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"ome riders as, for example, Alexey Tsatevich and Pavel Kochetkov were able to get personal results. Others, like Maxim Belkov and Dmitriy Kozonchuk, were fully dedicated to the team’s interests and did their jobs perfectly."

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09.10.2015 @ 12:59 Posted by David Bruno

Team Katusha finalizes its 2016 season roster by prolonging contracts with four Russian riders. Maxim Belkov, Pavel Kochetkov, Dmitriy Kozonchuk and Alexey Tsatevich will again spend their next season in Team Katusha.
 

Maxim Belkovhad some interesting results in 2015 , including first place in the points and mountain classifications of the Tour de Romandie. Pavel Kochetkov took a nice third podium place in the Tour of Almaty just few days ago. In addition, he did a very strong debut in the Giro d’Italia where he wore the mountains jersey for a few stages.

 

Dmitriy Kozonchuk was one of key team riders in successful races for Team Katusha like Milano – Sanremo, Liège – Bastogne – Liège, Tour of Qatar, Tour of Norway, Tour des Fjords and Tour de Suisse. Alexey Tsatevich took a strong third place in the Trofeo Laigueglia as well as a few stage podiums at the Circuit Cycliste Sarthe and Tour of Alberta.


"Each of these guys has a set of qualities and skills which our team needs. Some riders as, for example, Alexey Tsatevich and Pavel Kochetkov were able to get personal results. Others, like Maxim Belkov and Dmitriy Kozonchuk, were fully dedicated to the team’s interests and did their jobs perfectly. We can see important progress in each of these riders, so I am happy they all stay in Team Katusha. In signing these contracts, we have fully completed our 2016 roster, which will consist of 28 riders," said general managerViacheslav Ekimov.

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