Astana Team intends to win all races in 2013 and consists of an excellent squad that is prepared both for one-day and marathon races.
Part of Astana cyclists will start the new season in Santos Down Under Tour that in Australia.
Astana team will be training in Sardinia on December 2-12 and the presentation of the team will take place in Astana on December 13.
Evan Huffman, champion of the United States in U-23 category in time trial and road racing, will ride for Astana in 2013-2014 season.
Vinokourov is going to file a law suit against the magazines that accused him of bribing Alexandre Kolobnev into ceding the victory.
Kazakhstan Agency for Sports and Physical Education will defend and support Kazakhstan athlete even if the alleged bribery is proved.
Kazakhstan Cycling Federation keeps track of the investigation of Vinokourov's case that is conducted by the International Cycling Union.
Kazakhstan cyclist Aleksey Lutsenko became 2012 under 23 world champion at Limburg, Holland.
Fredrik Kessiakoff, Kazakhstan Pro Team Astana cyclist, finished second in the Giro dell’Emilia one-day race in Italy.
Kazakhstan's cyclist Olympic champion Alexandre Vinokourov said that the race could be held in September 2013 in the city of Almaty.
Kazakhstan cyclist Aleksey Lutsenko won the group race at UCI Road World Championship (U-23) held in Holland.
Maksat Ayazbayev, Astana team cyclist, won 2012 Tour of Bulgaria race.
Two Olympic champions weightlifter Ilya Ilyin and cyclist Alexandre Vinokourov will take part in the bike ride to be held in Almaty on September 16, 2012.
If Alexandre Vinokourov agrees it is quit likely that he would become a Majilis (lower chamber) deputy soon.
Kazakhstan’s cyclist and Olympic champion Alexandre Vinokourov is going to take a Master's Degree course at Astana Eurasian National University.
Kazakhstan cyclist Alexandre Vinokourov will be appointed Astana cycling team's general manager this September.
Kazakhstan’s cyclist and 2012 Olympic champion Alexandre Vinokourov was honored in Petropavlovsk on August 23.
Akim (Mayor) of Almaty city Akhmetzhan Yessimov congratulated Vinokourov on his victory at the Olympics.
Kazakhstan cyclist and Olympic champion Alexandre Vinokourov is going to have farewell ceremony to celebrate his retirement in September.
Alexandre Vinokourov confirmed his intention to retire and told about his future plans at a press-conference in Almaty.