Vuelta a Burgos - Stage 2 » Vivar del Cid › Villadiego, 158km Tour de Pologne - Stage 5 » Łańcut › Rzeszów, 178.1km

The INEOS Grenadiers happily emerged unscathed from a pair of late crashes at Vuelta a Burgos and Tour of Poland.
The biggest crash occurred in the final kilometre of Burgos, with a rider going down at the front of the race and bringing down much of the peloton. Carlos Rodriguez was able to pick his way through the chaos to finish fifth, with all the riders involved set the receive the same time.
Brandon Rivera was hit from behind as he slowed down, but along with his teammates he was able to cross the line in Villadiego.
On the run-in Tao Geoghegan Hart launched a number of accelerations as the peloton traded attacks. Pavel Sivakov and Rivera also came to the fore in an exciting period of racing.
Despite the forecast wind not materialising the team still made sure they were always in position, with Andrey Amador and Omar Fraile doing some great work for the team.

Tour of Poland also saw a sprint finish, with a number of riders held up by a late crash. After some committed lead-out work by Richard Carapaz, the crash again denied Ethan Hayter the chance for a sprint.

Despite that the pair, along with Ben Tulett, all remain well placed heading into Thursday's decisive time trial.