Germany Tour - Winner Polit: The hut has burned

Even as a water carrier, Nils Polit was not too bad before his first overall victory in a multi-pier race. Just because you attach the Leadertrikot, you can also get a few bottles, said 27-year-old from Cologne shortly after the overall victory at the 36th edition of Germany tour.

After a previously forgiving 156.3 kilometers from Erlangen to Nuremberg, Polit was able to secure around seven weeks after his stage victory at the tour, the overall victory at the tour in local arches. You can say that the hut has burned in between. The other teams have made us a lot of difficult for us today, the long Schlaks accounted for from the Rhineland.

In 2018, Polit was already able to end the tour as a complete year - this time it was enough for the first place on the final sample in pouring rain in Nuremberg. With four seconds ahead of a total of 720.5 kilometers from the start in Stralsund to Franconia, Polit was able to assert itself from the start of Stralsund in front of his teammate Pascal Ackermann and the Norwegian Alexander Kristoff. The four-time tour de-france stair winner had to give rise to Ackermann in the final destination sprint after a demanding 156.3 kilometers of Erlangen to Nuremberg and thus missed his second day success at the four-day tour.

Ackermann: Nils is screwed around the whole time on the front

First and second in the overall standings, two stage victories - better one can not complete a tour, said Polit, who had taken over the Red Jersey of Ackermann in Erlangen the day before after his stage victory. Ackermann in turn had decided the prelude in Schwerin for himself. As Nils drove today, he has won absolutely deserved today. I would have brought the stage and the overall standards today, I would not have won earned. I was the whole day at the limit and had to look that I was even dran-and Nils is that Surrounded in front of the front, well-known Ackermann, who sprints for the team UAE-Emirates from Tour-winner Tadej Pogacar from Slovenia next year.

The final day with a total of six elevations and many toxic climbs was as expected of numerous attacks and again partly violent rain. Again and again the Bora professionals had to engage in attacks in order to be able to maintain their chance to the goal of Nuremberg. For lack of helpers, Polit himself stretched to the top of the approximately 30 drivers strong pursuer group. With success - five kilometers before the destination, the Belgian Dylan Teuns, which was also allowed to hope for the overall victory in Nuremberg.

Whether Pascal wins the tour or Nils, we are completely no matter - the main thing we will win. That's the goal today. We have a good starting position, but there is nothing in dry towels, Team boss Ralph Denk had said before the start. Polittle finally crowned himself to the successor to the Belgian Jasper Stuyven, who had won the four-day tour 2019. In the previous year, the race had failed because of the Corona pandemic.

Hardly appeared during his visit to Germany the four-time British tour de France winner Chris Froome. The teammate of Sprint-Altmamp André Greipel and the Rick Zabel offset on the second stage completed the round trip with 17:02 minutes behind Polit in 82.

4 . Stage Erlangen - Nuremberg (154.40 km), 29.8.2021:

