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Armstrong now tied in UCI rankings

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.

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.

Results

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