krakow for the traditional finale. It's a day for the sprinters, nothing too complicated or terrain that will split the field up. A pure sprint stage in the making with teams saving their bullets for the final circuit.

Just outside the city center, the roads will be wide and not technical. Around a park, the riders will have a fast run-up to the finish, the final corner with 1.6 kilometers to go, and the final 800 meters completely straightforward.

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Tour de Pologne: Mohoric saves lead as Cattaneo wins stage 6 time trial

Slovenian and Almeida neck and neck ahead of final stage

Matej Mohorič (Bahrain Victorious) unexpectedly clung onto the lead in the Tour de Pologne on Thursday but is now tied on time with João Almeida (UAE Team Emirates) after the stage 6 time trial through the streets of Katowice, won by Mattia Cattaneo (Soudal-QuickStep).

Cattaneo’s victory in the 16.6km time trial, his first since a stage of the 2021 Tour of Luxemburg, saw the Italian win by 13 seconds over Almeida, with Geraint Thomas (Ineos Grenadiers) in third, 14 seconds adrift.

With one flat stage remaining, the overall now is poised on a knife edge as Mohorič continues to lead the race.

However, with Almeida just hundredths of seconds behind and Michal Kwiatkowski (Ineos Grenadiers) in third place at 14 seconds, the GC battle could now come down to the fight for time bonuses on the last stage into Krakow.

“Today I had really good legs and held back in the first part,” said Mohorič, who finished 11th on the stage and limited his losses to 12 seconds on Almeida. “But then when I heard I was just 18 seconds back on Kwiato’ I thought ‘Wow!’ and I just gave it my best from there.

“I knew the second part was harder so I made sure I had enough energy for that and it was enough to hold on all the way to the finish and keep the leader’s jersey. I’m very happy.”

Cattaneo, for his part, was keen to savour his first victory at this level, and he recalled his teammate Fabio Jakobsen’s life-threatening crash in Katowice in 2020.

“This is my first WorldTour win, so it’s something very special. I’ve done a lot of work on my time trialling and normally I’d get fifth, sixth or seventh, so to get a victory like this is something great,” Cattaneo said.

“Here in this city, there’s also something special because I was also here in exactly the same finish when Fabio crashed, so this was also something that pushed me today. I wanted to do something special.”

How it unfolded

Switzerland’s former national TT champion Joel Suter (Tudor) set the first benchmark time of 20:06 on the short course in Katowice consisting largely of long, mostly broad straightaways, gentle rises and descents, and only a handful of technical, sometimes cobbled sections.

Under leaden skies which thankfully did not give way to actual rainfall, Irish TT champ Ryan Mullen (Bora-Hansgrohe) then took the provisional best time under 20 minutes for the first time, clocking 19:55 and averaging a sizzling 50.008 kmh.

Michael Hepburn (Jayco-AIUIa) then punched a sizeable 12-second hole through Mullen’s time, though, and in turn the Australian was notably upstaged by young New Zealander Finn Fisher-Black (UAE Team Emirates), who shifted the bar up several notches, to 19:26. But that was followd by a notable effort from Geraint Thomas (Ineos Grenadiers), already 1.7 seconds faster than Fisher-Black at the intermediate checkpoint, and who held his advantage to cross the line two seconds faster.

Tim Wellens (UAE Team Emirates) gave Thomas a good run for his money, only finishing two seconds slower, but it was Cattaneo who actually outshone the Welshman, first by four seconds at the intermediate checkpoint and then sweeping through the final chicane at speed to claim the top spot by a whopping 14 seconds.

Michal Kwiatkowski’s time, two seconds slower than Cattaneo at the 8km checkpoint, was a reminder that the Ineos Grenadiers rider is not the Polish champion in this discipline by chance. In contrast, Almeida's time, six seconds slower than the Italian, suggested that the Portuguese rider might not be on a stunning day. As for Mohorič, after losing 18 seconds to Cattaneo at the first split and 12 to Almeida, the Slovenian was clutching onto his lead by his fingertips.

But rather than Almeida broadening the gap in the second half, Mohorič managed to limit the damage. Digging deep on the series of small rises and descents that followed through the streets of Katowice, the Slovenian sped into the finishing straight in the shadow of the Spodek stadium with his time loss on Almeida maintained at 12 seconds. As a result, his overall advantage was thus reduced to a few hundredths of a second, but Mohorič still remained in yellow for a fifth straight day.

This dramatic turn of events, with Mohorič just managing to fend off a TT expert like Almeida overall, means that the battle between the top two on GC will now be fought out on what is usually a largely ceremonial final flat stage in to Krakow. Pologne's GC has often been decided by seconds in the past, but this could prove to be the tightest GC battle since central Europe's top cycling event joined the WorldTour in 2007.

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  • Date: 02 August 2023
  • Start time: 11:50
  • Avg. speed winner: 40.926 km/h
  • Race category: ME - Men Elite
  • Distance: 198.8 km
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  20. Tour de Pologne: Mohoric saves lead as Cattaneo wins ...

    published 3 August 2023. ... the lead in the Tour de Pologne on Thursday but is now tied on time with João Almeida (UAE Team Emirates) after the stage 6 time trial through the streets of Katowice ...

  21. Tour de Pologne 2023 Stage 5 results

    Stage 5 » Pszczyna › Bielsko-Biala (198.8km) Marijn van den Berg is the winner of Tour de Pologne 2023 Stage 5, before Matej Mohorič and João Almeida. Matej Mohorič was leader in GC.