UCI World Tour

The UCI WorldTour (2009–2010: UCI World Ranking) is the premier men's elite road cycling tour, sitting above the various regional UCI Continental Circuits. It refers to both the tour of 38 events and, until 2019, an annual ranking system based upon performances in these. The World Ranking was launched in 2009, and merged fully with its predecessor the UCI ProTour in 2011. UCI WorldTeams must compete at all events that were part of the tour prior to the 2017 expansion.

UCI World Tour
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2020 UCI World Tour
UCI World Tour logo.svg
SportRoad bicycle racing
Founded2009
No. of teams19 (Others invited on
race by race basis)
CountriesInternational
Most recent
champion(s)
Rider: Simon Yates
Team: Quick Step
Official websiteuciworldtour.com

HistoryEdit

Until the end of 2004, the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) maintained both the UCI Road World Rankings, which awarded results for all its sanctioned races, and the UCI Road World Cup, which was awarded on the basis of performance in ten selected one-day events. Both were replaced from the 2005 season by the UCI ProTour and UCI Continental Circuits. However, disputes between the UCI and ASO, the organisers of the Tour de France and other classics, and eventually with the organisers of the Tours of Italy and Spain, meant that by 2008 the ProTour was devalued as a ranking method, as only one of the Monument events, and three other classics, remained under the auspices of the UCI. As a result, the UCI World Ranking was introduced, merging performances from both the ProTour and other prestigious events.[1]

At the start of 2011, the ProTour and World Ranking were fully merged again.[2] The ranking system was re-branded as the 'World Tour', whilst 'ProTeam' [3] was retained as a registration category for professional teams. All ProTeams gain automatic entry to World Tour events.

Despite finishing second in the team rankings in 2012, Team Katusha were initially refused a place in the top tier for 2013.[4] After appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport, they were reinstated in February 2013, having already missed the 2013 Tour Down Under.[5] Although the UCI had earlier asserted that the reinstatement of Katusha would result in demotion of another team, they eventually announced that there would be 19 ProTour teams for that one season.[6] In 2015, there are only 17 teams, as there was no applicant for the 18th slot.

For the 2017 season the UCI added 10 new events to the calendar, bringing the total number of events to 38. The new events are: Tour of California, Tour of Qatar, Abu Dhabi Tour, Tour of Turkey, Dwars door Vlaanderen, Omloop Het Nieuwsblad, Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race, London–Surrey Classic, Eschborn-Frankfurt City Loop and Strade Bianche.

In 2019, the Three Days of De Panne (a one day race, although its name retains a description of its former format) was added to the tour, and the Abu Dhabi Tour, having merged with the 2.HC ranked Dubai Tour, was rebranded as the UAE Tour. The World Tour ceased to be a ranking series, replaced in this regard by the UCI World Ranking.

Events (since 2019)Edit

The UCI World Tour consists of 38 events. These events are made up from:

  • The three Grand Tours
  • The five Monument one-day races
  • Ten further stage races in Europe
  • Thirteen further one-day races in Europe
  • One stage race in Australia
  • One stage race in United Arab Emirates
  • One stage race in China
  • One one-day race in Australia
  • Two one-day races in Canada
Race World Ranking Points (2016–18)[7]
Winner Second Third final position for
which points are given
  Tour de France Overall 1000 800 675 60th (10 points)
Each stage 120 50 25 5th (5 points)
  Giro d'Italia
  Vuelta a España
Overall 850 680 575 60th (8 points)
Each stage 100 40 20 5th (4 points)
  Tour Down Under
  Paris–Nice
  Tirreno–Adriatico
  Tour de Romandie
  Critérium du Dauphiné
  Tour de Suisse
Overall 500 400 325 60th (3 points)
Each stage 60 25 10
  Volta a Catalunya
  Tour of the Basque Country
  Tour de Pologne
   BinckBank Tour
Overall 400 320 260 60th (2 points)
Each stage 50 20 8
  UAE Tour[a]
  Tour of Guangxi
Overall 300 250 215 60th (1 point)
Each stage 40 15 6
  Milan–San Remo
  Gent–Wevelgem
  Tour of Flanders
  Paris–Roubaix
  Amstel Gold Race
  Liège–Bastogne–Liège
  Grand Prix Cycliste de Québec
  Grand Prix Cycliste de Montréal
  Giro di Lombardia
500 400 325 60th (3 points)
  E3 Harelbeke[b]
  La Flèche Wallonne
  Clásica de San Sebastián
  EuroEyes Cyclassics
  GP Ouest-France
400 320 260 60th (2 points)
  Great Ocean Road Race
  Omloop Het Nieuwsblad
  Strade Bianche
  Dwars door Vlaanderen
  Eschborn-Frankfurt – Rund um den Finanzplatz
  London–Surrey Classic
  Three Days of Bruges–De Panne[c][d][8]
300 250 215 60th (1 point)

