The Tour de Pologne is enjoying increased prestige and expanding popularity in Europe. More and more countries want to co-organize part of the Polish stage race included in the UCI World Tour calendar.
Today was a special day for the Tour de Pologne. The new World Champion Michal Kwiatkowski (Omega Pharma - Quick-Step) paid a visit to the Lang Team headquarters in Warsaw to be welcomed and embraced by Czeslaw Lang and the entire staff at the Tour de Pologne.
Special guests Rafal Majka and Michal Kwiatkowski. The kick off from Danzica is on Sunday, August 3rd.
Tour de Pologne to start from Gdansk in the name of Polish Solidarity movement.
Rafal Majka from Saxo-Tinkoff group was placed on the list for the 71st Tour de Pologne-UCI World Tour. A year ago, the rider took fourth place in the Polish stage race. This time he will try to fight for the podium, and maybe even an overall win.
The spotlight is shining on the Grande Boucle. There are 198 riders representing 22 teams registered for the Tour de France number 101, which will set off from Leeds on Saturday, July 5th to wrap up on Sunday, the 27th on the Champs Élisées in Paris.
“I remember it perfectly; the Tour de Pologne was my first major victory among the pros.”
Team Rusvelo will complete the list of teams lining up for the start of the 71° Tour de Pologne - UCI World Tour. After CCC Polsat Polkowice and Reprezentacja Polski, the Lang Team organizing committee decided to assign the third available wild card to the professional Russian team.
Such joy for the Madonna di Campiglio stage and the first yellow jersey. Again this year the goal will be to win a nice stage.
The director of Tour de Pologne was honored with the title at a ceremony featuring the best Polish athletes of the past 25 years.
The 2014 Nutella-branded event, which, as always, will coincide with the Tour de Pologne, was presented today in Warsaw.
The first two wild card invitations to the 71st Tour de Pologne – UCI WorldTour have been have been handed to the professional team CCC Polsat Polkowice and Reprezentacja Polski, the Polish national team.
At the TVP studios in Warsaw, Michal Kwiatkowski held a press conference organized with the support of Lang Team, the organizer of the 71st Tour de Pologne – UCI World Tour scheduled from August 3rd to the 9th. “The Tour de Pologne is my nation’s race; it’s an important event that means a lot to me”. These are the words that opened the press conference by Michal Kwiatkowski, class of 1990 from Torunand a pro since 2010, riding for the Belgian Omega Pharma – Quick-Step team since 2012.
Kick off from Danzica with a tribute to Lech Walesa and Solidarnosc – The first historic stage arrival in Slovakia – uphill thrills at Bukowina - Grand finale with the time trial in Krakow.
The curtain is rising on the 71st edition of the Tour de Pologne. The official presentation of the 2014 Polish stage race will be held on Thursday, April 3rd at 1:00 p.m. at the Hotel Marriot in Warsaw.
Throughout the years, the Tour de Pologne and Trentino have enjoyed a solid relationship built on collaboration and friendship. In fact, after the extraordinary kick off from the Dolomites last year, the Tour de Pologne continues to be closely bound to this territory.
Al.Ba. Sport will be dressing the Tour de Pologne, starting with the 71st edition scheduled from August 3rd to the 9th. The race will start in Gdansk and finish in Krakow. The four jerseys for the Tour de Pologne will all be styled by Al.Ba. Sport. The yellow one will be worn by the leader of the general classification; the cyclamen jersey goes to the winner of the classification in the mountain grand prix, the red one will identify the most active rider in the group and the red-white jersey will be rewarded for the special points classification and will also be sponsored by Al.Ba Sport.
The 2014 Tour de Pologne is taking shape. The organizers are putting the finishing touches on what will be the route for the 71st edition of the Polish stage race that is part of the UCI World Tour calendar, scheduled from August 3rd to the 9th.
He receives credit for the promotion and development of the Tour de Pologne and the expansion of the Polish cycling movement beyond national borders.
A few days ago the Tour de Pologne relived some of the best and most significant moments of the 2013 edition, with the event being broadcast from the TVP television studios in Warsaw. Organizers, sponsors and some of the most outstanding Polish cycling champions participated in the celebration, including Michal Kwiatkowski, Rafal Majka and Bartosz Huzarski. Meanwhile, the Lang Team staff, led by General Director Czeslaw Lang, has already been busy working on the 2014 edition (3 – 9 August).