Tour de Pologne 2020 route unveiled

The start of stage 6 of the Tour de Pologne
(Image credit: Bettini Photo)

Tour de Pologne organisers have unveiled the route of the 77th edition of the WorldTour race. The race will run between August 5-9, marking the return to stage racing on the highest level after five-month break forced by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Tour of Poland saw its program cut by two days to accommodate a revised calendar put forward by the International Cycling Union. Of the five remaining stages, three should accommodate the needs of sprinters and two will allow puncheurs and climbers to test their legs after months without racing. Those seeking to get back in the rhythm will have 891 kilometres to do so in what will be the first stage race held under the new atmosphere of medical checks and sanitary measures.

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