In 2009 and 2010, only riders for ProTour teams and Professional Continental teams could earn points. When a national squad, that is not a UCI registered team, participated in a race, its members were not eligible to receive points. In 2011, a rule change meant that only riders on ProTeam squads were eligible for points.

From 2012 to 2015, the team time trial at the UCI Road World Championships contributed points to the team classification only.

ResultsEdit

Individual ranking (2009–2018)Edit

Year 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
2009   Alberto Contador
Astana
527 pts   Alejandro Valverde
Caisse d'Epargne
483 pts   Samuel Sánchez
Euskaltel–Euskadi
357 pts   Andy Schleck
Team Saxo Bank
334 pts   Cadel Evans
Silence–Lotto
333 pts
2010   Joaquim Rodríguez
Team Katusha
561 pts   Philippe Gilbert
Omega Pharma–Lotto
437 pts   Luis León Sánchez
Caisse d'Epargne
413 pts   Cadel Evans
BMC Racing Team
390 pts   Vincenzo Nibali
Liquigas–Doimo
390 pts
2011   Philippe Gilbert
Omega Pharma–Lotto
718 pts   Cadel Evans
BMC Racing Team
584 pts   Joaquim Rodríguez
Team Katusha
446 pts   Michele Scarponi
Lampre–ISD
419 pts   Tony Martin
HTC–Highroad
349 pts
2012   Joaquim Rodríguez
Team Katusha
692 pts   Bradley Wiggins
Team Sky
601 pts   Tom Boonen
Omega Pharma–Quick-Step
410 pts   Vincenzo Nibali
Liquigas–Cannondale
400 pts   Alejandro Valverde
Movistar Team
394 pts
2013   Joaquim Rodríguez
Team Katusha
607 pts   Chris Froome
Team Sky
587 pts   Alejandro Valverde
Movistar Team
540 pts   Peter Sagan
Cannondale
491 pts   Vincenzo Nibali
Astana
474 pts
2014   Alejandro Valverde
Movistar Team
686 pts   Alberto Contador
Tinkoff–Saxo
620 pts   Simon Gerrans
Orica–GreenEDGE
478 pts   Rui Costa
Lampre–Merida
461 pts   Vincenzo Nibali
Astana
392 pts
2015   Alejandro Valverde
Movistar Team
675 pts   Joaquim Rodríguez
Team Katusha
474 pts   Nairo Quintana
Movistar Team
457 pts   Alexander Kristoff
Team Katusha
453 pts   Fabio Aru
Astana
448 pts
2016   Peter Sagan
Tinkoff
669 pts   Nairo Quintana
Movistar Team
609 pts   Chris Froome
Team Sky
564 pts   Alejandro Valverde
Movistar Team
436 pts   Alberto Contador
Tinkoff
428 pts
2017   Greg Van Avermaet
BMC Racing Team
3582 pts   Chris Froome
Team Sky
3452 pts   Tom Dumoulin
Team Sunweb
2545 pts   Peter Sagan
Bora–Hansgrohe
2544 pts   Vincenzo Nibali
Bahrain–Merida
2196 pts
2018   Simon Yates
Mitchelton–Scott
3072 pts   Peter Sagan
Bora–Hansgrohe
2992 pts   Alejandro Valverde
Movistar Team
2609 pts   Geraint Thomas
Team Sky
2534.25 pts   Greg Van Avermaet
BMC Racing Team
2442.14 pts

