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Bałtyk – Karkonosze – Konrad Dąbrowski won the 6th stage, Matysiak 2nd

Konrad Dąbkowski (BDC MarcPol) won on Friday in Forest sixth stage of the cycling race Baltic – Giant Tour ahead of the finish Bartholomew Matysiak (CCC Polsat Polkowice) and Blaise Janiaczyk (Bank BGZ).

Not very difficult stage of Kożuchowa (Zbigniew Spruch hometown) to the Forest was quite peaceful course. Escape attempt took Although five riders and the many miles they rode in the lead, but ended the route rounds were overtaken by a speeding peloton. In this situation, you can expect to be that of a fifth stage win of the race will be fighting Grzegorz Stepniak.
This time, however sprinter of CCC Polsat Polkowice Luck was not – a fault in the last kilometers meant that he was behind the group, and instead of getting ready for the finish had to chase the main group. He tried to replace it Bartlomiej Matysiak, but the last meters had to acknowledge the superiority of the young Conrad Dąbkowski of BDC MarcPol.
Stage proved to be very successful for the team of Darius Banaszek – Dąbkowski stood on the podium and another cyclist BDC Kamil Gradek retained the leader’s jersey and still has 17 seconds ahead of the sixth on Friday to finish Matthew Taciakiem.
By the end of this season, the sixth event in the series BGZ ProLigi remained only two stages Saturday – uphill time trial on Okraj and mountain pass section of Piechowice to Karpacz.
Differences in the forefront of classification are still second what promises to be a fierce battle, especially when driving at the time. Gradek already demonstrated their skills in the specialty, but probably attack his position riders CCC Polsat Polkowice – Matthew Taciak (loss 17 s) and Bulgarian Nikolay Mihaylov, one of the best in their country, “czasowców” (loss of 20 s).
Results of the sixth stage:

1 Konrad Dąbkowski (BDC MarcPol) – 3:56.36
2 Bartlomiej Matysiak (CCC Polsat Polkowice)
3 Blaise Janiaczyk (Bank BGZ)
4 Arthur Detko (Las Vegas Power Drink)
5 Mariusz Gil (Kwadro-Stannah)
6 Matthew Taciak (CCC Polsat Polkowice) – all the same time
Standings after six stages:

1 Kamil Gradek (BDC MarcPol) – 17:21.20
2 Matthew Taciak (CCC Polsat Polkowice) – a loss of 17 s
3 Nikolay Mihaylov (Bulgaria / CCC Polsat Polkowice) – 20 sec
4 Adrian Kurek (CCC Polsat Polkowice) – 25 sec
5 Lukasz Bodnar (Bank BGZ) – 47 sec
6 Robert criticality (BDC MarcPol) – 1.01