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Hossein Alizadeh (cyclist)

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2013  Amore & Vita
Weight  62 kg
2009  Azad University Iran
Height  1.82 m
Rider type  Climber
Role  Cyclist
Discipline  Road
Name  Hossein (cyclist)

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Born  24 January 1988 (age 27) Tabriz, Iran (1988-01-24)
2010–2012  Tabriz Petrochemical Team

Current team  Tabriz Shahrdari Team

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Hossein Alizadeh (born 24 January 1988 in Tabriz) is an Iranian cyclist. Hossein, the former national champion, is an extremely powerful climber and, at his best, matches the best time-trialists. He is both able to sustain a high intensity during long, steep climb and he is feared and famous in Asia tours for his explosive attacks that often leaves the front group split into pieces. In 2010, when he was 22, he took his 1st & international stage win as well as the overall win in Tour de East Java. Then the same year in Tour of Qinghai Lake (2.HC) placed 2nd in mountain classification & 9th in Overall. In 2012, after winning the Tour of Qinghai Lake as well as the mountain classification, he won the UCI Asia Tour. Hossein, by moving from TPT to Amore & Vita (the Italian-based team) was hopeful to race in Europe but due to the reason the team was registered from Ukraine, couldn't get the visa, so was not able to race in Europe tours.

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