UAE Emirates, Jumbo-Visma and Bahrain, the big winners of the Tour

The three teams have won the most monetary awards based on their many sporting successes during the Tour de France.

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The Tour de France 2021 leaves us, in addition to the triumph of Tadej Pogacar, to several great winners in the race, who thanks to their numerous sporting successes, have also been rewarded with a generous economic bag for their efforts on the road.The most awarded team has been UAE Emirates, which has bagged a total of 619,500 euros in economic prizes, of which a large part comes from the 500,000 that Tadej Pogacar has bagged as the final winner, in addition to the 500 for each stage that He has dressed in yellow and the 33,000 for the three stage victories achieved in the Laval chrono, at the Col du Portet and Luz Ardiden. In addition, they also added 25,000 and 20,000 euros for Pogacar's final victory in the mountain and youth classifications.

The second team that has won the most money on this Tour has been the Jumbo-Visma with a total amount of 359,520 euros, thanks in part to the 200,000 euros achieved by Jonas Vingegaard as second place overall and the 33,000 achieved by Wout Van Aert after his three stage victories on this Tour.

The podium of this particular classification is closed by the Bahrain-Victorious, which has added a total of 170,310 euros thanks in part to the stage victories of Matej Mohoric and Dylan Teuns, in addition to the 50,000 achieved by winning the team classification. The Deceuninck Quick-Step, with 149,690 euros, of which a large part comes from the four victories and the green jersey of Mark Cavendish, and the Ineos Grenadiers, with 134,590 euros of which 100,000 come from third place in Richard Carapaz's General.

The valuable booty obtained by Mathieu Van der Poel's Alpecin-Fenix is also surprising, as he leaves the Tour with the Dutchman wearing the leader's jersey for six days and two stage wins and earnings of 81,180 euros. Skimming the Top-10 has been the Movistar, which closes the Tour with a profit of 50,140 euros, of which 23,000 come from the sixth place in the general of Enric Mas and another 5,500 from the second place of Imanol Erviti in the Nîmes stage .

More surprising are the low earnings of teams such as Israel Start-Up, with 24,870 euros, Lotto-Soudal, with 23,640 euros and heavily weighed down by the early loss of Caleb Ewan; from the DSM, with 13,450 euros; and the Qhubeka Nexthash, which closes the Tour with economic prizes of only 11,650 euros.



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