It's only about WT races on that chart, not pro or .1 races. So only people who haven't won a WT race in their career yet with their top 10s, top 3s, whatever in WT races.What's the context for this one?
Because Halvorsen just had a podium yesterday and plenty others this year. So it doesn't appear to be the current streak.
But it also can't be a streak at any moment of their career because Benoot is missing.
Probably asked before but why are some names in bold?Current standings
22 - J. Almeida
14 - A. Vlasov
13 - S. Aniołkowski
12 - B. Coquard
11 - K. Halvorsen, Q. Pacher
10 - J. Aberasturi, G. Van Avermaet, R. Bardet, H. Carthy
9 - G. Ciccone, A. Vuillermoz, N. Oliveira, J. Lastra, F. Gaviria, M. Sarreau, P. Ackermann, M. Landa, N. Politt, L. Hamilton
8 - J. Piccoli, R. Porte, N. Schultz, D. Martínez, R. Barbier, G. Lonardi
7 - A. Hoehn, B. Hermans, J. Degenkolb, A. Kristoff, F. Fiorelli
6 - N. Bouhanni, D. Cimolai, F. Senechal, A. Pedrero, D. van Poppel, K. Main, P. Bevin, S. Consonni, J. Stewart, M. Kwiatkowski, J. Romo, R. Guerreiro, M. Mørkøv, A. Pasqualon, T. Skujins, F. Masnada, L. Mozzato, C. Rodríguez, M. Fabbro, B. Welten, I. Van Wilder, V. Albanese, M. Walscheid
Then there was Stage 8 when 9 breakaway riders stayed away and he rolled in at the head of the peloton to get 10th.Almeida surely wanted to win in the last week but slowed down to win this prestigious contest. What a legend!