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By VeloNews Interactive
Lance Armstrong’s decision to skip the Classica San Sebastian has cost him more than a shot at the World Cup title. With the release of the latest UCI road rankings, Armstrong’s hold on the top spot is also slipping. The three-time Tour de France winner, who was alone at the top, is now in a dead heat with Italian Davide Rebellin, who finished third at the World Cup race in Spain. Click on the results icon below to see the rankings.
UCI men’s road rankings; (at August 12, 2001); 1. Lance Armstrong (USA), 2154 points; 1. Davide Rebellin (I), 2154; 3. Jan Ullrich (G), 1900; 4. Gilberto Simoni (I), 1819; 5. Francesco Casagrande (I), 1818; 6. Erik Zabel (G), 1812; 7. Raimondas Rumsas (Lit), 1642; 8. Michele Bartoli (I), 1604.20; 9. Romans Vainsteins (Lat), 1535; 10. Michael Boogerd (Nl), 1478; Others; 11. Dario Frigo (I), 1473; 12. Roberto Heras (Sp), 1390; 13. Erik Dekker (Nl), 1338; 14. Laurent Jalabert (F), 1217; 20. Joseba Beloki (Sp), 975; 21. Pavel Tonkov (Rus), 955; 43. Mario Cipollini (I), 737; 44. George Hincapie (USA), 727; 113. Fred Rodriguez (USA), 428; 135. Tyler Hamilton (USA), 388