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The 2018 UCI World Tour was a competition that included thirty-seven road cycling events throughout the 2018 men's cycling season.[1] It was the tenth and final edition of the ranking system launched by the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) in 2009. The competition began with the opening stage of the Tour Down Under on 16 January and concluded with the final stage of the Tour of Guangxi on 21 October.[2] Belgium's Greg Van Avermaet was the defending champion.[3]

2018 UCI WorldTour
Tenth edition of the UCI World Tour
Details
Dates16 January – 21 October
Location
  • Australia
  • China
  • Europe
  • Middle East
  • North America
Rounds37
Champions
Individual championSimon Yates (Great Britain) (Mitchelton–Scott)
Teams' championQuick-Step Floors
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SummaryEdit

Van Avermaet was unable to defend his World Tour title, as he failed to take a single individual win – he was a part of three team time trial victories for the BMC Racing Team however – as he finished fifth in the points rankings. The rankings were topped for the first time by British rider Simon Yates, riding for the Mitchelton–Scott team, who amassed 3,072 points over the course of the season.[4] Yates was the last of four riders to take the overall lead of standings during the season; he had ranked highly in the standings earlier in 2018, taking stage victories at Paris–Nice,[5] and the Volta a Catalunya,[6] before a break-through performance at the Giro d'Italia with three stage wins and thirteen days in the race lead; ultimately, Yates cracked in the mountains during the third week and ceded overall victory to compatriot Chris Froome.[7] After another stage win and a second-place overall finish at the Tour de Pologne,[8] Yates won his first Grand Tour at the Vuelta a España,[9] taking the race lead definitively after a stage victory on stage fourteen,[10] and the rankings lead when the race concluded.[4]

80 points behind, in second place, was Slovakia's Peter Sagan, riding for Bora–Hansgrohe.[4] Sagan led the standings for most of the season, having recorded consistent top-six finishes during the spring Classic races, with victories at Gent–Wevelgem,[11] and for the first time, Paris–Roubaix.[12] Sagan won three stages at the Tour de France as he won a record-equalling sixth points classification victory,[13] but was unable to win any stages at the Vuelta a España, where Yates took the lead. In third place, with 2,609 points,[4] was Alejandro Valverde of Spain, who rode for the Movistar Team. Valverde held the rankings lead in the spring, winning two general classifications at the Abu Dhabi Tour,[14] and the Volta a Catalunya,[6] in February and March – winning three stages over those races as well – before two stage victories and victory in the points classification at the Vuelta a España.

In the concurrent teams' standings, Quick-Step Floors prevailed with 13,425.97 points, having held the classification lead for three-quarters of the season, and not been headed since late March. The team took 37 victories – out of a total of 73 wins during all UCI-classified races[15] – at the World Tour level, including seven overall victories taken by Niki Terpstra (E3 Harelbeke and the Tour of Flanders),[16][17] Yves Lampaert (Dwars door Vlaanderen),[18] Julian Alaphilippe (La Flèche Wallonne and Clásica de San Sebastián),[19][20] Bob Jungels (Liège–Bastogne–Liège),[21] and Elia Viviani (EuroEyes Cyclassics).[22] The team also took 13 stage victories at the Grand Tours, with two classification jerseys won by Viviani (points at the Giro d'Italia),[23] and Alaphilippe, who won the polka-dot jersey at the Tour de France.[24] 2017 teams classification winners Team Sky finished second with 10,213 points, with the team winning two of the three Grand Tours; Froome became the seventh rider to win all three Grand Tours with his Giro d'Italia success,[25] while Geraint Thomas won the Tour de France,[26] after success at the Critérium du Dauphiné.[27] Team Sky took four other general classification victories: Michał Kwiatkowski won Tirreno–Adriatico,[28] and the Tour de Pologne,[8] Egan Bernal won the Tour of California in his first season with the team,[29] while Gianni Moscon won the season-ending Tour of Guangxi.[30] With 9,201 points, Bora–Hansgrohe finished in third place primarily down to Sagan's performances, with further wins to Jay McCarthy (Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race),[31] and Pascal Ackermann at the RideLondon–Surrey Classic.[32] Ackermann and Sam Bennett also took eleven World Tour stage victories between them during the season, with Bennett taking three at a Grand Tour, in the Giro d'Italia.[33]

