"Alexander Lutsenko"
Alexander Lutsenko
Alexander Lutsenko Net Worth is $1.1 Billion.. Alexey Lutsenko (born 7 September 1992) is a Kazakhstani road race cyclist who rides for the Astana team. In 2012 he won the UCI Under-23 Road Race World Championship.
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Alexander Lutsenko Net Worth is $1.1 Billion.

Alexander Lutsenko Net Worth is $1.1 Billion. Alexey Lutsenko is a Kazakhstani road race cyclist who rides for the Astana team. In 2012 he won the UCI Under-23 Road Race World Championship.
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Alexey Lutsenko: Astana's next big thing

Alexey Lutsenko leads the growing group of Kazakhstan riders at ... Lutsenko is arguably the most successful and most promising Kazakhstan rider since team manager Alexander Vinokourov. He is a key to ...
Posted: July 14, 2018, 2:06 am

Lutsenko wins Oman Tour, Kristoff claims final stage

Kazakh Alexey Lutsenko clinched overall victory at the Tour of Oman as Norwegian Alexander Kristoff won Sunday's sixth and final stage. Kristoff sprinted to victory along the Muscat Corniche, a hair a...
Posted: February 18, 2018, 3:39 am

Kazakh cyclist Lutsenko wins fifth stage of Paris-Nice

Astana's Lutsenko broke away from the peloton 28km from the line to cross 21 seconds ahead of the pursuing pack led by Norway's Alexander Kristoff ahead of Matthews. The mythical Mont Ventoux, with a ...
Posted: March 5, 2018, 4:00 pm

Lutsenko: Dwars door Vlaanderen podium gives me confidence for Flanders

Lutsenko, a great hope at Astana and seen as something of a successor to Alexander Vinokourov as the next star Kazakh rider, was greeted with high fives, cheers, and cries of ‘good job’ as he arrived ...
Posted: March 22, 2017, 12:07 pm

Paris-Nice 2016: Alexey Lutsenko solos to stage five win

Some sprinters, Matthews and Alexander Kristoff (Katusha) remained in that group but Lutsenko foiled them all with a late attack, catching and passing what remained of the day’s break to claim stage v...
Posted: March 10, 2016, 4:00 pm
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