ASTANA WOMEN'S TEAM RIDERS & NEWS

MARIE SOLEIL BLAIS AMILIYA ISKAKOVA
MARINA KURNOSSOVA BLANCA LILIANA MORENO CANCHON
SVETLANA PACHSHENKO ELENA PIRRONE
FAINA POTAPOVA JEYDY PRADERA BERNAL
CAROLINA RODRIGUEZ GUTIERREZ NATALYA SAIFUTDINOVA
LIZBETH YARELI SALAZAR VAZQUEZ OLGA SHEKEL
ARLENIS SIERRA MAKHABBAT UMUTZHANOVA

Yareli Salazar to lead Astana Women's Team at Brabantse Pijl

Astana Women's Team is ready to tackle the Brabantse Pijl. The Italian-Kazahk team will be at the start line of the race with five riders. Read more...

Arlenis Sierra headlines Astana at Tour of Flanders

Arlenis Sierra is set to continue her role as Astana's leader in the Classic season at the Tour of Flanders. Read more...

Arlenis Sierra to captain Astana in Dwars door Vlaanderen

Astana's Arlenis Sierra will return to Dwars door Vlaanderen with the intentions of taking another good final result and finish-off the preparations for the Tour of Flanders. Read more...

Arlenis Sierra to lead Astana at Driedaagse Brugge-De Panne and Gent-Wevelgem

Arlenis Sierra is set to lead Astana at the upcoming Driedaagse Brugge-De Panne and the Gent-Wevelgem. Read more...

Astana Women's Team ready to face first edition of Nokere Koerse

Astana Women's Team is ready to face its first race of the year in Europe at the Danilith Nokere Koerse. Read more...

Astana Women's Team to start European season in Le Samyn des Dames

Astana Women's Team is set to start its European season in Le Samyn des Dames in Belgium. This will also be the first Flemish one-day race for Elena Pirrone. Read more...

Oscar Quiroz and Liliana Moreno take road titles at Colombian championships

Oscar Quiroz (Coldeportes Strongman) has taken the victory of the road race at the Colombian national championships. Astana's Liliana Moreno took the win in the women's race. Read more...

Arlenis Sierra closes Australian campaign with Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race victory

Astana's Arlenis Sierra has won the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race. The Cuban rider crossed the finish line 19 seconds ahead of Lucy Kennedy and Amanda Spratt. Read more...




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