Oleksandr Fedenko

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Oleksandr Fedenko Road cycling
To person
Full name Oleksandr Oleksandrovytsch Fedenko
Date of birth 20th December 1970
nation UkraineUkraine Ukraine
discipline Road , rail
Team (s)
De Nardi-Pasta Montegrappi (SLO)
Liquigas-Pata (ITA)
De Nardi-Pasta Montegrappi (SLO)
Most important successes
World championships
silver Team pursuit 1997
World Champion Team Pursuit 1998
World Champion Team pursuit 2001
Olympic games
silver Team Pursuit 2000

Oleksandr Oleksandrowytsch Fedenko ( Ukrainian Олександр Олександрович Феденко ; born December 20, 1970 in Kiev ) is a former Ukrainian cyclist .

In 1995 Oleksandr Fedenko won the Tour of Serbia . Two years later he was runner-up in the team pursuit at the UCI Track World Championships in 1997 in Perth , together with Oleksandr Symonenko , Oleksandr Klymenko and Serhij Matwjejew . In the same year he became military runner-up in the individual time trial and won a stage of the Settimana Ciclistica Lombarda . In 1998 he was in Bordeaux together with Symonenko, Matwjejew and Ruslan Pidhornyj world champion in the team pursuit. The following year he won the national road race title .

At the Olympic Games in Sydney in 2000 , the Ukrainian team made up of Fedenko, Symonenko, Matvjejew and Serhij Tschernjawskyj won the silver medal; In the two-man team driving Fedenko finished ninth with Wassyl Jakowlew and in the road race place 42. At the end of his active cycling career, Fedenko was a second time world champion in the team pursuit in Antwerp , together with Symonenko, Tschernjawskyj and Lyubomyr Polatajko .

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