2009 UCI Women's Road World Rankings

The 2009 UCI Women's Road Rankings is an overview of the UCI Women's Road Rankings, based upon the results in all UCI-sanctioned races of the 2009 women's road cycling season.

SummaryEdit

Final result.[1]

Top-ranked individual Second-ranked individual Third-ranked individual Top-ranked team Top-ranked nation
  Marianne Vos (NED)
DSB Bank-LTO
  Kirsten Wild (NED)
Cervelo Test Team
  Emma Johansson (SWE)
Red Sun Cycling Team
Cervelo Test Team   Netherlands

Individual World Ranking (top 100)Edit

Final result.[1]

Cyclists Nation Team Age Points
1 Marianne Vos   Netherlands DSB 22 1,360.55
2 Kirsten Wild   Netherlands CWT 27 848
3 Emma Johansson   Sweden RSC 26 796.75
4 Kristin Armstrong   United States CWT 36 584.7
5 Ina Teutenberg   Germany TCW 35 582.45
6 Noemi Cantele   Italy BCT 28 509
7 Trixi Worrack   Germany NUR 28 492.55
8 Rochelle Gilmore   Australia LBL 28 485
9 Emma Pooley   Great Britain CWT 27 460.7
10 Judith Arndt   Germany TCW 33 431.25
11 Claudia Häusler   Germany CWT 24 427.7
12 Diana Žiliūtė   Lithuania SAF 33 414
13 Grace Verbeke   Belgium LBL 25 386
14 Nicole Cooke   Great Britain VOR 26 384
15 Linda Villumsen   Denmark TCW 24 365.2
16 Chloe Hosking   Australia 19 316
17 Tatiana Guderzo   Italy MIC 25 296
18 Giorgia Bronzini   Italy SAF 26 287
19 Christiane Soeder   Austria CWT 34 263
20 Ruth Corset   Australia 32 246
21 Jeannie Longo-Ciprelli   France 51 244
22 Loes Gunnewijk   Netherlands FLX 29 236
23 Susanne Ljungskog   Sweden FLX 33 233
24 Chantal Blaak   Netherlands LNL 20 230
25 Svetlana Bubnenkova   Russia FEN 36 225
26 Amber Neben   United States NUR 34 221.3
27 Suzanne de Goede   Netherlands NUR 25 215
28 Nicole Brändli    Switzerland BCT 30 215
29 Mara Abbott   United States TCW 24 202
30 Sarah Düster   Germany CWT 27 181
31 Charlotte Becker   Germany NUR 26 179.8
32 Regina Bruins   Netherlands CWT 23 177.7
33 Bridie O'Donnell   Australia 35 177
34 Carla Ryan   Australia CWT 24 170
35 Monia Baccaille   Italy MIC 25 166
36 Andrea Bosman   Netherlands LNL 30 158
37 Martine Bras   Netherlands MSI 31 157.25
38 Kimberly Anderson   United States TCW 41 152.5
39 Julia Martisova   Russia GAU 33 143.19
40 Edita Pučinskaitė   Lithuania GAU 34 137.5
41 Fabiana Luperini   Italy MSI 35 133
42 Alexandra Burchenkova   Russia PTG 21 132
43 Sara Mustonen   Sweden HPU 28 125
44 Edwige Pitel   France 42 110
45 Erinne Willock   Canada 28 110
46 Eva Lutz   Germany NUR 30 101.8
47 Marlen Johrend   Germany NUR 23 101.75
48 Liesbet De Vocht   Belgium DSB 30 101.55
49 Joelle Numainville   Canada ESG 22 101
50 Cashandra Slingerland   South Africa MTW 35 99
51 Evelyn Stevens   United States 26 99
52 Ellen van Dijk   Netherlands TCW 22 96.75
53 Tara Whitten   Canada 29 96
54 Julia Shaw   Great Britain 44 96
55 Trine Schmidt   Denmark FLX 21 93
56 Kirsty Broun   Australia 30 93
57 Regina Schleicher   Germany NUR 35 92.75
58 Elizabeth Armitstead   Great Britain LBL 21 90
59 Catherine Cheatley   New Zealand 26 90
60 Rasa Leleivytė   Lithuania SAF 21 88
61 Iris Slappendel   Netherlands FLX 24 85.5
62 Luisa Tamanini   Italy MSI 29 83.25
63 Vicki Whitelaw   Australia VOR 32 83
64 Monica Holler   Sweden BCT 25 83
65 Wendy Houvenaghel   Great Britain 35 80
66 Kerong Tang   China 21 72
67 Amber Halliday   Australia 30 70
68 Denise Zuckermandel   Germany 21 68
69 Alexis Rhodes   Australia 25 67
70 Marissa van der Merwe   South Africa MTW 31 67
71 Marie Lindberg   Sweden NUR 22 66.75
72 Karin Thürig    Switzerland BCT 37 66
73 Katie Colclough   Great Britain 19 66
74 Svitlana Halyuk   Ukraine 22 63
75 Jennie Stenerhag   Sweden 34 60.25
76 Lisa Brennauer   Germany NUR 21 59.75
77 Modesta Vžesniauskaitė   Lithuania BCT 26 58
78 Ludivine Henrion   Belgium RSC 25 56.75
79 Paola Muñoz   Chile 23 56
80 Tania Belvederesi   Italy GAU 31 55.2
81 Emilia Fahlin   Sweden TCW 21 54.25
82 Chantal Beltman   Netherlands TCW 33 53.2
83 Mirjam Melchers-Van Poppel   Netherlands FLX 34 53
84 Lauren Franges   United States 26 52
85 Na Zhao   China GPC 25 52
86 Kelly Druyts   Belgium VLL 20 50
87 Petra Dijkman   Netherlands RSC 30 49.5
88 Madeleine Sandig   Germany NUR 26 47.55
89 Gao Min   China GPC 27 47
90 Elena Novikova   Russia PTG 34 47
91 Alessandra D'Ettorre   Italy TOG 31 46.5
92 Jennifer Hohl    Switzerland BCT 23 46
93 Tiffany Cromwell   Australia 21 46
94 Karine Gautard   France FUT 25 45.75
95 Adrie Visser   Netherlands DSB 26 45
96 Yulia Iliynikh   Russia PTG 24 43
97 Sophie Creux   France ESG 28 43
98 Lesya Kalytovska   Ukraine 21 42
99 Gina Grain   Canada 35 41
100 Sigrid Corneo   Slovenia MSI 38 40

