Cycling records and statistics

For if you have any cycling statistics to share.

I will start this thread with the CQ Ranking Top 100 (only points from 1999 and onward are counted).

Right before RVV

1. Alejandro Valverde 19.433
2. Davide Rebellin 17.992
3. Erik Zabel 16.558
4. Tom Boonen 15.537
5. Cadel Evans 15.429
6. Paolo Bettini 14.704
7. Fabian Cancellara 14.629
8. Joaquim Rodriguez 14.553
9. Philippe Gilbert 13.807
10. Oscar Freire 13.777
11. Alessandro Petacchi 13.302
12. Damiano Cunego 13.089
13. Lance Armstrong 12.965
14. Alberto Contador 12.924
15. Samuel Sanchez 12.917
16. Robbie Mcewen 12.262
17. Alexandre Vinokourov 12.128
18. Danilo Di Luca 11.626
19. Vincenzo Nibali 11.488
20. Thor Hushovd 11.367
21. Jens Voigt 11.106
22. Ivan Basso 10.877
23. Levi Leipheimer 10.801
24. Denis Menchov 9.865
25. Gilberto Simoni 9.812
26. Sylvain Chavanel 9.767
27. Mark Cavendish 9.674
28. Michael Boogerd 9.480
29. Fränk Schleck 9.476
30. André Greipel 9.445
31. Stefano Garzelli 9.418
32. Jan Ullrich 8.827
33. Stuart O'Grady 8.762
34. Michael Rogers 8.688
35. Filippo Pozzato 8.460
36. George Hincapie 8.311
37. Thomas Voeckler 8.300
38. Francesco Casagrande 8.182
39. Andreas Klöden 8.170
40. Edvald Boasson Hagen 8.132
41. Francisco Mancebo 8.098
42. Roberto Heras 8.080
43. Carlos Sastre 8.079
44. Peter Sagan 8.054
45. Michele Scarponi 7.976
46. Daniele Bennati 7.746
47. Luca Paolini 7.414
48. Robert Gesink 7.371
49. Christope Moreau 7.345
50. Franco Pellizotti 7.168
51. Tony Martin 7.109
52. Luis Leon Sanchez 7.069
53. Giovanni Visconti 6.827
54. Juan Antonio Flecha 6.802
55. Erik Dekker 6.756
56. Greg Van Avermaet 6.756
57. David Moncoutie 6.688
58. Bradley Wiggins 6.598
59. Fabian Wegmann 6.558
60. Oscar Sevilla 6.500
61. Chris Horner 6.444
62. Alessandro Ballan 6.422
63. Jaan Kirsipuu 6.222
64. David Millar 6.210
65. Danilo Hondo 6.166
66. Daniel Moreno 6.157
67. Allan Davis 6.147
68. Laurent Jalabert 6.139
69. Kim Kirchen 6.122
70. Haimar Zubeldia 6.065
71. Roman Kreuziger 6.037
72. Simon Gerrans 5.984
73. Rinaldo Nocentini 5.973
74. Andy Schleck 5.888
75. Serhiy Honchar 5.876
76. Pierrick Fedrigo 5.870
77. Tyler Farrar 5.870
78. Jose Joaquin Rojas 5.851
79. Chris Froome 5.791
80. Laurent Brochard 5.713
81. Alexandr Kolobnev 5.681
82. Baden Cooke 5.680
83. Dario Frigo 5.648
84. Marcus Zberg 5.642
85. Leonardo Piepoli 5.631
86. Stefan Van Dijk 5.599
87. Paolo Savoldelli 5.555
88. Mirko Celestino 5.504
89. Michele Bartoli 5.382
90. Luca Mazzanti 5.353
91. Rui Costa 5.337
92. Peter Van Petegem 5.307
93. Jose Ivan Gutierrez 5.293
94. Martin Elmiger 5.236
95. Niko Eeckhout 5.195
96. Stefan Schumacher 5.167
97. Serguei Ivanov 5.165
98. Romans Vainsteins 5.134
99. Janez Brajkovic 5.019
100. Matti Breschel 5.019
 
