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Two leaders spearhead reshuffled Astana

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Team captain and leading force Alexander Vinokourov

Team captain and leading force Alexander Vinokourov
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Astana for 2011

Astana for 2011
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Alexander VInokourov considers a question at the Astana presentation

Alexander VInokourov considers a question at the Astana presentation
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Australian Allan Davis is aiming for Milano-San Remo

Australian Allan Davis is aiming for Milano-San Remo
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Fredeik Kessiakoff of Sweden

Fredeik Kessiakoff of Sweden
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Team newcomer Mirco Lorenzetto

Team newcomer Mirco Lorenzetto
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Kazakh Maxim Iglinsky smiles for the camera

Kazakh Maxim Iglinsky smiles for the camera
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Andriy Grivko

Andriy Grivko
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Remy Di Gregorio of France

Remy Di Gregorio of France
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Italian Enrico Gasparottois is in his second year with Astana

Italian Enrico Gasparottois is in his second year with Astana
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Australian Simon Clarke is making his Astana debut

Australian Simon Clarke is making his Astana debut
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Roman Kreuziger is looking forward to the Giro d'Italia

Roman Kreuziger is looking forward to the Giro d'Italia
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It is with a largely renewed roster that the Kazakh team Astana for 2011 presented itself to the public and press in Monaco on Friday. In the presence of Kairat Kelimbetov, CEO of the sponsoring, state-owned National Wealth Fund Samruk-Kazyna and Kazakh cycling federation president, the squad revealed its 27-rider roster, of whom 10 are new signings.