HIGHLIGHTS YEAR BY YEAR
In his first year at under-23 level, Ganna rides with Viris-Vigevano, before joining Lampre-Merida as a stagiaire. Wins his first race against the clock, the Chrono Champenois, in September.
Riding with Team Colpack, wins a number of races, including the Italian U23 ITT title, and Paris-Roubaix Espoirs. He also wins the individual pursuit world title at the Track Cycling Worlds.
Turns pro with UAE Team Emirates, who had previously been Lampre. No outstanding results on the road, but does finish ninth in the senior European Time Trial championships.
Finishes second overall at the Vuelta a San Juan in January, before winning his second individual pursuit world title in Apeldoorn. Narrowly misses out on the Italian national ITT title by two seconds.
Signs for Team Sky, and immediately wins his first race as a professional, a stage of the Tour de la Provence. Wins his first Italian ITT championship, and a stage of the BinckBank Tour as well.
His breakout year. Wins six time trial events on the road. This includes the World Championships in Imola, plus three at the Giro, where he also wins his first regular road race on home soil.
Continues his dominance against the clock, winning five time trials, including both at the Giro. Powers to his second World Championship title in a row, beating Wout van Aert yet again.