Greipel bounces back for stage two victory in Poland

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HTC-Columbia sprinter André Greipel was back to his usual winning ways in the Tour of Poland on Monday after being caught out by Sunday's huge crash close to the finish.

Stage two's sprint was almost as chaotic as stage one, with a slight downhill and some very tired legs in the bunch after a 240 kilometre grind (as well as 12 kilometres of neutralised racing) through southern Poland making it even harder to control.

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