2010–11 UCI Asia Tour

The 2010–11 UCI Asia Tour was the 7th season of the UCI Asia Tour. The season began on 10 October 2010 with the Kumamoto International Road Race and ended on 30 September 2011 with the Golan II.

2010–11 UCI Asia Tour
Seventh edition of the UCI Asia Tour
Details
Dates10 October 2010 (2010-10-10)–30 September 2011
LocationAsia
Rounds34
Champions
Individual champion Mehdi Sohrabi (IRI) (Tabriz Petrochemical Team)
Teams' championTabriz Petrochemical Team
Nations' champion Iran
← 2009–10

The points leader, based on the cumulative results of previous races, wears the UCI Asia Tour cycling jersey. Mehdi Sohrabi from Iran was the defending champion of the 2009–10 UCI Asia Tour and was crowned as the 2010–11 UCI Asia Tour champion.

Throughout the season, points are awarded to the top finishers of stages within stage races and the final general classification standings of each of the stages races and one-day events. The quality and complexity of a race also determines how many points are awarded to the top finishers, the higher the UCI rating of a race, the more points are awarded.

The UCI ratings from highest to lowest are as follows:

  • Multi-day events: 2.HC, 2.1 and 2.2
  • One-day events: 1.HC, 1.1 and 1.2

EventsEdit

2010Edit

Date Race Name Location UCI Rating Winner Team
10 October Kumamoto International Road Race   Japan 1.2   Takashi Miyazawa (JPN) CDC–Cavaliere
11–19 October Tour of Hainan   China 2.HC   Valentin Iglinsky (KAZ) Astana
22–24 October Tour de Seoul   South Korea 2.2   Tomasz Marczynski (POL) CCC–Polsat–Polkowice
23 October Tour of Taihu Lake   China 1.2   David Kemp (AUS) Fly V Australia
24 October Japan Cup   Japan 1.HC   Dan Martin (IRL) Garmin–Transitions
24 October–3 November Tour d'Indonesia   Indonesia 2.2   Herwin Jaya (INA) Polygon Sweet Nice
13–14 November Tour de Okinawa   Japan 2.2   Shinichi Fukushima (JPN) Geumsan Ginseng Asia
12 December Tour of South China Sea   China
  Hong Kong
  Macau
1.2   Kazuhiro Mori (JPN) Aisan Racing Team

2011Edit

Date Race Name Location UCI Rating Winner Team
23 January–1 February Tour de Langkawi   Malaysia 2.HC   Jonathan Monsalve (VEN) Androni Giocattoli
6–11 February Tour of Qatar   Qatar 2.1   Mark Renshaw (AUS) HTC–Highroad
11 February Mumbai Cyclothon I   India 1.1   Elia Viviani (ITA) Liquigas–Cannondale
13 February Mumbai Cyclothon II   India 1.1   Robert Hunter (RSA) Team RadioShack
15–20 February Tour of Oman   Oman 2.1   Robert Gesink (NED) Rabobank
17 February Asian Cycling ChampionshipsTime trial   Thailand CC   Evgeny Vakker (KGZ) Kyrgyzstan (national team)
19 February Asian Cycling ChampionshipsRoad race   Thailand CC   Yukiya Arashiro (JPN) Japan (national team)
24–28 February Kerman Tour   Iran 2.2   Mehdi Sohrabi (IRI) Tabriz Petrochemical Team
8–13 March Jelajah Malaysia   Malaysia 2.2   Mehdi Sohrabi (IRI) Tabriz Petrochemical Team
19–28 March Tour de Taiwan   Taiwan 2.2   Markus Eibegger (AUT) Tabriz Petrochemical Team
1–6 April Tour of Thailand   Thailand 2.2   Tobias Erler (GER) Tabriz Petrochemical Team
15–24 April Tour de Korea   South Korea 2.2   Choi Ki Ho (HKG) Hong Kong (national team)
16–19 April Le Tour de Filipinas   Philippines 2.2   Rahim Ememi (IRI) Azad University Iran
24 April Melaka Governor Cup   Malaysia 1.2   Hassan Maleki (IRI) Suren Cycling Team
13–18 May Azerbaïjan Tour   Iran 2.2   Mehdi Sohrabi (IRI) Tabriz Petrochemical Team
25–29 May International Presidency Tour   Iran 2.2   Samad Pourseyedi (IRI) Azad University Iran
26–29 May Tour de Kumano   Japan 2.2   Fortunato Baliani (ITA) D'Angelo & Antenucci–Nippo
6–12 June Tour de Singkarak   Indonesia 2.2   Amir Zargari (IRI) Azad University Iran
1–10 July Tour of Qinghai Lake   China 2.HC   Gregor Gazvoda (SLO) Perutnina Ptuj
1–5 September Tour of Milad du Nour   Iran 2.2   Ghader Mizbani (IRI) Tabriz Petrochemical Team
7–11 September Tour de Brunei   Brunei 2.2   Shinichi Fukushima (JPN) Terengganu Cycling Team
10–20 September Tour of China   China 2.1   Muradjan Khalmuratov (UZB) Giant Kenda Cycling Team
16–19 September Tour de Hokkaido   Japan 2.2   Miguel Ángel Rubiano (COL) D'Angelo & Antenucci–Nippo
24–25 September Tour de East Java   Indonesia 2.2   Hossein Jahanbanian (IRI) Tabriz Petrochemical Team
28 September Golan I   Syria 1.2   Vladimir Tuychiev (UZB) Uzbekistan (national team)
30 September Golan II   Syria 1.2   Fadi Shekhoni (SYR) Syria (national team)

Final standingsEdit

Nation classificationEdit

Rank Nation Points
1.   Iran 1436
2.   Japan 1012
3.   Uzbekistan 449
4.   Malaysia 374
5.   Kazakhstan 348
6.   South Korea 287
7.   Syria 210
8.   Indonesia 206.34
9.   Hong Kong 200
10.   Kyrgyzstan 160

Nation under-23 classificationEdit

Rank Nation under-23 Points
1.   Malaysia 169
2.   South Korea 152
3.   Kazakhstan 123
4.   Hong Kong 100
5.   Mongolia 81
6.   China 48
7.   Iran 35
8.   Japan 33
9.   Thailand 26
10.   Indonesia 22

External linksEdit