Russian National Road Race Championships

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Ivanov
The champions jersey

The Russian National Road Race Championships are an annual cycling race, which decide on the Russian cycling champion in road racing, across several categories of riders. The event was first held in 1992 and was won by Asiat Saitov. Sergei Ivanov holds the record of most victories with six. The current champion is Eduard Vorganov.

Multiple Winners[edit]

Name Wins Years
Sergei Ivanov 6 1998, 1999, 2000, 2005, 2008, 2009
Asiat Saitov 2 1992, 1995
Dimitri Konyshev 2 1993, 2001
Alexandr Kolobnev 2 2004, 2010


Men[edit]

Elite[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1992 Asiat Saitov Dimitri Konyshev Alexander Timofeev
1993 Dimitri Konyshev Asiat Saitov Viatcheslav Ekimov
1994 Romes Gainetdinov Aisar Gorgos Aleksey Bochkov
1995 Asiat Saitov Viatcheslav Djavanian Andrei Zintchenko
1996 Vassili Davidenko Dimitri Sedun Dimitri Konyshev
1997 Viatcheslav Ekimov Sergei Uslamin Alexander Gontchenkov
1998 Sergei Ivanov Piotr Ugrumov Dimitri Konyshev
1999 Sergei Ivanov Vassili Davidenko Dimitri Sedun
2000 Sergei Ivanov Pavel Tonkov Alexei Sivakov
2001 Dimitri Konyshev Alexei Markov Denis Bondarenko
2002 Oleg Grishkine Andrey Pchelkin Dmitry Gaynitdinov
2003 Alexandre Bazhenov Dimitri Dementiev Oleg Zhukov
2004 Alexandr Kolobnev Mikhail Timochine Andrey Pchelkin
2005 Sergei Ivanov Vladimir Gusev Andrey Pchelkin
2006 Alexander Khatuntsev Alexander Efimkin Evgeni Petrov
2007 Vladislav Borisov Sergey Kolesnikov Yury Trofimov
2008 Sergei Ivanov Alexandre Bazhenov Sergey Klimov
2009 Sergei Ivanov Yury Trofimov Egor Silin
2010 Alexandr Kolobnev Vladimir Gusev Alexander Mironov
2011 Pavel Brutt Eduard Vorganov Yury Trofimov
2012 Eduard Vorganov Alexandr Kolobnev Pavel Brutt
2013 Vladimir Isaichev Vladimir Gusev Andrey Solomennikov

U23[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
2005 Alexander Mironov Evgeni Popov Yury Trofimov
2006 Evgeny Sokolov
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011 Vyatcheslav Kuznetsov Matvey Zubov Maksim Razumov
2012 Anton Vorobyev Konstantin Kuperasov Mikhail Akimov
2013 Roman Katyrin Artur Shaymuratov Gennady Tatarinov

Women[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1993 Goulnara Fatkoulina Svetlana Samokhvalova Nadejda Pachkova
1994 Svetlana Samokhvalova Svetlana Bubnenkova Olga Sokolova
1995 Aleksandra Koliaseva Valentina Polkhanova Svetlana Samokhvalova
1996 Svetlana Bubnenkova Zulfiya Zabirova Aleksandra Koliaseva
1997 Tatjana Kaverina Oksana Tontcheva Valentina Gerasimova
1998 Svetlana Samokhvalova Tatjana Kaverina Svetlana Stepanova
1999 Youlia Razenkova Valentina Gerasimova Olga Slyusareva
2000 Svetlana Bubnenkova Zulfiya Zabirova Julia Martisova
2001 Elena Tchalykh Svetlana Bubnenkova Svetlana Samokhvalova
2002 Svetlana Bubnenkova Valentina Polkhanova Olga Slyusareva
2003 Svetlana Bubnenkova
2004 Svetlana Bubnenkova Olga Sliussareva Yulia Martisova
2005 Julia Martisova Olga Slyusareva Svetlana Bubnenkova
2006 Olga Slyusareva Tatiana Panina Elena Stramoysova
2007 Natalia Boyarskaya Elena Gayun Elena Kuchinskaya
2008 Julia Martisova Yulia Blindyuk Natalia Boyarskaya
2009 Yulia Iliynikh Anna Evseeva Tatiana Panina
2010 Tatiana Antoshina Julia Martisova Larisa Pankova
2011 Aizhan Zhaparova Svetlana Bubnenkova Larisa Pankova
2012 Yulia Blindyuk Anna Potokina Aizhan Zhaparova
2013 Svetlana Stolbova Oxana Kozonchuk Aizhan Zhaparova

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