Team ranking (2009–2018)Edit

Year 1st 2nd 3rd
2009 Astana Caisse d'Epargne Team Columbia–High Road
2010 Team Saxo Bank Liquigas–Doimo Rabobank
2011 Omega Pharma–Lotto Team Sky Leopard Trek
2012 Team Sky Team Katusha Liquigas–Cannondale
2013 Movistar Team Team Sky Team Katusha
2014 Movistar Team BMC Racing Team Tinkoff–Saxo
2015 Movistar Team Team Katusha Team Sky
2016 Movistar Team Tinkoff Team Sky
2017 Team Sky Quick-Step Floors BMC Racing Team
2018 Quick-Step Floors Team Sky Bora–Hansgrohe

Nation ranking (2009–2016)Edit

Year 1st 2nd 3rd
2009   Spain   Italy   Australia
2010   Spain   Italy   Belgium
2011   Italy   Belgium   Australia
2012   Spain   Great Britain   Italy
2013   Spain   Italy   Colombia
2014   Spain   Italy   Belgium
2015   Spain   Italy   Colombia
2016   Spain   Colombia   Great Britain

Winners by raceEdit

Winners (2009–2016)Edit

Year 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
  Santos Tour Down Under   Davis   Greipel (1/2)   Meyer   Gerrans (2/9)   Slagter   Gerrans (5/9)   Dennis   Gerrans (9/9)
  Paris–Nice   LL Sánchez (1/3)   Contador (3/9)   T Martin (2/4)   Wiggins (2/5)   Porte (1/7)   Betancur   Porte (2/7)   Thomas (2/4)
  Tirreno–Adriatico   Scarponi (1/3)   Garzelli   Evans (2/4)   Nibali (2/9)   Nibali (3/9)   Contador (5/9)   Quintana (3/7)   Van Avermaet (1/7)
  Milan–San Remo   Cavendish   Freire   Goss (2/2)   Gerrans (3/9)   Ciolek   Kristoff (1/8)   Degenkolb (3/4)   Démare (2/2)
  Volta Ciclista a Catalunya   Valverde (1/14)   Rodríguez (1/6)   Scarponi (2/3)   Albasini   D Martin (2/4)   Rodríguez (5/6)   Porte (3/7)   Quintana (4/7)
  Record Bank E3 Harelbeke Part of the UCI Europe Tour   Boonen (3/6)   Cancellara (4/7)   Sagan (4/10)   Thomas (1/4)   Kwiatkowski (2/7)
  Gent–Wevelgem   Boasson Hagen (1/5)   Eisel   Boonen (2/6)   Boonen (4/6)   Sagan (2/10)   Degenkolb (2/4)   Paolini   Sagan (5/10)
  Ronde van Vlaanderen   Devolder   Cancellara (2/7)   Nuyens   Boonen (5/6)   Cancellara (5/7)   Cancellara (7/7)   Kristoff (3/8)   Sagan (6/10)
  Vuelta al País Vasco   Contador (1/9)   Horner (1/2)   Klöden   S Sánchez   Quintana (1/7)   Contador (6/9)   Rodríguez (6/6)   Contador (9/9)
  Paris–Roubaix   Boonen (1/6)   Cancellara (3/7)   Vansummeren   Boonen (6/6)   Cancellara (6/7)   Terpstra (1/4)   Degenkolb (4/4)   Hayman
  Amstel Gold Race   Ivanov   Gilbert (2/13)   Gilbert (4/13)   Gasparotto (1/2)   Kreuziger (2/2)   Gilbert (9/13)   Kwiatkowski (1/7)   Gasparotto (2/2)
