Road

UCI World Rankings, March 14, 2011

1. Tony Martin, HTC -Highroad, with 108 points 2. Cameron Meyer, Team Garmin-Cervelo, with 106 points 3. Harley Goss Matthew, HTC -Highroad, with 103 points 4. Andreas KlÖden, Team Radioshack, with 88 points

Individual

  • 1. Tony Martin, HTC -Highroad, with 108 points
  • 2. Cameron Meyer, Team Garmin-Cervelo, with 106 points
  • 3. Harley Goss Matthew, HTC -Highroad, with 103 points
  • 4. Andreas KlÖden, Team Radioshack, with 88 points
  • 5. Ben Swift, Sky Procycling, with 82 points
  • 6. Bradley Wiggins, Sky Procycling, with 74 points
  • 7. Michael Matthews, Rabobank Cycling Team, with 70 points
  • 8. Samuel Sanchez Gonzalez, Euskaltel-Euskadi, with 59 points
  • 9. Laurens Ten Dam, Rabobank Cycling Team, with 52 points
  • 10. Francisco José Ventoso Alberdi, Movistar Team, with 46 points
  • 11. Jean-christophe Peraud, Ag2r La Mondiale, with 41 point
  • 12. André Greipel, Omega Pharma-Lotto, with 38 points
  • 13. Janez Brajkovic, Team Radioshack, with 30 points
  • 14. Levi Leipheimer, Team Radioshack, with 20 points
  • 15. Biel Kadri, Ag2r La Mondiale, with 20 points
  • 16. Thomas De Gendt, Vacansoleil-Dcm Pro Cycling Team, with 12 points
  • 17. Greg Henderson, Sky Procycling, with 11 point
  • 18. Bauke Mollema, Rabobank Cycling Team, with 10 points
  • 19. Allan Davis, Pro Team Astana, with 10 points
  • 20. Heinrich Haussler, Team Garmin-Cervelo, with 8 points
  • 21. Rémy Di Gregorio, Pro Team Astana, with 7 points
  • 22. Robbie Mcewen, Team Radioshack, with 7 points
  • 23. Maxime Monfort, Leopard Trek, with 4 points
  • 24. Diego Ulissi, Lampre – Isd, with 4 points
  • 25. Denis Galimzyanov, Katusha Team, with 4 points
  • 26. Matteo Carrara, Vacansoleil-Dcm Pro Cycling Team, with 2 points
  • 27. Jose Joaquin Rojas Gil, Movistar Team, with 2 points
  • 28. Richie Porte, Saxo Bank Sungard, with 2 points
  • 29. Rigoberto Uran Uran, Sky Procycling, with 2 points
  • 30. Peter Sagan, Liquigas-Cannondale, with 2 points
  • 31. Graeme Brown, Rabobank Cycling Team, with 2 points
  • 32. Simon Gerrans, Sky Procycling, with 1 point
  • 33. David Lopez Garcia, Movistar Team, with 1 point
  • 34. Jurgen Roelandts, Omega Pharma-Lotto, with 1 point
  • 35. Geraint Thomas, Sky Procycling, with 1 point
  • 36. Romain Feillu, Vacansoleil-Dcm Pro Cycling Team, with 1 point
  • 37. Elia Viviani, Liquigas-Cannondale, with 1 point
  • 38. Matthew Wilson, Team Garmin-Cervelo, with 1 point
  • 39. José Haedo Juan, Saxo Bank Sungard, with 1 point
  • 40. Christopher Sutton, Sky Procycling, with 1 point

Nation

  • 1. Australia, with 297 points
  • 2. Germany, with 234 points
  • 3. Great Britain, with 157 points
  • 4. Spain, with 108 points
  • 5. France, with 69 points
  • 6. Netherlands, with 62 points
  • 7. Slovenia, with 30 points
  • 8. United States, with 20 points
  • 9. Belgium, with 17 points
  • 10. New Zealand, with 11 point
  • 11. Italy, with 7 points
  • 12. Russia, with 4 points
  • 13. Colombia, with 2 points
  • 14. Slovakia, with 2 points
  • 15. Argentina, with 1 point

Team

  • 1. HTC -Highroad, with 211 point
  • 2. Sky Procycling, with 170 points
  • 3. Team Radioshack, with 145 points
  • 4. Rabobank Cycling Team, with 134 points
  • 5. Team Garmin-Cervelo, with 115 points
  • 6. Ag2r La Mondiale, with 61 point
  • 7. Euskaltel-Euskadi, with 59 points
  • 8. Movistar Team, with 49 points
  • 9. Omega Pharma-Lotto, with 39 points
  • 10. Pro Team Astana, with 17 points
  • 11. Vacansoleil-Dcm Pro Cycling Team, with 15 points
  • 12. Leopard Trek, with 4 points
  • 13. Lampre – Isd, with 4 points
  • 14. Katusha Team, with 4 points
  • 15. Saxo Bank Sungard, with 3 points
  • 16. Liquigas-Cannondale, with 3 points