Stage 7: Zabrze - Kraków 145.1 km
One final big (and fast) sprint to round out the week in Poland.
Kraking szprinter of the Day : David Dekker
Try try and try again.
Stage 6: Katowice 19.1 km Timetrial
The rare timetrial in Poland.
Dork helmet of the Day : Joao Almeida
Much like in Denmark, it looks like the strongest timetrialer might be the race leader?
Stage 5: Chocholow - Bielsko-Biala 172.8 km
Lots of climbing and a grinder's finale.
King of the Peat Bog : Matej Mohoric
Surely this has to be the one he wins?
Stage 4: Tarnów - Bukovina Resort 159.9 km
We start at a fertilizer plant and end at a resort. We're moving up in life.
Fertilizer of the Day : Diego Ulissi
Surely this is profile for a Ulysses win, no one-eyed Almeida can stop him here.
Stage 3: Sanok - Rzesźow 226.4 km
Nothing like a good solid 226 km stage to make the sprint...... pretty much the same as a 150 km stage.
Szprinter of the Day : David Dekker
There's no way Bauhaus looks good two stages in a row.
Stage 2: Zamość - Przemyśl 200.8 km
Things get punchier on day 2. Should be a good finale with this field.
Mister Mxyzptlk of the Day : Diego Ulissi
Looking on form and a good finale for him.
Stage 1: Lublin - Chelm 216.4 km
Long stage and a final km with a bit of a kick, the regular sprinters get a bit of a challenge for their first day in Poland.
Chalking up a win : Matej Mohoric
Bahrain win everything. This is a tricky one though. Is that last bit enough to put guys like Ulissi and Mohoric in play or will the sprinters just power through on such a short distance with gradients?