  La Flèche Wallonne   Rebellin   Evans (1/4)   Gilbert (5/13)   Rodríguez (2/6)   Moreno   Valverde (4/14)   Valverde (6/14)   Valverde (8/14)
  Liège–Bastogne–Liège   A Schleck (1/2)   Vinokourov   Gilbert (6/13)   Iglinsky   D Martin (3/4)   Gerrans (6/9)   Valverde (7/14)   Poels
  Tour de Romandie   Kreuziger (1/2)   Špilak (1/3)   Evans (3/4)   Wiggins (3/5)   Froome (2/12)   Froome (5/12)   Zakarin   Quintana (5/7)
  Giro d'Italia   Menchov   Basso   Scarponi (3/3)   Hesjedal   Nibali (4/9)   Quintana (2/7)   Contador (8/9)   Nibali (7/9)
  Critérium du Dauphiné   Valverde (2/14)   Brajkovič   Wiggins (1/5)   Wiggins (4/5)   Froome (3/12)   Talansky   Froome (6/12)   Froome (8/12)
  Tour de Suisse   Cancellara (1/7)   F Schleck   Leipheimer   Costa (2/5)   Costa (3/5)   Costa (4/5)   Špilak (2/3)   López (1/2)
  Tour de France   Contador (2/9)   A Schleck (2/2)   Evans (4/4)   Wiggins (5/5)   Froome (4/12)   Nibali (5/9)   Froome (7/12)   Froome (9/12)
  Clásica Ciclista San Sebastián   Barredo   LL Sánchez (2/3)   Gilbert (7/13)   LL Sánchez (3/3)   Gallopin   Valverde (5/14)   A Yates (1/2)   Mollema (1/2)
  Tour de Pologne   Ballan   D Martin (1/4)   Sagan (1/10)   Moser   Weening   Majka   Izagirre (1/2)   Wellens (4/5)
   BinckBank Tour   Boasson Hagen (2/5)   T Martin (1/4)   Boasson Hagen (3/5)   Boom   Štybar (1/3)   Wellens (1/5)   Wellens (2/5)   Terpstra (2/4)
  Vuelta a España   Valverde (3/14)   Nibali (1/9)   Froome (1/12)   Contador (4/9)   Horner (2/2)   Contador (7/9)   Aru   Quintana (6/7)
  Cyclassics Hamburg   Farrar (1/2)   Farrar (2/2)   Boasson Hagen (4/5)   Démare (1/2)   Degenkolb (1/4)   Kristoff (2/8)   Greipel (2/2)   Ewan
  Bretagne Classic Ouest-France   Gerrans (1/9)   Goss (1/2)   Bole   Boasson Hagen (5/5)   Pozzato   Chavanel   Kristoff (4/8)   Naesen (1/2)
  Grand Prix Cycliste de Québec Not on calendar   Voeckler   Gilbert (8/13)   Gerrans (4/9)   Gesink (2/2)   Gerrans (7/9)   Urán   Sagan (7/10)
  Grand Prix Cycliste de Montréal Not on calendar   Gesink (1/2)   Costa (1/5)   Nordhaug   Sagan (3/10)   Gerrans (8/9)   Wellens (3/5)   Van Avermaet (2/7)
  Il Lombardia   Gilbert (1/13)   Gilbert (3/13)   Zaugg   Rodríguez (3/6)   Rodríguez (4/6)   D Martin (4/4)   Nibali (6/9)   Chaves
  Tour of Beijing Not on calendar   T Martin (3/4)   T Martin (4/4)   Intxausti   Gilbert (10/13) Not on calendar

