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 Nairo Quintana (Movistar Team) was confirmed as the 2014 Giro d’Italia champion. Now he leads the World Tour ranking.

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02.06.2014 @ 07:00 Posted by Jesper Johannesen

After his splendid Giro d'Italia victory, Nairo Quintana has moved to the top of the WorldTour rankings, relegating Alberto Contador to second. His Movistar team has closed the gap to Omega Pharma-Quick Step team in the team rankings and is now only a few seconds behind in second. Finally, the great Colombian showing in Italy has moved the South American country into second behind Spain in the nations rankings.

 

Rider ranking
1 Nairo Quintana - Movistar Team 345
2 Alberto Contador - Tinkoff-Saxo 308
3 Simon Gerrans - Orica GreenEDGE 264
4 Alejandro Valverde - Movistar Team 262
5 Fabian Cancellara - Trek Factory Racing  260
6 Michal Kwiatkowski - Omega Pharma - Quick-Step 251
7 Sep Vanmarcke - Belkin-Pro Cycling Team 200
8 Niki Terpstra - Omega Pharma - Quick-Step 200
9 Domenico Pozzovivo - AG2R La Mondiale 196
10 Cadel Evans - BMC Racing Team 187
11 Peter Sagan - Cannondale  183
12 John Degenkolb - Team Giant-Shimano 174
13 Simon Spilak - Team Katusha  167
14 Rui Costa - Lampre-Merida 160
15 Rigoberto Uran - Omega Pharma - Quick-Step 155
16 Alexander Kristoff - Team Katusha  151
17 Christopher Froome - Team Sky 151
18 Jean-Christophe Peraud - AG2R La Mondiale 132
19 Geraint Thomas - Team Sky 125
20 Diego Ulissi - Lampre-Merida 125
21 Fabio Aru - Astana Pro Team 124
22 Tejay van Garderen - BMC Racing Team 117
23 Carlos Betancur - AG2R La Mondiale 114
24 Roman Kreuziger - Tinkoff-Saxo 111
25 Joaquim Rodriguez - Team Katusha  107
26 Philippe Gilbert - BMC Racing Team 103
27 Stijn Vandenbergh - Omega Pharma - Quick-Step 100
28 Pierre Rolland - Team Europcar 98
29 Ben Swift - Team Sky 89
30 Tom-Jelte Slagter - Garmin Sharp 84
31 Zdenek Stybar - Omega Pharma - Quick-Step 83
32 Jakob Fuglsang - Astana Pro Team 83
33 Greg van Avermaet - BMC Racing Team 82
34 Jelle Vanendert - Lotto Belisol  82
35 Robert Kiserlovski - Trek Factory Racing  80
36 Arthur Vichot - FDJ.fr  78
37 Rafal Majka - Tinkoff-Saxo 73
38 Wilco Kelderman - Belkin-Pro Cycling Team 71
39 Julián David Arredondo - Trek Factory Racing  70
40 Nacer Bouhanni - FDJ.fr  69
41 José Joaquín Rojas - Movistar Team 68
42 Romain Bardet - AG2R La Mondiale 68
43 Richie Porte - Team Sky 67
44 Tom Boonen - Omega Pharma - Quick-Step 66
45 Arnaud Demare - FDJ.fr  65
46 Giampaolo Caruso  - Team Katusha  60
47 Daniel Martin - Garmin Sharp 60
48 Juan José Lobato - Movistar Team 60
49 Mark Cavendish - Omega Pharma - Quick-Step 56
50 Nathan Haas - Garmin Sharp 55
51 Bauke Mollema - Belkin-Pro Cycling Team 55
52 Ryder Hesjedal - Garmin Sharp 52
53 Vincenzo Nibali - Astana Pro Team 50
54 Daniel Moreno Fernandez - Team Katusha  44
55 Robert Gesink - Belkin-Pro Cycling Team 42
56 Cyril Gautier - Team Europcar 42
57 Beñat Intxausti - Movistar Team 41
58 Giacomo Nizzolo - Trek Factory Racing  40
59 Michael Rogers - Tinkoff-Saxo 38
60 Luka Mezgec - Team Giant-Shimano 38
61 Simon Geschke - Team Giant-Shimano 34
62 Marcel Kittel - Team Giant-Shimano 34
63 Alexis Vuillermoz - AG2R La Mondiale 32
64 Daryl Impey - Orica GreenEDGE 32
65 Michael Albasini - Orica GreenEDGE 32
66 Andrew Talansky - Garmin Sharp 31
67 Michael Matthews - Orica GreenEDGE 29
68 Tony Gallopin - Lotto Belisol  26
69 Sebastian Langeveld - Garmin Sharp 24
70 Alexandre Geniez - FDJ.fr  22
71 Yuri Trofimov - Team Katusha  21
72 Ion Izagirre - Movistar Team 21
73 Sacha Modolo - Lampre-Merida 20
74 Maxime Monfort - Lotto Belisol  18
75 André Greipel - Lotto Belisol  18
76 Tony Martin - Omega Pharma - Quick-Step 18
77 Pieter Weening - Orica GreenEDGE 16
78 Tim Wellens - Lotto Belisol  16
79 Alexey Tsatevitch - Team Katusha  15
80 Borut Bozic - Astana Pro Team 15
81 Tyler Farrar - Garmin Sharp 15
82 Jesús Herrada - Movistar Team 14
83 Ivan Basso - Cannondale  14
84 Thibaut Pinot - FDJ.fr  14
85 Bradley Wiggins - Team Sky 12
86 Adam Hansen - Lotto Belisol  12
87 Roberto Ferrari - Lampre-Merida 11
88 Peter Velits - BMC Racing Team 10
89 Michele Scarponi - Astana Pro Team 10
90 Enrico Gasparotto - Astana Pro Team 10
91 Wout Poels - Omega Pharma - Quick-Step 10
92 Yauheni Hutarovich - AG2R La Mondiale 10
93 Hubert Dupont - AG2R La Mondiale 10
94 Warren Barguil - Team Giant-Shimano 10
95 Elia Viviani - Cannondale  9
96 Davide Malacarne - Team Europcar 8
97 Dario Cataldo - Team Sky 8
98 Thor Hushovd - BMC Racing Team 7
99 Julian Alaphilippe - Omega Pharma - Quick-Step 7
100 Damiano Cunego - Lampre-Merida 7
101 Jurgen Roelandts - Lotto Belisol  6
102 Moreno Hofland - Belkin-Pro Cycling Team 6
103 Lieuwe Westra - Astana Pro Team 6
104 Adriano Malori - Movistar Team 6
105 Thomas Voeckler - Team Europcar 6
106 Stef Clement - Belkin-Pro Cycling Team 6
107 Tony Hurel - Team Europcar 5
108 Marcus Burghardt - BMC Racing Team 5
109 Bob Jungels - Trek Factory Racing  4
110 Matthew Goss - Orica GreenEDGE 4
111 Egor Silin - Team Katusha  4
112 Mark Renshaw - Omega Pharma - Quick-Step 4
113 Paul Martens - Belkin-Pro Cycling Team 4
114 Kévin Reza - Team Europcar 4
115 Leigh Howard - Orica GreenEDGE 4
116 Tom Veelers - Team Giant-Shimano 4
117 Rohan Dennis - Garmin Sharp 4
118 Mikel Nieve Ituralde - Team Sky 4
119 Angelo Tulik - Team Europcar 4
120 Philip Deignan - Team Sky 4
121 Jay McCarthy  - Tinkoff-Saxo 4
122 Alessandro Petacchi - Omega Pharma - Quick-Step 4
123 Nicolas Roche - Tinkoff-Saxo 3
124 Davide Appollonio - AG2R La Mondiale 3
125 Gianluca Brambilla - Omega Pharma - Quick-Step 2
126 Thomas De Gendt - Omega Pharma - Quick-Step 2
127 Steele Von Hoff - Garmin Sharp 2
128 Jesse Sergent - Trek Factory Racing  2
129 Jan Polanc - Lampre-Merida 2
130 Benjamin King - Garmin Sharp 2
131 Andrew Fenn - Omega Pharma - Quick-Step 2
132 Simon Clarke - Orica GreenEDGE 2
133 Gianni Meersman - Omega Pharma - Quick-Step 2
134 Jan Bakelants - Omega Pharma - Quick-Step 2
135 Samuel Dumoulin - AG2R La Mondiale 2
136 Pieter Serry - Omega Pharma - Quick-Step 2
137 Samuel Sanchez - BMC Racing Team 2
138 Yukiya Arashiro - Team Europcar 2
139 Ramunas Navardauskas - Garmin Sharp 2
140 André Cardoso - Garmin Sharp 2
141 Daniele Ratto - Cannondale  2
142 Brent Bookwalter - BMC Racing Team 1
143 Francesco Gavazzi - Astana Pro Team 1
144 Maxime Bouet - AG2R La Mondiale 1
145 Ivan Santaromita - Orica GreenEDGE 1
146 Matteo Montaguti - AG2R La Mondiale 1
147 Anthony Roux - FDJ.fr  1
148 Damiano Caruso - Cannondale  1
149 Maxim Iglinskiy - Astana Pro Team 1
150 Tosh van der Sande - Lotto Belisol  1
151 Koen de Kort - Team Giant-Shimano 1
152 Bryan Coquard - Team Europcar 1
153 Tom Dumoulin - Team Giant-Shimano 1
154 Jens Voigt - Trek Factory Racing  1

