2020 Tour of Romania

The 2020 Tour of Romania was a six-day cycling stage race that took place in Romania from 8 to 13 September. The race was the 53rd edition of the Tour of Romania. The tour was rated as a 2.2 event, as part of the 2020 UCI Europe Tour.[1]

cycling race

2020 Tour of Romania
2020 UCI Europe Tour
Race details
Dates 8–13 September 2020
Stages 5 + Prologue
Distance 895.8 km (556.6 mi)
Winning time 18h 55′ 26″
Results
Winner  Eduard-Michael Grosu (ROU) (Romania)
  Second  Nikodemus Holler (GER) (Bike Aid)
  Third  Szymon Krawczyk (POL) (CCC Development Team)

Mountains  Alexandr Ovsyannikov (KAZ) (Vino–Astana Motors)
Youth  Szymon Krawczyk (POL) (CCC Development Team)
Sprints  Matvey Nikitin (KAZ) (Vino–Astana Motors)
  Team Bike Aid
 2019
2021 

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Five UCI Continental teams, three domestic teams, and three national teams made up the eleven teams that participated in the race. Five teams (Bike Aid, Bulgaria, CSA Steaua București, Giotti Victoria, and Vino–Astana Motors) entered seven riders each, while two teams entered six (Team Novak and UVT-Devron West Cycling Team), five (CCC Development Team and Romania), and four (Moldova and Olimpic Torpedo Zărnești) each per team. Cambodia Cycling Academy withdrew shortly before the race. 56 of the 65 riders in the race finished.[2]

UCI Continental Teams

Domestic Teams

National Teams

Stage characteristics and winners[3]
Stage Date Route Distance Type Winner
P 8 September Timișoara 3.6 km (2.2 mi) Individual time trial  Justin Wolf (GER)
1 9 September Timișoara to Oradea 171.2 km (106.4 mi) Flat stage  Andrea Guardini (ITA)
2 10 September Oradea to Cluj-Napoca 208.1 km (129.3 mi) Intermediate stage  Lucas Carstensen (GER)
3 11 September Târgu Mureș to Lake Sfânta Ana 203.4 km (126.4 mi) Intermediate stage  Eduard-Michael Grosu (ROU)
4 12 September Cârțișoara to Curtea de Argeș 209.5 km (130.2 mi) Mountain stage  Eduard-Michael Grosu (ROU)
5 13 September Bucharest 100 km (62 mi) Flat stage  Andrea Guardini (ITA)
Total 895.8 km (556.6 mi)

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