TeamsEdit

2018 UCI WorldTeams and equipment[34]
Code Official Team Name Country Groupset Road Bike(s) Time Trial Bike Wheels
ALM AG2R La Mondiale (2018 season)   France Shimano Factor Bikes o2
Factor Bikes ONE
Factor Bikes ONE–S
Factor Bikes Slick Mavic
AST Astana (2018 season)   Kazakhstan Shimano Argon 18 Gallium Pro
Argon 18 Nitrogen Pro
Argon Krypton
E-118 Next Corima
TBM Bahrain–Merida (2018 season)   Bahrain Shimano Merida Scultura
Merida Reacto
Merida Warp Fulcrum
BMC BMC Racing Team (2018 season)   United States Shimano BMC Teammachine SLR01
BMC Timemachine TMR01
BMC Roadmachine RM01
BMC TimeMachine TM01 Shimano
BOH Bora–Hansgrohe (2018 season)   Germany Shimano S-Works Venge
S-Works Tarmac
S-Works Roubaix
S-Works Shiv Roval
DDD Team Dimension Data (2018 season)   South Africa Shimano/Rotor Cervélo S5
Cervélo R5
Cervélo C5
Cervélo P5 Enve
EFD EF Education First–Drapac p/b Cannondale (2018 season)   United States Shimano/FSA Cannondale SuperSix EVO Hi-Mod
Cannondale Synapse Hi-Mod
Cannondale SystemSix Hi-Mod
Cannondale Slice Hi-Mod Vision
FDJ Groupama–FDJ (2018 season)   France Shimano Lapierre Xelius SL
Lapierre Aircode SL
Lapierre Pulsium
Lapierre Aerostorm DRS Shimano
TKA Team Katusha–Alpecin (2018 season)    Switzerland SRAM Canyon Ultimate CF SLX
Canyon Aeroad CF SLX
Canyon Endurace CF SL
Canyon Speedmax CF Zipp
TLJ LottoNL–Jumbo (2018 season)   Netherlands Shimano Bianchi OltreXR4,OltreXR2
Bianchi Specialissima
Bianchi Aria
Bianchi Aquila CV Shimano
LTS Lotto–Soudal (2018 season)   Belgium Campagnolo Ridley Helium SLX
Ridley Noah SL
Ridley Fenix SL
Ridley Dean Fast Campagnolo
MTS Mitchelton–Scott (2018 season)   Australia Shimano Scott Foil
Scott Addict
Scott Plasma Shimano
MOV Movistar Team (2018 season)   Spain Campagnolo Canyon Ultimate CF SLX
Canyon Aeroad CF SLX
Canyon Endurace CF SL
Canyon Speedmax CF Campagnolo
QST Quick-Step Floors (2018 season)   Belgium Shimano/FSA S-Works Venge
S-Works Tarmac
S-Works Roubaix
S-Works Shiv Roval
HED
SKY Team Sky (2018 season)   Great Britain Shimano Pinarello Dogma F10
Pinarello Dogma K8-S
Pinarello GAN
Pinarello Bolide Shimano
SUN Team Sunweb (2018 season)   Germany Shimano Giant TCR Advanced SL
Giant Propel Advanced SL
Giant Defy Advanced SL
Giant Trinity Giant
TFS Trek–Segafredo (2018 season)   United States Shimano Trek Emonda
Trek Madone
Trek Domane
Trek SpeedConcept Bontrager
UAD UAE Team Emirates (2018 season)   United Arab Emirates Campagnolo Colnago c64,C60
Colnago Concept
Colnago V1-R
Colnago K-Zero Campagnolo

