|1.||2006||Southaustralia.com - AIS||78||565|
|3.||2008||Team CSC Saxo Bank||108||494|
|4.||2009||Team Saxo Bank||477||111|
|5.||2010||Team HTC - Columbia||751||56|
|6.||2011||HTC - Highroad||1231||21|
|10.||2015||MTN - Qhubeka||100||616|
|11.||2016||One Pro Cycling||8||1303|
Matthew Harley Goss (born 5 November 1986) is a former Australian professional road and track racing cyclist, his final professional team before retirement was the UCI Professional Continental team ONE Pro Cycling. He first competed in track cycling before making a transition to the road. He earned a gold medal at the 2006 UCI Track Cycling World Championships in the Team Pursuit event and came in second place at the 2011 World Championships Road race. He also won the 2010 GP Ouest-France, the 2011 Milan–San Remo as well as 2 stages of the Giro d'Italia, among other victories.