“Of course, it’s a huge honor having the leader’s jersey and to be the best Pole in the race at this moment. It means a lot to me. I enjoy the fact of arriving in Poland with the leader’s jersey on my back. It’s important for me and for the team and without their support, I wouldn’t have been able to be in this position. I have the yellow jersey but the next days are really going to be testy. The competition in the top of the rankings is tight but I’m going to do everything I can to defend the jersey,” said Team Saxo-Tinkoff’s Rafal Majka.
The race continues tomorrow with a hilly stage over 226 kilometers from Krakow to Rzeszow.