Mychajlo Chalilov

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Mychajlo Chalilov at the Four Days of Dunkirk 2010

Mychajlo Chalilow ( Ukrainian Михайло Халілов ; born July 3, 1975 in Nikolajew ) is a former Ukrainian cyclist.

As an amateur, Mychajlo Chalilow won two stages of the Circuit Franco-Belge in 1995 ; In 1996 he started at the Olympic Games in Atlanta in the road race , which he did not finish.

In 2000, Chalilow became a professional, initially with Selle Italia , and in the same year decided five stages of the Tour du Faso and the overall standings for himself. In 2005 he won a stage of the Vuelta a Asturias and was Ukrainian road racing champion, the following year he won the title of military world champion in road racing.


two stages Circuit Franco-Belge
Overall ranking and five stages of the Tour du Faso
two stages Tour du Sénégal
a stage Vuelta a Asturias
UkraineUkraine Ukrainian road champion
Hel van het Mergellands
Jersey rainbow.svg Military world champion in road racing
Grand Prix de la Ville de Rennes
a stage Circuit de la Sarthe
Gran Premio Industria e Commercio di Prato
Memorial Cimurri
Coppa Sabatini


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