Teams ranking
1 Omega Pharma - Quick-Step Cycling Team  789
2 Movistar Team 776
3 Ag2r La Mondiale 542
4 Tinkoff-Saxo 534
5 Team Katusha  529
6 Bmc Racing Team  499
7 Trek Factory Racing 454
8 Team Sky  444
9 Belkin-Pro Cycling Team 374
10 Orica GreenEDGE 373
11 Lampre-Merida 323
12 Team Giant-Shimano 290
13 Astana Pro Team  282
14 Garmin Sharp  282
15 FDJ.fr  248
16 Cannondale 209
17 Lotto Belisol  160
18 Team Europcar 159


Nations ranking

1 Spain 805
2 Colombia 684
3 Australia 611
4 Belgium 567
5 Italy 555
6 Netherlands 452
7 France 445
8 Great Britain 433
9 Poland 324
10 Switzerland 292
11 Germany 278
12 Slovenia 222
13 Czech Republic 194
14 Slovakia 193
15 United States 166
16 Portugal 162
17 Norway 158
18 Denmark 83
19 Croatia 80
20 Ireland 67
21 Canada 52
22 Russia 40
23 South Africa 32
24 Belarus 10
25 Luxembourg 4
26 Lithuania 2
27 New Zealand 2
28 Japan 2
29 Kazakhstan 1

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