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Riders Profile: Yaroslav Popovych

3 Fans

6 Interviews

Je devrais intèrgrer le staff ...

Velo-Club, Anthony Orard, 28 March 2016
Posted by: Bitossi

C'est ma dernière saison dans le peloton.

Happy to be back riding for Bruyneel and Astana.

RoadBike, Lynel Amoureux, 30 April 2009
Posted by: Bitossi

Yaroslav Popovych has a rich history riding for Johan Bruyneel, General Manager of the Astana Cycling Team. In Popovych’s first year at Discovery Channel, the Ukranian won the Tour de France’s white jersey, honoring the Best Young Rider, while helping Lance Armstrong win a record setting seventh Tour title. His Tour de France success continued with a stage win in 2006 and a personal best eighth place overall finish in 2007, while helping teammate Alberto Contador win the leader’s yellow jersey.

"the longer you live the more you will learn"

astana-cyclingteam.com, Cathy Mehl, 2 April 2009
Posted by: lucybears

'Popo" has long been a crowd favorite with Johan Bruyneel's teams. He's always laughing and smiling and seems to enjoy his time with friends and family. Two years ago when I first interviewed Popo we used team massage therapist Elvio Barcella to translate for us, and this time I set it up to do again.

"My main aim is to help Cadel to win the Tour de France"

cyclingheroes.info, René Schuijlenburg, 19 February 2008
Posted by: lucybears

Yaroslav Popovych signed with Belgian Pro - Tour team Silence - Lotto for 2008. The Ukranian rider is aiming for the Olympics in Beijing but he also has other ambitions...

Renewed focus

cyclingnews.com, Brecht Decaluwé, 15 July 2006
Posted by: lucybears

Ukrainian Yaroslav Popovych revived Discovery Channel's fortunes by winning the 12th stage into blazing hot Carcassonne. Popo got into the winning break of four after 100 km, and attacked them with three kilometres left to win the stage alone.

L'interview de Popovych

Vélo Club, Oscar, 16 December 2004
Posted by: Seb66

Le champion ukrainien Yaroslav Popovych, rentré depuis peu du Texas où il a effectué son premier stage avec la nouvelle équipe Discovery Channel, a évoqué son programme pour la saison prochaine, dans lequelle son rendez-vous principal sera le Tour de France. Si on considère les bruits qui circulent ces derniers temps sur l’éventuel forfait d'Armstrong dans la grande boucle en 2005, on peut se demander si Johan Bruyneel ne veut pas anticiper le destin et donner au champion ukrainien le rôle de leader sur la plus prestigieuse courses par étapes du calendrier.

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