List of wins by home–Jack & Jones and its successors

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This is a comprehensive list of victories of the Tinkoff cycling team.

1998 home–Jack & Jones[edit]

1999 home–Jack & Jones[edit]

Stage 1 Tour Down Under, Nicolaj-Bo Larsen
Rund um den Flughafen Köln-Bonn, Michael Steen Nielsen
Stage 5, Four Days of Dunkirk, Michael Sandstød
Four Days of Dunkirk, Michael Sandstød
GP Midtbank, Michael Sandstød
Fyn Rundt, Nicolaj-Bo Larsen
Stage 5, Tour de Luxembourg, Jesper Skibby
Stage 3, Postgirot Open, Jesper Skibby
Stage 4, Postgirot Open, Nicolaj-Bo Larsen
 Denmark Individual Time Trial Championship, Michael Sandstød
 Denmark Road Racing Championship, Nicolaj-Bo Larsen
Prologue, DEKRA Open, Michael Blaudzun
Prologue, Tour de la Region Wallonne, Marc Streel
Circuito de Gexto, Jesper Skibby
Stage 1, Tour de la Region Wallonne, Mikael Kyneb
Stage 4B, Tour de la Region Wallonne Marc Streel
Tour de la Region Wallonne, Mikael Kyneb
Stage 5, Danmark Rundt, Michael Steen Nielsen
Grote Prijs Jef Scherens, Marc Streel
Zomergem-Adinderke, Marc Streel
 Belgium Individual Time Trial Championship, Marc Streel
Overall Vic Health Herald Sun Tour Michael Blaudzun
Stage 2 & 10 Nicolaj-Bo Larsen
Stage 9 Christian Andersen
Stage 10 Nicolaj-Bo Larsen
Stage 13 Michael Blaudzun

2000 Memory Card–Jack & Jones[edit]

Stage 4, Paris–Nice, Bo Hamburger
A Travers la Belgique, Tristan Hoffman
Overall Four Days of Dunkirk Martin Rittsel
Stage 1 Four Days of DunkirkArvis Piziks
Overall Tour de l'Oise, Michael Sandstød
Stage 2 & 4 Tour de l'Oise, Michael Sandstød
GP Midtbank, Michael Sandstød
Samsung Mobile GP, Arvis Piziks
Stage 4 Postgirot Open, Nicolaj-Bo Larsen
 Denmark Individual Time Trial Championship, Michael Sandstød
 Denmark Road Racing Championship, Bo Hamburger
 Latvia Road Racing Championship, Arvis Piziks
Stage 4 Rheinland-Pfalz Rundfahrt, Bo Hamburger

2001 CSC–Tiscali[edit]

Grand Prix d'Ouverture La Marseillaise, Jakob Piil
Samsung Mobile GP, Michael Sandstød
Overall Peace Race, Jakob Piil
Stages 3 & 7, Jakob Piil
Overall Tour de Picardie, Olivier Asmaker
Stage 1, Olivier Asmaker
 Denmark Individual Time Trial Championship, Michael Blaudzun
 Denmark Road Racing Championship, Jakob Piil
Stages 4 & 7 2001 Tour de France, Laurent Jalabert
Clásica de San Sebastián, Laurent Jalabert
Fyn Rundt, Nicolaj-Bo Larsen
Overall Hessen Rundfahrt, Michael Blaudzun
Stage 3, Marcelino García
Stage 5, Rheinland-Pfalz Rundfahrt, Danny Jonasson

2002 CSC–Tiscali[edit]

Tour du Haut Var, Laurent Jalabert
Stage 3, Paris–Nice, Laurent Jalabert
CSC Classic, Laurent Jalabert
Overall Tour de Picardie, Michael Sandstød
Stage 1, Michael Sandstød
Stage 14, Giro d'Italia, Tyler Hamilton
 Denmark Individual Time Trial Championship, Michael Sandstød
 Denmark Road Racing Championship, Michael Sandstød
Clásica de San Sebastián, Laurent Jalabert
Danmark Rundt, Jakob Piil
Stage 1, Jakob Piil
Stage 4, Vuelta Ciclista a Burgos, Michael Rasmussen
Coppa Agostoni, Laurent Jalabert
Stage 2, Tour du Poitou Charentes, Nicolas Jalabert
Stage 3, Rheinland-Pfalz Rundfahrt, Geert van Bondt
Paris–Tours, Jakob Piil

