Memoriał Andrzeja Trochanowskiego

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Memoriał Andrzeja Trochanowskiego
Race details
Date1 May
RegionMasovian Voivodeship, Poland
English nameMemorial of Andrzej Trochanowski
DisciplineRoad
CompetitionUCI Europe Tour
TypeOne-day race
History
First edition1989 (1989)
Editions29 (as of 2017)
First winner Stanisław Trzeciak (POL)
Most wins4 wins:  Alois Kaňkovský (CZE)
Most recent Alois Kaňkovský (CZE)

The Memoriał Andrzeja Trochanowskiego is a one-day cycling race held annually on 1 May in the Masovian Voivodeship, Poland. It was first held in 1989 and since 2005 has been part of the UCI Europe Tour as a 1.2 race and begins in Płońsk. The race is named after Andrzej Trochanowski, coach of Legia Warsaw and of the Polish national team.

Past winners[edit]

Rider Team
1989 Poland Stanisław Trzeciak (POL)
1990 Poland Robert Grzechnik (POL)
1991 Poland Grzegorz Gronkiewicz (POL)
1992 Poland Piotr Chmielewski (POL)
1993 Ukraine Anatolij Czubar (UKR)
1994 Ukraine Igor Cuczlanczew (UKR)
1995 Poland Paweł Niedźwiecki (POL)
1996 Lithuania Raimondas Rumsas (LTU)
1997 Poland Grzegorz Wajs (POL)
1998 Poland Marek Wrona (POL)
1999 Poland Aleksij Nakazany (POL)
2000 Poland Piotr Chmielewski (POL) Mróz-Supradyn Witaminy
2001 Poland Adam Wadecki (POL) Mróz-Supradyn Witaminy
2002 Ukraine Bogdan Bondariew (UKR) Mróz
2003 Poland Paweł Szaniawski (POL) Legia-Bazyliszek
2004 Poland Mariusz Witecki (POL) DHL–Author
2005 Czech Republic František Raboň (CZE) PSK Whirlpool
2006 Poland Piotr Chmielewski (POL) CCC–Polsat
2007 Poland Tomasz Lisowicz (POL) CCC–Polsat–Polkowice
2008 Poland Tomasz Kiendyś (POL) CCC Polsat–Polkowice
2009 Poland Mateusz Taciak (POL) Mróz Continental Team
2010 Germany André Schulze (GER) PSK Whirlpool–Author
2011 Germany André Schulze (GER) CCC–Polsat–Polkowice
2012 Poland Tomasz Smoleń (POL) Bank BGŻ
2013 Poland Konrad Dąbkowski (POL) BDC–Marcpol Team
2014 Poland Kamil Gradek (POL) BDC Marcpol
2015 Poland Mateusz Nowak (POL) Domin Sport
2016 Czech Republic Alois Kaňkovský (CZE) Whirlpool–Author
2017 Czech Republic Alois Kaňkovský (CZE) Elkov–Author
2018 Czech Republic Alois Kaňkovský (CZE) Elkov–Author
2019 Czech Republic Alois Kaňkovský (CZE) Elkov–Author–Raal Trans

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