Palmares

Since its inception the team has scored more than 550 victories, including 14 Monument Classics, 4 Road World Championships, 6 ITT Road World Championships, 3 TTT World Championships, 2 World Cups and an Olympic Title. In 2016 the team was the winningest team for the fifth year in a row, thanks to 56 overall wins (55 on the road).

Total victories

Total victories: 618
15

Monuments

13

World champions

75

Grand tours - Stage wins

43

National champions

472

Other victories

2017
Quick-Step Floors Cycling Team Total victories: 59
1

Monuments

16

Grand tours - Stage wins

4

National champions

38

Other victories


2017 HIGHLIGHTS

Ronde van Vlaanderen - Philippe Gilbert
Amstel Gold Race - Philippe Gilbert 

2016
Etixx – Quick-Step Cycling Team Total victories: 55
2

World champions

9

Grand tours - Stage wins

3

National champions

41

Other victories


2016 HIGHLIGHTS

1 stage Tour de France
4 stages Giro d`Italia
4 stages Vuelta a España
Overall classification Tour of California: Julian Alaphilippe
Overall classfication Eneco Tour: Niki Terpstra
Paris-Tours: Fernando Gaviria
World Championship ITT: Tony Martin
World Championship TTT 

2015
Etixx – Quick-Step Cycling Team Total victories: 54
4

Grand tours - Stage wins

4

National champions

46

Other victories


2015 HIGHLIGHTS

  • Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne: Mark Cavendish
  • Strade Bianche: Zdenek Stybar
  • Amstel Gold Race: Michal Kwiatkowski
  • Giro d’Italia, stage 21: Iljo Keisse
  • Tour de France, stage 4: Tony Martin
  • Tour de France, stage 6: Zdenek Stybar
  • Tour de France, stage 7: Mark Cavendish
  • 2 National Road Championships
  • GP Quebec: Rigoberto Uran Uran
  • Paris-Tours: Matteo Trentin
2014
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step Cycling Team Total victories: 64
1

Monuments

1

World champions

5

Grand tours - Stage wins

3

National champions

54

Other victories


2014 HIGHLIGHTS

  • Paris-Roubaix: Niki Terpstra
  • Giro d'Italia: 1 Stage win
  • Tour de France: 3 Stage wins
  • Vuelta a Espana: 1 Stage win
  • 1 National Road Champion
  • 2 National ITT Champions
  • World Championships Road: Michal Kwiatkowski
  • World Championships Cyclocross: Zdenek Stybar
2013
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step Cycling Team Total victories: 55
2

World champions

10

Grand tours - Stage wins

6

National champions

37

Other victories


2013 HIGHLIGHTS

  • Giro d`Italia: 5 stage wins
  • Tour de France: 4 stage wins
  • Vuelta a España: 1 stage win
  • 2 National Road Championships
  • 4 National ITT Championships
  • World Championships ITT: Tony Martin
  • World Championships TTT: OPQS Team
2012
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step Cycling Team Total victories: 51
2

Monuments

2

World champions

1

Grand tours - Stage wins

9

National champions

37

Other victories


2012 HIGHLIGHTS

  • Gent-Wevelgem: Tom Boonen
  • Ronde van Vlaanderen: Tom Boonen
  • Paris-Roubaix: Tom Boonen
  • 4 National Road Championships
  • 5 National ITT Championships
  • World Championships ITT: Tony Martin
  • World Championships TTT: OPQS Team
2011
Quick-Step Cycling Team Total victories: 6
3

National champions

3

Other victories


2012 HIGHLIGHTS

  • Tour of Qatar, stage 1: Tom Boonen
  • Gent-Wevelgem: Tom Boonen
  • French Championship Road: Sylvain Chavanel
2010
Team Quick-Step Total victories: 16
5

Grand tours - Stage wins

3

National champions

8

Other victories


2010 HIGHLIGHTS

  • Giro d`Italia, stage 3: Wouter Weylandt
  • Giro d`Italia, stage 5: Jerome Pineau
  • Tour de France, stage 2: Sylvain Chavanel
  • Tour de France, stage 7: Sylvain Chavanel
  • Vuelta a España, stage 15: Carlos Barredo
  • Tirreno-Adriatico, stage 2: Tom Boonen
  • Tour of Belgium: Stijn Devolder
  • Belgium Championship Road: Stijn Devolder
2009
Team Quick-Step Total victories: 24
2

