Allan Davis finished fourth in Milano-Sanremo and increased his lead in the UCI world ranking. His team Quick Step sits atop the team rankings and has also widened the margin. Australia leads the nations' ranking.
Davis leads Spaniard Luis León Sánchez (Caisse d'Epargne) by 71 points (up from 11). Quick Step is ahead of Columbia Highroad by 66 points. Quick Step led by only 17 points over Saxo Bank in the previous ranking. Columbia Highroad made a big leap through the win of Mark Cavendish, gaining 174 points.
Cavendish was not in the previous ranking, but his Milano-Sanremo immediately put him in third place in the individual ranking, at 110 points.
In the nations ranking, Australia took over the lead from Spain with 375 points. Spain has 354 points and Italy 348.
The full standings are here.