EventsEdit

Races in the 2018 UCI World Tour[1]
Race Date Winner Second Third Additional points[35]
Stage Leader
  Tour Down Under 16–21 January   Daryl Impey (RSA) 500 pts   Richie Porte (AUS) 400 pts   Tom-Jelte Slagter (NED) 325 pts 60, 25, 10 pts 10 pts
  Great Ocean Road Race 28 January   Jay McCarthy (AUS) 300 pts   Elia Viviani (ITA) 250 pts   Daryl Impey (RSA) 215 pts N/A
  Abu Dhabi Tour 21–25 February   Alejandro Valverde (ESP) 300 pts   Wilco Kelderman (NED) 250 pts   Miguel Ángel López (COL) 215 pts 40, 15, 6 pts 6 pts
  Omloop Het Nieuwsblad 24 February   Michael Valgren (DEN) 300 pts   Łukasz Wiśniowski (POL) 250 pts   Sep Vanmarcke (BEL) 215 pts N/A
  Strade Bianche 3 March   Tiesj Benoot (BEL) 300 pts   Romain Bardet (FRA) 250 pts   Wout van Aert (BEL) 0 pts[a] N/A
  Paris–Nice 4–11 March   Marc Soler (ESP) 500 pts   Simon Yates (GBR) 400 pts   Gorka Izagirre (ESP) 325 pts 60, 25, 10 pts 10 pts
  Tirreno–Adriatico 7–13 March   Michał Kwiatkowski (POL) 500 pts   Damiano Caruso (ITA) 400 pts   Geraint Thomas (GBR) 325 pts 60, 25, 10 pts 10 pts
  Milan–San Remo 17 March   Vincenzo Nibali (ITA) 500 pts   Caleb Ewan (AUS) 400 pts   Arnaud Démare (FRA) 325 pts N/A
  Volta a Catalunya 19–25 March   Alejandro Valverde (ESP) 400 pts   Nairo Quintana (COL) 320 pts   Pierre Latour (FRA) 260 pts 50, 20, 8 pts 8 pts
  E3 Harelbeke 23 March   Niki Terpstra (NED) 400 pts   Philippe Gilbert (BEL) 320 pts   Greg Van Avermaet (BEL) 260 pts N/A
  Gent–Wevelgem 25 March   Peter Sagan (SVK) 500 pts   Elia Viviani (ITA) 400 pts   Arnaud Démare (FRA) 325 pts N/A
  Dwars door Vlaanderen 28 March   Yves Lampaert (BEL) 300 pts   Mike Teunissen (NED) 250 pts   Sep Vanmarcke (BEL) 215 pts N/A
  Tour of Flanders 1 April   Niki Terpstra (NED) 500 pts   Mads Pedersen (DEN) 400 pts   Philippe Gilbert (BEL) 325 pts N/A
  Tour of the Basque Country 2–7 April   Primož Roglič (SLO) 400 pts   Mikel Landa (ESP) 320 pts   Ion Izagirre (ESP) 260 pts 50, 20, 8 pts 8 pts
  Paris–Roubaix 8 April   Peter Sagan (SVK) 500 pts   Silvan Dillier (SUI) 400 pts   Niki Terpstra (NED) 325 pts N/A
  Amstel Gold Race 15 April   Michael Valgren (DEN) 500 pts   Roman Kreuziger (CZE) 400 pts   Enrico Gasparotto (ITA) 325 pts N/A
  La Flèche Wallonne 18 April   Julian Alaphilippe (FRA) 400 pts   Alejandro Valverde (ESP) 320 pts   Jelle Vanendert (BEL) 260 pts N/A
  Liège–Bastogne–Liège 22 April   Bob Jungels (LUX) 500 pts   Michael Woods (CAN) 400 pts   Romain Bardet (FRA) 325 pts N/A
  Tour de Romandie 24–29 April   Primož Roglič (SLO) 500 pts   Egan Bernal (COL) 400 pts   Richie Porte (AUS) 325 pts 60, 25, 10 pts 10 pts
