Alberto Contador (Astana) is the new leader of the UCI World Ranking after winning the Tour de France.
Contador tops the standings with 482 points. Fellow Spaniard Joaquin Rodriguez (Katusha) sits second with 398, while former points leader Cadel Evans (BMC) is third with 390.
Philippe Gilbert (Omega Pharma-Lotto) held onto fourth place with 304 points, despite not riding the Tour, while Spain’s Luis-Leon Sanchez (Caisse d’Epargne) is fifth with 283 points.
Chris Horner (Team RadioShack) is the top American in the standings, sitting 11th with 216.
Spain continues to lead the nations standings with 1,528 points, almost double the total of second-placed Italy, which has 856 points. Belgium is third with 849 points, Australia fourth with 723 and the United States fifth with 568.
Astana leads the team standings with 884 points. Team Saxo Bank is second with 788 and Team Katusha third with 709. HTC-Columbia is the top American team in the rankings, sitting seventh with 595.