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Alejandro Valverde (Movistar) remains the leader after his third place overall behind Froome and Quintana in the Tour de France. The Spaniard scored 132 points during the Tour de France to push his points total to 482.

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27.07.2015 @ 14:24 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

Chris Froome (Team Sky) made history becoming the first British rider to win the Tour de France twice after a dominating performance during the three weeks of intense Grand Tour racing. 

Froome was backed by a strong Team Sky and they rode across the finish line together in celebration on the Champs Elysees in Paris on Sunday evening. Froome finished 1:12 ahead of Nairo Quintana, with the Colombian’s Movistar teammate Alejandro Valverde finishing third at 5:25. 
 

Froome scored 200 UCI WorldTour ranking points for his overall victory and picked up a further 38 points thanks to his success during the 21 stages. He now has a total of 422 points and is second in the individual ranking. Alejandro Valverde (Movistar) remains the leader after his third place overall behind Froome and Quintana in the Tour de France. The Spaniard scored 132 points during the Tour de France to push his points total to 482. Giro d’Italia winner Alberto Contador (Tinkoff-Saxo) is third with 407 points.

 

Movistar dominated the team’s classification at the Tour de France, beating Team Sky by almost an hour but thanks to the points scored by Froome, the British squad is back at the top of the ranking with 1219 points. Movistar is second with 1092 points, with Katusha third with 1038 points. Spain continues to lead the nations rankings thanks to the strength in depth of Spanish riders.

The UCI WorldTour continues through the summer and into the autumn with further one-day classics and stage racing. The Vuelta a Espana Grand tour is only a few weeks away and the next race on the UCI WorldTour calendar in the Clasica San Sebastian in northern Spain on August 1.

 

Indvidual ranking - top 50

1. Alejandro Valverde - Movistar Team 482
2. Christopher Froome - Team Sky 422
3. Alberto Contador - Tinkoff - Saxo 407
4. Nairo Quintana - Movistar Team 365
5. Richie Porte - Team Sky 314
6. Joaquim Rodriguez - Team Katusha 292
7. Geraint Thomas - Team Sky 283
8. Rui Costa - Lampre - Merida 274
9. Simon Spilak - Team Katusha 269
10. John Degenkolb - Team Giant - Alpecin 265
11. Alexander Kristoff - Team Katusha 263
12. Thibaut Pinot - FDJ 249
13. Peter Sagan - Tinkoff - Saxo 229
14. Rigoberto Uran - Etixx - Quick Step 219
15. Fabio Aru - Astana Pro Team 212
16. Domenico Pozzovivo - AG2R La Mondiale 210
17. Greg van Avermaet - BMC Racing Team 207
18. Michal Kwiatkowski - Etixx - Quick Step 195
19. Romain Bardet - AG2R La Mondiale 192
20. Zdeněk Stybar - Etixx - Quick Step 172
21. Bauke Mollema - Trek Factory Racing 168
22. Julian Alaphilippe - Etixx - Quick Step 165
23. Michael Matthews - Orica GreenEDGE 161
24. Tom Dumoulin - Team Giant - Alpecin 157
25. Mikel Landa - Astana Pro Team 148
26. Simon Yates - Orica GreenEDGE 148
27. Niki Terpstra - Etixx - Quick Step 140
28. Vincenzo Nibali - Astana Pro Team 138
29. Dennis Rohan - BMC Racing Team 135
30. Ilnur Zakarin - Team Katusha 134
31. Sergio Luis Henao - Team Sky 130
32. André Greipel - Lotto Soudal 116
33. Robert Gesink - Team LottoNL-Jumbo 104
34. Ryder Hesjedal - Team Cannondale - Garmin 102
35. Lars Boom - Astana Pro Team 101
36. Tejay Van Garderen - BMC Racing Team 96
37. Andrey Amador - Movistar Team 91
38. Tony Gallopin - Lotto Soudal 87
39. Beñat Intxausti - Movistar Team 81
40. Steven Kruijswijk - Team LottoNL-Jumbo 80
41. Luca Paolini - Team Katusha 80
42. Cadel Evans - BMC Racing Team 76
43. Ion Izagirre - Movistar Team 73
44. Mathias Frank - IAM Cycling 72
45. Leopold König - Team Sky 70
46. Jakob Fuglsang - Astana Pro Team 64
47. Roman Kreuziger - Tinkoff - Saxo 64
48. Michael Albasini - Orica GreenEDGE 62
49. Daniel Martin - Team Cannondale - Garmin 61
50. Fabian Cancellara - Trek Factory Racing 59
 

Nations ranking
1. Spain 1.410

2. Great Britain 903
3. Colombia 785
4. France 742
5. Australia 696
6. Italy 694
7. The Netherlands 670
8. Germany 455
9. Belgium 410
10. Czech Republic 306
11. Slovenia 293
12. Portugal 274
13. Switzerland 270
14. Norway 263
15. Poland 252
16. Slovakia 229
17. Russia 197
18. United States 152
19. Canada 102
20. Costa Rica 91
21. Denmark 87
22. Ireland 61
23. Luxembourg 47
24. South Africa 39
25. Estonia 25
26. Belarus 18
27. New Zealand 14
28. Kazakhstan 6
29. Croatia 6
30. Austria 4
31. Argentina 1

Teams ranking
1. Team Sky 1.219

2. Team Movistar 1.092
3. Team Katusha 1.038
4. Etixx-QuickStep 891
5. Tinkoff-Saxo 777
6. Astana Pro Team 663
7. BMC Racing Team 568
8. Team Giant-Alpecin 482
9. AG2r La Mondiale 479
10. Orica-GreenEdge 456
11. Lampre-Merida 440
12. Lotto-Soudal 354
13. FDJ 322
14. Trek Factory Racing 309
15. Team LottoNL-Jumbo 258
16. Team Cannondale- Garmin 243
17. IAM Cycling 175

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