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With only one of the major contenders finishing in the points at Sunday's HEW-Cyclassics-Cup, there...
With only one of the major contenders finishing in the points at Sunday's HEW-Cyclassics-Cup, there are few changes in the ProTour rankings. Danilo Di Luca (Liquigas-Bianchi) retains his first place ahead of the now-retired Lance Armstrong and T-Mobile's Alexandre Vinokourov. His fifth place on Sunday moves Davide Rebellin (Gerolsteiner) into sixth place on the ProTour ladder, but he remains 83 points behind Di Luca and will have to pull off some impressive rides in the remaining ProTour one-day events to challenge for the title.
Phonak remains at the head of the team competition.