Wins 2019

Vuelta a España stage 21 - Fabio Jakobsen
Vuelta a España stage 19 - Remi Cavagna
Vuelta a España stage 17 - Philippe Gilbert
Vuelta a España stage 12 - Philippe Gilbert
Vuelta a España stage 4 - Fabio Jakobsen

Izegem Koers - Yves Lampaert

Deutschland Tour stage 3 - Kasper Asgreen

Cyclassics Hamburg - Elia Viviani

BinckBank Tour stage 5 - Alvaro Hodeg

European Championship Road - Elia Viviani
European Championship Time Trial - Remco Evenepoel

Pan American Games - Maximiliano Richeze

Prudential RideLondon Surrey Classic - Elia Viviani
Clasica San Sebastian - Remco Evenepoel

Adriatica Ionica Race stage 4 - Alvaro Hodeg
Adriatica Ionica Race stage 3 - Remco Evenepoel
Adriatica Ionica Race stage 1 - Alvaro Hodeg

Tour de France stage 13 - Julian Alaphilippe
Tour de France stage 4 - Elia Viviani
Tour de France stage 3 - Julian Alaphilippe

National championship road Luxembourg - Bob Jungels
National championship road Denmark - Michael Morkov
National championship road The Netherlands - Fabio Jakobsen

National championship TT Luxembourg - Bob Jungels
National championship TT Denmark - Kasper Asgreen

Heistse Pijl - Alvaro Hodeg

Tour de Suisse stage 8 - Yves Lampaert
Tour de Suisse stage 5 - Elia Viviani
Tour de Suisse stage 4 - Elia Viviani

Baloise Belgium Tour overall - Remco Evenepoel
Baloise Belgium Tour stage 2 - Remco Evenepoel

Criterium du Dauphiné stage 6 - Julian Alaphilippe

Hammer Series Limburg - Deceuninck - Quick-Step
Hammer Sprint Limburg - Deceuninck - Quick-Step
Hammer Climb Limburg - Deceuninck - Quick-Step

Gullegem Koerse - Yves Lampaert

Tour of Norway stage 2 - Alvaro Hodeg
Hammer Sprint Stavanger - Deceuninck - Quick-Step

Tour of California stage 4 - Fabio Jakobsen
Tour of California stage 3 - Remi Cavagna
Tour of California stage 2 - Kasper Asgreen

National road championships Argentina  -  Maximiliano Richeze

Fleche Wallone - Julian Alaphilippe

Tour of Turkey stage 3 - Fabio Jakobsen

Paris-Roubaix -  Philippe Gilbert
Scheldeprijs - Fabio Jakobsen

Vuelta al Pais Vasco stage 2 - Julian Alaphilippe

E3 BinckBank Classic - Zdenek Stybar
Milano-Sanremo - Julian Alaphilippe

Tirreno-Adriatico stage 6 - Julian Alaphilippe
Tirreno-Adriatico stage 3 - Elia Viviani
Tirreno-Adriatico stage 2 - Julian Alaphilippe

Strade Bianche - Julian Alaphilippe

Le Samyn - Florian Senechal
Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne - Bob Jungels
Omloop het Nieuwsblad - Zdenek Stybar

UAE Tour stage 5 - Elia Viviani

Volta ao Algarve stage 5 - Zdenek Stybar
Volta ao Algarve stage 1 - Fabio Jakobsen

Tour de la Provence stage 3 - Philippe Gilbert

Tour Colombia stage 5 - Julian Alaphilippe
Tour Colombia stage 4 - Bob Jungels
Tour Colombia stage 2 - Alvaro Hodeg

Vuelta a San Juan stage 3 - Julian Alaphilippe
Vuelta a San Juan stage 2 - Julian Alaphilippe

Cadel Evans Road Race - Elia Viviani

Sixdays of Bremen - Iljo Keisse (+ Jasper de Buyst)

Tour Down Under stage 1 - Elia Viviani

Palmares

Since its inception, the team has scored 700 UCI victories, including 19 Monuments, 4 Road World Championships, 6 ITT Road World Championships, 4 TTT World Championships, 2 World Cups and an Olympic Title. 

Complete palmares

History

The roots of the Deceuninck - Quick-Step Cycling Team heritage took hold in the team’s debut year during the 2003 season, under the name Quick Step-Davitamon. Important numbers of success have made the team one of the most recognized and established outfits in the world. 

Read the full history of the team