2019 UCI Women's World Tour

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2019 UCI Women's World Tour
Fourth edition of the UCI Women's World Tour
Dates9 March – 22 October 2019
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The 2019 UCI Women's World Tour is a competition that includes twenty-three road cycling events throughout the 2019 women's cycling season. It is the fourth edition of the ranking system launched by the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) in 2016. The competition will begin with the Strade Bianche on 9 March and conclude with the Tour of Guangxi on 22 October.[1]


For the 2019 season the following teams were not listed by the UCI at UCI Women's team level: Alasayl Cycling Team, Cylance Pro Cycling, Experza–Footlogix, S.C. Michela Fanini Rox, Storey Racing, UnitedHealthcare and Wiggle High5.

2018 UCI Women's World Teams
Code Official Team Name Country
ALE Alé–Cipollini  Italy
VAI Aromitalia–Basso Bikes–Vaiano  Italy
ASA Astana  Italy
BPK Bepink  Italy
BPC Biehler Pro Cycling Team  Netherlands
CBT Bigla Pro Cycling  Denmark
BDM Bizkaia–Durango  Spain
DLT Boels–Dolmans  Netherlands
BTC BTC City Ljubljana  Slovenia
LPR Canyon–SRAM  Germany
CCC CCC Liv  Netherlands
CMW Charente–Maritime Women Cycling  France
GPC China Liv Pro Cycling  Hong Kong
CGS Cogeas–Mettler–Look  Russia
CZF Conceria Zabri–Fanini  Albania
DVE Doltcini–Van Eyck  Belgium
DRP Drops  Great Britain
EIC Eneicat  Spain
SBT Eurotarget–Bianchi–Vittoria  Italy
FDJ FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope  France
HBS Hagens Berman–Supermint  United States
HCT Health Mate–Cyclelive Team  Belgium
HPU Hitec Products–Birk Sport  Norway
LSL Lotto–Soudal Ladies  Belgium
LCW Lviv Cycling Team  Ukraine
MAT Massi–Tactic  Spain
MCC Minsk Cycling Club  Belarus
MTS Mitchelton–Scott  Australia
MOV Movistar Team  Spain
PHV Parkhotel Valkenburg  Netherlands
RLW Rally UHC Cycling  United States
SER Servetto–Piumate–Beltrami TSA  Italy
SWT Sopela Women's Team  Spain
SWA Swapit–Agolico  Mexico
TDP Team Dukla Praha  Czech Republic
ILU Team Illuminate  United States
SUN Team Sunweb  Netherlands
TVC Team Virtu Cycling  Denmark
TWC Thailand Women's Cycling Team  Thailand
TIB Tibco–Silicon Valley Bank  United States
TOG Top Girls Fassa Bortolo  Italy
TFS Trek–Segafredo  United States
T20 Sho-Air TWENTY20  United States
VAL Valcar–Cylance  Italy
WNT WNT–Rotor Pro Cycling  Great Britain


For the 2019 season, the calendar consisted of 23 races, down from 24 in 2018.

2019 UCI Women's World Tour
Race Date First Second Third Jersey violet.svg Leader
Italy Strade Bianche 9 March  Annemiek van Vleuten (NED)
 Annika Langvad (DNK)
 Katarzyna Niewiadoma (POL)
 Annemiek van Vleuten (NED)
Netherlands Ronde van Drenthe 17 March  Marta Bastianelli (ITA)
Team Virtu Cycling
 Chantal Blaak (NED)
 Ellen van Dijk (NED)
 Marta Bastianelli (ITA)
Team Virtu Cycling
Italy Trofeo Alfredo Binda-Comune di Cittiglio 24 March
Belgium Three Days of De Panne 28 March
Belgium Gent–Wevelgem 31 March
Belgium Tour of Flanders 7 April
Netherlands Amstel Gold Race 21 April
Belgium La Flèche Wallonne 24 April
Belgium Liège–Bastogne–Liège 28 April
China Tour of Chongming Island 9–11 May
United States Tour of California 16–18 May
Spain Emakumeen Euskal Bira 22–25 May
United Kingdom Ovo Energy Women's Tour 10–15 June
Italy Giro Rosa 5–14 July
France La Course by Le Tour de France 19 July
United Kingdom Prudential RideLondon Classique 3 August
Sweden Postnord UCI WWT Vårgårda WestSweden TTT 16 August
Sweden Postnord UCI WWT Vårgårda WestSweden RR 18 August
Norway Ladies Tour of Norway 22–25 August
France GP de Plouay - Lorient Agglomération Trophée WNT 31 August
Netherlands Holland Ladies Tour 3–8 September
Spain WNT Madrid Challenge by la Vuelta 14–15 September
China Tour of Guangxi Women's WorldTour race 22 October

Points standings[edit]

For the 2019 season, the point-scoring system introduced by the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) in 2018, rewarding the top 40 riders remained in place.


Riders tied with the same number of points were classified by number of victories, then number of second places, third places, and so on, in World Tour events and stages.

