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11 April 1966 |
Elista, Russian SFSR
|1999-2000||Ostrów Wlkp. (POL)|
|1983, 1986-1991||Tajfun Elista (CCCP)|
|1992-1993||Monolit Czerkiessk (RUS)|
|1994||Żiguli Togliatti (RUS)|
|1995-2007||Mega Lada Togliatti (RUS)|
|2003 - Winner||European Club Champions' Cup|
Oleg Kurguskin (Russian: Кургускин, Олег Анатольевич; born 11 April 1966, in Elista) is a Russian motorcycle speedway rider who was a member of Russia team at 2001 and 2005 Speedway World Cup. With Russian club Togliatti he won European Club Champions' Cup in 2003.
Kurguskin was a stand out rider when he was part of the first ever Russian team (still under the Soviet Union flag) to tour Australia in 1990/91. While the team (which included Kurguskin, Rene Aas, Michaił Starostin, Rinat Mardanshin, Rif Saitgareev, Vladimir Trofimov, Viktor Gajdym, Andrei Korolov and Grigori Kharchenko) did not compete in a test against the Australians, they did win most of their matches around the country and won new fans with their professionalism and the way they adapted to the Australian culture.
- Team World Championship (Speedway World Team Cup and Speedway World Cup)
- Individual U-21 European (=World) Championship
- European Club Champions' Cup
- www.lubusports.pl. Retrieved on 2009-04-13.
- (en) (pl) Oleg Kurguskin at www.lubusports.pl