Colombia

Sergio Henao

Age
34
Height
1.69M
Time with the INEOS Grenadiers
10 Years
Speciality
Climber Stage racer

Biography

Sergio Henao enjoyed arguably the biggest year of his career in 2017, clinching Paris-Nice, a national title and forming part of a winning Tour de France squad.

Henao capped his return from a near-career-ending injury with victory at the Race to the Sun. Doing so in his national jersey made victory all the sweeter for Sergio, who supported Chris Froome to victory a few months later at the Tour. He'll be after more success this year.
  • 2008

    • Vuelta a Colombia under-23
      • 1st overall

      • 2 stage wins

  • 2009

    • GP du Portugal
      • 1st overall

      • 1st stage 3

    • Cinturon a Mallorca
      • 1st overall

    • Coupe des Nations Ville Saguenay
      • 3rd overall

      • 1st stage 3

    • Tour de Beauce
      • 2nd overall

  • 2010

    • Vuelta a Colombia
      • 1st overall

      • 2 stage wins

    • Clasico RCN
      • 2nd overall

      • 1st stage 7

    • Vuelta a Antioquia
      • 2nd overall

      • 1st stage 3

  • 2011

    • Tour of Utah
      • 2nd overall

      • 2 stage wins

    • Vuelta a Colombia
      • 4th overall

  • 2012

    • Giro d'Italia
      • 9th overall

    • Tour de Pologne
      • 3rd overall

    • World Championships Road Race
      • 9th overall

    • Il Lombardia
      • 5th overall

  • 2013

    • Volta ao Algarve
      • 1st stage 3

    • Vuelta al Pais Vasco
      • 3rd overall

      • 1st stage 3

    • Fleche Wallonne
      • 2nd overall

  • 2015

    • Vuelta al Pais Vasco
      • 2nd overall

    • Tour of California
      • 3rd overall

    • Tour de Pologne
      • 1st stage 6

  • 2016

    • Tour Down Under
      • 3rd overall

    • Colombian National Road Championships
      • 2nd overall

    • Paris-Nice
      • 6th overall

    • GP Miguel Indurain
      • 2nd overall

    • Vuelta Ciclista al Pais Vasco
      • 2nd overall

    • Tour de France
      • 12th overall

  • 2017

    • Colombian National Road Championships
      • 1st overall

    • Paris-Nice
      • 1st overall

    • Amstel Gold Race
      • 6th overall

    • Fleche Wallonne
      • 4th overall

  • 2018

    • Colombian National Road Championships
      • 1st overall

    • Colombia Oro y Paz
      • 4th overall

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