Australia

Rohan Dennis

Age
31
Height
1.82M
Time with the INEOS Grenadiers
1 Years
Speciality
Time trialist Stage racer

Biography

Rohan Dennis quickly settled into life at the Grenadiers in 2020. The Australian's year culminated in some incredible climbing performances at the Giro, helping Tao Geoghegan Hart to victory. Part of an elite club of riders to have worn the yellow, pink and red leader’s jerseys, Dennis also holds a stage victory at all three Grand Tours and is a three-time Australian national time trial champion.

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  • 2012

    • Tour Down Under
      • 5th overall

    • Internationale Thüringen-Rundfahrt U23
      • 1st overall

      • 1st stage 6

  • 2013

    • Critérium du Dauphiné
      • 8th overall

      • 1st Young Rider

    • Tour of Alberta
      • 1st overall

      • 1st stage 3

  • 2014

    • Circuit Cycliste Sarthe
      • 2nd overall

    • Tour of California
      • 2nd overall

      • 1st stage 3

    • Commonwealth Games Time Trial
      • 2nd overall

    • World Championships Time Trial
      • 5th overall

  • 2015

    • Tour Down Under
      • 1st overall

      • 1st stage 3

    • Tour de France
      • 1st stage 1

    • USA Pro Challenge
      • 1st overall

      • 2 stage wins

  • 2016

    • National Time Trial Championship
      • 1st overall

    • Tour of California
      • 2nd overall

      • 1st stage 6

    • Olympic Games time trial
      • 5th overall

    • Tour of Britain
      • 2nd overall

      • 1st stage 7b

    • Eneco Tour
      • 1st stage 2

  • 2017

    • National Time Trial Championship
      • 1st overall

    • Tour Cycliste International La Provence
      • 1st overall

    • Tirreno-Adriatico
      • 2nd overall

      • 1st stage 7

    • Tour of the Alps
      • 1st stage 2

    • Tour de Suisse
      • 2 stage wins

  • 2018

    • National Time Trial Championship
      • 1st overall

    • Abu Dhabi Tour
      • 1st stage 4

    • Tirreno-Adriatico
      • 1st stage 7

    • Giro d'Italia
      • 1st stage 16

      • 16th overall

    • Vuelta a Espana
      • 2 stage wins

    • World Championships Time Trial
      • 1st overall

  • 2019

    • Tour de Suisse
      • 2nd overall

      • 1st stage 1

    • World Championships Time Trial
      • 1st overall

  • 2020

    • Tour Down Under
      • 4th overall

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