2003 Team CSC[edit]

Stage 3, International Tour of Rhodos, Thomas Bruun Eriksen
Internationale Niedersachsen-Rundfahrt, Nicolas Jalabert
Liège–Bastogne–Liège, Tyler Hamilton
CSC Classic, Jakob Piil
Overall Tour de Romandie, Tyler Hamilton
Stage 5, Tyler Hamilton
Stage 2 Four Days of Dunkirk, Lars Michaelsen
Stage 5 Peace Race, Thomas Bruun Eriksen
Wachovia Cycling Series – Lancaster, Jakob Piil
Wachovia Cycling Series – Trenton, Julian Dean
 Denmark Individual Time Trial Championship, Michael Blaudzun
 Denmark Road Racing Championship, Nicki Sørensen
Stage 10, 2003 Tour de France, Jakob Piil
Stage 13, 2003 Tour de France, Carlos Sastre
Stage 16, 2003 Tour de France, Tyler Hamilton
Tour de Wallonie 2.3,  Belgium, Julian Dean
Stages 4 & 5, Julian Dean
Stage 2, Internationale Hessen-Rundfahrt, Lars Michaelsen
Stage 2, Circuit Franco-Belge, Julian Dean
Firenze-Pistoria, Andrea Peron

2004 Team CSC[edit]

2005 Team CSC[edit]

GP Ouverture la Marseillaise, Nicki Sørensen
Overall Tour of Qatar, Lars Michaelsen
Stage 3, Lars Michaelsen
Stage 3, Etoile de Bességes, Jens Voigt
Overall Tour Méditeranéen, Jens Voigt
Stages 1 & 3, Tour Méditeranéen, Jens Voigt
Stage 4 (TTT)[1]
Overall Critérium International, Bobby Julich
Stage 3, Bobby Julich
Stage 4, Tour de Georgia, Brian Vandborg
GP Herning, Michael Blaudzun
Stage 4 Bayern-Rundfahrt, Jens Voigt
 Denmark Individual Time Trial Championship, Michael Blaudzun
 Luxembourg Individual Time Trial Championship, Andy Schleck
 Russia Individual Time Trial Championship, Vladimir Gusev
 Denmark Road Racing Championship, Lars Bak
 Luxembourg Road Racing Championship, Fränk Schleck
Stage 4, Sachsen-Tour International, Allan Johansen
Stage 5, Sachsen-Tour International, Christian Müller
LuK Challenge Chrono Bühl, Bobby Julich and Jens Voigt
Overall Danmark Rundt, Ivan Basso
Stages 1, 2, 3 & 5, Ivan Basso
Tour de l'Avenir, Lars Bak
Stage 1, Lars Bak
Stage 5, Christian Müller
Paris–Bourges, Lars Bak
Overall Paris–Nice, Bobby Julich
Prologue, Jens Voigt
Stage 5 Tour of the Basque Country, Jens Voigt
Stage 8, Giro d'Italia, David Zabriskie
Stages 17 & 18 Giro d'Italia Ivan Basso
Stage 7 Tour de Suisse, Linus Gerdemann
Stage 1 Tour de France, David Zabriskie
Overall Eneco Tour, Bobby Julich
Stage 7, Bobby Julich
Stage 18 Vuelta a España, Nicki Sørensen