Winners after expansion (since 2017)Edit

Year 2017 2018 2019 2020
  Tour Down Under   Porte (4/7)   Impey (1/2)   Impey (2/2)   Porte (7/7)
  Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race   Arndt   McCarthy   Viviani (4/6)   Devenyns
  UAE Tour   Costa (5/5)   Valverde (13/14)   Roglič (3/7)   A Yates (2/2)
  Omloop Het Nieuwsblad   Van Avermaet (3/7)   Valgren (1/2)   Štybar (2/3)   Stuyven
  Strade Bianche   Kwiatkowski (3/7)   Benoot   Alaphilippe (3/5)   van Aert (1/2)
  Paris–Nice   Henao   Soler   Bernal (2/4)   Schachmann
  Tirreno–Adriatico   Quintana (7/7)   Kwiatkowski (6/7)   Roglič (4/7)   S Yates (2/2)
  Milan–San Remo   Kwiatkowski (4/7)   Nibali (9/9)   Alaphilippe (4/5)   van Aert (2/2)
  Three Days of Bruges-De Panne Part of the UCI Europe Tour   Groenewegen   Lampaert (3/3)
  E3 BinckBank Classic   Van Avermaet (4/7)   Terpstra (3/4)   Štybar (3/3) Cancelled
  Volta a Catalunya   Valverde (9/14)   Valverde (14/14)   López (2/2) Cancelled
  Gent–Wevelgem   Van Avermaet (5/7)   Sagan (9/10)   Kristoff (8/8)   Pedersen
  Dwars door Vlaanderen   Lampaert (1/3)   Lampaert (2/3)   van der Poel (1/4) Cancelled
  Ronde van Vlaanderen   Gilbert (11/13)   Terpstra (4/4)   Bettiol   van der Poel (4/4)
  Itzulia Basque Country   Valverde (10/14)   Roglič (1/7)   Izagirre (2/2) Cancelled
  Paris–Roubaix   Van Avermaet (6/7)   Sagan (10/10)   Gilbert (13/13) Cancelled
  Presidential Cycling Tour of Turkey   Ulissi (2/2)   Prades   Großschartner Part of the UCI ProSeries
  Amstel Gold Race   Gilbert (12/13)   Valgren (2/2)   van der Poel (2/4) Cancelled
  La Flèche Wallonne   Valverde (11/14)   Alaphilippe (1/5)   Alaphilippe (5/5)   Hirschi
  Liège–Bastogne–Liège   Valverde (12/14)   Jungels   Fuglsang (2/4)   Roglič (7/7)
  Eschborn-Frankfurt   Kristoff (5/8)   Kristoff (7/8)   Ackermann (2/2) Cancelled
  Tour de Romandie   Porte (5/7)   Roglič (2/7)   Roglič (5/7) Cancelled
  Tour of California   Bennett   Bernal (1/4)   Pogačar (1/2) Not on calendar
  Giro d'Italia   Dumoulin (1/2)   Froome (12/12)   Carapaz   Geoghegan Hart
  Critérium du Dauphiné   Fuglsang (1/4)   Thomas (3/4)   Fuglsang (3/4)   Martínez
  Tour de Suisse   Špilak (3/3)   Porte (6/7)   Bernal (3/4) Cancelled
  Tour de Pologne   Teuns   Kwiatkowski (7/7)   Sivakov   Evenepoel (2/2)
  Tour de France   Froome (10/12)   Thomas (4/4)   Bernal (4/4)   Pogačar (2/2)
  Clásica San Sebastián   Kwiatkowski (5/7)   Alaphilippe (2/5)   Evenepoel (1/2) Cancelled
  London–Surrey Classic   Kristoff (6/8)   Ackermann (1/2)   Viviani (5/6) Cancelled
  EuroEyes Cyclassics Hamburg   Viviani (1/6)   Viviani (3/6)   Viviani (6/6) Cancelled
  Bretagne Classic-Ouest-France   Viviani (2/6)   Naesen (2/2)   Vanmarcke   Matthews (4/4)
  Vuelta a España   Froome (11/12)   S Yates (1/2)   Roglič (6/7)
   BinckBank Tour   Dumoulin (2/2)   Mohorič   De Plus   van der Poel (3/4)
  Grand Prix Cycliste de Québec   Sagan (8/10)   Matthews (1/4)   Matthews (3/4) Cancelled
  Grand Prix Cycliste de Montréal   Ulissi (1/2)   Matthews (2/4)   Van Avermaet (7/7) Cancelled
  Il Lombardia   Nibali (8/9)   Pinot   Mollema (2/2)   Fuglsang (4/4)
  Tour of Guangxi   Wellens (5/5)   Moscon   Mas Cancelled

Most race winsEdit

Riders in italics are no longer active.

