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UCI Continental Circuits

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The UCI Continental Circuits are continental circuits for a series of road bicycle racing competitions since 2005. The five circuits (each representing Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe and Oceania continents) are a tier below the UCI World Tour. Both the World Tour and the Continental Circuits comprise a series of races in which various cycling teams compete regularly. It was introduced by the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) to provide an adequate and realistic context in order to encourage the expansion of cycling, everywhere in the world.

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UCI Africa TourEdit

WinnersEdit

There is a competition for the individual ranking, team ranking and country ranking with the most points gained from winning or achieving a high place in the races. The rider in the first place of the individual ranking of the continental circuit at the end of the season will be the sacred winner of his circuit. The list shows the UCI Africa Tour champions according to the year.

Year Individual Champion Nations' Champion Teams' Champion
Name Country Team
2005 Tiaan Kannemeyer   South Africa Team Barloworld-Valsir   South Africa Team Barloworld-Valsir
2005–06 Rabaki Jeremie Ouedraogo   Burkina Faso Café Samba   South Africa Cycling Team Capec
2006–07 Hassen Ben Nasser   Tunisia Pharmacie Centrale   South Africa Barloworld
2007–08 Nicholas White   South Africa Team MTN   South Africa Team MTN
2008–09 Dan Craven   Namibia Rapha Condor   South Africa Barloworld
2009–10 Abdelatif Saadoune   Morocco   Morocco MTN Energade
2010–11 Adil Jelloul   Morocco   Morocco Groupement Sportif Petrolier Algérie
2011–12 Tarik Chaoufi   Morocco   Morocco MTN Qhubeka
2012–13 Adil Jelloul   Morocco   Morocco MTN Qhubeka
2013–14 Mekseb Debesay   Eritrea Bike Aid - Ride for Help   Morocco MTN Qhubeka
2015 Salah Eddine Mraouni   Morocco Morocco   Morocco Skydive Dubai Pro Cycling Team–Al Ahli Club
2016 Issak Tesfom Okubamariam   Eritrea Sharjah Team   Eritrea Al Nasr Pro Cycling Team–Dubai
2017 Willie Smit   South Africa UC Nantes Atlantique   Eritrea
2018 Joseph Areruya   Rwanda Delko–Marseille Provence KTM   Eritrea Sovac–Natura4Ever

UCI America TourEdit

WinnersEdit

There is a competition for the individual ranking, team ranking and country ranking with the most points gained from winning or achieving a high place in the races. The rider in the first place of the individual ranking of the continental circuit at the end of the season will be the sacred winner of his circuit. The list shows the UCI America Tour champions according to the year.

Year Individual Champion Nations' Champion Teams' Champion
Name Country Team
2005 Edgardo Simon   Argentina Selle Italia–Diquigiovanni   Brazil Health Net–Maxxis
2005–06 José Serpa   Colombia Selle Italia–Diquigiovanni   Colombia Selle Italia–Diquigiovanni
2006–07 Svein Tuft   Canada Symmetrics   Colombia Symmetrics
2007–08 Manuel Medina   Venezuela Gobernación del Zulia   United States Team Garmin-Chipotle
2008–09 Gregorio Ladino   Colombia Tecos de la Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara   Colombia Diquigiovanni–Androni
2009–10 Gregorio Ladino   Colombia Boyaca Orgullo de America   Colombia Funvic–Pindamonhangaba
2010–11 Miguel Ubeto   Venezuela   Colombia EPM-UNE
2011–12 Rory Sutherland   Australia UnitedHealthcare   Colombia Real Cycling Team
2012–13 Janier Acevedo   Colombia Jamis–Hagens Berman   Colombia UnitedHealthcare
2013–14 Juan Carlos Rojas Villegas   Costa Rica Frijoles Los Tierniticos-Arroz Halcón   United States Team SmartStop
2015 Toms Skujiņš   Latvia Hincapie Racing Team   Colombia Rally Cycling
2016 Greg Van Avermaet   Belgium BMC Racing Team   Colombia Holowesko Citadel Racing Team
2017 Serghei Tvetcov   Romania Jelly Belly–Maxxis   Colombia
2018 Gavin Mannion   United States UnitedHealthcare   Colombia UnitedHealthcare

UCI Asia TourEdit

WinnersEdit

There is a competition for the individual ranking, team ranking and country ranking with the most points gained from winning or achieving a high place in the races. The rider in the first place of the individual ranking of the continental circuit at the end of the season will be the sacred winner of his circuit. The list shows the UCI Asia Tour champions according to the year.