  Eschborn–Frankfurt 1 May   Alexander Kristoff (NOR) 300 pts   Michael Matthews (AUS) 250 pts   Oliver Naesen (BEL) 215 pts N/A
  Giro d'Italia 4–27 May   Chris Froome (GBR) 850 pts   Tom Dumoulin (NED) 680 pts   Miguel Ángel López (COL) 575 pts 100, 40, 20, 12, 4 pts 20 pts
  Tour of California 13–19 May   Egan Bernal (COL) 300 pts   Tejay van Garderen (USA) 250 pts   Daniel Felipe Martínez (COL) 215 pts 40, 15, 6 pts 6 pts
  Critérium du Dauphiné 3–10 June   Geraint Thomas (GBR) 500 pts   Adam Yates (GBR) 400 pts   Romain Bardet (FRA) 325 pts 60, 25, 10 pts 10 pts
  Tour de Suisse 9–17 June   Richie Porte (AUS) 500 pts   Jakob Fuglsang (DEN) 400 pts   Nairo Quintana (COL) 325 pts 60, 25, 10 10 pts
  Tour de France 7–29 July   Geraint Thomas (GBR) 1000 pts   Tom Dumoulin (NED) 800 pts   Chris Froome (GBR) 675 pts 120, 50, 25, 15, 5 pts 25 pts
  RideLondon–Surrey Classic 29 July   Pascal Ackermann (GER) 300 pts   Elia Viviani (ITA) 250 pts   Giacomo Nizzolo (ITA) 215 pts N/A
  Clásica de San Sebastián 4 August   Julian Alaphilippe (FRA) 400 pts   Bauke Mollema (NED) 320 pts   Anthony Roux (FRA) 260 pts N/A
  Tour de Pologne 4–10 August   Michał Kwiatkowski (POL) 400 pts   Simon Yates (GBR) 320 pts   Thibaut Pinot (FRA) 260 pts 50, 20, 8 pts 8 pts
 /  BinckBank Tour 13–19 August   Matej Mohorič (SLO) 400 pts   Michael Matthews (AUS) 320 pts   Tim Wellens (BEL) 260 pts 50, 20, 8 pts 8 pts
  EuroEyes Cyclassics 19 August   Elia Viviani (ITA) 400 pts   Arnaud Démare (FRA) 320 pts   Alexander Kristoff (NOR) 260 pts N/A
  Vuelta a España 25 August –
16 September
  Simon Yates (GBR) 850 pts   Enric Mas (ESP) 680 pts   Miguel Ángel López (COL) 575 pts 100, 40, 20, 12, 4 pts 20 pts
  Bretagne Classic Ouest–France 26 August   Oliver Naesen (BEL) 400 pts   Michael Valgren (DEN) 320 pts   Tim Wellens (BEL) 260 pts N/A
  GP de Québec 7 September   Michael Matthews (AUS) 500 pts   Greg Van Avermaet (BEL) 400 pts   Jasper Stuyven (BEL) 325 pts N/A
  GP de Montréal 9 September   Michael Matthews (AUS) 500 pts   Sonny Colbrelli (ITA) 400 pts   Greg Van Avermaet (BEL) 325 pts N/A
  Presidential Tour of Turkey 9–14 October   Eduard Prades (ESP) 0 pts[b]   Alexey Lutsenko (KAZ) 250 pts   Nathan Haas (AUS) 215 pts 40, 15, 6 pts 6 pts
  Il Lombardia 13 October   Thibaut Pinot (FRA) 500 pts   Vincenzo Nibali (ITA) 400 pts   Dylan Teuns (BEL) 325 pts N/A
  Tour of Guangxi 16–21 October   Gianni Moscon (ITA) 300 pts   Felix Großschartner (AUT) 250 pts   Sergey Chernetskiy (RUS) 215 pts 40, 15, 6 pts 6 pts

