|Full name||Serguei Yakovlev
April 21, 1976 |
Temirtau, Karaganda Region, Kazakh SSR
|Height||1.74 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|Weight||62 kg (137 lb)|
|2001||Cantina Tollo–Acqua e Sapone|
|Tour de l'Ain (2000)|
Serguei Yakovlev, (Kazakh: Сергей Яковлев, born April 21, 1976 in Temirtau, Karaganda Region, Soviet Union, now Kazakhstan) is a Kazakhstani (ethnic Russian) professional road bicycle racer. He is currently without a team. He turned professional in 1999 and rode for Besson Chaussures for two seasons, then Acqua & Sapone and then he moved to Team Telekom which became T-Mobile. After fellow Kazakhstani Alexander Vinokourov left T-Mobile at the end of 2005, Yakovlev went with him to Liberty Seguros-Würth team and then the Astana cycling team. Yakovlev's victories include being the national champion of Kazakhstan in 2000, the 2000 edition of the Tour de l'Ain and a stage in the Tour de Suisse.
- "Sergei Yakovlev". trap-friis.dk. Retrieved 2007-08-15.
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