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The ProTour leader's jersey did not change hands following the Tour de France, with Alejandro...
The ProTour leader's jersey did not change hands following the Tour de France, with Alejandro Valverde (Caisse d'Epargne) still holding it by a margin of 20 points from Tour winner Floyd Landis. In third place is Frank Schleck, who moved up from fourth to third ahead of Tom Boonen (Quick.Step). Cadel Evans (20th - 6th) and Christophe Moreau (13th - 7th) also moved into the top 10 as a result of their good Tour performances.
Team CSC won two stages in the Tour and kept its lead in the teams rankings over T-Mobile, while Italy resumed its place atop the nations table, just in front of Spain.