1st overall Giro d'Italia 2014
1st overall Vuelta a Espana 2016
1st Tour de France stage, 20, 2013
1st Giro d'Italia stages 16 & 19, 2014; 9, 2017
1st Vuelta a España stage,10, 2016
1st overall Volta a la Comunitat Valenciana 2017
1st overall Volta a Catalunya 2016
1st overall Route de Sud 2012, '16
1st overall Tour de Romandie 2016
1st overall Tirreno–Adriatico 2015, '17
1st overall Vuelta a Burgos 2013-14
1st overall Tour de San Luis 2014
1st overall Tour of the Basque Country 2013
1st overall Vuelta a Murcia 2012
2nd overall Tour de France 2013,'15
2nd overall Tirreno–Adriatico 2014
2nd overall Vuelta Asturias 2017
3rd overall Tour de France 2016
3rd overall Tour of the Basque Country 2016
3rd overall Tour de San Luis 2015, '16
Tour de France King of the Mountains classification 2013
Tour de France young rider classification 2013, '15
Vuelta a Espana combination classification 2016
Things got off to the best possible start for Quintana with a stage and the overall of the Tour de San Luis, which he followed with second place behind Alberto Contador at Tirreno-Adriatico.
Then came the biggest moment in the young Colombian’s career so far: a maiden Grand Tour title at the Giro d’Italia. Having suffered from illness before the race, he came into his own in a final week that was backloaded with mountains. He took the lead on stage 16, which featured a descent of the Stelvio shrouded in fog and controversy, and drove home his advantage on the mountain time trial up Monte Grappa.
He was in the leader’s jersey at the Vuelta a Espana, too, and a three-way tussle with Alberto Contador and Chris Froome was on the cards until a crash on stage 10’s time trial dumped him out of the race with a fractured collarbone.
1st General Classification, 1st Young Rider, 1st Stages 16 & 19, Giro d'Italia
1st General Classification, 1st Mountains Classification, 1st Stage 4, Tour de San Luis
1st General Classification, 1st Mountains Classification, 1st Stage 3, Vuelta a Burgos
2nd General Classification, 1st Young Rider, Tirreno-Adriatico
Quintana’s breakthrough year saw him finish runner-up in the Tour de France behind Chris Froome. He went on the attack at every opportunity in the mountains, notably going toe-to-toe with Froome up Mont Ventoux before winning stage 20 atop the Semnoz to seal second place, the white and polka-dot jerseys. Overall wins in the Veulta a Pais Vasco and the Vuelta a Burgos confirmed his status as one of the brightest emerging stars in stage racing.
2nd General Classification, 1st Young Rider, 1st Mountains Classification, 1st Stage 20, Tour de France
1st General Classification, 1st Points, 1st Stage 4, Tour of the Basque Country
1st General Classification, 1st Stage 5, Vuelta a Burgos
4th General Classification, 1st Stage 3, Volta a Catalunya
Quintana joined Movistar for his first season at World Tour level. He won the Vuelta a Murcia and the Route du Sud, but most memorable was the stage win at the Criterium du Dauphine. With Team Sky and Bradley Wiggins controlling a peloton that also included Cadel Evans, Quintana attacked on the Col de Joux Plane and stayed clear to Morzine.
1st General Classification, 1st Stage 3, Route du Sud
1st General Classification, 1st Stage 1, Vuelta a Murcia
1st Giro dell’Emilia