The individual general time classification
Tour de Romandie Féminin
The yellow leader’s jersey in the “Tour de Romandie Féminin” is worn by the rider who is best placed in the individual general time classification. This jersey is presented after each stage to the rider leading this classification.
General points classification
Every day, the orange “Loterie Romande” jersey is presented to the rider who has collected the most points awarded in the intermediate sprints during the stage and the final sprint. It is intended for the best sprinter.
General classification for the best climber
The “Primeo Energie” jersey for the mountains classification is awarded every day to the best climber in the peloton, that is the rider who has accumulated the most points when reaching the top of the mountain passes, with more or less points being awarded depending on the level of difficulty.
General classification for the best young rider
Banque du Léman
The young rider classification is reserved for riders under the age of 25. The young rider finishing highest in the individual general time classification is the daily young leader and wears the “Banque du Léman” jersey. So it’s the yellow jersey for young riders!
Created in 1952 for the Tour de France, this prize acknowledges the most impressive actions of each stage. The combative prize rewards the rider who has distinguished herself through her courage, effort and team spirit. This prize acknowledges boldness, the ability to surpass yourself and all the essential values that make cycling such an exceptional sport. This “qualitative” prize is awarded after each stage by a jury comprising personalities from the worlds of cycling and the media.
Prize for the best Swiss rider
This award, created specially for the Tour de Romandie Féminin, is reserved for Swiss riders participating in the race. The leading Swiss rider in each stage is the daily Swiss leader. At the end of the last stage, the leading Swiss rider in the individual general time classification is declared the winner of the prize for the best Swiss rider.