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2015 Final World Tour Standings

Individual

1 – Alejandro Valverde – 675 points

2 – Joaquim Rodriguez – 474 points

3 – Nairo Quintana – 457 points

4 – Alexander Kristoff – 453 points

5 – Fabio Aru – 448 points

6 – Chris Froome – 430 points

7 – Alberto Contador – 407 points

8 – Rui Costa – 324 points

9 – Greg Van Avermaet – 324 points

10 – Thibaut Pinot – 319 points

11 – Richie Porte – 314 points

12 – John Degenkolb – 302 points

13 – Rigoberto Uran – 301 points

14 – Geraint Thomas – 283 points

15 – Tom Dumoulin – 271 points

16 – Simon Spilak – 269 points

17 – Peter Sagan – 257 points

18 – Domenico Pozzovivo – 242 points

19 – Vincenzo Nibali – 232 points

20 – Michael Matthews – 321 points

Teams

1 – Movistar – 1619 points

2 – Katusha – 1614 points

3 – Sky – 1378 points

4 – Etixx-Quick Step – 1158 points

5 – Astana – 1106 points

6 – BMC – 1010 points

7 – Tinkoff-Saxo – 925 points

8 – Orica-GreenEdge – 845 points

9 – Lotto-Soudal – 832 points

10 – Giant-Alpecin – 773 points

11 – AG2R – 617 points

12 – Lampre-Merida – 586 points

13 – Trek Factory Racing – 529 points

14 – FDJ – 499 points

15 – LottoNL-Jumbo – 485 points

16 – Cannondale-Garmin – 390 points

17 – IAM Cycling – 229 points

Nations

1 – Spain – 1945 points

2 – Italy – 1106 points

3 – Colombia – 1099 points

4 – Great Britain – 1041 points

5 – Belgium – 905 points

6 – France – 881 points

7 – Netherlands – 848 points

8 – Australia – 777 points

9 – Germany – 587 points

10 – Norway – 453 points

11 – Poland – 376 points

12 – Portugal – 355 points

13 – Czech Republic – 306 points

14 – Slovenia – 294 points

15 – Switzerland – 270 points

16 – Russia – 257 points

17 – Slovakia – 257 points

18 – U.S.A. – 158 points

19 – Denmark – 111 points

20 – Ireland – 111 points

World Tour standings after the Grand Prix de Montreal

Individual

1 – Alejandro Valverde – 615 points

2 – Joaquim Rodriguez – 474 points

3 – Nairo Quintana – 457 points

4 – Alexander Kristoff – 453 points

5 – Fabio Aru – 448 points

6 – Chris Froome – 430 points

7 – Alberto Contador – 407 points

8 – Rui Costa – 324 points

9 – Greg Van Avermaet – 324 points

10 – Richie Porte – 314 points

Teams

1 – Katusha – 1526 points

2 – Movistar – 1419 – points

3 – Sky – 1254 points

4 – Etixx-QuickStep – 988 points

5 – Tinkoff-Saxo – 925 points

6 – Astana – 916 points

7 – BMC – 810 points

8 – Lotto-Soudal – 702 points

9 – Orica-GreenEdge – 695 points

10 – Giant-Alpecin – 653 points

Nations

1 – Spain – 1833 points

2 – Colombia – 1069 points

3 – Great Britain – 1041 points

4 – Italy – 1006 points

5 – Belgium – 906 points

6 – Netherlands – 848 points

7 – France – 781 points

8 – Australia – 777 points

9 – Germany – 587 points

10 – Norway – 453 points

World Tour standings after the Vattenfall Cyclassics

Individual

1 – Alejandro Valverde – 532 points

2 – Chris Froome – 422 points

3 – Alberto Contador – 407 points

4 – Nairo Quintana – 365 points

5 – Alexander Kristoff – 323 points

6 – Joaquim Rodriguez – 322 points

7 – Greg Van Avermaet – 322 points

8 – Richie Porte – 314 points

9 – Geraint Thomas – 283 points

