1992 UCI Road World Cup

1992 UCI Road World Cup
Fourth edition of the UCI Road World Cup
Dates March 21 – October 24
Location Canada and Europe
Rounds 12
Individual champion  Olaf Ludwig (GER) (Panasonic–Sportlife)
Teams' champion Panasonic–Sportlife

The 1992 UCI Road World Cup was the fourth edition of the UCI Road World Cup. From the 1991 edition, the Grand Prix de la Libération was dropped and no longer ran and the Grand Prix des Amériques became the Grand Prix Téléglobe. The final individual time trial event, held in 1991 around Bergamo and counting as both the Grand Prix des Nations and the Trofeo Baracchi, was chosen to be the Grand Prix des Nations proper, although held in Palma de Mallorca rather than in France. The competition was won by German rider Olaf Ludwig of Panasonic–Sportlife.


Date Race Country Winner Team
March 21 Milan–San Remo  Italy  Sean Kelly (IRL) Lotus–Festina
April 5 Tour of Flanders  Belgium  Jacky Durand (FRA) Castorama
April 12 Paris–Roubaix  France  Gilbert Duclos-Lassalle (FRA) Z
April 19 Liège–Bastogne–Liège  Belgium  Dirk De Wolf (BEL) Gatorade–Chateau d'Ax
April 25 Amstel Gold Race  Netherlands  Olaf Ludwig (GER) Panasonic–Sportlife
August 6 Clásica de San Sebastián  Spain  Raúl Alcalá (MEX) PDM–Concorde
August 16 Wincanton Classic  United Kingdom  Massimo Ghirotto (ITA) Carrera Jeans–Vagabond
August 23 Züri-Metzgete   Switzerland  Viatcheslav Ekimov (RUS) Panasonic–Sportlife
October 4 Grand Prix Téléglobe  Canada  Federico Echave (ESP) CLAS-Cajastur
October 11 Paris–Tours  France  Hendrik Redant (BEL) Lotto–Mavic–MBK
October 17 Giro di Lombardia  Italy  Tony Rominger (SUI) CLAS-Cajastur
October 24 Grand Prix des Nations  Spain  Johan Bruyneel (BEL) ONCE

Final standings


Cyclist Team Points
1  Olaf Ludwig (GER) Panasonic–Sportlife 144
2  Tony Rominger (SUI) CLAS-Cajastur 118
3  Davide Cassani (ITA) Ariostea 108
4  Raúl Alcalá (MEX) PDM–Concorde 92
5  Laurent Jalabert (FRA) ONCE 91
6  Viatcheslav Ekimov (RUS) Panasonic–Sportlife 90
7  Claudio Chiappucci (ITA) Carrera Jeans–Vagabond 90
8  Johan Museeuw (BEL) Lotto–Mavic–MBK 74
9  Jacky Durand (FRA) Castorama 66
10  Gilbert Duclos-Lassalle (FRA) Z 64


Team Points
1 Panasonic–Sportlife 68
2 Buckler–Colnago–Decca 67
3 Ariostea 61
4 Tulip Computers 57
5 PDM–Concorde 46


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