|3.||1990||Lotto - Super Club||1444||19|
|4.||1991||Lotto - Super Club||1698||11|
|6.||1993||GB - MG Magflicio||2228||6|
|8.||1995||Mapei - GB||2113||6|
|9.||1996||Mapei - GB||2411||4|
|10.||1997||Mapei - GB||1238||22|
|11.||1998||Mapei - Bricobi||804||52|
|12.||1999||Mapei - Quick Step||1153||29|
|13.||2000||Mapei - Quick Step||900||50|
|14.||2001||Domo - Farm Frites - Latexco||630||83|
|15.||2002||Domo - Farm Frites||1370||18|
|16.||2003||Quick Step - Davitamon||343||190|
|17.||2004||Quick Step - Davitamon||296||212|
Johan Museeuw (born 13 October 1965) is a retired Belgian professional road racing cyclist who was a professional from 1988 until 2004. Nicknamed The Lion of Flanders, he was particularly successful in the cobbled classics of Flanders and Northern France and was considered one of the best classic races specialists of the 1990s.
He won both the Tour of Flanders and Paris–Roubaix three times and was road world champion in 1996. Other notable career achievements include two individual stage wins in the Tour de France, two final classifications of the UCI Road World Cup, two national road race championships and several classic cycle races. In 1996 he received the Vélo d'Or, awarded annually to the rider considered to have performed the best over the year.