10 – Rui Costa – 274 points

Teams

1 – Sky – 1246 points

2 – Movistar – 1242 points

3 – Katusha – 1190 points

4 – Etixx-Quick Step – 908 points

5 – Tinkoff-Saxo – 791 points

6 – BMC – 788 points

7 – Astana – 715 points

8 – Lotto-Soudal – 564 points

9 – Orica-GreenEdge – 507 points

10 – AG2R – 501 points

Nations

1 – Spain – 1582 points

2 – Great Britain – 973 points

3 – Colombia – 814 points

4 – Italy – 769 points

5 – France – 757 points

6 – Belgium – 755 points

7 – Australia – 717 points

8 – Netherlands – 693 points

9 – Germany – 550 points

10 – Norway – 323 points

World Tour standings after the Tour de France

Individual

1 – Alejandro Valverde – 482 points

2 – Chris Froome – 422 points

3 – Alberto Contador – 407 points

4 – Nairo Quintana – 365 points

5 – Richie Porte – 314 points

6 – Joaquim Rodriguez – 292 points

7 – Geraint Thomas – 283 points

8 – Rui Costa – 274 points

9 – Simon Spilak – 259 points

10 – John Degenkolb – 265 points

Teams

1 – Sky – 1219 points

2 – Movistar – 1092 points

3 – Katusha – 1038 points

4 – Etixx-Quick Step – 891 points

5 – Tinkoff-Saxo – 777 points

6 – Astana – 663 points

7 – BMC – 568 points

8 – Giant-Alpecin – 482 points

9 – AG2R – 479 points

10 – Orica-GreenEdge – 456 points

Nations

1 – Spain – 1410 points

2 – Great Britain – 903 points

3 – Colombia – 785 points

4 – France – 742 points

5 – Australia – 696 points

6 – Italy – 694 points

7 – Netherlands – 670 points

8 – Germany – 455 points

9 – Belgium – 410 points

10 – Czech Republic – 306 points

World Tour standings after the Tour de Suisse

Individual

1 – Alejandro Valverde – 350 points

2 – Alberto Contador – 307 points

3 – Richie Porte – 304 points

4 – Rui Costa – 274 points

5 – Simon Spilak – 269 points

6 – Geraint Thomas – 267 points

7 – Joaquim Rodriguez – 252 points

8 – Alexander Kristoff – 245 points

9 – John Degenkolb – 233 points

10 –Fabio Aru – 212 points

Teams

1 – Katusha – 980 points

2 – Sky – 955 points

3 – Etixx-QuickStep – 861 points

4 – Movistar – 784 points

5 – Tinkoff-Saxo – 575 points

6 – Astana – 553 points

7 – BMC – 522 points

8 – Orica-GreenEdge – 456 points

9 – Lampre-Merida – 440 points

10 – Giant-Alpecin – 402 points

Nations

1 – Spain – 1138 points

2 – Australia – 666 points

3 – Great Britain – 629 points

4 – Italy – 607 points

5 – Colombia – 599 points

6 – France – 589 points

7 – Netherlands – 562 points

8 – Belgium – 384 points

9 – Slovenia – 293 points

10 – Germany – 279 points

World Tour standings after the Giro d’Italia

Individual

1 – Alejandro Valverde – 338 points

2 – Alberto Contador – 307 points

3 – Richie Porte – 304 points

4 – Alexander Kristoff – 237 points

5 – John Degenkolb – 234 points

6 – Joaquim Rodriguez – 230 points

7 – Fabio Aru – 212 points

8 – Rigoberto Uran – 209 points

9 – Rui Costa – 196 points

10 – Michal Kwiatkowski – 195 points

Teams

1 – Etixx-Quick Step – 861 points

2 – Katusha – 844 points

3 – Sky – 758 points

4 – Movistar – 743 points

5 – Astana – 553 points

6 – Tinkoff-Saxo – 550 points

7 – BMC – 463 points

8 – Orica-GreenEdge – 394 points

9 – Lampre-Merida – 354 points

10 – Giant-Alpecin – 314 points

Nations

