Course de Solidarność et des Champions Olympiques

The Course de la Solidarité Olympique (Polish: Wyścig Solidarności i Olimpijczyków; English: Race of Solidarity and Olympics) is a road bicycle racing stage race held annually in Poland. From 1991 until 1995, it was a race for amateurs, becoming a professional race in 1996. It was classified as a 2.3 event in 2003 and since 2005, it has been organised as a 2.1 event on the UCI Europe Tour.

Course de la Solidarité Olympique
Race details
DateEarly July
RegionPoland
English nameRace of Solidarity and Olympics
Local name(s)Wyścig Solidarności i Olimpijczyków (in Polish)
DisciplineRoad
CompetitionUCI Europe Tour
TypeStage race
OrganiserNSZZ „Solidarność” Region Łódź
Web sitewww.wyscig.com.pl Edit this at Wikidata
History
First edition1990 (1990)
Editions30 (as of 2019)
First winner Czeslaw Rajch (POL)
Most wins Tomasz Brożyna (POL) (4 wins)
Most recent Norman Vahtra (EST)
23rd edition, the last stage via Dynów

WinnersEdit

Year Country Rider Team
1990   Poland Czesław Rajch
1991   Poland Tomasz Brożyna
1992   Russia Evgeni Berzin
1993   Poland Dariusz Baranowski
1994   Lithuania Raimondas Rumšas
1995   Poland Artur Krasiński
1996   Poland Tomasz Brożyna
1997   Poland Piotr Wadecki Mróz
1998   Poland Tomasz Brożyna Mróz
1999   Poland Tomasz Brożyna Mróz
2000   Lithuania Remigijus Lupeikis Mróz–Supradyn Witaminy
2001   Czech Republic Ondřej Sosenka Ceresit–CCC–Mat
2002   Poland Radosław Romanik CCC–Polsat
2003   Russia Oleg Joukov Moscow City Sport Association
2004   Ukraine Bogdan Bondariew Action
2005   Poland Piotr Wadecki Action–Ati
2006   Poland Robert Radosz DHL–Author
2007   Poland Łukasz Bodnar Intel–Action
2008   Poland Łukasz Bodnar DHL–Author
2009   Poland Artur Król Centri della Calzatura
2010   Poland Jacek Morajko Mróz–Active Jet
2011   Poland Marcin Sapa Polska Szosowa
2012   Poland Mariusz Witecki Bank BGŻ
2013   Ukraine Vitaliy Popkov ISD Continental Team
2014   Poland Kamil Zieliński Mexller
2015   Netherlands Johim Ariesen Metec–TKH
2016   Belarus Yauhen Sobal Minsk Cycling Club
2017   Poland Mateusz Komar Voster Uniwheels Team
2018   Poland Sylwester Janiszewski Wibatech Merx 7R
2019   Estonia Norman Vahtra Klubi Cycling Tartu

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