|1.||2007||Discovery Channel Pro Cycling Team||79||545|
|2.||2008||Francaise des Jeux||156||390|
|3.||2009||Francaise des Jeux||27||800|
|6.||2012||Lotto Belisol Team||609||92|
|7.||2013||Omega Pharma - Quick-Step Cycling Team||590||97|
|8.||2014||Omega Pharma - Quick Step Cycling Team||515||147|
|9.||2015||Etixx - Quick Step||302||288|
|10.||2016||Etixx - Quick Step||343||224|
|11.||2017||Fortuneo - Vital Concept||0||1941|
Gianni Meersman (born 5 December 1985) is a Belgian former professional road bicycle racer for Quick-Step Floors. In 2012, he rode for UCI ProTeam Lotto–Belisol. After stage 3 of the 2007 Tour de Georgia, Meersman was forced to abandon the race due to a severe case of patella tendinitis. He treated the riders of the Grand Peloton, a charity fundraiser ride, to his presence as the Peloton Captain of the "Blue Peloton".
Meersman finally came to Grand Tour prominence, after 10 years as a professional racer, at the 2016 Vuelta a España winning two stages in bunch sprints. During the race, Fortuneo–Vital Concept announced that Meersman had agreed a one-year contract with the team for 2017. However, a diagnosis of cardiac arrhythmia and scar tissue on his heart forced Meersman to announce his retirement on December 30, 2016.