Monuments

2

National champions

20

Other victories


2009 HIGHLIGHTS

  • Tour Down Under: Allan Davis
  • Tour of Qatar: Tom Boonen
  • Ronde van Vlaanderen: Stijn Devolder
  • Paris-Roubaix: Tom Boonen
  • Belgium Championship Road: Tom Boonen
  • Clasica San Sebastian: Carlos Barredo
  • Dwars door Vlaanderen: Kevin van Impe
  • White jersey Giro d`Italia: Kevin Seeldraeyers
  • (Best young rider)
2008
Team Quick-Step Total victories: 46
2

Monuments

6

Grand tours - Stage wins

1

National champions

37

Other victories


2008 HIGHLIGHTS

  • Ronde van Vlaanderen: Stijn Devolder
  • Paris-Roubaix: Tom Boonen
  • Tour de France, stage 21: Gert Steegmans
  • Vuelta a España, stage 3: Tom Boonen
  • Vuelta a España, stage 6: Paolo Bettini
  • Vuelta a España, stage 12: Paolo Bettini
  • Vuelta a España, stage 16: Tom Boonen
  • Vuelta a España, stage 17: Wouter Weylandt
2007
Quick-Step – Innergetic Total victories: 38
1

World champions

5

Grand tours - Stage wins

1

National champions

31

Other victories


2007 HIGHLIGHTS

  • Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne: Tom Boonen
  • World-Championships Road: Paolo Bettini
  • Tour de France, stage 2: Gert Steegmans
  • Tour de France, stage 6: Tom Boonen
  • Tour de France, stage 10: Cedric Vasseur
  • Tour de France, stage 12: Tom Boonen
  • Tour de France, Green Jersey: Tom Boonen
  • Vuelta a España, stage 3: Paolo Bettini
2006
Quick-Step – Innergetic Total victories: 45
3

Monuments

1

World champions

4

Grand tours - Stage wins

1

National champions

36

Other victories


2006 HIGHLIGHTS

  • Milano-Sanremo Filippo Pozzato
  • Ronde van Vlaanderen: Tom Boonen
  • World Championships Road: Paolo Bettini
  • Giro di Lombardia: Paolo Bettini
  • Giro d`Italia, stage 15: Paolo Bettini
  • Tour de France, stage 18: Matteo Tosatto
  • Vuelta a España, stage 2: Paolo Bettini
2005
Quick-Step – Innergetic Total victories: 37
3

Monuments

2

World champions

4

Grand tours - Stage wins

28

Other victories


2005 HIGHLIGHTS

  • Omloop het Volk: Nick Nuyens
  • Ronde van Vlaanderen: Tom Boonen
  • Paris-Roubaix: Tom Boonen
  • World Championships Road: Tom Boonen
  • Word Championships ITT: Michael Rogers
  • Giro di Lombardia: Paolo Bettini
  • Züri Metzgete: Paolo Bettini
  • Tour de France, stage 2: Tom Boonen
  • Tour de France, stage 3: Tom Boonen
  • Giro d`Italia, stage 1: Paolo Bettini
  • Vuelta a España, stage 16: Paolo Bettini
2004
Quick-Step – Davitamon Total victories: 46
1

World champions

4

Grand tours - Stage wins

1

National champions

40

Other victories


2004 highlights

Tirreno-Adriatico: Paolo Bettini
Gent-Wevelgem: Tom Boonen
Tour de France, stage 6: Tom Boonen
Tour de France, stage 10: Richard Virenque
Tour de France, stage 18: Juan Miguel Mercado
Tour de France, stage 20: Tom Boonen
Olympic Road Race: Paolo Bettini
World Championships ITT: Michael Rogers

2003
Quick-Step – Davitamon Total victories: 22
1

Monuments

1

World champions

2

Grand tours - Stage wins

2

National champions

16

Other victories

 
2003 Highlights

Omloop het Volk: Johan Museeuw
Tour de France, stage 7: Richard Virenque
Tour de France, stage 17: Servais Knaven
Milano-Sanremo: Paolo Bettini
Clasica San Sebastian: Paolo Bettini
World Championships ITT: Michael Rogers
HEW Cyclassics Hamburg: Paolo Bettini