How many World Tour races did the World Tour teams win in 2023 - 38 victories for the best team, 0 wins for the worst

The men's World Tour calendar is the most prestigious and important for the top level teams and here is how the victories were distributed among the World Tour teams. Jumbo-Visma leads the way by far with 38 triumphs added to their palmarès.

To note, this list only features the World Tour teams, and not the victories of ProTeam level squads. Jumbo-Visma took 38 wins and was the strongest at the end of the year - on several different standards. They were followed by UAE Team Emirates who took 28 and Soudal - Quick-Step closely behind with 23.

On the opposite side of the spectrum we find Arkéa Samsic who was the only World Tour team that did not win at the highest level this year. Astana Qazaqstan Team won one which was Mark Cavendish's Giro d'Italia stage. Surprisingly, ahead of them was Groupama - FDJ who finished 7th in the UCI rankings, but only had 2 wins at the highest level - Valentin Madouas at the Bretagne Classic and a stage win of Stefan Küng at the Tour de Suisse.

Rank - Team - Amount of World Tour wins in 2023

1 Jumbo-Visma 38

2 UAE Team Emirates 28

3 Soudal - Quick Step 23

4 Alpecin-Deceuninck 17

5 Bahrain - Victorious 12

6 INEOS Grenadiers 9

7 Lidl - Trek 8

8 BORA - hansgrohe 7

9 Team dsm - firmenich 5

10 Cofidis 4

11 EF Education-EasyPost 4

12 Team Jayco AlUla 4

13 Intermarché - Circus - Wanty 4

14 AG2R Citroën Team 3

15 Movistar Team 3

16 Groupama - FDJ 2

17 Astana Qazaqstan Team 1

18 Team Arkéa Samsic 0

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