Final points standingsEdit

IndividualEdit

[36]

For riders that had the same number of points, ties in placings were resolved by number of victories, then number of second places, third places, and so on, in World Tour events and stages.[37]

Rank Name Team Points
1   Simon Yates (GBR) Mitchelton–Scott 3072
2   Peter Sagan (SVK) Bora–Hansgrohe 2992
3   Alejandro Valverde (ESP) Movistar Team 2609
4   Geraint Thomas (GBR) Team Sky 2534.25
5   Greg Van Avermaet (BEL) BMC Racing Team 2442.14
6   Elia Viviani (ITA) Quick-Step Floors 2399
7   Michael Matthews (AUS) Team Sunweb 2393.19
8   Julian Alaphilippe (FRA) Quick-Step Floors 2161.12
9   Chris Froome (GBR) Team Sky 1976.68
10   Tom Dumoulin (NED) Team Sunweb 1975.62
11   Primož Roglič (SLO) LottoNL–Jumbo 1951
12   Michael Valgren (DEN) Astana 1803
13   Miguel Ángel López (COL) Astana 1610
14   Romain Bardet (FRA) AG2R La Mondiale 1530
15   Oliver Naesen (BEL) AG2R La Mondiale 1516
16   Michał Kwiatkowski (POL) Team Sky 1515.25
17   Thibaut Pinot (FRA) Groupama–FDJ 1500
18   Tim Wellens (BEL) Lotto–Soudal 1480
19   Jasper Stuyven (BEL) Trek–Segafredo 1459
20   Steven Kruijswijk (NED) LottoNL–Jumbo 1456
21   Arnaud Démare (FRA) Groupama–FDJ 1447
22   Nairo Quintana (COL) Movistar Team 1417
23   Ion Izagirre (ESP) Bahrain–Merida 1403
24   Niki Terpstra (NED) Quick-Step Floors 1380.12
25   Richie Porte (AUS) BMC Racing Team 1368.57
  • 418 riders scored points. 198 other riders finished in positions that would have earned them points, but they were ineligible as members of non-UCI WorldTeams.

TeamEdit

For the team rankings,[37] this was calculated by adding the ranking points of all the riders of a team.[38]

