Jumbo-Visma has finished second on the prize money list of the Tour de France.

Only the UAE Emirates of final winner Tadej Pogacar earned more than the Dutch team, which reached the finish in Paris with only four riders.

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Jumbo-Visma collected more than 358,000 euros in prize money.

For the Dutch formation, Wout van Aert won three stages, including the final stage to Champs-Élysées on Sunday, and Sepp Kuss one stage.

Jonas Vingegaard also finished second in the final standings.

For Jumbo-Visma, the Tour started in a minor way.

Leader Primoz Roglic crashed hard in the third stage and gave up five days later.

Steven Kruijswijk, Robert Gesink and Tony Martin also got off, leaving only Mike Teunissen in addition to Van Aert, Kuss and Vingegaard.

UAE Emirates collected no less than 625,180 euros in the past three weeks.

With his overall victory, Pogacar already earned 500,000 euros.

The 22-year-old Slovenian also won the mountains classification (25,000 euros prize money) and the youth classification (20,000 euros).

Bahrain Victorious finished third on the prize money list with more than 210,000 euros.

For that team, Matej Mohoric won two stages and Dylan Teuns one stage.

Wout Poels was second in the mountains classification on behalf of Bahrain Victorious.

Qhubeka NextHash earned the least in the Tour: 11,650 euros.

The prize money is paid by the Tour organization to the rider himself.

In cycling it is customary for the leaders to share the income with their teammates.

Prize money per team Tour de France 2021

  • 1. UAE Emirates - 625,180 euros

  • 2. Jumbo Visma - 358,270 euros

  • 3. Bahrain Victorious - 211,410 euros

  • 4. Deceuninck-Quick-Step - 141,590 euros

  • 5. INEOS Grenadiers - 134,590 euros

  • 6. AG2R Citroën - 118,030 euros

  • 7. BORA-hansgrohe - 109,070

  • 8. Alpecin-Fenix ​​- 73,080 euros

  • 9. EF Education NIPPO - 64,010 euros

  • 10. Trek-Segafredo - 53,990 euros

  • 11. Movistar - 50,140 euros

  • 12. BikeExchange - 44,310 euros

  • 13. B&B Hotels - 39,190 euros

  • 14. Groupama FDJ - 36,000 euros

  • 15. Astana - 35,420 euros

  • 16. Cofidis - 34,390 euros

  • 17. Arkéa-Samsic - 32,830 euros

  • 18. Israel Start-Up Nation - 22,220 euros

  • 19. Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert Matériaux - 21,430 euros

  • 20. TotalEnergies - 20,960 euros

  • 21. Lotto Soudal - 20,840 euros

  • 22. DSM - 13,450 euros

  • 23. Qhubeka NextHash - 11,650 euros


22. Team DSM - euro13,450


23. Qhubeka-NextHash - euro11,650