Year Individual Champion Nations' Champion Teams' Champion
Name Country Team
2005 Andrey Mizurov   Kazakhstan Cycling Team Capec   Kazakhstan Giant Asia Racing Team
2005–06 Ghader Mizbani   Iran Giant Asia Racing Team   Iran Giant Asia Racing Team
2006–07 Hossein Askari   Iran Giant Asia Racing Team   Iran Giant Asia Racing Team
2007–08 Hossein Askari   Iran Tabriz Petrochemical Team   Japan Tabriz Petrochemical Team
2008–09 Ghader Mizbani   Iran Tabriz Petrochemical Team   Kazakhstan Tabriz Petrochemical Team
2009–10 Mehdi Sohrabi   Iran Tabriz Petrochemical Team   Iran Tabriz Petrochemical Team
2010–11 Mehdi Sohrabi   Iran Tabriz Petrochemical Team   Iran Tabriz Petrochemical Team
2011–12 Hossein Alizadeh   Iran Tabriz Petrochemical Team   Kazakhstan Terengganu Cycling Team
2012–13 Julián Arredondo   Colombia Team Nippo–De Rosa   Iran Tabriz Petrochemical Team
2013–14 Samad Pourseyedi   Iran Tabriz Petrochemical Team   Iran Tabriz Petrochemical Team
2015 Samad Pourseyedi   Iran Tabriz Petrochemical Team   Iran Pishgaman–Giant
2016 Mark Cavendish   United Kingdom Team Dimension Data   Iran Pishgaman–Giant
2017 Benjamin Prades   Spain Team UKYO   Kazakhstan
2018 Alexey Lutsenko   Kazakhstan Astana   Kazakhstan Kinan Cycling Team

UCI Europe TourEdit

WinnersEdit

There is a competition for the individual ranking, team ranking and country ranking with the most points gained from winning or achieving a high place in the races. The rider in the first place of the individual ranking of the continental circuit at the end of the season will be the sacred winner of his circuit. The list shows the UCI Europe Tour champions according to the year.

Year Individual Champion Nations' Champion Teams' Champion
Name Country Team
2005 Murilo Fischer   Brazil Naturino-Sapore di Mare   Italy AG2R Prévoyance
2005–06 Niko Eeckhout   Belgium Chocolade Jacques-Topsport Vlaanderen   Italy Acqua & Sapone-Caffè Mokambo
2006–07 Alessandro Bertolini   Italy Serramenti PVC Diquigiovanni-Selle Italia   Italy Rabobank
2007–08 Enrico Gasparotto   Italy Barloworld   Italy Acqua & Sapone-Caffè Mokambo
2008–09 Giovanni Visconti   Italy ISD–NERI   Italy Agritubel
2009–10 Giovanni Visconti   Italy ISD–NERI   Italy Vacansoleil
2010–11 Giovanni Visconti   Italy Farnese Vini–Neri Sottoli   Italy FDJ
2012 John Degenkolb   Germany Argos–Shimano   Italy Saur–Sojasun
2013 Riccardo Zoidl   Austria Gourmetfein–Simplon   France Team Europcar
2014 Tom Van Asbroeck   Belgium Topsport Vlaanderen–Baloise   Italy Topsport Vlaanderen–Baloise
2015 Nacer Bouhanni   France Cofidis   Belgium Topsport Vlaanderen–Baloise
2016 Baptiste Planckaert   Belgium Wallonie-Bruxelles–Group Protect   Belgium Wanty–Groupe Gobert
2017 Nacer Bouhanni   France Cofidis   France
2018 Hugo Hofstetter   France Cofidis   Belgium Wanty–Groupe Gobert

UCI Oceania TourEdit

WinnersEdit

There is a competition for the individual ranking, team ranking and country ranking with the most points gained from winning or achieving a high place in the races. The rider in the first place of the individual ranking of the continental circuit at the end of the season will be the sacred winner of his circuit. The list shows the UCI Oceania Tour champions according to the year.

Year Individual Champion Nations' Champion Teams' Champion
Name Country Team
2005 Robert McLachlan   Australia MG XPower Presented by BigPond   Australia MG XPower Presented by BigPond
2005–06 Gordon McCauley   New Zealand Successfulliving.com presented by Parkpre   Australia Successfulliving.com presented by Parkpre
2006–07 Robert McLachlan   Australia Drapac Porsche Development Program   Australia Drapac Porsche Development Program
2007–08 Hayden Roulston   New Zealand Trek-Zookeepers Café   Australia SouthAustralia.com-AIS
2008–09 Peter McDonald   Australia Drapac Porsche Cycling   Australia Drapac Porsche Cycling
2009–10 Michael Matthews   Australia Team Jayco-Skins   Australia Team Jayco-Skins
2011 Richard Lang   Australia Australia (national team)   Australia Team Jayco-AIS
2011-12 Paul Odlin   New Zealand Subway Cycling Team   Australia Team Jayco-AIS
2013 Damien Howson   Australia   Australia Huon Salmon-Genesys Wealth Advisers
2014 Robert Power   Australia Australia (national team)   Australia Avanti Racing Team
2015 Taylor Gunman   New Zealand Avanti Racing Team   New Zealand Avanti Racing Team
2016 Sean Lake   Australia Avanti Racing Team   Australia Avanti Racing Team
2017 Lucas Hamilton   Australia Mitchelton Scott   Australia
2018 Chris Harper   Australia Bennelong SwissWellness Cycling Team   Australia Bennelong SwissWellness Cycling Team

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