Italy at its peak, tenth place before the World Cup. Double overtake, lowered Ganna – OA Sport

Italy continues to immerse itself in the UCI rankingWorld Cycling Union’s weekly ranking. With each update, the status of the Bay Area deteriorates and on the eve of the World Cup, we have reached an all-time low: 10th place with 7007.5 points. The Blues were only eight seven days ago, but now they are Immediately overtaken by Colombia too (octave with 7473) Australia (the ninth with 7165). A dramatic sporting case testifies to the crisis of the entire male sector: This way we will introduce ourselves to the elite race of the World ChampionshipWhich will take place on Sunday 25th September in Wollongong (Australia).

CT Daniele Bennati’s guys don’t seem to have particular ambitions to achieve results in kangaroo land. 10th place is the perfect test of a season in which so little has been won and at the moment it’s hard to see the light at the end of the tunnel. A quick recovery is urgently needed, to continue the climb that seems particularly difficult. As a partial consolation we can say that Switzerland is very far (5,368) and that permanence in the top ten is not in danger at the moment. Belgium remains in the lead, more than 5,000 points behind France, while Spain is third over the Netherlands and Slovenia.

The best Italian in the ranking is Lorenzo Rota, which is only 38. Diego Ulissi 56, Matteo Trentin 64, Giacomo Nizzolo 76. Vincenzo Nibali is on the edge of the top 100, while Filippo Gana couldn’t assert himself as the time world champion and lost up to 62 places (Now she is 141).

Tadej Pogacar is still firmly in the leadership position in the general classification With 601 points, he is ahead of Wout van Aert, while Remco Evenepoel is third, ahead of Jonas Vingegaard. There are some differences: Mathieu van der Poel regains two spots and takes seventh, Biniam Girmay climbs one and ranks ninth, thus Arnaud de Lie is ahead (down by three). Here are the updated UCI bike ratings as of Tuesday, September 20th, The next review is within exactly seven days after the World Cup.

UCI Individual Rating (Top 10)

1 – Tadej Pogakar (Slovenia) 886 4
2. Wout van Aert (Belgium) 4.285
3. Remco Evenepoel (Belgium) 4.167.5
4. Jonas Weinggaard (Denmark) 3.073
5- Alexander Vlasov (Russia): 2,457
6- Primoz Roglic (Slovenia) 2.130.5
7. Mathieu van der Poel (Paesi Bassi) 2.112
8. Stefan Kueng (Switzerland) 2.110
9 – Benyam Germay (Eritrea)
10. Arnaud de Lee (Belgium) 2.081

Italian UCI rating (top 200)

38. Lorenzo Rota 1.206
56. Diego Ulysses 992
64- Mathieu Trentin 871
66. James Nzolo 854
69. Damiano Caruso 831
75- Alessandro Covey 788
78- Fausto Masnada 76768.5
92- Vincenzo Nibali 697
98. Samuel Battistella 666
99. Simone Consone 660
100- Andrea Pasqualon 658
103. Luca Mozzato 642
106- Vincenzo Albanese 610
130- Domenico Pozofevo 524
134- Muhammad Abdul Majeed
141- Filippo Ghana 500.67
149. Andrea Piccolo 470
158. Stefano Oldani 454
161- Matteo Sobrero 443.67
162- Filippo Zana 442
168. Julio Chicon 431
171- Filippo Fiorelli 423
173. Alberto Petitol 417

UCI Country Ranking (Top 10)

1- Belgium 854.5 16
2- France 11398.5
3- Spain 10176.5
5- Netherlands 949.33 9
5- Slovenia 9,870
6. Denmark 8.815
7- Great Britain 8252.5
8- Colombia 7.473
9. Australia 7.165
10. Italy 7.007,5