1. Alexander Kristoff (Norway) - UAE Team Emirates 3:33:25 hrs.; 2. Pascal Ackermann (Landau in the Palatinate) - Bora-Hansgrohe + 0 sec.; 3. Luca Mozzato (Italy) - B & B Hotels P / B KTM; 4. Rasmus Fossum Tiller (Norway) - UNO-X Pro Cycling Team; 5. Francisco Galvan (Spain) - Equipo core Pharma; 6. Marco Haller (Austria) - Bahrain Victorious; 7. Jannik Steimle (Weilheim) - Decuninck-Quick-Step; 8. Valentin Retailleau (France) - AG2R Citroën Team; 9. John Degenkolb (Oberursel) - National Team Germany; 10. Jonas Koch (Schwäbisch Hall) - Wanty-Gobert; 11. Juri Hollmann (Hürth) - Movistar Team; 12. Marcel Meisen (Stolberg) - Alpecin-Fenix; 13. Tom Lindner (Zwickau) - P & S metal technology; ... 15. Nils Politt (Hürth) - Bora-Hansgrohe; 18. Jonas Slip (Erbach (Odenwald)) - National Team Germany; 29. Georg Zimmermann (Neusäß) - Wanty-Gobert; 32. Michael Schwarzmann (Kempten) - Bora-Hansgrohe + 7; 38. Philipp Walsleben (Potsdam) - Alpecin-Fenix ​​+ 2:15 min.; 41. Andreas Schillinger (Amberg) - Bora-Hansgrohe + 18:36; 43. Marius Mayrhofer (Herschberg) - Team DSM; 45. Max Edter (Cottbus) - Team DSM; 47. Pirmin Benz (Offenburg) - National Team Germany; 48. Jannis Peter (Gera) - National Team Germany; 56. Niklas Märkl (Queidersbach) - Team DSM; 57. André Griepelel (Hürth) - Israel Start-up Nation; 58. Justin Wolf (Unna) - Bike AID; 59. Joshua Huppertz (Aachen) - Team Lotto-Kern House; 60. Johannes Hodapp (Gütersloh) - Team Sauerland NRW; 61. Marco Brenner (Ansbach) - Team DSM; 63. Dominik Röber (Weimar) - P & S metal technology; 64. Frederik Rasmann (Dieendorf) - Team Dauner - Akkon; 66. Tobias Nolde (Hartmannsdorf) - P & S Metaltechnik + 22:06; 68. Jakob Gesser (Erfurt) - National Team Germany; 70. Immanuel strong (Annaberg-Buchholz) - P & S Metaltechnik; 83. Johannes Adamietz (Ulm) - Team Sauerland NRW; 85. Michel Aschenbrenner (Sömmerda) - P & S Metaltechnik + 25:33; 87. Robert Jägeler (Elxleben) - P & S metal technology; 88. Christian Koch (Cottbus) - Team Lotto-Kern House; 89. Pierre-Pascal Keup (AUE) - Team Lotto-Kern House; 92. Felix Groß (Leipzig) - UAE Team Emirates; 95. Jon Try (Unna) - Team Sauerland NRW; 96. Henri Uhlig (Regensburg) - National Team Germany; 97. Roman duckert (Frankfurt / or) - Team Duuner - Akkon; 99. Michel GiesSelmann (Bielefeld) - Team Sauerland NRW; 103. Nikodemus Holler (Mühlacker) - Bike Aid; Dominik Bauer (Euskirchen) - Team Dauner - Akkon excreted; Kim Alexander Heiduk (Öschelbronn) - Team Lotto-Kern Haus excreted; Sven Thurau (Cologne) - Team Duuner - Akkon excreted; Rüdiger Selig (Berlin) - Bora-Hansgrohe excreted; Jan-Marc Temmen (Düsseldorf) - Team Duuner - Akkon excreted; Henning Bommel (Cottbus) - Team Duuner - Akkon excreted; Lucas Carstensen (Hamburg) - Bike Aid excreted; Martin Salmon (Dudenhofen) - Team DSM excreted; Emanuel Buchmann (Lochau / Austria) - Bora-Hansgrohe excreted

Total standings single, final station after the 4th stage:

1. Nils Politt (Hürth) - Bora-Hansgrohe 16:29:41 hrs.; 2. Pascal Ackermann (Landau in the Palatinate) - Bora-Hansgrohe + 4 sec.; 3. Alexander Kristoff (Norway) - UAE Team Emirates; 4. Dylan Teuns (Belgium) - Bahrain Victorious + 19; 5. George Zimmermann (Neusäß) - Wanty-Gobert; 6. Marco Haller (Austria) - Bahrain Victorious + 21; 7. Luca Mozzato (Italy) - B & B Hotels p / b KTM + 22; 8. Marco Canola (Italy) - Gazprom Rusvelo; 9. Marcel Meisen (Stolberg) - Alpecin-Fenix ​​+ 24; 10. Jonas Koch (Schwäbisch Hall) - Wanty-Gobert + 26; ... 12. Jannik Steimle (Weilheim) - Decuninck-Quick-Step; 14. Tom Lindner (Zwickau) - P & S metal technology; 15. Juri Hollmann (Hürth) - Movistar Team; 16. Jonas Slip (Erbach (Odenwald)) - National Team Germany; 20. John Degenkolb (Oberursel) - National Team Germany; 32. Michael Schwarzmann (Kempten) - Bora-Hansgrohe + 5:46 min.; 39. Philipp Walsleben (Potsdam) - Alpecin-Fenix ​​+ 13:33; 40. Joshua Huppertz (Aachen) - Team Lotto-Kern House + 18:59; 43. Niklas Märkl (Queidersbach) - Team DSM + 19:02; 45. Marius Mayrhofer (Herschberg) - Team DSM; 46. ​​André Gripple (Hürth) - Israel Start-up Nation + 19:28; 47. Justin Wolf (Unna) - Bike AID + 19:35; 49. Pirmin Benz (Offenburg) - National Team Germany + 20:06; 50. Johannes Hodapp (Gütersloh) - Team Sauerland NRW + 20:20; 54. Marco Brenner (Ansbach) - Team DSM + 21:32; 60. Max Edge (Cottbus) - Team DSM + 23:43; 67. Jakob Gesser (Erfurt) - National Team Germany + 25:20; 68. Dominik Röber (Weimar) - P & S Metaltechnik + 26:33; 72. Johannes Adamietz (Ulm) - Team Sauerland NRW + 29:12; 75. Michel Aschenbrenner (Sömmerda) - P & S Metaltechnik + 30:50; 78. Roman Duckert (Frankfurt / or) - Team Duuner - Akkon + 31:46; 79. Jannis Peter (Gera) - National Team Germany + 31:57; 80. Andreas Schillinger (Amberg) - Bora-Hansgrohe + 31:58; 83. Christian Koch (Cottbus) - Team Lotto-Kern House + 33:08; 86. Tobias Nolde (Hartmannsdorf) - P & S Metaltechnik + 33:19; 88. Henri Uhlig (Regensburg) - National Team Germany + 34:12; 91. Immanuel strong (Annaberg-Buchholz) - P & S Metaltechnik + 35:31; 93. Pierre-Pascal Keup (AUE) - Team Lotto-Kern House + 37:18; 94. Jon Tuber (Unna) - Team Sauerland NRW + 37:25; 97. Frederik Rasmann (DeDendorf) - Team Dauner - Akkon + 41:24; 98. Robert Jägeler (Elxleben) - P & S Metaltechnik + 41:27; 99. Felix Groß (Leipzig) - UAE Team Emirates + 43:35; 101. Michel GiesSelmann (Bielefeld) - Team Sauerland NRW + 43:56; 103. Nikodemus Holler (Mühlacker) - Bike Aid + 58:29

