Cycling Review June

June is a busy month in pro cycling but is mainly the calm before the storm that is the Tour de France for men and the Giro Rosa for women.  There are also all the national championships that mean every country gets a couple of winners this month!

 

Men – June

  • Races
    • World Tour – 2
    • Stage Races – 22
    • Stages – 104
    • One-day – 100
  • Individuals
    • Overall wins – Multiple riders with 3
    • One-day wins – Multiple riders with 2
    • Stage wins – Malucelli with 2
    • Days in lead of a stage race – De Gent with 5
    • Distance won – Demare with 620km
  • Teams
    • Overall wins – Bora – Hansgrohe with 10
    • One-day wins – Bora – Hansgrohe with 6
    • Stage wins – Multiple teams with 6
    • Days in lead of a stage race – Multiple teams with 10
    • Distance won – Bora – Hansgrohe  with 1653.9km
  • Countries
    • Overall wins – Multiple countries with 15
    • One-day wins – Belgium with 7
    • Stage wins – France with 12
    • Days in lead of a stage race – Multiple countries with 11
    • Distance won – Belgium with 2209km
  • Rider of the month – Demare with his impressive victories, including in the Criterium and French Nationals

Women – June

  • Races
    • World Tour – 1
    • Stage Races – 1
    • Stages – 6
    • One-day – 74
  • Individuals
    • Overall wins – Noskova with 3
    • One-day wins – Noskova with 3
    • Stage wins – Multiple riders with 1
    • Days in lead of a stage race – Niewiadoma with 3
    • Distance won – Noskova with 220km
  • Teams
    • Overall wins – Boels-Dolmans with 7
    • One-day wins – Multiple teams with 5
    • Stage wins – Boels-Dolmans with 2
    • Days in lead of a stage race – WM3 Energie with 4
    • Distance won – Boels-Dolmasn with 447km
  • Countries
    • Overall wins – Multiple countries with 4
    • One-day wins – Multiple countries with 3
    • Stage wins – Australia with 2
    • Days in lead of a stage race – Poland with 4
    • Distance won – Netherlands with 434
  • Rider of the month – Niewiadoma with her Tour of Britain win

Men – Season So Far

  • Individuals
    • Overall wins – Multiple riders with 8
    • One-day wins – Van Avermaet with 4
    • Stage wins – Gaviria with 8
    • Stage race wins – Multiple riders with 3
    • Days in lead of a stage race – Dumoulin with 9
    • Distance won – Valverde with 1449.4km
    • Points jerseys – Multiple riders with 3
    • Climbers jerseys – Multiple riders with 2
    • Young riders jerseys – Bernal with 4
    • Time trial wins – Dennis with 4
  • Teams
    • Overall wins – Quick-Step Floors with 33
    • One-day wins – BMC Racing with 10
    • Stage wins – Quick-Step Floors with 25
    • Stage race wins – Multiple teams with 6
    • Days in lead of a stage race – BMC Racing with 28
    • Distance won – Quick-Step Floors with 5339.5
    • Points jerseys – Multiple teams with 4
    • Climbers jerseys – Manzana Postobon with 5
    • Young riders jerseys – Multiple teams with 4
    • Team Time Trial wins – BMC Racing with 3
    • Team classification wins – Movistar with 6
  • Countries
    • Overall wins – France with 78
    • One-day wins – Italy with 21
    • Stage wins – France with 60
    • Stage race wins – Multiple countries with 11
    • Days in lead of a stage race – France with 47
    • Distance won – France with 12106.54km
    • Points jerseys – France with 10
    • Climbers jerseys – France with 8
    • Young riders jerseys – Colombia with 10
  • Rider of the season so far – A hard choice between Valverde, Van Avermaet and Dumoulin – a tie I think

Women – Season So Far

  • Individuals
    • Overall wins – D’Hoore with 6
    • One-day wins – Lepisto with 4
    • Stage wins – Multiple riders with 3
    • Stage race wins – Multiple riders with 1
    • Days in lead of a stage race – Multiple riders with 5
    • Distance won – D’Hoore with 652.8km
    • Points jerseys – Majerus with 2
    • Climbers jerseys – Hall with 2
    • Young riders jerseys – Klein with 2
    • Time trial wins – Moolman with 2
  • Teams
    • Overall wins – Boels-Dolmans with 17
    • One-day wins – Multiple teams with 5
    • Stage wins – Boels-Dolmans with 7
    • Stage race wins – Multiple teams with 2
    • Days in lead of a stage race – United Healthcare with 9
    • Distance won – Boels-Dolmans with 1536.4km
    • Points jerseys – Boels-Dolmans with 2
    • Climbers jerseys – Multiple teams with 2
    • Young riders jerseys – Cervelo-Bigla with 3
    • Team Time Trial wins – Boels-Dolmans with 2
    • Team classification wins – Multiple teams with 2
  • Countries
    • Overall wins – Netherlands with 23
    • One-day wins – Netherlands with 14
    • Stage wins – USA with 11
    • Stage race wins – Netherlands with 3
    • Days in lead of a stage race – Multiple countries with 10
    • Distance won – Netherlands with 2382.1km
    • Points jerseys – Multiple countries with 2
    • Climbers jerseys – USA with 2
    • Young riders jerseys – USA with 3
  • Rider of the season so far – Still Anna Van Der Breegan for her Ardennes triple
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