Rank Team Points Point-scoring riders
1 Quick-Step Floors 13425.97
27 riders
Viviani (2399), Alaphilippe (2161.12), Terpstra (1380.12), Mas (1324.43), Štybar (1021), Gilbert (1015.55), Jungels (741.12), Gaviria (537.55), Schachmann (512), Lampaert (497.55), Devenyns (476), Jakobsen (233), Hodeg (211), Cavagna (183), Serry (138), Richeze (126.55), De Plus (123), Capecchi (81), Knox (64), Mørkøv (49), Sénéchal (44), Declercq (42.55), Narváez (21), Keisse (18.43), Sabatini (16), Asgreen (5), Martinelli (5)
2 Team Sky 10213
28 riders
G. Thomas (2534.25), Froome (1976.68), Kwiatkowski (1515.25), Bernal (1204.25), Moscon (623.25), Ser. Henao (391), de la Cruz (332), van Baarle (328.57), Wiśniowski (250), Geoghegan Hart (199.57), Castroviejo (182.25), Poels (176.25), Doull (114), Sivakov (70), Seb. Henao (58), Basso (46), Gołaś (32), Dunbar (30), Lawless (30), Rowe (27.82), Puccio (25.43), Kiryienka (21.43), Elissonde (12), Rosa (10), D. López (10), Knees (7), Stannard (5), Dibben (1)
3 Bora–Hansgrohe 9201
21 riders
P. Sagan (2992), Konrad (929), Buchmann (841), Formolo (779), S. Bennett (750), Majka (664), Ackermann (647), McCarthy (458), Großschartner (402), Mühlberger (235), Burghardt (164), Oss (112), Poljański (51), Pfingsten (42), Kennaugh (42), Selig (34), Bodnar (24), Pöstlberger (12), Benedetti (8), J. Sagan (8), Schillinger (7)
4 BMC Racing Team 8779.97
23 riders
Van Avermaet (2442.14), Porte (1368.57), Teuns (991.57), Dennis (842.57), Caruso (807.14), van Garderen (404.57), Roelandts (392), Küng (341.14), Drucker (218), De Marchi (188.57), Gerrans (163.57), Schär (97.14), Rosskopf (88.57), Bevin (84.14), Bookwalter (82.57), Roche (70), Frankiny (56), Van Hooydonck (42), Bohli (36.57), Wyss (29.57), Bettiol (16.57), Ventoso (9), Scotson (8)
5 Mitchelton–Scott 8660.03
21 riders
S. Yates (3072), Impey (1137.45), A. Yates (1072.45), Kreuziger (842), Ewan (619.57), Trentin (494), Nieve (289.88), Verona (216), Haig (188), Power (137), Chaves (132), Juul-Jensen (111), Mezgec (103.57), Bauer (53.45), Durbridge (44.45), Meyer (40), Hayman (37.88), L. Hamilton (30), Howson (26.88), Hepburn (7.45), Edmondson (5)
6 Astana 7869[c]
25 riders
Valgren (1803), M. López (1610), Fuglsang (1209), Bilbao (564), Cort (395), Lutsenko (388), Fraile (349), Sánchez (347), Chernetskiy (311), Kangert (196), J. Hansen (190), Villella (99), Houle (90), Hrivko (50), Stalnov (48), Tleubayev (40), Cataldo (40), Zeits (38), Hirt (32), De Vreese (25), Gatto (20), Korsæth (10),[d] Gidich (8), Fominykh (5), Kozhatayev (2)
7 Bahrain–Merida 7409
24 riders
I. Izagirre (1403), V. Nibali (1046), Pozzovivo (987), Colbrelli (842), G. Izagirre (698), Mohorič (686), Gasparotto (629), García (189), Visconti (189), Bonifazio (154), Bole (123), Haussler (111), Pernsteiner (83), Pellizotti (79), Pibernik (39), Padun (39), Koren (26), Navardauskas (20), Sivtsov (20), Arashiro (11), Novak (10), Agnoli (10), A. Nibali (10), Boaro (5)
8 Movistar Team 7351
23 riders
Valverde (2609), N. Quintana (1417), Landa (956), Soler (775), Carapaz (774), Rosón (160), Fernández (105), Rojas (83), Betancur (79), Amador (78), Oliveira (46), Sepúlveda (44), Sütterlin (43), Erviti (33), Anacona (30), Pedrero (28), de la Parte (23), Arcas (17), Valls (16), Barbero (16), Carretero (7), D. Quintana (7), Castrillo (5)
9 Team Sunweb 7266.95
20 riders
Matthews (2393.19), T. Dumoulin (1975.62), Kelderman (640.57), Oomen (618.57), Teunissen (413), Kragh Andersen (308.19), Arndt (238.19), Theuns (180.19), Bauhaus (180), Geschke (54.19), ten Dam (53.62), Walscheid (43), Hindley (39), C. Hamilton (37), Vervaeke (32), Tusveld (26), Storer (22), Curvers (10), Kämna (2), Haga (0.62)
10 LottoNL–Jumbo 7059
23 riders
Roglič (1951), Kruijswijk (1456), G. Bennett (906), Roosen (608), Gesink (406), Groenewegen (383), Battaglin (310), Tolhoek (241), D. van Poppel (202), Grøndahl Jansen (120), De Tier (113), van Emden (111), Wynants (48), Martens (48), Van Hoecke (39), Bouwman (36), Powless (22), Kuss (18), Olivier (15), Lindeman (11), Boom (8), Eenkhoorn (5), Leezer (2)
