Tour de France 2022 Final Prize Money List - Jumbo-Visma on top with €779.750

The total prize money of this year's Tour de France was a total of €2.282.000 and here you will be able to see how those were distributed between each team. Jumbo-Visma, having won the Tour aswell as the points and KOM classification, have brought in a total of €779.750 after an incredibly successful race.

That included too six stage wins and several days leading a multitude of classifications, aswell as Wout van Aert's super combative award. Jumbo-Visma was the dominant team of the racing, having more than double the prize money of it's closes rival UAE Team Emirates who've gotten a grand majority of their prize via Tadej Pogacar's results throughout the race which include a second place in the overall classification, victory of the youth classification and three stage wins.

In third place was INEOS Grenadiers who've conquered the team's classification, but also saw Geraint Thomas surge to a surprising third spot, showing his best level since his 2018 win. Groupama - FDJ and BORA - hansgrohe follow after having David Gaudu and Aleksandr Vlasov finish fourth and fifth, with a very balanced field following.

Below is the exact prize money each team has won during the Tour:

Order - Team - Prize Money

1 Jumbo-Visma €779.750

2 UAE Team Emirates €322.960

3 Ineos Grenadiers €240.610

4 Groupama-FDJ €143.860

5 Bora - hansgrohe €95.440

6 Alpecin-Deceuninck €68.630

7 Team BikeExchange - Jayco €63.170

8 Trek - Segafredo €57.740

9 EF Education-EasyPost €57.100

10 Arkáa Samsic €56.980

11 Intermarché - Wanty - Gobert Matériaux €50.810

12 Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team €46.430

13 Israel - Premier Tech €43.770

14 Cofidis €40.950

15 Bahrain - Victorious €35.840

16 Team DSM €32.350

17 Movistar Team €32.000

18 TotalEnergies €20.060

19 AG2R Citroën Team €19.870

20 B&B Hotels-KTM €18.540

21 Lotto Soudal €15.140

22 Astana Qazaqstan €15.000

Towards the end of the list you find Lotto Soudal and Astana Qazaqstan Team, both teams who struggled to achieve many results during the race. Whilst the Belgian team struggled with Caleb Ewan and struggled to be in contention for any stage, they've still surpassed Astana Qazaqstan Team who've had Alexey Lutsenko bounce into ninth place towards the third week but it wasn't enough to have them out of the last place.

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