UCI Teams RankingEdit

This is the ranking of the UCI women's teams from 2009.
Final result.[2]

Team Nation Points
1 Cervelo Test Team   Germany 2,321.10
2 Team Columbia Highroad Women   Germany 1,580.90
3 DSB Bank-LTO   Netherlands 1,528.35
4 Equipe Nürnberger Versicherung   Germany 1,108.65
5 Lotto-Belisol Ladiesteam   Belgium 990
6 Red Sun Cycling Team   Netherlands 923.75
7 Bigla Cycling Team    Switzerland 873
8 Safi   Lithuania 826
9 Team Flexpoint   Netherlands 647.5
10 Vision 1 Racing   Great Britain 504
11 S.C. Michela Fanini Record Rox   Italy 485
12 Leontien.nl   Netherlands 424.5
13 Selle Italia Ghezzi   Italy 413.5
14 Gauss RDZ Ormu-Colnago   Italy 371.09
15 Fenixs   Italy 290.25
16 Petrogradets   Russia 227
17 ESGL 93-GSD Gestion   France 194
18 MTN   South Africa 187
19 Team Hitec Products UCK   Norway 150
20 Giant Pro Cycling   Hong Kong, China 149
21 Vienne Futuroscope   France 129.75
22 Team Uniqa-Elk   Austria 75
23 Top Girls Fassa Bortolo Raxy Line   Italy 74
24 Topsport Vlaanderen Thompson Ladies Team   Belgium 69
25 USC Chirio Forno D'Asolo   Italy 63
26 Lointek   Spain 22
27 Team Cmax Dila'   Italy 18
28 Bizkaia   Spain 10.25

Nations RankingEdit

Final result.[3]

Nation Code Points
1 Netherlands   NED 2,889.55
2 Germany   GER 2,114.95
3 Australia   AUS 1,394
4 Italy   ITA 1,391
5 Sweden   SWE 1,304.50
6 United States   USA 1,259.50
7 Great Britain   GBR 1,110.70
8 Lithuania   LTU 713.5
9 Belgium   BEL 608.3
10 Russia   RUS 590.19
11 France   FRA 476.75
12 Denmark   DEN 458.2
13 Switzerland    SUI 383
14 Canada   CAN 370
15 Austria   AUT 273
16 China   CHN 229
17 South Africa   RSA 199
18 Ukraine   UKR 175
19 New Zealand   NZL 169
20 Mexico   MEX 91
21 Morocco   MAR 81
22 Spain   ESP 73
23 Kazakhstan   KAZ 59
24 Czech Republic   CZE 56
24 Luxembourg   LUX 56
24 Chile   CHI 56
27 Poland   POL 55.75
28 Slovenia   SLO 55
29 Brazil   BRA 54
30 Chinese Taipei   TPE 43
31 Thailand   THA 41
32 Belarus   BLR 40
32 Japan   JPN 40
34 Mauritius   MRI 38
35 Finland   FIN 33
36 Serbia   SRB 30
36 Greece   GRE 30
36 Israel   ISR 30
36 Hungary   HUN 30
40 Norway   NOR 29.75
41 North Korea   PRK 27
41 Croatia   CRO 27
41 Mongolia   MGL 27
44 Malaysia   MAS 25
44 Estonia   EST 25
44 St. Kitts & Nevis   SKN 25
44 Romania   ROU 25
48 Ireland   IRL 20
49 Guyana   GUY 17
50 Colombia   COL 13

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Ranking – Cycling – Road 2009 Women Elite UCI Ranking Individual Final result". UCI. Archived from the original on 4 March 2016. Retrieved 3 September 2013.
  2. ^ "Ranking - Cycling - Road 2009 Women Elite UCI Ranking Team Final Result". UCI. Archived from the original on 5 September 2013. Retrieved 3 September 2013.
  3. ^ "Ranking – Cycling – Road 2009 Women Elite UCI Ranking Nation Final Result". UCI. Archived from the original on 5 September 2013. Retrieved 3 September 2013.
Preceded by
UCI Women's Road Rankings
2009
Succeeded by