The CQranking Top 100 by total score of the cyclist's 3 best years

1. Alejandro Valverde 7.625
2. Joaquim Rodriguez 7.520
3. Tom Boonen 6.834
4. Philippe Gilbert 6.743
5. Vincenzo Nibali 6.685
6. Erik Zabel 6.481
7. Alberto Contador 6.424
8. Peter Sagan 6.232
9. Paolo Bettini 5.957
10. Cadel Evans 5.848
11. Lance Armstrong 5.730
12. Damiano Cunego 5.495
13. Davide Rebellin 5.457
14. Alessandro Petacchi 5.439
15. Laurent Jalabert 5.194
16. Francesco Casagrande 5.182
17. Mark Cavendish 5.045
18. Robbie Mcewen 5.035
19. Danilo Di Luca 5.013
20. Samuel Sanchez 5.004
21. Chris Froome 4.972
22. Fabian Cancellara 4.935
23. Bradley Wiggins 4.796
24. Jan Ullrich 4.792
25. Edvald Boasson Hagen 4.787
26. Gilberto Simoni 4.740
27. Oscar Freire 4.700
28. André Greipel 4.690
29. Roberto Heras 4.672
30. Michael Boogerd 4.534
31. Tony Martin 4.531
32. Alexandre Vinokourov 4.375
33. Ivan Basso 4.258
34. Levi Leipheimer 4.238
35. Romans Vainsteins 4.212
36. Fränk Schleck 4.196
37. Michele Scarponi 4.174
38. Thor Hushovd 4.053
39. Erik Dekker 4.031
40. Denis Menchov 4.005
41. Tyler Farrar 3.985
42. Rui Costa 3.896
43. Luis Leon Sanchez 3.858
44. Andy Schleck 3.84
45. Thomas Voeckler 3.824
46. Jens Voigt 3.798
47. Kim Kirchen 3.787
48. Dario Frigo 3.745
49. Alessandro Ballan 3.708
50. Robert Gesink 3.672
51. Greg Van Avermaet 3.631
52. Stuart O’Grady 3.595
53. John Degenkolb 3.593
54. Mario Cipollini 3.566
55. Francisco Mancebo 3.468
56. Giovanni Visconti 3.445
57. Sylvain Chavanel 3.413
58. Carlos Sastre 3.406
59. Michele Bartoli 3.370
60. Joseba Beloki 3.337
61. Daniel Moreno 3.331
62. Daniele Bennati 3.255
63. Daniel Martin 3.233
64. Andrei Tchmil 3.226
65. Oscar Sevilla 3.215
66. Stefano Garzelli 3.206
67. Filippo Pozzato 3.196
68. Bauke Mollema 3.195
69. Tyler Hamilton 3.174
70. Wladimir Belli 3.172
71. Jaan Kirsipuu 3.159
72. Jose Joaquin Rojas 3.136
73. Stefan Schumacher 3.073
74. Michael Rogers 3.072
75. Danilo Hondo 3.060
76. Igor Gonzalez De Galdeano 3.046
77. Iban Mayo 3.017
78. Andreas Klöden 3.011
79. George Hincapie 2.983
80. Abraham Olano 2.978
81. Marcel Kittel 2.934
82. Ryder Hesjedal 2.929
83. Chris Horner 2.916
84. Roman Kreuziger 2.914
85. Allan Davis 2.907
86. Richie Porte 2.899
87. Paolo Savoldelli 2.899
88. Matti Breschel 2.888
89. Peter Van Petegem 2.863
90. Simon Gerrans 2.809
91. Franco Pellizotti 2.770
92. Laurent Brochard 2.768
93. Baden Cooke 2.755
94. Niki Terpstra 2.734
95. David Millar 2.732
96. Marco Marcato 2.719
97. Christophe Moreau 2.697
98. Domenico Pozzovivo 2.689
99. Serhiy Honchar 2.684
100. Alex Zülle 2.670
 
Riders who have worn all three GT leader's jerseys:

"Rider Name" "Giro jerseys"/"Tour jerseys"/"Vuelta jerseys" = "total sum of jerseys"

Active riders in bold.

Merckx 77/96/9 = 182
Hinault 31/75/15 = 121
Anquetil 42/50/15 = 107
Indurain 29/59/4 = 92
Froome 3/59/20 = 82
Contador 36/17/26 = 79
Zülle 12/4/48 = 64
Moser 50/6/7 = 63
Nibali 18/19/20 = 57
Gimondi 20/18/4 = 42
Jalabert 8/4/24 = 36
Maertens 5/9/20 = 34
Thurau 1/15/7 = 23
Wiggins 1/14/4 = 19
Evans 6/8/1 = 15
Van Looy 1/1/11 = 13
Van Steenbergen 8/2/1 = 11
Marie 2/7/1 = 10
McGee 2/3/4 = 9
Aru 1/2/6 = 9
Millar 2/3/3 = 8
Cavendish 4/1/2 = 7
Dennis 4/1/1 = 6
 
RedheadDane said:
Double citizenship, or did he change it?
From Danish wiki:

Andrei Tchmil (født 22. januar 1963), er en tidligere belgisk landevejscykelrytter. Han blev født i Sovjetunionen i 1963, men flyttede sammen med sin familie til Ukraine nogen år senere. Han skiftede statsborgerskab til ukrainsk efter at Sovjetunionen faldt, men skiftede det endnu en gang, denne gang til til belgisk, tidligt i hans professionelle cykelkarriere.
 
SafeBet said:
Netserk, I think you had a topic last year mentioning every rider with a top10 in all 3 gts. Can you find it?
Yep, I have it bookmarked ;) Only Nibali will change status after this Tour. Nothing changed after the Giro this year. Quintana will probably join it after the Vuelta.

BTW the criteria is top-10 in all three, with one of them being a podium. Three 10th places ain't enough.

