Remco Evenepoel wins stage four of the Tour of Poland 2020 (Photo by Luc Claessen/Getty Images) At what point will Remco Evenepoel have had more solo wins than hot dinners?
On stage four of the Tour of Poland 2020, the 20-year-old hit out with 50km to go and held it until the finish line, the bunch behind failing in their ability to get a competent pursuit together.
The Belgian held up Fabio Jakobsen’s number 75 in tribute to his team-mate who crashed on stage one, as he crossed the line nearly two minutes ahead of Jakob Fuglsang (Astana) in second. Remco Evenepoel wins stage four of the Tour of Poland 2020 (Photo by Luc Claessen/Getty Images) Simon Yates (Mitchelton-Scott) and Rafał Majka (Bora-Hansgrohe) came third and fourth having set off with 30km remaining to try and catch Evenepoel, as Diego Ulissi (UAE Team Emirates) rounded out the top five. How it happened
The queen stage of the 2020 race featured a circuit containing multiple ascents of two category one climbs around the Bukovina resort. Route profile of stage four of the Tour of Poland 2020 (Tour of Poland) CCC’s Kamil Małecki, Nathan Haas (Cofidis), James Whelan (EF), Chris Harper (Jumbo-Visma) and Patryk Stosz (Poland) were the group of five riders that came together for the day’s breakaway.
Gradek and Stosz were present to try and mop up some KoM points early on, but the first was taken by Harper before Haas got the second.
Stosz eventually got his revenge on the third climb […]