Faren Honda Team
- 2012 - Faren Honda Team
- 2011 - SC Mcipollini Giordana
- 2009 - Vision 1 Racing
- 2008 - Team Halfords Bikehut
- 2007 - Raleigh Lifeforce Creation HB Pro Cycling Team
- 2006 - Univega Pro Cycling Team
- 2005 - Safi - Pasta Zara Manhattan
- 2004 - Safi - Pasta Zara Manhattan
- 2003 - Ausra Gruodis - Safi
- 2002 - Deia - Pragma - Colnago
- 2001 - Acca Due O - Lorena Camicie
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