Rank Cyclist Wins
1.   Alejandro Valverde 14
2.   Philippe Gilbert 13
3.   Chris Froome 12
4.   Peter Sagan 10
5.   Alberto Contador 9
  Simon Gerrans 9
  Vincenzo Nibali 9
8.   Alexander Kristoff 8
9.   Fabian Cancellara 7
  Michał Kwiatkowski 7
  Richie Porte 7
  Nairo Quintana 7
  Primož Roglič 7
  Greg Van Avermaet 7
15.   Tom Boonen 6
  Joaquim Rodríguez 6
  Elia Viviani 6

Race wins by countryEdit

Rank Nation Wins Riders
1.   Belgium 49 Gilbert (13), Van Avermaet (7), Boonen (6), Wellens (5), Lampaert (3), Evenepoel (2), Naesen (2), van Aert (2), Benoot, De Plus, Devenyns, Devolder, Nuyens, Stuyven, Teuns, Vanmarcke, Vansummeren
2.   Spain 42 Valverde (14), Contador (9), Rodríguez (6), LL Sánchez (3), Izagirre (2), Barredo, Freire, Intxausti, Mas, Moreno, Prades, S Sánchez, Soler
3.   Australia 32 Gerrans (9), Porte (7), Evans (4), Matthews (4), Goss (2), Davis, Dennis, Ewan, Hayman, McCarthy, Meyer
  Italy Nibali (9), Viviani (6), Scarponi (3), Gasparotto (2), Ulissi (2), Aru, Ballan, Basso, Bettiol, Garzelli, Moscon, Moser, Paolini, Pozzato, Rebellin
5.   Great Britain 27 Froome (12), Wiggins (5), Thomas (4), A Yates (2), S Yates (2), Cavendish, Geoghegan Hart
6.   Netherlands 19 Terpstra (4), van der Poel (4), Dumoulin (2), Gesink (2), Mollema (2), Boom, Groenewegen, Poels, Slagter, Weening
7.   Colombia 18 Quintana (7), Bernal (4), López (2), Betancur, Chaves, Henao, Martínez, Urán
8.   Germany 16 Degenkolb (4), T Martin (4), Ackermann (2), Greipel (2), Arndt, Ciolek, Klöden, Schachmann
9.   Slovenia 15 Roglič (7), Špilak (3), Pogačar (2), Bole, Brajkovič, Mohorič
10.   Norway 14 Kristoff (8), Boasson Hagen (5), Nordhaug
11.   France 11 Alaphilippe (5), Démare (2), Chavanel, Gallopin, Pinot, Voeckler
12.   Slovakia 10 Sagan (10)
   Switzerland Cancellara (7), Albasini, Hirschi, Zaugg
14.   Poland 8 Kwiatkowski (7), Majka
15.   Denmark 7 Fuglsang (4), Valgren (2), Pedersen
16.   United States 6 Farrar (2), Horner (2), Leipheimer, Talansky
17.   Czech Republic 5 Štybar (3), Kreuziger (2)
  Portugal Costa (5)
19.   Ireland 4 D Martin (4)
  Luxembourg A Schleck (2), Jungels, F Schleck
  Russia Ivanov, Menchov, Sivakov, Zakarin
22.   Austria 2 Eisel, Großschartner
  Kazakhstan Iglinsky, Vinokourov
  South Africa Impey (2)
25.   Canada 1 Hesjedal
  Ecuador Carapaz
  New Zealand Bennett

Race wins by teamEdit

Teams in italics are no longer active.

