Okolo Slovenska (English: Tour of Slovakia; French: Tour de Slovaquie) is an annual cycling stage race in Slovakia. Founded in 1954, since 2017, it has been rated as a 2.1 event on the UCI Europe Tour. It is a stage race that usually includes five or more stages.
|Date||Middle of September|
|English name||Tour of Slovakia|
|Competition||UCI Europe Tour|
|Editions||63 (as of 2019)|
|First winner||Karl Nesl (TCH)|
|Most wins|| Jiří Škoda (TCH)|
Milos Hrazdira (TCH)
|Most recent||Jannik Steimle (DEU)|
Okolo Slovenska started on June 19, 1954 on Stalin square in Bratislava and included 7 stages. The first race was won by Czech cyclist Karel Nesel, the Slovak cyclist Vlastimil Ružička won three of the seven stages of the race.
(in Slovak) Official website