After the completion of the Tour de Suisse and the Team Time Trial in Eindhoven today, the UCI has issued a new set of ProTour rankings. There is very little change at the top of the individual rankings, apart from Mick Rogers (Quick.Step) moving up from 29th to 8th and Tour de Suisse winner Aitor Gonzalez (Euskaltel) slotting himself into 21st, and CSC's Frank Schleck moving from 64th to 26th.
In the teams rankings, Phonak, a team that was initially left out of the ProTour, has now claimed the top spot courtesy of its second place in Eindhoven and consistency in the Tour de Suisse. Davitamon-Lotto and Rabobank occupy the second and third positions. The nations rankings see Italy, Spain, and the USA in the top three spots.
Rankings as of June 19, 2005