List of UCI ProTour records

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This is a list of records of the UCI ProTour cycling competition. Bold entries indicate the record-holder is still a professional cyclist. Updated at the end of 2007 UCI ProTour.

Most[edit]

Most UCI ProTour Championships[edit]

Cyclist Country Wins
1 Alejandro Valverde  Spain 2 (2006, 2008)
2 Danilo di Luca  Italy 1 (2005)
3 Cadel Evans  Australia 1 (2007)

Most UCI ProTour points (career)[edit]

Cyclist Country Points
1 Alejandro Valverde  Spain 562
2 Cadel Evans  Australia 508
3 Davide Rebellin  Italy 420
4 Samuel Sánchez  Spain 413
5 Tom Boonen  Belgium 412

Most UCI ProTour points (single season)[edit]

Cyclist Country Points
1 Alejandro Valverde  Spain 285 (2006)
2 Cadel Evans  Australia 247 (2007)
3 Danilo di Luca  Italy 229 (2005)

Most UCI ProTour victories[edit]

Cyclist Country Victories
1 Alessandro Petacchi  Italy 24
2 Robbie McEwen  Australia 19
3 Tom Boonen  Belgium 17

Most UCI ProTour victories in one season[edit]

Cyclist Country Victories
1 Alessandro Petacchi  Italy 15 (2005)
2 Tom Boonen  Belgium 8 (2006)
Alessandro Petacchi  Italy 8 (2007)

Youngest and oldest[edit]

Oldest UCI ProTour Champion[edit]

Cyclist Country Age
1 Cadel Evans  Australia 30 years, 249 days (2007)
2 Danilo di Luca  Italy 29 years, 273 days (2005)
3 Alejandro Valverde  Spain 26 years, 159 days (2006)

Youngest UCI ProTour Champion[edit]

Cyclist Country Age
1 Alejandro Valverde  Spain 26 years, 159 days (2006)
2 Danilo di Luca  Italy 29 years, 273 days (2005)
3 Cadel Evans  Australia 30 years, 249 days (2007)

Oldest winner of a UCI ProTour race[edit]

Cyclist Country Age
1 Jens Voigt  Germany 35 years, 325 days (2007 Deutschland Tour)
2 Davide Rebellin  Italy 35 years, 259 days (2007 La Flèche Wallonne)
3 Erik Zabel  Germany 35 years, 124 days (2005 Paris–Tours)

Youngest winner of a UCI ProTour race[edit]

Cyclist Country Age
1 Thomas Dekker  Netherlands 21 years, 220 days (2006 Tirreno–Adriatico)
2 Vincenzo Nibali  Italy 21 years, 286 days (2006 GP Ouest France-Plouay)
3 Marcus Burghardt  Germany 23 years, 285 days (2007 Gent–Wevelgem)

Oldest winner of a UCI ProTour stage[edit]

Cyclist Country Age
1 Erik Zabel  Germany 37 years, 63 days (2007 Vuelta a España)
2 Cédric Vasseur  France 36 years, 334 days (2007 Tour de France)
3 Roberto Laiseka  Spain 36 years, 81 days (2005 Vuelta a España)

Youngest winner of a UCI ProTour stage[edit]

Cyclist Country Age
1 Gerald Ciolek  Germany 19 years, 319 days (2006 Deutschland Tour)
2 Rigoberto Urán  Colombia 20 years, 148 days (2007 Tour de Suisse)
3 Thomas Dekker  Netherlands 21 years, 12 days (2005 Tour de Pologne)
  • In the list of youngest and oldest winners, only first or last victory is shown.

Most wins[edit]

Most Wins in UCI ProTour races[edit]

Cyclist Country Victories
1 Danilo di Luca  Italy 5
2 Tom Boonen  Belgium 4
3 Paolo Bettini  Italy 3
Óscar Freire  Spain 3
Stefan Schumacher  Germany 3

Most wins in a UCI ProTour race[edit]

Cyclist Country Wins
1 Tom Boonen  Belgium 2 (Tour of Flanders)
Paolo Bettini  Italy 2 (Giro di Lombardia)
Jens Voigt  Germany 2 (Deutschland Tour)

Most wins in UCI ProTour races (teams)[edit]

Team Total wins Grand Tours Shorter stageraces One-day races Team time trials
1 Team CSC 10 1 4 3 2
2 Quick Step-Innergetic 8 0 0 8 0
3 Liquigas 7 1 1 5 0
Gerolsteiner 7 0 4 2 1

Most stage wins in UCI ProTour races (teams)[edit]

Team Total wins Grand Tours Shorter stageraces
1 Team CSC 32 15 19
2 Rabobank 31 14 17
3 Quick Step-Innergetic 30 13 17
  • All 22 teams which have been part of UCI ProTour have won at least one stage. Additionally 13 wildcard teams have won the stage. This includes AG2R Prévoyance and Unibet.com, which won the stage as a wildcard, and have later on granted UCI ProTour license.
  • Note: Some teams may have changed name since the start of UCI ProTour