Alina Moiseeva (17 y/o) gets her first victory at the GP Manavgat

The turkish one day race was the first appointment of the Asian UCI calendar

Podium of the GP Manavgat with (from left), Diana Klimova, Alina Moiseeva and the Uzbek Sofiya Karimova. Velo Alanya / Yucel Cakiroglu

The new generation of riders is coming with a strong and shameless pedal stroke at the women’s cycling too. That’s the case of the winner last sunday at the GP Manavgat, Alina Moiseeva, the young russian who defeated all the bunch at the final massive sprint in the turkish city, giving Lokosphinx its first victory of the season. The russian team dominated the at the finish line with 4 riders in the top ten:

Sofiya Karimova, Valeria Valgonen, Anhelina Krasko, Diana Klimova, Inna Abaidullina, Maryna Ivaniuk, Alina Moiseeva, Hanna Vasilkova
From left Sofiya Karimova, Inna Abaidullina, Anhelina Krasko, Diana Klimova, Valeria Valgonen, Maryna Ivaniuk, Alina Moiseeva and Hanna Vasilkova at the final sprint. Velo Alanya / Yucel Cakiroglu
1.-Alina Moiseeva (Lokosphinx) 2:26:26″
2.-Diana Klimova (Roland Cogeas Edelweiss)
3.-Sofiya Karimova
4.-Mariia Miliaeva (Lokosphinx)
5.-Hanna Vasilkova
6.-Inna Abaidullina (Lokosphinx)
7.-Maryna Ivaniuk (Servetto Makhymo Beltrami TSA)
8.-Valeria Valgonen (Lokosphinx)
9.-Anhelina Krasko (Minsk)
10.-Anzhela Solovyeva (Kazakhstan)
11.-Katerina Velychko
12.-Iryna Chuyankova (Minsk)
13.-Viktoriia Yaroshenko
14.-Nafosat Kozieva (Tashkent City)
15.-Tatiana Antoshina (Russia)
16.-Regina Zharapova (Russia)
17.-Valeriya Kononenko (Ukraine)
18.-Karina Abdrazkhmanova (Kazakhstan)
19.-Hanna Kalashnikava
20.-Olena Sharga (Ukraine)
21.-Daria Malkova (Russia)
22.-Maria Rostovtseva (Russia)
23.-Alina Abramenko (Minsk)
24.-Anna Mishina (Lokosphinx)
25.-Alena Bolotova (Inex Siberian Team)
GP Manavgat Top 25
Full race video

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