Egan Bernal, the Colombian who rises the most in the UCI ranking

The International Cycling Union released the most recent updates of its different rankings, including the men’s individual. Tadej Pogacar, double Tour de France champion, maintains the lead with 6727.86 points, followed by Remco Evenepoel with 5073.21 and Wout van Aert with 4827. Dane Jonas Vingegaard, current Tour winner and who took the 2023 Dauphiné Critérium, is fourth with 3787.57.

The best Colombian in the UCI ranking is Sergio Andrés Higuita, he occupies box 25 with 1599 points. The Monster moved up one position. In the world top 50 there are also two other runners from Colombia: Santiago Buitrago is 45 with 1208 units and Miguel Ángel López is 48 with 1197. In addition, within the top 100 are also Einer Rubio (71st place with 931 points) and Daniel Felipe Martínez (89th place with 811.29 points).

Egan Bernal, the one who rose the most positions

The Colombian runner who won the most positions it was Egan Bernal of the INEOS Grenadiers. Moved from location 403 to 321 with 253 points. It was a jump of 82 places and all thanks to the good results he is getting before reaching the next Tour de France. At the Dauphiné Critérium he finished twelfth just under 7 minutes behind champion Vingegaard.

Contrary to Egan’s recovery in the rankings, Rigoberto Urán, Esteban Chaves and Fernando Gaviria lost positions. The one that collapsed the most of the three was El Chavito, who fell 50 positions and is now 140.

1. Tadej PogacarUAE TEAM EMIRATES6727.86
2. Remco EvenepoelSOUDAL QUICK-STEP5073.21
25. Sergio HiguitaBORA – HANSGROHE1599
Four. Five. Santiago BuitragoBAHRAIN VICTORIOUS1208
48. Miguel Angel LopezTEAM MEDELLIN – EPM1197
71. Einer RubioMOVISTAR TEAM931
89. Daniel Felipe MartinezINEOS GRENADIERS811.29
119. Rigoberto UránEF EDUCATION – EASYPOST675
137. Juan Sebastian MolanoUAE TEAM EMIRATES588.93
140. Esteban ChavezEF EDUCATION – EASYPOST581
143. Fernando GaviriaMOVISTAR TEAM570
198. Ivan Ramiro SosaMOVISTAR TEAM425
321. Egan BernalINEOS GRENADIERS253

Nairo Quintana, who does not have a team this season after his tramadol case on the 2022 Tour, is in position 690 of this UCI ranking with 95 points. The Boyacá cyclist is not suspended, but he has not been able to find a team in the WorldTour. He recently ruled out running the Vuelta Colombia. At the moment he trains in Europe.

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