|3.||1994||Chazal - MBK - König||129||301|
|4.||1995||Chazal - MBK - König||152||264|
|6.||1997||Casino - C'est votre Equipe||439||119|
|7.||1998||Casino - Ag2R||686||70|
|8.||1999||Casino - Ag2R||945||51|
|9.||2000||Ag2r - Décathlon||600||90|
|10.||2001||Ag2r Prévoyance - Décathlon||710||71|
|16.||2009||Letua Cycling Team||23||864|
|17.||2010||CKT TMIT - Champion System||51||681|
|19.||2012||Champion System Pro Cycling Team||5||1411|
Jaan Kirsipuu (born 17 July 1969 in Tartu) is a retired Estonian road bicycle racer, living in Estonia. He spent the majority of his career riding under the management of Vincent Lavenu, initially joining Lavenu's Chazal–Vanille et Mûre team as a stagiaire and staying with the squad in its various incarnations for 12 years, taking a total of 124 race wins for the team. Kirsipuu initially retired at the end of the 2006, but participated in the 2007 Estonian championship, becoming time trial champion for the sixth time. In 2008 he was the manager of Latvian UCI Continental cycling team Rietumu Banka - Rīga. In 2009 he joined Team Giant-Veoila. During his career Kirsipuu took over 130 professional wins. He retired again in 2012, and became a sporting director with the Astana team.
At his peak he was one of Estonia's top athletes and the first Estonian rider to win a stage in the tour de France. He dropped out of the Tour de France 12 times, which is the record. In spite of this, he won multiple stages and wore the yellow jersey for six days in 1999.