Five Rings of Moscow

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The Five Rings of Moscow is a road bicycle racing stage race held annually in Moscow, Russia.[1] It was first run in 1993 and since 2005 has been part of the UCI Europe Tour as a 2.2 category race. The most successful riders are Sergey Firsanov, Andrei Ptchelkine and Ivan Terenine, who have two victories each.

Five Rings of Moscow
Race details
RegionMoscow, Russia
DisciplineRoad race
CompetitionUCI Europe Tour
TypeStage race
First edition1993 (1993)
Editions27 (as of 2021)
First winner Yuri Amelkhin (RUS)
Most wins Sergey Firsanov (RUS)
 Andrei Ptchelkine (RUS)
 Ivan Terenine (RUS)
(2 wins)
Most recent Igor Frolov (RUS)

Past winnersEdit

Year Country Rider Team
1993   Russia Yuri Amelkhin
1994   Russia Alexander Zaitsev
1995   Russia Sergei Kuznetsov
1996   Russia Novel Fadeyev
1997   Russia Oleg Grishkine
1998   Russia Dimitri Galkin
1999   Russia Sergey Koudentsov
2000   Russia Dmitry Gorbachev
2001   Russia Ivan Terenine
2002   Russia Andrei Ptchelkine
2003   Russia Andrei Ptchelkine
2004   Russia Ivan Terenine
2005   Russia Eduard Vorganov Omnibike-Dynamo Moscow
2006   Russia Alexander Khatuntsev Omnibike-Dynamo Moscow
2007   Belarus Aleksandr Kuschynski Belarus national team
2008   Russia Denis Galimzyanov Katusha Continental Team
2009   Russia Timofey Kritsky Katusha Continental Team
2010   Russia Sergey Firsanov Team Designa Køkken-Blue Water
2011   Russia Sergey Firsanov Itera–Katusha
2012   Russia Igor Boev Itera–Katusha
2013   Russia Maksim Razumov Itera–Katusha
2014   Russia Andrey Solomennikov RusVelo
2015   Ukraine Oleksandr Polivoda Kolss BDC Team
2016 No race
2017   Russia Yuri Trofimov Russia (national team)
2018   Russia Andrey Prostokishin Russia (national team)
2020 No race due to the COVID-19 pandemic
2021   Russia Igor Frolov Moscow Region


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