Giro, Tour, Vuelta - Name (non-podium finish in bold) (active riders in bold)

1st, 1st, 1st - Froome
1st, 1st, 1st - Nibali
1st, 1st, 1st - Contador
1st, 1st, 1st - Hinault
1st, 1st, 1st - Merckx
1st, 1st, 1st - Anquetil
1st, 1st, 1st - Gimondi

1st, 1st, 2nd - Indurain
1st, 2nd, 1st - Rominger
1st, 2nd, 1st - Quintana
1st, 1st, 3rd - Fignon
1st, 3rd, 1st - Menchov
2nd, 3rd, 1st - Fuente
3rd, 1st, 3rd - Evans
3rd, 3rd, 1st - Valverde
2nd, 2nd, 3rd - Van Springel
2nd, 3rd, 2nd - Purito

4th, 1st, 2nd - Sastre
1st, 2nd, 4th - Basso
2nd, 4th, 1st - Olano
1st, 6th, 1st - Battaglin
2nd, 5th, 1st - Aru
2nd, 4th, 2nd - Millar
2nd, 4th, 2nd - Galdós
7th, 1st, 1st - Delgado
4th, 4th, 1st - Jalabert
4th, 2nd, 3rd - Géminiani
3rd, 4th, 2nd - Fornara
1st, 7th, 2nd - Pollentier
6th, 3rd, 1st - Vino
5th, 3rd, 2nd - Pérez Francés
4th, 5th, 1st - Lejarreta
1st, 1st, 9th - Nencini
6th, 3rd, 2nd - Leipheimer
4th, 2nd, 5th - Jiménez Muñoz
5th, 5th, 1st - Heras
2nd, 2nd, 8th - Ugrumov
2nd, 3rd, 7th - Breukink
4th, 3rd, 5th - López Carril
7th, 5th, 1st - Jesús Loroño
8th, 3rd, 2nd - Escartin
8th, 5th, 1st - Herrera
4th, 3rd, 7th - Pinot
6th, 3rd, 5th - Rumšas
3rd, 10th, 2nd - Fernández Blanco
2nd, 6th, 7th - Casagrande
7th, 5th, 3rd - Criquielion
1st, 10th, 5th - Adorni
8th, 7th, 1st - Gabica
7th, 6th, 3rd - Impanis
7th, 1st, 9th - Aimar
4th, 10th, 3rd - Van Looy
1st, 7th, 10th - Moser
10th, 8th, 2nd - Muñóz Machín
 
Ji Cheng is set to be the first rider since 1955 to finish the tour more than five hours behind the winner.

EDIT: you could update Sastre on you list to second in the Giro
 
Netserk said:
Yep, I have it bookmarked ;) Only Nibali will change status after this Tour. Nothing changed after the Giro this year. Quintana will probably join it after the Vuelta.

BTW the criteria is top-10 in all three, with one of them being a podium. Three 10th places ain't enough.
Menchov still has the podium in Tour?
 
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Netserk said:
Nibali is now the currently active rider with most GT leader's jerseys.
How do you factor in retroactive bans? Contador number seems low, so I'd guess those days are not included, which is fair enough I think. Do you count those days for people who were second at the time? And what about voided races?
 
the_cutter said:
How do you factor in retroactive bans? Contador number seems low, so I'd guess those days are not included, which is fair enough I think. Do you count those days for people who were second at the time? And what about voided races?
Contador usually takes the jersey late, but then keeps it all the way (haven't ever lost a leader's jersey in a GT). I count those who were in the jersey at the time. 'Officially' Contador has fewer in the Tour and Giro, and Nibali two more IIRC in the Giro.
 
Netserk said:
Yep, I have it bookmarked ;) Only Nibali will change status after this Tour. Nothing changed after the Giro this year. Quintana will probably join it after the Vuelta.

BTW the criteria is top-10 in all three, with one of them being a podium. Three 10th places ain't enough.
Would be interesting to check who was the youngest to achieve this result and if Quintana can beat him.
 
SafeBet said:
Would be interesting to check who was the youngest to achieve this result and if Quintana can beat him.
If Quintana does it this year, he'd have done it at this age:


For comparison this is how old Alberto was when he not only podium all, but won all:


Perhaps I'll check how old some of the others were later.

*I'm measuring in days because of potential leap years.
 
Hinault was certainly the youngest to win all three (only the winners I have checked so far):

Hinault:
From and including: søndag 14. november 1954
To, but not including søndag 8. juni 1980
Result: 9338 days

It is 9338 days from the start date to the end date, but not including the end date

Or 25 years, 6 months, 25 days excluding the end date
But only 19 days younger than Gimondi:

Gimondi:
From and including: tirsdag 29. september 1942
To, but not including søndag 12. maj 1968
Result: 9357 days

It is 9357 days from the start date to the end date, but not including the end date

Or 25 years, 7 months, 13 days excluding the end date
Edit: And he is also the youngest to podium all three. I think Gimondi and Contador are on the podium there as well.
 

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