2017 Team Unieuro Update – Andreev, Mitev and Rusenov come from Bulgaria


Andreev, Mitev and Rusenov come from Bulgaria

2017 Team Unieuro will count an important Bulgarian presence thanks to the close partnership with National Federation led by Todor Kolev pointing Under 23 most promising riders growth offering them an international and quality calendar.
The first three names from this emerging country in the map of cycling that next season will defend the blue-orange colors will be Yordan Andreev (in the photo), born November 2nd 1994 in Sofia, Kristiyan Mitev, who has seen the light on September 28th 1998 in Nova Zagora, and Vladimir Rusenov (24/05/1995) coming from Troyan.
The first athlete, 173 cm for 65 kg, Economics student at the University of Sofia, is a fast long-distance rider who loves to travel and hike in the mountains and for his future dreams of competing in the Olympic Games and in Giro d’Italia. «I discovered cycling following 2009 Tour de France on Eurosport since then it is my passion and I want to climb the legendary European climbs. With Unieuro I hope to enjoy a lot and get good results» said Andreev.
The second, 172 cm for 58 kg, an Engineering student, fishing enthusiast, is more suitable for harder routes. «Cycling for me is freedom, fun and a way to keep in shape. It is also a way of life, makes you become a fighter and always have a positive spirit. Next year for me it will be difficult to jump in the higher category but I am confident and ready to honor Unieuro jersey in every single race» adds teammate Mitev, 2016 track team pursuit Bulgarian champion.
«I race since 2004, I am good on the pace, not surprisingly in the junior categories I won several national time trial titles. The bike for me is much more than a sport, it’s a passion I grow ever since I was a child. Next season I hope to get on the podium in some race category 2 UCI, for my future I dream of being at the start of Giro d’Italia and Vuelta España» concludes Rusenov, cronoman of 180 cm for 65 kg, Science Materials student at the University of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy in Sofia.


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