|1.||2000||Mapei - Quick Step||0||1544|
|2.||2001||Mapei - Quick Step||135||392|
|3.||2002||Mapei - Quick Step - Latexco||436||150|
|4.||2003||Quick Step - Davitamon||1241||24|
|5.||2004||Quick Step - Davitamon||1060||36|
|6.||2005||Quick Step - Innergetic||1349||20|
|10.||2009||Team Columbia - HTC||999||30|
|11.||2010||Team HTC - Columbia||1068||29|
|14.||2013||Team Saxo - Tinkoff||694||81|
|15.||2014||Tinkoff - Saxo||731||82|
|16.||2015||Tinkoff - Saxo||517||141|
Michael ('Mick') Rogers (born 20 December 1979) is a retired Australian professional road bicycle racer who competed professionally between 1999 and 2016, for the Mapei–Quick-Step, Quick-Step–Innergetic, Team HTC–Columbia, Team Sky and Tinkoff teams. He is a three-time World Time Trial Champion, winning consecutively in 2003 (after David Millar was stripped for doping), 2004 and 2005, and won Grand Tour stages at the Tour de France and the Giro d'Italia.
In April 2016, Rogers announced via Twitter, that he was being forced to retire from professional cycling due to a congenital heart defect condition which had been worsening.