Pogačar on top of Uci World Tour ranking

Pogačar leads the Uci World Tour ranking with 5,363 points, followed by Wout van Aert and Primož Roglič

Pogačar succeeds compatriot Primož Roglič, winner in 2020. The Slovenian leads the ranking with 5,363 points, followed by Wout van Aert (4,382 points) and Roglič (3,924 points). Winner of the Tour de France for the second year in a row "Pogi", who turned 23 at the end of September, has competed in three other UCI WorldTour stage races this year: he won the UAE Tour, won the Tirreno-Adriatico and finished 3rd in the Basque Country. A couple of weeks before the Tour, he won his home race, the Tour of Slovenia (part of the UCI ProSeries).

In addition to seven stages and four general classifications, Pogačar won two "Monuments": Liege-Bastogne-Liege in the Belgian spring and Il Lombardia in October in Italy. His triumphs take on even greater value in light of the fact that Pogačar is the third rider in history to win the Tour de France and two Monuments in the same season, following Fausto Coppi (1949) and Eddy Merckx (1971 and 1972). Winner of the 2021 UCI Stage Race world ranking ahead of Roglič (who won La Vuelta Ciclista a España for the third consecutive year) and Egan Bernal of Ineos Grenadiers (who won the Giro d'Italia) , Pogačar is also 3rd in the 2021 UCI One Day Race world ranking.

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