- 2009 - Mixed 1
- 2009 - Team Flexpoint
- 2008 - Team Flexpoint
- 2008 - Menikini - Selle Italia
- 2007 - Flexpoint Team
- 2007 - Team Flexpoint
- 2006 - Buitenpoort - Flexpoint Team
- 2005 - Buitenpoort - Flexpoint Team
- 2004 - Team S.A.T.S
- 2003 - Team Aliverti - Kookai - Catalunya
- 2003 - Bik - Power Plate
- 2002 - Vlaanderen - T Interim Ladies Team
- 2001 - Vlaanderen - T Interim Ladies Team
- 2000 - Team Farm Frites - Hartol
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