2006 Team CSC[edit]

Stage 2 (TTT), Settimana Ciclistica Internazionale[2]
Overall, Critérium International, Ivan Basso
Stage 2, Ivan Basso
Stage 2b, Circuit de la Sarthe, Ivan Basso
Klasika Primavera, Carlos Sastre
Stage 1, Tour de Georgia, Lars Michaelsen
GP Herning, Allan Johansen
Overall, Tour de Luxembourg, Christian Vande Velde
Stage 1, Allan Johansen
Overall, Ster Elektrotoer, Kurt Asle Arvesen
Stage 4, Ster Elektrotoer, Jens Voigt
 Australia Individual Time Trial Championship, Peter Luttenberger
 Denmark Individual Time Trial Championship, Brian Vandborg
 Norway Individual Time Trial Championship, Kurt Asle Arvesen
  Switzerland Individual Time Trial Championship, Fabian Cancellara
Stages 3 & 5, Sachsen Tour, Andy Schleck
Stage 2, Paris–Corrèze, Marcus Ljungqvist
Overall, Danmark Rundt, Fabian Cancellara
Stages 2 & 5, Fabian Cancellara
Rund um die Hainleite, Jens Voigt
Giro Bochum, Jens Voigt
Overall, Tour of Britain, Martin Pedersen
Stage 1, Martin Pedersen
 United States Time Trial Championship, David Zabriskie
Stage 2 & 5, 3-Länder-Tour, Karsten Kroon
Stage 4, 3-Länder-Tour, Luke Roberts
World Time Trial Championships, Fabian Cancellara
Prologue Paris–Nice, Bobby Julich
Stage 5 (ITT) Tirreno–Adriatico, Fabian Cancellara
Paris–Roubaix, Fabian Cancellara
Amstel Gold Race, Fränk Schleck
Overall Giro d'Italia, Ivan Basso
Stage 5 (TTT)[3]
Stages 8, 16 & 20 Giro d'Italia, Ivan Basso
Stage 1 Volta a Catalunya, Fabian Cancellara
Prologue & Stage 3 Critérium du Dauphiné Libéré, David Zabriskie
Eindhoven Team Time Trial, Team CSC[4]
Stage 13 Tour de France, Jens Voigt
Stage 15 Tour de France, Fränk Schleck
Overall Deutschland Tour, Jens Voigt
Stages 2, 6 & 7, Jens Voigt
Stage 1 (TTT) Vuelta a España, Team CSC[5]

2007 Team CSC[edit]

2008 Team CSC / CSC–Saxo Bank[edit]

Stages 1 & 5 Tour de San Luis, Juan José Haedo
Prologue Tour of California, Fabian Cancellara
Stage 1 Tour of California, Juan José Haedo
Clasica de Almeria, Juan José Haedo
Stage 3 Vuelta Ciclista a Murcia, Juan José Haedo
Monte Paschi Eroica, Fabian Cancellara
Overall Tirreno–Adriatico, Fabian Cancellara
Stage 5, Fabian Cancellara
Milan - San Remo, Fabian Cancellara
Stage 2 Vuelta a Castilla y León, Karsten Kroon
E3 Prijs Vlaanderen, Kurt Asle Arvesen
2008 Critérium International, Jens Voigt
Stage 2, Tour de Georgia, Juan José Haedo
Rund um den Henninger Turm, Karsten Kroon
Stage 18, Giro d'Italia, Jens Voigt
Prologue, Skoda-Tour de Luxembourg, Fabian Cancellara
Stage 1, Skoda-Tour de Luxembourg, Juan José Haedo
Philadelphia International Championship, Matti Breschel
Stage 1, Ster Elektrotoer, Matti Breschel
  Switzerland Individual Time Trial Championship, Fabian Cancellara
 Denmark Individual Time Trial Championship, Lars Bak
 Denmark Road Racing Championship, Nicki Sørensen
 Luxembourg Road Racing Championship, Fränk Schleck
 Norway Road Racing Championship, Kurt Asle Arvesen
Stage 2, Tour of Austria, Chris Anker Sørensen
Jersey yellow.svg Overall Tour de France, Carlos Sastre
Stage 11, Kurt Asle Arvesen
Stage 17, Carlos Sastre
Stage 5, Sachsen-Tour International, Karsten Kroon
Stages 2 & 3, Post Danmark Rundt, Matti Breschel
Stage 5 Post Danmark Rundt Gustav Larsson
Stage 6, Post Danmark Rundt Juan José Haedo
Olympic Games Individual Time Trial Championship, Fabian Cancellara
Stage 2, Tour of Britain, Matthew Goss
Stage 21, Vuelta a España, Matti Breschel
Overall Herald Sun Tour, Stuart O'Grady
Prologue & Stage 1 Herald Sun Tour, Matthew Goss
Stages 2 & 5, Herald Sun Tour, Stuart O'Grady
Stage 6 Critérium du Dauphiné Libéré, Chris Anker Sørensen
Stages 7 & 9 Tour de Suisse, Fabian Cancellara
Overall Tour de Pologne, Jens Voigt
Stage 6, Jens Voigt

