Palmares

Since its inception, Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl has scored over 800 UCI victories, including 20 Monuments, 6 World Road Race Championships, 6 World ITT Championships, 4 World TTT Championships, 2 World Cups, 2 European Championships and an Olympic Title. In 2021, the Wolfpack was the most successful squad in the world for an astonishing tenth year in a row, thanks to 65 UCI victories.

  • 848Total victories
  • 20Monuments
  • 16World Championships
  • 108Grand tours stage wins
  • 64National championships
  • 640Other victories

2022: Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team

Team wins: 0
  • Monuments
  • World Championships
  • Grand tours stage wins
  • National championships
  • Other victories

2021: Deceuninck - Quick-Step Cycling Team

Team wins: 65
  • 1 Monuments
  • 1 World Championships
  • 9 Grand tours stage wins
  • 5 National championships
  • 49 Other victories

Ronde van Vlaanderen - Kasper Asgreen
5 stages Tour de France
Green jersey Tour de France: Mark Cavendish
4 stages Vuelta a España 
Green jersey Vuelta a España: Fabio Jakobsen
World Championships Road: Julian Alaphilippe

2020: Deceuninck - Quick-Step Cycling Team

Team wins: 39
  • Monuments
  • 1 World Championships
  • 4 Grand tours stage wins
  • 5 National championships
  • 29 Other victories

3 stages Tour de France
Green jersey Tour de France: Sam Bennett
1 stage Vuelta a España 
World Championships Road: Julian Alaphilippe

2019: Deceuninck - Quick-Step Cycling Team

Team wins: 68
  • 2 Monuments
  • 0 World Championships
  • 8 Grand tours stage wins
  • 6 National championships
  • 52 Other victories

Paris-Roubaix:  Philippe Gilbert

Milano-Sanremo: Julian Alaphilippe
Strade Bianche: Julian Alaphilippe

Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne: Bob Jungels
Omloop het Nieuwsblad: Zdenek Stybar

2018: Quick-Step Floors Cycling Team

Team wins: 73
  • 2 Monuments
  • 1 World Championships
  • 13 Grand tours stage wins
  • 5 National championships
  • 52 Other victories

5 stages Giro d`Italia
4 stages Tour de France
4 stages Vuelta a España
Ronde van Vlaanderen - Niki Terpstra
Flèche Wallonne - Julian Alaphilippe
Liège–Bastogne–Liège - Bob Jungels
World Team Time Trial Championships

2017: Quick-Step Floors Cycling Team

Team wins: 56
  • 1 Monuments
  • World Championships
  • 16 Grand tours stage wins
  • 4 National championships
  • 35 Other victories

5 stages Tour de France
5 stages Giro d`Italia
6 stages Vuelta a España
Ronde van Vlaanderen: Philippe Gilbert
Amstel Gold Race: Philippe Gilbert
Paris-Tours: Matteo Trentin

2016: Etixx – Quick-Step Cycling Team

Team wins: 54
  • Monuments
  • 2 World Championships
  • 9 Grand tours stage wins
  • 3 National championships
  • 40 Other victories

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

Team wins: 54
  • Monuments
  • World Championships
  • 4 Grand tours stage wins
  • 4 National championships
  • 46 Other victories

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
Paris-Tours: Matteo Trentin

2014: Omega Pharma - Quick-Step Cycling Team

Team wins: 61
  • 1 Monuments
  • 1 World Championships
  • 5 Grand tours stage wins
  • 3 National championships
  • 51 Other victories

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

Team wins: 54
  • Monuments
  • 2 World Championships
  • 10 Grand tours stage wins
  • 6 National championships
  • 36 Other victories

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

Team wins: 50
  • 2 Monuments
  • 2 World Championships
  • 1 Grand tours stage wins
  • 9 National championships
  • 36 Other victories

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

Team wins: 8
  • Monuments
  • World Championships
  • Grand tours stage wins
  • 3 National championships
  • 5 Other victories

Tour of Qatar, stage 1: Tom Boonen
Gent-Wevelgem: Tom Boonen
French Championship Road: Sylvain Chavanel

2010: Team Quick-Step

Team wins: 16
  • Monuments
  • World Championships
  • 4 Grand tours stage wins
  • 3 National championships
  • 9 Other victories

 

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
Tirreno-Adriatico, stage 2: Tom Boonen
Tour of Belgium: Stijn Devolder
Belgium Championship Road: Stijn Devolder
Belgium Championship ITT: Stijn Devolder

 

2009: Team Quick-Step

Team wins: 23
  • 2 Monuments
  • World Championships
  • Grand tours stage wins
  • 2 National championships
  • 19 Other victories

Tour Down Under: Allan Davis
Tour of Qatar: Tom Boonen
Ronde van Vlaanderen: Stijn Devolder
Paris-Roubaix: Tom Boonen
Belgium Championship Road: Tom Boonen
Dwars door Vlaanderen: Kevin van Impe
White jersey Giro d`Italia: Kevin Seeldraeyers (Best young rider)

 

2008: Team Quick-Step

Team wins: 45
  • 2 Monuments
  • World Championships
  • 6 Grand tours stage wins
  • 1 National championships
  • 36 Other victories

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

Team wins: 38
  • Monuments
  • 1 World Championships
  • 5 Grand tours stage wins
  • 1 National championships
  • 31 Other victories

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
Clasica San Sebastian, Juan Manuel Garate
Vuelta a España, stage 3: Paolo Bettini

2006: Quick-Step – Innergetic

Team wins: 44
  • 3 Monuments
  • 1 World Championships
  • 4 Grand tours stage wins
  • 1 National championships
  • 35 Other victories

 

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

Team wins: 35
  • 3 Monuments
  • 2 World Championships
  • 4 Grand tours stage wins
  • National championships
  • 26 Other victories

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

Team wins: 44
  • Monuments
  • 1 World Championships
  • 4 Grand tours stage wins
  • 1 National championships
  • 38 Other victories

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

Team wins: 21
  • 1 Monuments
  • 1 World Championships
  • 2 Grand tours stage wins
  • 2 National championships
  • 15 Other victories

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