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Tour de Pologne, 30 July - 5 August, 2.UWT

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interesting that Hayter somehow ended up in this race. I mean, it's obviously a good looking profile for him, but initially he was supposed to win some gold medals for England in the Commonwealth Games this week, and it actually seemed to be pretty big goal for him as well.
The Commonwealt Road Race is organized next sunday, so I assume Hayter and Cav (and Maybe some more) will go there directly after this race finishes.
 
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The Commonwealt Road Race is organized next sunday, so I assume Hayter and Cav (and Maybe some more) will go there directly after this race finishes.

it's a late finish on Saturday, ~18:30 + potentially podium - and even if it's theoretically possible to catch a late flight, it probably doesn't make much sense.

So I'd be surprised if Cav or Williams stay around longer than mid-week. Hayter was already taken off the list for all Commonwealth races:


(for the road race, Vernon came in instead, as far as I can see)
 
yeah, but originally stage 5 was still hard:

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Between the route presentation and now, they somehow changed it to a reduced sprint
Apparently the local authorities promised to improve roads in the area but didn't deliver, so they had to abandon some climbs.
 
it's a late finish on Saturday, ~18:30 + potentially podium - and even if it's theoretically possible to catch a late flight, it probably doesn't make much sense.

So I'd be surprised if Cav or Williams stay around longer than mid-week. Hayter was already taken off the list for all Commonwealth races:


(for the road race, Vernon came in instead, as far as I can see)
Doesnt Pologne end on friday?
 
as the topic came up the other day: here's the full list of channels/networks showing the Tour de Pologne:

Cosmote (Greece)
DirecTV (Latin America)
ELTA (Taiwan)
ESPN (Mexico, Central America & Caribbean)
ETB (Spain)
FloBikes (Australia, Canada, USA)
L'Equipe (France)
Polsat (Poland)
Proximus (Belgium)
Sky New Zealand (New Zealand)
SPOTV (Malaysia, Brunei, Indonesia, Timor Leste, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Singapore, Thailand, Mongolia, Hong Kong, Macau, Philippines)
SuperSport (Sub-Saharan Africa)
TV3 (Spain)
Viacom18 (India, Maldives, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Pakistan)
Ziggo (The Netherlands)
 
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as the topic came up the other day: here's the full list of channels/networks showing the Tour de Pologne:

Cosmote (Greece)
DirecTV (Latin America)
ELTA (Taiwan)
ESPN (Mexico, Central America & Caribbean)
ETB (Spain)
FloBikes (Australia, Canada, USA)
L'Equipe (France)
Polsat (Poland)
Proximus (Belgium)
Sky New Zealand (New Zealand)
SPOTV (Malaysia, Brunei, Indonesia, Timor Leste, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Singapore, Thailand, Mongolia, Hong Kong, Macau, Philippines)
SuperSport (Sub-Saharan Africa)
TV3 (Spain)
Viacom18 (India, Maldives, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Pakistan)
Ziggo (The Netherlands)

So, what you're saying is that I need to convince TV2 to show it?
 
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