Rank Team Wins Riders
1. Ineos Grenadiers 45 Froome (12), Kwiatkowski (6), Wiggins (5), Bernal (4), Thomas (4), Boasson Hagen (3), Porte (3), Viviani (2), Geoghegan Hart, Henao, Moscon, Nordhaug, Poels, Sivakov
2. Deceuninck–Quick-Step 39 Boonen (6), Alaphilippe (5), Terpstra (4), Viviani (4) Gilbert (3), Lampaert (3), Štybar (3), Evenepoel (2), Barredo, Davis, Devenyns, Devolder, Jungels, Kwiatkowski, T Martin, Mas, Urán
3. Movistar Team 30 Valverde (14), Quintana (7), Costa (3), LL Sánchez (2), Carapaz, Intxausti, Izagirre, Soler
4. Astana 21 Nibali (5), Fuglsang (4), Contador (3), López (2), Valgren (2), Aru, Gasparotto, Iglinsky, Izagirre, Vinokourov
5. Mitchelton–Scott 19 Gerrans (8), Impey (2), A. Yates (2), S. Yates (2), Albasini, Chaves, Ewan, Hayman, Weening
Team Jumbo–Visma Roglič (7), Gesink (2), van Aert (2), Bennett, Boom, De Plus, Freire, Groenewegen, Menchov, LL Sánchez, Slagter
7. CCC Team 18 Van Avermaet (7), Evans (4), Porte (3), Gilbert (2), Dennis, Teuns
Team Katusha–Alpecin Kristoff (6), Rodríguez (6), Špilak (2), Ivanov, Moreno, Paolini, Zakarin
Tinkoff Contador (6), Cancellara (3), Sagan (3), A Schleck (2), Kreuziger, Majka, Nuyens, F Schleck
10. Lotto–Soudal 15 Gilbert (8), Wellens (5), Benoot, Greipel
11. UAE Team Emirates 14 Costa (2), Kristoff (2), Pogačar (2), Scarponi (2), Ulissi (2), Ballan, Bole, Pozzato, Špilak
12. EF Pro Cycling 13 D Martin (4), Farrar (2), Bettiol, Hesjedal, Martínez, Meyer, Talansky, Vanmarcke, Vansummeren
13. Team Sunweb 12 Degenkolb (4), Matthews (4), Dumoulin (2), Arndt, Hirschi
Trek–Segafredo Cancellara (4), Mollema (2), Gallopin, Horner, Pedersen, Porte, Stuyven, Zaugg
15. HTC–Highroad 10 T Martin (3), Boasson Hagen (2), Goss (2), Cavendish, Eisel, Greipel
16. Liquigas 9 Sagan (4), Nibali (2), Basso, Kreuziger, Moser
17. Bora–Hansgrohe 8 Sagan (3), Ackermann (2), Großschartner, McCarthy, Schachmann
18. Alpecin–Fenix 4 van der Poel (4)
Team RadioShack Brajkovič, Horner, Klöden, Leipheimer
20. Bahrain–McLaren 3 Nibali (2), Mohorič
Groupama–FDJ Démare (2), Pinot
22. AG2R La Mondiale 2 Betancur, Naesen
Androni Giocattoli–Sidermec Rebellin, Scarponi
IAM Cycling Chavanel, Naesen
25. Circus–Wanty Gobert 1 Gasparotto
NTT Pro Cycling Ciolek
Total Direct Énergie Voeckler
Acqua & Sapone Garzelli
Cervélo TestTeam Gerrans
Euskadi–Murias Prades
Euskaltel–Euskadi S Sánchez

History of team participationEdit

Current UCI WorldTeamsEdit

Team Country Seasons in World Tour No. of seasons Previous team names
AG2R La Mondiale   France 2009-2020 12
Astana   Kazakhstan 2009-2020 12
Deceuninck–Quick-Step   Belgium 2009-2020 12 Quick-Step (2009-2011), Omega Pharma–Quick-Step (2012-2014), Etixx–Quick-Step (2015-2016), Quick-Step Floors (2017-2018)
EF Pro Cycling   United States 2009-2020 12 Garmin–Slipstream (2009), Garmin–Transitions (2010), Garmin–Cervélo (2011), Garmin–Barracuda (2012), Garmin–Sharp (2012-2014), Cannondale–Garmin (2015), Cannondale (2016), Cannondale–Drapac (2016-2017), EF Education First–Drapac p/b Cannondale (2018), EF Education First (2019)
Lotto–Soudal   Belgium 2009-2020 12 Silence–Lotto (2009), Omega Pharma–Lotto (2010-2011), Lotto–Belisol (2012-2014)
Movistar Team   Spain 2009-2020 12 Caisse d'Epargne (2009-2010)
Team Jumbo–Visma   Netherlands 2009-2020 12 Rabobank (2009-2012), Blanco Pro Cycling (2013), Belkin Pro Cycling (2013-2014), LottoNL–Jumbo (2015-2018)
UAE Team Emirates   Italy (2009-2016)
  United Arab Emirates (2017-2020)
2009-2020 12 Lampre–NGC (2009), Lampre–Farnese Vini (2010), Lampre–Farnese (2010), Lampre–ISD (2011-2012), Lampre–Merida (2013-2016), UAE Abu Dhabi (2017)
Groupama–FDJ   France 2009-2010, 2012-2020 11 Française des Jeux (2009-2010), FDJ (2010, 2013, 2015-2018), FDJ–BigMat (2012), FDJ.fr (2013-2014)
Ineos Grenadiers   Great Britain 2010-2020 11 Team Sky (2010-2019), Team Ineos (2019-2020)
CCC Team   United States (2011-2018)
  Poland (2019-2020)
2011-2020 10 BMC Racing Team (2011-2018)
Trek–Segafredo   Luxembourg (2011-2013)
  United States (2014-2020)
2011-2020 10 Leopard Trek (2011), RadioShack–Nissan (2012), RadioShack–Leopard (2013), Trek Factory Racing (2014-2015)
Mitchelton–Scott   Australia 2012-2020 9 GreenEDGE (2012), Orica–GreenEDGE (2012-2016), Orica–BikeExchange (2016), Orica–Scott (2017)
Team Sunweb   Netherlands (2013-2014)
  Germany (2015-2020)
2013-2020 8 Argos–Shimano (2013), Giant–Shimano (2014), Team Giant–Alpecin (2015-2016)
NTT Pro Cycling   South Africa 2016-2020 5 Team Dimension Data (2016-2019)
Bahrain–McLaren   Bahrain 2017-2020 4 Bahrain–Merida (2017-2019)
Bora–Hansgrohe   Germany 2017-2020 4
Cofidis   France 2009, 2020 2
Israel Start-Up Nation   Israel 2020 1

