Oleg Kurguskin

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Oleg Kurguskin
Born (1966-04-11) 11 April 1966 (age 50)
Elista, Russian SFSR
Nationality  Russia
Career history
1999-2000
2001
1983, 1986-1991
1992-1993
1994
1995-2007
Ostrów Wlkp. (POL)
Łódź (POL)
Tajfun Elista (CCCP)
Monolit Czerkiessk (RUS)
Żiguli Togliatti (RUS)
Mega Lada Togliatti (RUS)
Individual honours
Team honours
2003 - Winner European Club Champions' Cup

Oleg Kurguskin (Russian: Кургускин, Олег Анатольевич; born 11 April 1966, in Elista)[1] 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.

Honours[edit]

World Championships[edit]

European Championships[edit]

Kurguskin (right) and Emil Saifutdinov (2007)

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References[edit]

  1. ^ www.lubusports.pl. Retrieved on 2009-04-13.

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