2006 Tour de Pologne

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The 2006 Tour de Pologne road cycling race took place from September 4 until September 10. German Stefan Schumacher won the last the two last stages on his way to capturing his second consecutive stage race; previously winning the Eneco Tour of Benelux.

Stages[edit]

Stage 1: 04-09-2006: Pułtusk-Olsztyn, 214 km[edit]

Stage 1 Result
Cyclist Country Team Time
1 Max van Heeswijk  Netherlands Discovery Channel 5h 55' 34"
2 Fabrizio Guidi  Italy Phonak s.t.
3 Wouter Weylandt  Belgium Quick Step-Innergetic s.t.
General Classification after Stage 1
Cyclist Country Team Time
1 Max van Heeswijk  Netherlands Discovery Channel 5h 55' 34"
2 Fabrizio Guidi  Italy Phonak s.t.
3 Wouter Weylandt  Belgium Quick Step-Innergetic s.t.

Stage 2: 05-09-2006: Ostróda-Elblag, 119.6 km[edit]

Stage 2 Result
Cyclist Country Team Time
1 Daniele Bennati  Italy Lampre-Fondital 2h 54' 49"
2 Wouter Weylandt  Belgium Quick Step-Innergetic s.t.
3 Jose Rojas Gil  Spain Astana s.t.
General Classification after Stage 2
Cyclist Country Team Time
1 Wouter Weylandt  Belgium Quick Step-Innergetic 8h 50' 13"
2 Max van Heeswijk  Netherlands Discovery Channel s.t.
3 Daniele Bennati  Italy Lampre-Fondital s.t.

Stage 3: 06-09-2006: Gdańsk-Toruń, 225.5 km[edit]

Stage 1 Result
Cyclist Country Team Time
1 Fabrizio Guidi  Italy Phonak 5h 28' 37"
2 Daniele Bennati  Italy Lampre-Fondital s.t.
3 Koldo Fernández  Spain Euskaltel-Euskadi s.t.
General Classification after Stage 3
Cyclist Country Team Time
1 Fabrizio Guidi  Italy Phonak 14h 18' 43"
2 Daniele Bennati  Italy Lampre-Fondital + 1"
3 Wouter Weylandt  Belgium Quick Step-Innergetic + 5"

Stage 4: 07-09-2006: Bydgoszcz-Poznań, 182 km[edit]

Stage 4 Result
Cyclist Country Team Time
1 Daniele Bennati  Italy Lampre-Fondital 4h 15' 43"
2 Fabrizio Guidi  Italy Phonak s.t.
3 Sébastien Chavanel  France Bouygues Télécom s.t.
General Classification after Stage 4
Cyclist Country Team Time
1 Daniele Bennati  Italy Lampre-Fondital 18h 34' 17"
2 Fabrizio Guidi  Italy Phonak + 3"
3 Wouter Weylandt  Belgium Quick Step-Innergetic + 14"

Stage 5: 08-09-2006: Legnica-Jelenia Góra, 192 km[edit]

Stage 5 Result
Cyclist Country Team Time
1 Stéphane Augé  France Cofidis 4h 58' 10"
2 Aaron Olsen  United States Saunier Duval-Prodir s.t.
3 Max Van Heeswijk  Netherlands Discovery Channel + 21"
General Classification after Stage 5
Cyclist Country Team Time
1 Daniele Bennati  Italy LAM 23h 32'48"
2 Fabrizio Guidi  Italy Phonak + 3"
3 Wouter Weylandt  Belgium Quick Step-Innergetic + 14"

Stage 6: 09-09-2006: Szczawno Zdrój-Karpacz, 162.4 km[edit]

Stage 6 Result
Cyclist Country Team Time
1 Stefan Schumacher  Germany Gerolsteiner 4h 19'39"
2 Fabian Wegmann  Germany Gerolsteiner + 2"
3 Cadel Evans  Australia Davitamon-Lotto + 4"
General Classification after Stage 6
Cyclist Country Team Time
1 Stefan Schumacher  Germany Gerolsteiner 27h 52'43"
2 Cadel Evans  Australia Davitamon-Lotto + 10"
3 Alessandro Ballan  Italy Lampre-Fondital + 16"

Stage 7: 10-09-2006: Jelenia Góra-Karpacz, 126 km[edit]

Stage 7 Result
Cyclist Country Team Time
1 Stefan Schumacher  Germany Gerolsteiner 3h 17'08"
2 Vincenzo Nibali  Italy Liquigas + 2"
3 Cadel Evans  Australia Davitamon-Lotto + 2"
General Classification after Stage 7
Cyclist Country Team Time
1 Stefan Schumacher  Germany Gerolsteiner 31h 09'41"
2 Cadel Evans  Australia Davitamon-Lotto + 18"
3 Alessandro Ballan  Italy Lampre-Fondital + 31"

General Standings[edit]

Final (After Stage 7)

Cyclist Country Team Time
1 Stefan Schumacher  Germany Gerolsteiner 31h 09'41"
2 Cadel Evans  Australia Davitamon-Lotto + 18"
3 Alessandro Ballan  Italy Lampre-Fondital + 31"
4 Marek Rutkiewicz  Poland Intel-Action + 31"
5 Alexandr Kolobnev  Russia Rabobank + 39"
6 Alexandre Botcharov  Russia Crédit Agricole + 40"
7 Cristian Moreni  Italy Cofidis + 45"
8 Vincenzo Nibali  Italy Liquigas + 52"
9 Marzio Bruseghin  Italy Lampre-Fondital + 56"
10 Leonardo Bertagnolli  Italy Cofidis + 1' 01"

KOM Classification[edit]

The leader of the climbers classification (or King of the Mountains) is determined by obtaining points for reaching 19 mountain primes ahead of the competition. The classification leader will wear green jersey. Order of riders will be decided by the total number of points scored during the mountain primes.

Cyclist Country Team Points
1 Bartosz Huzarski  Poland Intel-Action 50 points
2 Joost Posthuma  Netherlands Rabobank 37 points
3 Marzio Bruseghin  Italy Lampre-Fondital 31 points

Points Classification[edit]

Cyclist Country Team Points
1 Wouter Weylandt  Belgium Quick Step-Innergetic 81 points
2 Daniele Bennati  Italy Lampre-Fondital 74 points
3 Fabrizio Guidi  Italy Phonak 71 points

Best Team[edit]

Team Country Time
1 Crédit Agricole  France 93h 31' 22"
2 Cofidis  France + 1' 56"
3 Caisse d'Epargne-Illes Balears  Spain + 4' 12"

Jersey progress chart[edit]

Stage
(Winner)
General Classification
Yellow Jersey
Mountains Classification
Green Jersey
Points Classification
Navy Blue Jersey
Team Classification
0Stage 1
(Max van Heeswijk)
Max van Heeswijk no award Max van Heeswijk Discovery Channel
0Stage 2
(Daniele Bennati)
Wouter Weylandt Sven Krauss Wouter Weylandt
0Stage 3
(Fabrizio Guidi)
Fabrizio Guidi
0Stage 4
(Daniele Bennati)
Daniele Bennati
0Stage 5
(Stéphane Augé)
Aaron Olsen Cofidis
0Stage 6
(Stefan Schumacher)
Stefan Schumacher Joost Posthuma Crédit Agricole
0Stage 7
(Stefan Schumacher)
Bartosz Huzarski
FINAL STANDINGS
Stefan Schumacher Bartosz Huzarski Wouter Weylandt Crédit Agricole

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