Another great victory for Katusha Team in the Norwegian competition “Tour des Fjords”: after yesterday's triumph by Sergey Chernetckii, today Alexander Kristoff proved to be the fastest in the massive sprint that decided the second stage, 103 km long from Hjelmeland to Forsand.
For the second time in a row the Russian Team Katusha won the general classification of the Tour des Fjords. Today Katusha’s leader Alexander Kristoff took the double win – he won the 5th and last stage as well as the final overall classification of the race.
The Russian WorldTour Team Katusha is leaving for France for the 2.1 stage race Tour Méditerranéen, which will be held from February 13th to 16th.
This week the Russian WorldTour Team Katusha starts in two stage races of the UCI Europe Tour: Vuelta a Burgos in Spain (August 13th to 17th) and Arctic Race of Norway (August 14th to 17th).
On Tuesday, May 13th, at the first stage on Italian soil of the Tour of Italy 2014, Team Katusha announced its partnership with Zoot Sports. The California-based company is a global leader in endurance sports, providing athletes with the ultimate in training and competition apparel, wetsuits, footwear and accessories.
Perfect teamwork from all of Katusha’s riders became a key point in the team’s success at the second stage of the Tour des Fjords in Norway: getting a strong support from teammates, Alexander Kristoff took a nice victory in the bunch sprint.
The Russian WorldTour Team Katusha starts for the first time in its history in the 2.1 stage race Tour of Slovenia, which will be held from June 19th until June 22nd.
On Sunday, March 30th the Russian Katusha Team will take part in the Belgian classics race Gent – Wevelgem (UCI WorldTour event), which will be held for 76th time.
The Russian WorldTour Team Katusha opens its final two weeks of the 2014 season with the oldest one-day race in the world Milano – Torino. Its first edition was held in 1876. On Wednesday, October 1st, the race will face its 95th edition.
The Russian WorldTour Team Katusha is ready to take part in the 2.1 UCI Europe Tour race l’Eurométropole Tour, which will be held in Belgium on October 2nd to 5th.
The Russian WorldTour Team Katusha will take part in the Italian one-day race Grand Prix Industria Commercio e Artigianato di Prato (UCI 1.1), which will be held on September 21st.
The Russian WorldTour Team Katusha will start the coming days in two one-day races in Belgium and France.
The Russian WorldTour Team Katusha starts the coming days in two stage races, the Bayern Rundfahrt (Germany, UCI 2.HC) and the Tour des Fjords (Norway, UCI 2.1). Both races will be held simultaneously from May 28th until June 1st.
The Russian WorldTour Team Katusha will start on Sunday, April 20th, in the Amstel Gold Race (WorldTour) with the following line-up:
Russian WorldTour Team Katusha is proud to announce its partnership with the Finnish nordic sports brand ONE WAY.
The Russian WorldTour Team Katusha announces the signing of an agreement with Norwegian rider Sven Erik Bystrøm, 22. The agreement with the rider, which is his first professional contract, was signed for two years.
With the results of the recently completed XXII Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, the Russian WorldTour Katusha Team and its Olympians congratulate the National Russian Team with its triumph:
Making it two wins in two days for Katusha Team, Simon Špilak attacked from his breakaway on the Côte de Laffrey and tucked into his time trial position to race 20 kilometers solo into La Mure and claim victory on stage 5. After yesterday’s inspiring win by Iurii Trofimov, Špilak (27) saw a chance of his own to earn his second win of the season, the previous victory coming in the Tour de Romandie last April for the Slovenian rider.
One of the fastest cycling sprinters on Earth, double World Championships medalist and the European sprint champion visited Italy to support the riders of RusVelo road squads and to have a closer look at international road racing in general.
Because of a massive crash at ten kilometers from the finish in Cassino at the Giro d’Italia, three Katusha riders had to abandon the race. Angel Vicioso and Giampaolo Caruso finished the stage in the ambulance. Joaquim Rodriguez finished the race but fractures, revealed later in the Santa Scolastica Hospital of Cassino, made an end of his race, too.