mountain rating, final stop after the 4th stage:

Yves V & Ilkay Sencan – Not So Bad (feat. Emie) [Official Lyric Video] 1. Louis Vervaeke (Belgium) - Alpecin-Fenix ​​10 Pt.; 2. Dario Cataldo (Italy) - Movistar Team 10; 3. JUSTIN WOLF (Unna) - Bike AID 8; 4. Remi Cavagna (France) - Decaininck-Quick-Step 5; 5. Kyle Murphy (USA) - Rally Cycling 5; 6. Dylan Teuns (Belgium) - Bahrain Victorious 4; 7. Jannis Peter (Gera) - National Team Germany 4; 8. Julian Lino (France) - Bike AID 3; 9. Robert Jägeler (Elxleben) - P & S Metal Technology 3; 10. Jannik Steimle (Weilheim) - Decuninck-Quick-Step 2; ... 12. Joshua Huppertz (Aachen) - Team Lotto-Kern House 2; 18. Henri Uhlig (Regensburg) - National Team Germany 1

Sprinting, finish after the 4th stage:

1. Pascal Ackermann (Landau in the Palatinate) - Bora-Hansgrohe 46 pts; 2. Alexander Kristoff (Norway) - UAE Team Emirates 33; 3. Jannik Steimle (Weilheim) - Decuninck-Quick-Step 17; 4. Nils Politt (Hürth) - Bora Hansgrohe 15; 5. Dylan TEUNS (Belgium) - Bahrain Victorious 15; 6. Luca Mozzato (Italy) - B & B Hotels p / b KTM 15; 7. Marco Haller (Austria) - Bahrain Victorious 14; 8. Rasmus Fossum Tiller (Norway) - UN-X Pro Cycling Team 12; 9. Matteo Jorgenson (USA) - Movistar Team 8; 10. John Degenkolb (Oberursel) - National Team Germany 8; ... 12. Henri Uhlig (Regensburg) - National Team Germany 7; 14. André Griepel (Hürth) - Israel Start-up Nation 7; 15. Justin Wolf (Unna) - Bike AID 6; 18. Joshua Huppertz (Aachen) - Team Lotto-Kern House 5; 21. Pierre-Pascal Keup (AUE) - Team Lotto-Kern House 5; 22. Jonas Koch (Schwäbisch Hall) - Wanty-Gobert 5; 25. Marius Mayrhofer (Herschberg) - Team DSM 4; 30. Jannis Peter (Gera) - National Team Germany 3; 32. Jon Tuber (Unna) - Team Sauerland NRW 3; 33. Robert Jägeler (Elxleben) - P & S Metal Technology 3; 36. Johannes Hodapp (Gütersloh) - Team Sauerland NRW 1

Team rating, finish after the 4th stage:

1. Bahrain Victorious (Bahrain) 49:30:18 hrs.; 2. UAE Team Emirates (United Arab Emirates) + 1 sec.; 3. Decaininck-Quick-Step (Belgium) + 10; 4. Alpecin-Fenix (Belgium) + 42; 5. Bora-Hansgrohe (Germany) + 4:30 min.; 6. Equipo core Pharma (Spain) + 6:57; 7. Movistar Team (Spain) + 18:39; 8. AG2R Citroën Team (France) + 18:47; 9. National Team Germany (Germany) + 19:43; 10. UNO-X Pro Cycling Team (Norway) + 24:03; ... 15. P & S Metaltechnik (Germany) + 53:07; 16. Team DSM (Germany) + 58:21; 18. Team Sauerland NRW (Germany) + 1:12:27 hrs.; 20. Team Lotto Kern House (Germany) + 1:22:33; 21. Bike Aid (Germany) + 1:24:02

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