It is definitely Arnaud Démare’s day. Selected at the start of the afternoon for the European championships where he will be the leader of the French team, the Groupama-FDJ rider won the last stage of the Tour of Poland on Friday. Arnaud Démare, who won in power ahead of Olav Kooij (Jumbo-Visma) and Phil Bauhaus (Bahrain-Victorious), signs his fifth success this season after his three stage victories in the Giro and a success on the first stage of the Route d’Occitanie. did not shake and the peloton came together on the final straight. A godsend for Arnaud Démare, frustrated by his second place in the fifth stage on Wednesday and who took his revenge by clearly winning to confirm his white jersey as winner of the points classification. Tour of Poland Arensman offers himself the 6th stage, Hayter new leader YESTERDAY AT 4:11 PM Cavagna sixth overall For his part, Ethan Hayter (Ineos-Grenadiers) finished first in the general classification. The Briton took the leader’s yellow jersey during the penultimate stage on Thursday. On the list of winners of this World Tour classified event, he succeeds Joao Almeida (UAE Emirates). The first Frenchman, Rémi Cavagna (Quick-Step – Alpha Vinyl), finished sixth at 31 seconds. (With AFP)Tour of PolandBauhaus resists Démare, Higuita remains leader03/08/2022 At 16:15Tour of PolandAckermann offers himself the fourth stage, Higuita remains leader02/08/2022 At 16:15
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