Individual rankings ()
Rank Name Team Points
1  Marta Bastianelli (ITA) Jersey violet.svg Team Virtu Cycling 300
2  Annemiek van Vleuten (NED) Mitchelton–Scott 200
3  Chantal Blaak (NED) Boels–Dolmans 185
4  Annika Langvad (DNK) Boels–Dolmans 150
5  Ellen van Dijk (NED) Trek–Segafredo 130
6  Katarzyna Niewiadoma (POL) Canyon–SRAM 125
7  Amy Pieters (NED) Boels–Dolmans 100
8  Marianne Vos (NED) CCC Liv 90
9  Lotte Kopecky (BEL) Lotto–Soudal Ladies 85
10  Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig (DNK) Bigla Pro Cycling 85
11  Amalie Dideriksen (DNK) Boels–Dolmans 70
12  Ashleigh Moolman (RSA) CCC Liv 70
13  Floortje Mackaij (NED) Team Sunweb 60
14  Janneke Ensing (NED) Team Sunweb 53
15  Kirsten Wild (NED) WNT–Rotor Pro Cycling 50
16  Romy Kasper (GER) Alé–Cipollini 43
17  Anna van der Breggen (NED) Boels–Dolmans 40
18  Jip van den Bos (NED) Boels–Dolmans 38
19  Ruth Winder (USA) Trek–Segafredo 30
20  Lucinda Brand (NED) Team Sunweb 30
69 riders have scored points


The top three riders in the final results of each World Tour event's young rider classification received points towards the standings. Six points were awarded to first place, four points to second place and two points to third place.

Youth rankings ()
Rank Name Team Points
1  Sofia Bertizzolo (ITA) UCI Womens World Tour - Youth.png Team Virtu Cycling 6
2  Évita Muzic (FRA) FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope 6
3  Amber van der Hulst (NED) Netherlands (national team) 4
4  Liane Lippert (GER) Team Sunweb 4
5  Ella Harris (NZL) Canyon–SRAM 2
6  Marta Cavalli (ITA) Valcar–Cylance 2


Team rankings were calculated by adding the ranking points of all the riders of a team in the table.[4]

Rank Team Points Scoring riders
1 Boels–Dolmans 589 Blaak (185), Langvad (150), Pieters (100), Dideriksen (70), van der Breggen (40), van den Bos (38), Canuel (3), Buurman (3)
2 Team Virtu Cycling 314 Bastianelli (300), Neylan (5), A. Koster (3), Bertizzolo (3), Kröger (3)
3 Mitchelton–Scott 223 Van Vleuten (200), Roy (15), Kennedy (5), Brown (3)
4 Trek–Segafredo 178 van Dijk (130), Winder (30), Cordon-Ragot (10), Lepistö (5), Wiles (3)
5 Canyon–SRAM 171 Niewiadoma (125), Cromwell (20), A. Barnes (5), A. Ryan (5), Klein (5), Amialiusik (5), Gafinovitz (3), H. Barnes (3)
6 CCC Liv 170 Vos (90), Moolman (70), Korevaar (5), Kuijpers (5)
7 Team Sunweb 146 Mackaij (60), Ensing (53), Brand (30), Lippert (3)
8 Bigla Pro Cycling 100 Uttrup Ludwig (85), Thomas (5), Banks (5), Leth (5)
9 Lotto–Soudal Ladies 93 Kopecky (85), Van de Velde (5), Dom (3)
10 Alé–Cipollini 88 Kasper (43), Yonamine (20), S. Paladin (15), Hosking (10)
11 WNT–Rotor Pro Cycling 65 Wild (50), Koppenburg (5), Brennauer (5), C. Koster (5)
12 Movistar Team 26 Biannic (15), Jasińska (8), Fournier (3)
13 Bepink 25 Guderzo (25)
14 FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope 13 Gillow (5), Kitchen (5), Muzic (3)
15 Aromitalia–Basso Bikes–Vaiano 10 Balducci (5), Leleivytė (5)
16 Valcar–Cylance 8 Confalonieri (5), Cavalli (3)
17 Parkhotel Valkenburg 5 Knetemann (5)
18 BTC City Ljubljana 5 Chursina (5)
19 Tibco–Silicon Valley Bank 5 Jackson (5)
20 Hitec Products–Birk Sport 3 Tagliaferro (3)


  1. ^ https://www.uci.org/road/events/uci-women-worldtour
  2. ^ "Women's WorldTour Ranking – 2019: Individual Ranking (17/03/2019)". UCI Women's World Tour. Union Cycliste Internationale. 17 March 2019. Retrieved 17 March 2019.
  3. ^ "Women's WorldTour Youth Ranking – 2019: (17/03/2019)". UCI Women's World Tour. Union Cycliste Internationale. 17 March 2019. Retrieved 17 March 2019.
  4. ^ "Women's WorldTour Ranking – 2019: Team Ranking (17/03/2019)". UCI Women's World Tour. Union Cycliste Internationale. 17 March 2019. Retrieved 17 March 2019.

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