1 – Spain – 1096 points

2 – Australia – 660 points

3 – Colombia – 583 points

4 – Italy – 553 points

5 – Netherlands – 479 points

6 – France – 473 points

7 – Belgium – 376 points

8 – Great Britain – 376 points

9 – Germany – 278 points

10 – Czech Republic – 276 points

World Tour standings after the Tour de Romandie

Individual

1 – Alejandro Valverde – 338 points

2 – Richie Porte – 303 points

3 – Alexander Kristoff – 237 points

4 – John Degenkolb – 232 points

5 – Joaquim Rodriguez – 230 points

6 – Rui Costa – 196 points

7 – Michal Kwiatkowski – 195 points

8 – Nairo Quintana – 189 points

9 – Geraint Thomas – 184 points

10 – Rigoberto Uran – 183 points

Teams

1 – Etixx-Quick Step – 835 points

2 – Katusha – 828 points

3 – Sky – 723 points

4 – Movistar – 684 points

5 – BMC – 411 points

6 – Orica-GreenEdge – 378 points

7 – Tinkoff-Saxo – 357 points

8 – Lampre-Merida – 319 points

9 – Giant-Alpecin – 302 points

10 – Astana – 241 points

Nations

1 – Spain – 807 points

2 – Australia – 639 points

3 – Colombia – 547 points

4 – France – 452 points

5 – Netherlands – 435 points

6 – Italy – 379 points

7 – Belgium – 376 points

8 – Great Britain – 376 points

9 – Germany – 248 points

10 – Norway – 237 points

World Tour standings after Paris-Roubaix

Individual

1 – Richie Porte – 303 points

2 – Alexander Kristoff – 237 points

3 – John Degenkolb – 232 points

4 – Geraint Thomas – 184 points

5 – Nairo Quintana – 168 points

6 – Zdenek Stybar – 152 points

7 – Greg Van Avermaet – 148 points

8 – Niki Terpstra – 140 points

9 – Domenico Pozzovivo – 136 points

10 – Peter Sagan – 136 points

Teams

1 – Sky – 629 points

2 – Etixx-Quick Step – 590 points

3 – Katusha – 527 points

4 – Movistar – 423 points

5 – BMC – 380 points

6 – Giant-Alpecin – 302 points

7 – Tinkoff-Saxo – 278 points

8 – Orica-GreenEdge – 236 points

9 – Astana – 221 points

10 – Lampre-Merida – 217 points

Nations

1 – Australia – 588 points

2 – Spain – 457 points

3 – Netherlands – 435 points

4 – Colombia – 428 points

5 – Italy – 359 points

6 – Belgium – 346 points

7 – Great Britain – 266 points

8 – Germany – 241 points

9 – Norway – 237 points

10 – Czech Republic – 156 points

World Tour standings after Tirreno-Adriatico

Individual

1 – Richie Porte – 198 points

2 – Rohan Dennis – 114 points

3 – Nairo Quintana – 106 points

4 – Michal Kwiatkowski – 89 points

5 – Bauke Mollema – 84 points

6 – Simon Spilak – 78 points

7 – Cadel Evans – 76 points

8 – Rigoberto Uran – 75 points

9 – Rui Costa – 64 points

10 – Tom Dumoulin – 64 points

Teams

1 – Sky – 290 points

2 – Movistar – 206 points

3 – Etixx-Quick Step – 170 points

4 – BMC – 123 points

5 – Trek Factory Racing – 98 points

6 – Lampre-Merida – 97 points

7 – Katusha – 91 points

8 – Tinkoff-Saxo – 72 points

9 – Lotto-Soudal – 66 points

10 – Giant-Alpecin – 66 points

Nations

1 – Australia – 403 points

2 – Colombia – 391 points

3 – Netherlands – 189 points

4 – Spain – 162 points

5 – France – 112 points

6 – Poland – 91 points

7 – Italy – 84 points

8 – Slovenia – 78 points

9 – Great Britain – 64 points

10 – Portugal – 64 points

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