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Waiting for the thrilling finale

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“It will be a thrilling finale – comments Vincenzo Nibali, today sixth in Zakopane – we are so many that we can still win and tomorrow’s stage will be as demanding as today.”

“I’m happy, day after day I’m getting more and more confident – adds the Italian rider – and that’s what I was looking coming to the Tour de Pologne. Today I tried the action on the last climb, but they did not leave me any space. Tomorrow we will see “.

The general ranking, now led by Belgian Dylan Teuns, is really short with the top ten in 29 seconds and Nibali 8th with a 25“ gap from the first position. Today stage saw the celebration of young Australian Jack Haig who arrived solo on the finish line.

The sports director Gorazd Stangelj is satisfied: “The team worked well and Vincenzo is growing up. We did the race with 60 kilometers to go to check how the others were and we did a good pace. Tomorrow can happen everything”.

Tomorrow’s seventh and final stage of the Tour of Pologne 2017. The traditional Bukowina’s queen stage is short – only 132 k – but explosive. So many climbs to be tackled, short but with important slopes, and so much ground to attack.

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