The international cycling union (UCI) has today announced the new rankings are published. In the ‘world ranking’ continues Julian Alaphilippe comfortable leader, with the teams Deceuninck – Quick Step, of course, with a nice lead over the number one. In the nation leaderboards nip Belgium, thanks to the victory of Philippe Gilbert to the first place, about France.
In the individual ranking came in the top six not to work? Only Greg Van Avermaet book despite his disappointing result in Paris-Roubaix, one place profit, and rises from eight to seven. Julian Alaphilippe continues to leader, Alejandro Valverde and Tom Dumoulin. Philippe Gilbert ‘rises’ after his victory in Paris-Roubaix to the 51st place, good for 38 sites bonus.
In the team classification there is no change at the top also as good as nothing. Deceuninck – Quick Step remains large, on lead, for Sky and Astana. BORA hansgrohe wins two places, and jumps to four, Lotto-Soudal lose a spot and camp out tentatively on a little to the imagination fifteenth place.
Within the pack of procontinentale teams reserves Cofidis a small lead on Wanty – Groupe Gobert. Those two places are important with an eye on the season 2020 as they can for next season slots guarantee, in the contests of the World Tour.
However, change at the top of the nation leaderboards: by the victory of Gilbert and third place Yves Lampaert jumps in Belgium across France to the first place. On the basis of this classification are the number of world cup places awarded.
Naesen best ééndagsrenner
Since this year, the UCI is also a leader board with all ééndagswedstrijden as a basis. Oliver Naesen remains the standings, to plead, but will in the coming days with Julian Alaphilippe, however, an angry opponent. Also notable is the seventh place of Mathieu van der Poel. With two major matches on his program – Brabant Arrow and Amstel Gold Race – we see the Dutch all-rounder in the coming days still have some progression to make. Also the klassementsrenner today have their own standings. That is led by Primoz Roglic, for Simon Yates and Tom Dumoulin.