Worn by the rider who has spent the shortest time in all stages combined. The yellow jersey is awarded to riders after each stage and the winner of the race is the one who gets the jersey at the end. Tour de France was the first sports competition where the leader wore a yellow jersey. Now it is common in several other cycling races and sporting events.
COOP Points jersey - blue jersey
Awarded to the winner of the points competition. The points competition usually stands between the best sprinters. Points are awarded at the finish and in sprints along the way. At the finish line the points are distributed between the first 10 riders. On the Coop sprints there will be awarded 5, 3, 2 and 1 points. The one with the most points on the last day wins the Coop points competition.
Santander - Climbing leader jersey - polkadot jersey
Also called the polkadot jersey and worn by the person leading the climbing competition. Points are awarded as follows: the first four on three selected slopes every day. The rider with the most points will wear the Santander climbing jersey the next day. Whoever has the most points after the final leg wins the Santander Bakke (hill) competition.
Repsol - best young rider in the standings - white jersey
Worn by the best young rider in the standings. The winner must be under 25 years of age. In the same way as for the yellow jersey, this jersey goes to the leader who has spent the least time on the stages, plus any time bonuses.
Salmon jersey - most offensive rider
Salmon jersey - most offensive rider.
The winner is chosen by a jury.