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Ролик был сделан для популяризации велоспорта и мотивации людей . Сделан на трех языках(русский, казахский, английский).
Идея ролика принадлежит Эрику Андерсену. В озвучке ролика приняли участие: Сергей Уфимцев и Самат Кордабай.
Все права на видео и аудио принадлежат их настоящим владельцам.
Огромная благодарность Эрику Андерсену.
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BAZAYEV, Assan > End career
FOMINYKH, Daniil (Continental Team Astana) > Astana Pro Team
IGLINSKIY, Valentin (AG2R La Mondiale) > Astana Pro Team
KOZHATAYEV, Bakhtiyar (Continental Team Astana) > Astana Pro Team (Rumour )
Egor Silin > Katusha
HOOGERLAND, Johnny (Vacansoleil - DCM) > Astana Pro Team (Rumour )
GRIVKO, Andriy - Extension (2014-2015)
KASHECHKIN, Andrey > ???
SEELDRAEYERS Kevin > ???
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Maxim Iglinskiy won the first edition of the Tour of Almaty on Sunday, attacking his 5-man breakaway group with 20km to the finish to cross the line with nobody else in the picture.
Iglinskiy, who started the 186km circuit race for the Kazakhstan National Team, rather than his professional Astana Pro Team, finished with a 30-second advantage over Italian rider Sonny Colbrelli, who beat Kazakhstan's Ruslan Tleubayev in an elite group sprint.
"The organizers put on a very good race for us here today, with a lot of strong international teams who can do really well on a course like this. Our breakaway had some real firepower, but I knew that on the final lap the chasing teams would possibly be able to get across the hill and catch us, so I went out solo to try my legs," Iglinskiy said.
Alexey Lutsenko was also in Iglinskiy's breakaway, but rode safely behind the remaining trio as insurance against any potentially successful chase by the escapees.
"Our chances to win a sprint were really good with Alexey, but against so many sprinters it was a risk we didn't need to wait for, so I put in a big effort despite the hot weather. For 20 minutes I suffered, but at the finish all the pain went away and I was so happy to take this win at home," Iglinskiy said.
Kazakhstan's southern metropolis was slightly warmer than usual on Sunday, with temperatures above 30C and a bright sun. Thousands of fans lined the 31km circuit, while many miliions were able to watch the last hour of competition live on international television.
Astana Pro Team General Manager Alexandr Vinokurov said Sunday's first ever Tour of Almaty was a great success for international cycling in Kazakhstan.
"Our dream to develop cycling in Kazakhstan has come a long way in the last two years, but we knew that without a big event at home it would be difficult to bring the action to the fans. Thanks to our sponsor Astana Motors, the Mayor's office in Almaty, the Kazakh Cycling Federation and KazSport TV we got to show our best side today, and we couldn't be happier. Max rode to a beautiful victory, and millions of people got to see Almaty on international television. We are already excited about how we can make it even bigger and better in 2014," Vinokurov said.
Astana Pro Team PR
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Жаңа жылыңыз құтты болсын!
Happy New Year!
С Новым Годом!
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Tom Copeland, part of the Olympics experts' network
- guardian.co.uk, Monday 30 July 2012 18.33 BST
Kazakhstan rider should be remembered as an exciting cyclist, who rode a good race at London 2012, and not a drugs cheat Alexandr Vinokourov, right, outsprints Rigoberto Urán to win gold in the road race at the London 2012 Games. Photograph: Manan Vatsyayana/AFP/Getty Images
Saturday's men's cycling road race was one that Britain's Mark Cavendish was tipped to win. The whole country certainly thought he should have done so, but instead it was won by Alexandr Vinokourov, a man the Daily Mail dubbed the "nobody from Kazakhstan".
But Vinokourov is no nobody. He took the win with an imperious sprint away from his remaining breakaway companion in the final few hundred metres. He had managed the perfect race up until that point and finished it off in the same fashion, leaving nothing to chance. Read the rest of this entry →
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We wish you all the best! We hope all your dreams will come true! Be healthy and wealthy! And the most important we wish you this year wear the pink jersey instead of this white and win ....
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Top-class team will ride for Roman Kreuziger
Pro Team Astana have unveiled the nine riders who will represent the team at the Giro d’Italia. The squad will be captained by Roman Kreuziger, who will line up alongside Alexandr Dyachenko, Enrico Gasparotto, Tanel Kangert, Evgueny Petrov, Simone Ponzi, Kevin Seeldraeyers, Paolo Tiralongo and Andrey Zeits.
Commenting on the selection, Team Manager Giuseppe Martinelli said: “Choosing the nine starters was not an easy task. Shefer, Sedoun and I waited until the last possible moment so we could assess the condition of each and every rider as well as possible.
“The decision came down to those who have got the best skills for assisting Roman Kreuziger to get a big result. We will be lining up with a really tight squad, which will be aiming above all for the general classification but which will also have the ability to make an impression in the stages.”
Astana directeur sportif Guido Bontempi will take charge of the Giro squad alongside fellow DS Alexandr Shefer, who gave us his view: “Roman Kreuziger is our only captain and, as Mr Martinelli said, all the others will be riding for him. Read the rest of this entry →