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Tour de Suisse Prize Money | How Much Each Stage Winner Earn & General Classification Winners Share?

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Tour de Suisse Prize Money

The upcoming cycling event Tour de Suisse dates announced as per reports the event will take place in Switzerland. The organizers of the event announced the dates of the Tour de Suisse and it will began on 11th June and ends on 18th June 2023. Top teams to watch in Tour de Suisse are (Movistar Team, Team DSM, AG2R Citroën Team, UAE Team Emirates, Israel–Premier Tech and Team TotalEnergies). Tour de Suisse prize money for year 2023 is confirmed and announced.

How much prize money adjusted for each stage winner at Tour de Suisse?
StandingsPrize Money
1st Place€4k
2nd Place€2k
3rd Place€1k
6th €300
9th €200
The above prize money only for the stage winners and based on standings cyclist from 1st place to 20th place.

As per reports, the winner of each stage will earn share of €4k, the second place holder in the stage competition will earn share of €2k and €1k is adjusted for the third place holder. Each cyclist who stand from 10th place until 20th place awarded with prize money €100 per stage.

How prize money distributed among Top 20 of General Classification?
StandingsPrize Money
3rd Place€4k
6th €1.2k
9th €800
11th place -20th place€400
All cyclist who stand from 10th position to 20th position will earn share of €400 each in generals classification.

The winner in General classification will earn share of €16k and the runner-up in the general classification will earn €8k and third place position holder will earn-up to €4k. In general classification prize money distributed among to cyclists listed in the table.

The cyclist who become the winner of Mountain Classification will earn his prize money share €2k. Based on points ranking cyclist will earn share (€2k). The cyclist who stands on top in youth ranking awarded with purse of €2k. Team classification winner will get share of (€2k) from the prize fund adjusted for Tour de Suisse. There will be more about Tour de Suisse prize money.