Previous UCI WorldTeamsEdit

Team Country Seasons in World Tour No. of seasons Previous team names
Team Katusha–Alpecin   Russia (2009-2016)
   Switzerland (2017-2019)
2009-2019 11 Team Katusha (2009-2016)
Tinkoff   Denmark (2009-2013)
  Russia (2014-2016)
2009-2016 8 Team Saxo Bank (2009-2010, 2012), Saxo Bank–SunGard (2011), Saxo Bank–Tinkoff Bank (2012), Saxo–Tinkoff (2013), Tinkoff–Saxo (2014-2015)
Cannondale   Italy 2009-2014 6 Liquigas (2009), Liquigas–Doimo (2009-2010), Liquigas–Cannondale (2011-2012)
Euskaltel–Euskadi   Spain 2009-2013 5
HTC–Highroad   United States 2009-2011 3 Team Columbia–High Road (2009), Team Columbia–HTC (2009), Team HTC–Columbia (2010)
Vacansoleil–DCM   Netherlands 2011-2013 3
Footon–Servetto–Fuji   Spain 2009-2010 2 Fuji–Servetto (2009)
IAM Cycling    Switzerland 2015-2016 2
Team Europcar   France 2009, 2014 2 Bbox Bouygues Telecom (2009)
Team Milram   Germany 2009-2010 2
Team RadioShack   United States 2010-2011 2

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Prior to its merger with the Dubai Tour in 2019, this was known as the Abu Dhabi Tour.
  2. ^ The E3 Prijs Vlaanderen — Harelbeke became part of the World Tour in 2012.
  3. ^ The so called Three Days of De Panne, by then a one day race despite its name, became part of the World Tour in 2019, after the Tour ceased to be a ranking series.
  4. ^ World ranking points as of the 2019 season

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "UCI listing of events and dates for the 2009 calendar". Uci.ch. Retrieved 2012-07-16.
  2. ^ ProTour is dead, long live the World Tour Cyclingweekly. Accessed 14-01-11
  3. ^ Presse Release - Registration of UCI ProTeams for the 2011 season UCI. Accessed 14-01-11
  4. ^ "Katusha denied 2013 WorldTour licence". Cycling News. Future Publishing. Retrieved 19 February 2013.
  5. ^ "CAS orders WorldTour licence for Katusha". Cycling News. Future Publishing. Retrieved 19 February 2013.
  6. ^ "UCI confirms 19 WorldTour teams for 2013". Cycling News. Future Publishing. Retrieved 19 February 2013.
  7. ^ "UCI Rankings points scale". Retrieved 2012-07-16.
  8. ^ "UCI Cycling Regulations: Part 2 Road Races (version on 05.02.2019)" (PDF). uci.org. 5 February 2019. Retrieved 26 April 2019.

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