2009 Team Saxo Bank[edit]

2010 Team Saxo Bank[edit]

Stage 4 Bay Cycling Classic, Baden Cooke
Berlin Six Days, Alex Rasmussen
Berlin Six Days, Michael Mørkøv
København Six Days, Michael Mørkøv
København Six Days, Alex Rasmussen
Overall Tour of Oman, Fabian Cancellara
Tour de Mumbai II, Juan José Haedo
Stage 4 Vuelta a Andalucía, Alex Rasmussen
Dwars door Vlaanderen, Matti Breschel
Stage 4 Volta Ciclista a Catalunya, Jens Voigt
World Track Championships (Scratch), Alex Rasmussen
E3 Harelbeke, Fabian Cancellara
Stage 7 Volta Ciclista a Catalunya, Juan José Haedo
Ronde van Vlaanderen, Fabian Cancellara
Paris–Roubaix, Fabian Cancellara
Stage 3 Tour de Romandie, Richie Porte
Stage 1 & 3 Four days of Dunkirk, Alex Rasmussen
Stage 8 Giro d'Italia, Chris Anker Sørensen
Stage 21 Giro d'Italia, Gustav-Erik Larsson
Jersey white.svg Young rider classification Giro d'Italia, Richie Porte
Stage 2 Tour de Luxembourg, Fränk Schleck
Stage 2 Critérium du Dauphiné, Juan José Haedo
Overall Tour de Suisse, Fränk Schleck
Stage 1, Fabian Cancellara
Stage 3, Fränk Schleck
 Sweden National Time Trial Championship, Gustav Larsson
 Denmark National Time Trial Championship, Jakob Fuglsang
 Luxembourg National Time Trial Championship, Andy Schleck
 Poland National Time Trial Championship, Jarosław Marycz
 Denmark National Road Race Championship, Nicki Sørensen
 Luxembourg National Road Race Championship, Fränk Schleck
Stage 1 Vuelta Ciclista a la Comunidad de Madrid, Gustav Larsson
Jersey yellow.svg Overall Tour de France, Andy Schleck
Jersey white.svg Young rider classification, Andy Schleck
Prologue Tour de France, Fabian Cancellara
Stage 8 Tour de France, Andy Schleck
Stage 17, Andy Schleck
Stage 19, Fabian Cancellara
Overall Post Danmark Rundt, Jakob Fuglsang
Stage 3, Matti Breschel
Overall Tour du Limousin, Gustav Larsson
Stage 2, Gustav Larsson
World Time Trial Championships, Fabian Cancellara
Amstel Curaçao Race: Fränk Schleck
 Denmark National Track Championships (Madison), Alex Rasmussen
 Denmark National Track Championships (Madison), Michael Mørkøv

2011 Saxo Bank–SunGard[edit]

2012 Team Saxo Bank / Saxo Bank–Tinkoff Bank[edit]

2013 Saxo–Tinkoff[edit]

2014 Tinkoff–Saxo[edit]

2015 Tinkoff–Saxo[edit]

2016 Tinkoff[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Stage 4 results at CyclingNews.com – With the team of Lars Bak, Vladimir Gusev, Bobby Julich, Luke Roberts, Fränk Schleck, Nicki Sørensen, Jens Voigt and David Zabriskie.
  2. ^ Startlist at CyclingStartLists – With the team of David Zabriskie, Jakob Piil, Volodymyr Hustov, Nicki Sørensen, Michael Blaudzun, Kasper Klostergaard, Giovanni Lombardi and Peter Luttenberger.
  3. ^ The nine riders were: Ivan Basso, Michael Blaudzun, Íñigo Cuesta, Volodymyr Hustov, Bobby Julich, Giovanni Lombardi, Carlos Sastre, Nicki Sørensen, Jens Voigt.
  4. ^ The riders were: Lars Bak, Michael Blaudzun, Bobby Julich, Christian Müller, Stuart O'Grady, Brian Vandborg, Jens Voigt, and David Zabriskie.
  5. ^ The nine riders were: Kurt Asle Arvesen, Lars Bak, Fabian Cancellara, Íñigo Cuesta, Stuart O'Grady, Volodymyr Hustov, Marcus Ljungqvist, Carlos Sastre, Nicki Sørensen.
  6. ^ The eight riders were: Michael Blaudzun, Matthew Goss, Bobby Julich, Marcus Ljungqvist, Luke Roberts, Nicki Sørensen, Christian Vande Velde and David Zabriskie.

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