A HISTORY OF WINNING

2015 - TINKOFF SAXO

WCS Richmond – Peter Sagan – Men’s Road Race, World Champion
GT Stage – Peter Sagan – Stage 3, Vuelta a Espana
Stage – Roman Kreuziger – Stage 6, USA Pro Challenge
Tour – Chris Juul-Jensen – WINNER, Tour of Denmark
Stage – Michael Mørkøv – Stage 6, Tour of Denmark
Stage – Matti Breschel - Stage 4, Tour of Denmark
Stage – Matti Breschel – Stage 3, Tour of Denmark
Stage – Maciej Bodnar – Stage 4, Tour de Pologne
GT Stage – Rafal Majka – Stage 11, Tour de France
National Champion – Peter Sagan - Slovakia
National Champion – Chris Anker Sørensen - Denmark
National TT Champion – Peter Sagan - Slovakia
National TT Champion – Chris Juul-Jensen - Denmark
Tour – Alberto Contador – WINNER, Route du Sud
Stage – Alberto Contador - Stage 3, Route du Sud
Stage – Peter Sagan – Stage 6, Tour de Suisse
Stage – Peter Sagan – Stage 3, Tour de Suisse
Grand Tour – Alberto Contador – WINNER, Giro d'Italia
Tour – Jesper Hansen – WINNER, Tour of Norway
Stage – Jesper Hansen – Stage 3, Tour of Norway
Tour – Peter Sagan – WINNER, Tour of California
Stage – Peter Sagan – Stage 6 (ITT), Tour of California
Stage – Peter Sagan – Stage 4, Tour of California
Stage – Peter Sagan – Stage 6, Tirreno Adriatico
Stage - Alberto Contador - Stage 3, Vuelta a Andalucia
 

2014 – TINKOFF SAXO

Grand Tour - Alberto Contador - WINNER, Vuelta a Espana
GT Classification -Alberto Contador - Combination, Vuelta a Espana
GT Stage - Alberto Contador - Stage 20, Vuelta a Espana
GT Stage - Alberto Contador - Stage 16, Vuelta a Espana
Tour - Rafal Majka - WINNER, Tour of Poland
GT Classification - Rafal Majka, King of the Mountains, Tour de France
GT Stage - Rafal Majka - Stage 17, Tour de France
GT Stage - Michael Rogers - Stage 16, Tour de France
GT Stage - Rafal Majka - Stage 14, Tour de France
National Champion - Michael Valgren, Denmark
GT Stage - Michael Rogers - Stage 11 ,Giro d’Italia
Tour - Alberto Contador - WINNER, Tour du Pays Basque
Stage - Alberto Contador - Stage 1, Tour du Pays Basque
Tour - Alberto Contador - WINNER, Tirreno Adriatico
Stage - Alberto Contador - Stage 5, Tirreno Adriatico
Stage - Alberto Contador - Stage 4, Tirreno Adriatico
Stage - Alberto Contador- Stage 4, Volta ao Algarve
 

2013 – SAXO TINKOFF

Classic - Roman Kreuziger - Amstel Gold Race
GT Stage - Michael Morkov - Stage 6, Vuelta a Espana
GT Stage - Nicholas Roche - Stage 2, Vuelta a Espana
National Champion – Michael Morkov, Denmark
 

2012 – SAXO TINKOFF

Grand Tour - Alberto Contador - WINNER, Vuelta a Espana
GT Stage – Alberto Contador - Stage 17, Vuelta a Espana
 

2011 – SAXO BANK

Classic – Nick Nuyens - Ronde Van Vlaanderen
Classic – Nick Nuyens - Dwars door Vlaanderen
GT Stage - J.J. Haedo - Stage 16, Vuelta a Espana
 

2010 – SAXO BANK

Grand Tour – Andy Schleck - WINNER, Tour de France
GT Stage – Fabian Cancellara - Stage 19, Tour de France
GT Stage – Andy Schleck - Stage 17, Tour de France
GT Stage – Andy Schleck - Stage 8, Tour de France
GT Stage – Fabian Cancellara - Prologue, Tour de France
Tour – Andy Schleck - WINNER, Tour de Suisse
GT Stage, Chris Anker Sorensen - Stage 8 ,Giro d’Italia
Classic – Fabian Cancellara – Paris Roubaix
Classic – Fabian Cancellara – Ronde Van Vlaanderen
Classic – Fabian Cancellara – E3 Prijs Vlaanderen
Classic – Matti Breschel – Dwars door Vlaanderen
National Champion – Fabian Cancellara, Switzerland
National Champion – Frank Schleck, Luxembourg
 

2009 – ITALIAN NATIONAL TEAM

WCS Mendrisio– Tatiana Guderzo – Women’s Road Race, World Champion
 

2008 – ITALIAN NATIONAL TEAM

WCS Varese – Alessandro Ballan – Road Race, World Champion
Beijing - Tatiana Guderzo – Bronze, Women’s Road Race, Beijing Olympics
 

 

2007 – ITALIAN NATIONAL TEAM

WCS Stuttgart– Paolo Bettini – Road Race, World Champion
WCS Stuttgart – Marta Bastianelli – Women’s Road Race World Champion
 

2006 – ITALIAN NATIONAL TEAM

WCS Salzburg – Paolo Bettini – Road Race, World Champion
 

2004 – ITALIAN NATIONAL TEAM

Athens – Paolo Bettini – GOLD, Road Race, Athens Olympics
 

2002 – ITALIAN NATIONAL TEAM

WCS Zolder– Mario Cipollini – Road Race, World Champion
 

2000 - MAPEI

Classic - Johan Museeuw - Paris Roubaix
 

1999 - MAPEI

Classic - Andrea Tafi - Paris Roubaix (2nd Peeters, 3rd Steels - Mapei)
 

1998 - MAPEI

Classic - Franco Ballerini - Paris Roubaix (2nd Tafi, 3rd Peeters - Mapei)
 

1996 - MAPEI

Classic - Johan Museeuw - Paris Roubaix (2nd Tafi, 3rd Bortolami - Mapei)