|1||Richard Virenque||France||Quick Step-Davitamon||226|
|4||Ivan Basso||Italy||Team CSC||119|
|5||Jan Ullrich||Germany||T-Mobile Team||115|
|6||Christophe Moreau||France||Crédit Agricole||115|
|7||Andreas Klöden||Germany||T-Mobile Team||112|
|8||Francisco Mancebo||Spain||Illes Balears-Banesto||77|
|9||Jens Voigt||Germany||Team CSC||71|
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