|1.||2008||Thüringer Energie Team||23||956|
|2.||2009||Thüringer Energie Team||5||1242|
|3.||2010||Thüringer Energie Team||64||601|
|4.||2011||HTC - Highroad||626||86|
|5.||2012||Team Argos - Shimano||1094||35|
|6.||2013||Team Argos - Shimano||1239||25|
|7.||2014||Team Giant - Shimano||1685||15|
|8.||2015||Team Giant - Alpecin||1901||10|
|9.||2016||Team Giant - Alpecin||701||78|
|10.||2017||Trek - Segafredo||837||17|
John Degenkolb (born 7 January 1989) is a German professional road bicycle racer riding for the UCI WorldTeam Trek–Segafredo.
In 2010 he won his first stage race, the Thüringen Rundfahrt der U23, and finished second in the under 23 race at the Road World Championship. His biggest wins to date are the 2015 Milan–San Remo and the 2015 Paris–Roubaix, two of cycling's five monuments. He has also won the 2014 Gent–Wevelgem, ten stages and the points classification at the Vuelta a España, one stage of the Giro d'Italia, two stages of the 2011 Critérium du Dauphiné, the 2013 Vattenfall Cyclassics and the overall winner of the 2012 UCI Europe Tour.