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Paolini and Kolobnev will lead the team in Strade Bianche and Roma Maxima while Egor Silin and Sergei Chernetskii will get their chance in tomorrow's GP Camaiore

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ALEXANDR KOLOBNEV

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ANGEL VICIOSO

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EDUARD VORGANOV

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GP CAMAIORE

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KATUSHA ALPECIN

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LUCA PAOLINI

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MAXIM BELKOV

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ROMA MAXIMA

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RUDIGER SELIG

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SERGEY CHERNETSKIY

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STRADE BIANCHE

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VLADIMIR GUSEV

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YURY TROFIMOV

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05.03.2014 @ 19:09 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

Katusha will line up strong teams for this week's three Italian one-day races. While Egor Silin and Sergei Chernetskii will be the captains in tomorrow's GP Camaiore, Alexandr Kolobnev and Luca Paolini will fine-tune their classics condition in the weekend's Strade Bianche and Roma Maxima.

 

Katusha will be busy the coming days when they line up strong teams for the Italian one-day races this week.

 

It all kicks off tomorrow with the GP Camaiore where the team hopes to see Egor Silin and Sergey Chernetskii come to the fore on the hilly course. Both have shown excellent form recently and wwith Yury Trofimov, Eduard Vorganov, and Angel Vicioso also on hand, the team has a number of cards to play in the difficult race. Aliaksandr Kuchynski and Maxim Belkov complete the roster.

 

For Saturday's Strade Bianche which takes place on the famous gravel roads, the team will bring in classics riders Luca Paolini and Alexandr Kolobnev as well as Vladimir Gusev and sprinter Rudiger Selig in replacement for Silin, Chernetskii, and Trofimov.

 

For Sunday's Roma Maxima which usually ends in a reduced bunch sprint, the team will line up the same 8 riders on a course that could suit Paolini well.

 

GP Camaiore:

Maxim Belkov, Sergei Chernetckii, Aliaksandr Kuchynski, Egor Silin, Iurii Trofimov, Angel Vicioso and Eduard Vorganov

 

Strade Bianche:

Maxim Belkov, Vladimir Gusev, Alexander Kolobnev, Aliaksandr Kuchynski, Luca Paolini, Rüdiger Selig, Angel Vicioso and Eduard Vorganov.

 

Roma Maxima:

Maxim Belkov, Vladimir Gusev, Alexander Kolobnev, Aliaksandr Kuchynski, Luca Paolini, Rüdiger Selig, Angel Vicioso and Eduard Vorganov.

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