Belgium’s Dylan Teuns clinched the overall victory at the Tour of Poland today as The Netherlands’ Wout Poels won the seventh and final stage in a sprint finish.
Teuns topped the general classification despite finishing fifth today on the 132.5-kilometres journey from Bukovina Resort to Bukowina Tatrzańska.
An overall time of 27 hours 7min 47sec secured the 25-year-old BMC Racing rider a second stage race win of the season having triumphed in front of a home crowd at last month’s Tour de Wallonie.
Team Sky’s Poels, the runner-up in yesterday’s sixth stage, clocked a winning time of 3:26:20 today.
Orica-Scott’s Adam Yates of Great Britain came second, while Bora–Hansgrohe’s Rafal Majka of Poland rounded out the top three.
Despite Majka earning a four-second time bonus on the line, he ended up two seconds behind Teuns in the overall classification.
Poels was another second back to complete the podium.
Team Sunweb’s Wilco Kelderman of The Netherlands came fourth today and finished in the same position overall.