Overall standings:

1. Miguel Angel Lopez (Astana)
2. Ivan Sosa (Team Sky) +8″
3. Daniel Martinez (EF Education First) +42″
4. Egan Bernal (Team Sky) +54″
5. Nairo Quintana (Movistar) +1:04″

Froome will ride alongside 2018 Colombia Oro y Paz winner Egan Bernal, Iván Sosa, Sebastián Henao, Jonathan Castroviejo and Jhonatan Narváez on the provisional roster. Movistar will be bringing 2018 Oro y Paz runner up Nairo Quintana, who will be joined by Carlos Bertancur, Winner Anacona, Richard Carapaz, Marc Soler and Eduardo Sepúlveda.

Colombian sprinter Fernando Gaviria will compete alongside UAE Team Emirates teammates Sergio Henao, Sebastián Molano, Cristian Muñoz, Tom Bohli and Oiverio Troia. EF Education First’s Rigoberto Urán, third last year in Oro y Paz, will join Daniel Martínez, Jonathan Caicedo, Nathan Brown, Joseph Dombrowski and Alex Howes.

Astana’s Miguel Ángel López will be joined by Rodrigo Contreras, Hernando Bohórquez, Jan Hirt, Nikita Stalnov and Davide Villella. Alaphilippe will have the help of QuickStep teammates Álvaro Hodeg, Bob Jungels, Petr Vakoc, Maximiliano Richeze and Iljo Keisse.

The Pro Continental ranks will be represented by Postobón Apple, Israel Cycling Academy, Androni Giocattoli Sidermec, Hagens Berman Axeon, Bardiani CSF and Neri Sottoli-Selle Italia. Nippo Vini Fantini has yet to confirm participation.

Bernal upset with Navarez at one of the intermediate sprints // Stage 3 // Tour Colombia 2.1

Tour Colombia 2.1 teams

WorldTour

Astana
Deceuninck-QuickStep
EF Education First
Movistar
Team Sky
UAE Team Emirates

Pro Continental

Androni Giocattoli Sidermec
Bardiani CSF
Hagens Berman Axeon
Israel Cycling Academy
Neri Sottoli-Selle Italia
Nippo Vini Fantini*
Postobón Apple

Continental

Aevolo
BetPlay Cycling Team
Coldeportes Zenú
Deprisa Bolivia
Efapel
EPM
GW Shimano
IAM Excelsior
Paisa Pride
Strongman Bicycles
Team Illuminate
Team Medellín

National Team

Colombia
Argentina
Italy