11 AG2R La Mondiale 6397
29 riders
Bardet (1530), O. Naesen (1516), Latour (798), Dillier (460), Vuillermoz (289), Gallopin (283), Frank (255), Geniez (252), Cherel (142), Cosnefroy (130), Bakelants (94), Bidard (70), Vandenbergh (67), Dupont (66), Denz (65), Gastauer (64), Gautier (62), Barbier (55), Domont (45), Peters (34), Montaguti (27), Jaurégui (24), Venturini (14), Chevrier (13), Paret-Peintre (12), S. Dumoulin (10), Bagdonas (8), Gougeard (8), Duval (4)
12 UAE Team Emirates 5495
22 riders
Kristoff (1323), Ulissi (1127), D. Martin (1101), Costa (669), Aru (215), Polanc (209), Consonni (195), Đurasek (133), Bystrøm (90), Ravasi (83), Conti (83), Marcato (66), Riabushenko (55), Bono (30), Stake Laengen (29), Mori (26), Aït El Abdia (15), Ferrari (11), Atapuma (10), Ganna (10), Swift (10), Petilli (5)
13 Trek–Segafredo 5428
23 riders
Stuyven (1459), Mollema (904), Degenkolb (577), Pedersen (520), Nizzolo (457), Guerreiro (443), Skujiņš (190), Brambilla (172), Felline (156), Grmay (116), Bernard (105), de Kort (103), Pantano (80), Conci (30), Stetina (23), Eg (20), Didier (15), Gogl (15), Rast (15), Mullen (10), B. van Poppel (10), Beppu (5), Reijnen (3)
14 Groupama–FDJ 5102
19 riders
Pinot (1500), Démare (1447), Molard (459), Roux (397), Vichot (262), Preidler (250), Madouas (214), Gaudu (154), Le Gac (127), Reichenbach (110), Morabito (39), Vincent (34), Guarnieri (34), Sarreau (28), Cimolai (18), Seigle (13), Ladagnous (10), Ludvigsson (5), Sinkeldam (1)
15 Lotto–Soudal 4700.01
23 riders
Wellens (1480), Benoot (1095.43), Vanendert (448.43), Debusschere (349), Greipel (294), De Gendt (231.43), Wallays (151.43), Lambrecht (137), Campenaerts (95.43), Bak (92), De Buyst (60), Monfort (34), Mertz (30), A. Hansen (30), Armée (29), Maes (28), Sieberg (28), Van der Sande (23), Keukeleire (21.43), Frison (20), Shaw (13), L. Naesen (5), Marczyński (4.43)
16 EF Education First–Drapac p/b Cannondale 4373
22 riders
Urán (912), Vanmarcke (858), Woods (728), Martínez (454), Modolo (343), Rolland (236), S. Clarke (174), Phinney (125), Craddock (102), Carthy (92), Moreno (86), Breschel (70), Brown (50), Langeveld (41), Van Asbroeck (21), Canty (20), van den Berg (20), McLay (20), Howes (10), Scully (5), Dombrowski (5), Magnusson (1)
17 Team Katusha–Alpecin 2757
23 riders
Haas (508), Zakarin (462), Špilak (271), Politt (255), Gonçalves (199), Kittel (185), Lammertink (154), Fabbro (92), T. Martin (91), Kuznetsov (90), Hollenstein (66), Cras (55), Restrepo (53), Würtz Schmidt (51), Kochetkov (50), Kišerlovski (40), Planckaert (36), Boswell (30), Machado (18), Dowsett (18), Zabel (15), Biermans (15), Smit (3)
18 Team Dimension Data 2017[e]
22 riders
Boasson Hagen (497), Slagter (462), King (258), O'Connor (112), Pauwels (88), Vermote (87), Berhane (76), Kudus (67), Antón (64),[d] Gebrezgabihier (59), Meintjes (50), Thwaites (49), Cavendish (35), Davies (31), R. Janse van Rensburg (28), Morton (21), Thomson (13), Gibbons (9), Dlamini (6), Eisel (2), Debesay (2), Dougall (1)

Leader progressEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ As van Aert was riding for Vérandas Willems–Crelan, which is not a UCI WorldTeam, he was ineligible to score points towards the UCI World Tour standings.
  2. ^ As Prades was riding for Euskadi–Murias, which is not a UCI WorldTeam, he was ineligible to score points towards the UCI World Tour standings.
  3. ^ Listed by UCI on 7859 points, missing Truls Korsæth's points from Paris–Roubaix.
  4. ^ a b Points not listed with any team.
  5. ^ Listed by UCI on 1953 points, missing Igor Antón's points from the Tour of the Basque Country, the Clásica de San Sebastián and the Vuelta a España.

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