Chris Froome’s overall win at the 2015 Tour de France saw Team Sky top the race’s prize money list, with Froome picking up €450,000 himself.
Sky’s haul from the three week race stood at €556,630, with Movistar trailing in second with €442,080. The British team’s prize money was augmented thanks to Froome’s stage 10 victory and his mountains classification win, adding an extra €33,000 to the kitty.
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At the other end of the spectrum Orica-GreenEdge propped up the table with just over €10,000 earned over the course of the three weeks. The Australian team’s hopes were dashed early as three riders pulled out of the race in the first week.
Wildcards MTN-Qhubeka won more money than seven WorldTour teams, finishing tenth in the table with €52,400 earned.
It was an overwhelmingly successful Tour for the African team, picking up a stage win, seven top-five finishes, 13th overall in the GC with Serge Pauwels and four days in the polka dot jersey with Daniel Teklehaimanot.
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