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Cycling: 79th Tour de Pologne next summer

29.11.2021 09:30
Next year’s Tour de Pologne, Poland’s largest cycling race, will be around 1,227 km long and take place from July 30 to August 5, organizers have announced.
Tour de Pologne race director Czesław Lang.
Tour de Pologne race director Czesław Lang.Photo: PAP/Piotr Nowak

The seven-stage race will start in the south-central city of Kielce and end in Kraków in the south of the country, race director Czesław Lang said on Saturday.

The first leg of the annual race will see cyclists cover a 220.9 km route starting in Kielce and ending in the eastern city of Lublin.

The remaining stages of the 79th Tour de Pologne will end in Zamość, Przemyśl, Sanok, Rzeszów and Bukowina Tatrzańska before the race concludes in Kraków.

Portuguese rider João Almeida won this year's Tour de Pologne, which attracted more than 150 riders from 22 teams based in various countries.


Source: PAP, TVP Sport