UCI ranking: leader of Pogacar, Evenepoel climbs, Alaphilippe is 8th!

The UCI ranking changes every week and this time it has many changes in the top 15. Tadej Pogacar (UAE Team Emirates) is still a solid leader with more than 1500 points ahead of the second, but behind it is very tight. A second, we have been observing a change ever since Van Aert Road (Jumbo-Visma) outperforms his teammate Primoz Roglic thanks to his podium Liege-Bastogne-Liege. The winner of “la Doyenne” also won places, since then Remco Evenepoel (Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl) jumped from sixth to fourth on the list. In revenge for his partner Julian Alaphilippe, is autumn. While he was fourth two weeks ago, he is now eighth.

Footage – Remco Evenepoel enters the Top 5 of the ranking

To find all the male and female UCI rankings, you can find it on the UCI website

The rise of Martinez and Teuns, the Jumbo-Visma surpasses the UAE Team Emirates

Of the top 10, two important changes should be noted, at the expense of the beautiful Ardennes Daniel Felipe Martínez (INEOS Grenadiers) wins 13 places and is thirteenth and Dylan Teuns (Bahrain – Victorious) wins 47 and is 30th. In the team classification, it is Jumbo Visma which takes the lead with only four small points of advantage United Arab Emirates team which was the first since the start of the season. For nations, here too is a change since Slovenia lost first place to Belgium. France remains in third place. female side Annemiek Van Vleuten (Movistar Team Women) remains the overall leader, Marta Cavalli (FDJ New Aquitaine Futuroscope) i Ashleigh Moolman Passion (Team SD Worx) enters the top 10.

To find all the male and female UCI rankings, you can find it on the UCI website

The UCI ranking – Male – on April 26 (also available on the UCI website)

Individual

1. Tadej Pogacar (SLN, UAE Team Emirates) 5281

2. Wout Van Aert (BEL, Jumbo-Visma) 3526

3. Primoz Roglic (SLN, Jumbo-Visma) 3450

4. Remco Evenepoel (BEL, Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl) 3148

5. Matej Mohoric (SLN, Bahrain – Victorious) 2778

6. Richard Carapaz (ECU, INEOS Grenadiers) 2422

7. Mathieu Van der Poel (NED, Alpecin Fenix) 2219

8. Julian Alaphilippe (FRA, Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl) 2188.87

9. Stefan Küng (SUI, Groupama – FDJ) 2174

10. Joao Almeida (POR, UAE Team Emirates) 2126

11. Jonas Vingegaard (DAN, Jumbo-Visma) 1963

12. Tim Merlier (BEL, Alpecin Fenix) 1960

13. Daniel Martínez (COL, INEOS Granardiers) 1865

14. Benoit Cosnefroy (FRA, Citizen Team AG2R) 1824

15. Sonny Colbrelli (ITA, Bahrain – Victorious) 1823

16. Egan Bernal (COL, Grenadiers INEOS) 1801

17. Alexandr Vlasov (Bora – Hansgrohe) 1795

18. Alejandro Valverde (ESP, Movistar Team) 1665

19. Dylan Van Baarle (NED, INEOS Grenadiers) 1635

20. Enric Mas (ESP, Movistar Team) 1633

Equipment

1. Jumbo Visma (NED) 6008

2. UAE Team Emirates (UAE) 6004

3. INEOS Grenadiers (GBR) 5913

4. Bahrain – Victorious (BAR) 5098

5. Arkea Samsic Team (FRA) 4388

6. Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl (BEL) 4027

7. Alpecin Fenix ​​(BEL) 3907

8. Intermarché – Wanty -Gobert Materials (BEL) 3849

9. Groupama – FDJ (FRA) 3606

10. Bora – Hansgrohe (GER) 3458

11. Cofidis (FRA) 3412

12. AG2R Citroen Team (FRA) 3200

13. Movistar Team (ESP) 2739

14. Total Energies (FRA) 2706

15. Lotto – Soudal (BEL) 2595

16. Trek – Segafredo (USA) 2454

17. Team Bike-Exchange Jayco (AUS) 2195

18. DSM Team (ALL) 1802

19. Israel Premier Tech (ISR) 1746

20. UNO X Pro Cycling Team (NOR) 1257

21. EF Education – EasyPost (USA) 1169

22. Astana Team Qazaqstan (KAZ) 1157.5

nations

1. Belgium 14690

2. Slovenia 12944

3. France 11227.67

4. Italy 10198

5. Netherlands 9569.66

6. Colombia 8330

7. Great Britain 8244

8. Spain 8192.93

9. Denmark 7665

10. Australia 7309.66

The UCI ranking – Women – April 26 (also available on the UCI website)

Individual

1. VAN VLEUTEN Annemiek (WOMEN’S MOVISTAR TEAM) 5282.33

2. VOLLERING Demi (SD WORX TEAM) 3301.33

3. Rap ​​Kopecky (SD WORX TEAM) 3034.33

4. BALSAMO Elisa (TREK – SEGAFREDO) 2783

5. SUCCESSFUL MARLEN (SD WORX TEAM) 2563

6. LONGO BORGHINI Elisa (TREK – SEGAFREDO) 2501

7. HORSES Martha (FDJ NEW AQUITAINE FUTUROSCOPE) 2249

8. WIEBES Lorena (TEAMDS) 2096

9. MOOLMAN-PASSION Ashleigh (SD WORX TEAM) 2002

10. YOUR Marianne (TEAM JUMBO-VISMA) 1995

Equipment

1. TEAM SD WORX (SDW) 5674

2. TREK – SEGAFREDO (TFS) 3888

3. FDJ NEW-AQUITAINE FUTUROSCOPE (FDJ) 3515

4. MOVISTAR TEAM WOMEN (MOV) 3410

5. TEAM DSM (DSM) 2912

6. UAE TEAM ADQ (UAD) 2751

7. CANYON // SRAM RACING (CSR) 2707

8. VALCAR – TRAVEL AND SERVICE (VAL) 1665

9. JUMBO-VISMA TEAM (JVW) 1364

10. TEAM BIKECHANGE – JAYCO (BEX) 992

nations

1. NETHERLANDS 14435.99

2. ITALY 10484

3. SWITZERLAND 4633

4. BELGIUM 4191.99

5. GERMANY 3572.99

6. DENMARK 3572.99

7. FRANCE 3567

8. GREAT BRITAIN 3232.01

9. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 3034

10. AUSTRALIA 2780

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