Poland

Michal Kwiatkowski

Age
30
Height
1.76M
Time with the INEOS Grenadiers
4 Years
Speciality
All-rounder Stage racer

Biography

One of the classiest riders in the peloton, Michal Kwiatkowski holds a glittering palmares and is one of the sport’s biggest talents, with a world championship, Milan-San Remo and Amstel Gold wins to name just a few of his achievements. Not just a born winner, the Pole is also able to transform himself into a super domestique, helping the team claim Tour de France victory in the last three seasons.

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  • 2009

    • Tour of Slovakia
      • 1st stage 2

  • 2011

    • Driedaagse van West-Vlaanderen
      • 3rd overall

    • Driedaagse De Panne
      • 3rd overall

    • Tour du Poitou Charentes
      • 3rd overall

  • 2012

    • Driedaagse van West-Vlaanderen
      • 1st Prologue

    • Tour de Pologne
      • 2nd overall

  • 2013

    • Volta ao Algarve
      • 2nd overall

    • Tirreno-Adriatico
      • 4th overall

    • Amstel Gold Race
      • 4th overall

    • Fleche Wallonne
      • 5th overall

    • Polish Road Race Championships
      • 1st overall

    • World Team Time Trial Championships
      • 1st overall

  • 2014

    • Trofeo Serra de Tramuntana
      • 1st overall

    • Volta ao Algarve
      • 1st overall

      • 2 stage wins

    • Strade Bianche
      • 1st overall

    • Vuelta al Pais Vasco
      • 2nd overall

    • Fleche Wallonne
      • 3rd overall

    • Liege-Bastogne-Liege
      • 3rd overall

    • Tour de Romandie
      • 1st Prologue

    • Polish Road Race Championships
      • 1st overall

    • Tour of Britain
      • 2nd overall

      • 1st stage 4

    • World Road Race Championships
      • 1st overall

  • 2015

    • Volta ao Algarve
      • 2nd overall

    • Paris-Nice
      • 2nd overall

      • 1st Prologue

    • Amstel Gold Race
      • 1st overall

  • 2016

    • Trofeo Pollenca
      • 2nd overall

    • Trofeo Serra de Tramuntana
      • 2nd overall

    • Tirreno - Adriatico
      • 8th overall

    • E3 Harelbeke
      • 1st overall

    • Vuelta a Espana
      • 1st day in red jersey

  • 2017

    • Volta ao Algarve
      • 2nd overall

    • Strade Bianche
      • 1st overall

    • Milan-San Remo
      • 1st overall

    • Amstel Gold
      • 2nd overall

    • Liege-Bastogne-Liege
      • 3rd overall

    • Polish Time Trial Championships
      • 1st overall

    • Clasica San Sebastian
      • 1st overall

  • 2018

    • Volta ao Algarve
      • 1st overall

      • 2 stages

    • Tirreno-Adriatico
      • 1st overall

    • Criterium du Dauphine
      • 1st prologue

    • Tour de Pologne
      • 1st overall

      • 2 stages

    • World Time Trial Championships
      • 4th overall

  • 2019

    • Paris-Nice
      • 3rd overall

    • Milan-San Remo
      • 3rd overall

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