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In April he finished ninth overall at the Tour of the Basque Country. At the beginning of May , Zakarin took a prestigious victory; the general classification of the Tour de Romandie.
He realized this feat thanks to a good performance in the mountains, finishing second in stage 4,  and a very good time trial ride on the fifth and final stage, where he finished second even though he had to change his bike midway through the course due to some mechanical issues.
He started the season at the Volta a la Comunitat Valenciana stage race, and continued by riding the Abu Dhabi Tour in which he finished 2nd.
He began the season at the Abu Dhabi Tour. He is also a book lover. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Ilnur Zakarin Zakarin at the Tour de Romandie.
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Then half a year later, when it was inner tubes, I came back. He started out doing low-key junior races in Tatarstan and was soon competing on a national scale, travelling thousands of kilometres and sometimes days to do so.
His major breakthrough, and the first sign of what he might go on to achieve, came at the European Championships where, as a year-old, he won gold in the junior time trial.
The rider he beat to top spot? Time trialling, Zakarin says, was his original strength, even if his wiry frame might suggest otherwise.
In he tested positive for methandienone, an anabolic steroid, and was banned for two years. Though not unwilling to speak about it, he considers it a matter firmly in the past, his time having been served.
He insists he naively followed advice from an acquaintance and had never intended to dope. He then turned pro with the nascent RusVelo team - which would itself be struck by a spate of doping cases - and, after two years in which he won the Russian national elite time trial title and the Tour of Azerbaijan, he earned a full-time contract with Katusha from Naturally, given his past, some eyebrows were raised.
Since then he has continued to make up for lost time. Since turning pro, Zakarin has called Cyprus home, allowing him better quality training roads and easier access to races in Europe.
The heavy Russian influence - in his city of Limassol more than 10 per cent of the population is Russian-speaking - means he feels perfectly at home.
He lives with his wife Viktoria, a dietician who carefully plans his meals, and a daughter who has just turned two. His faith is a major part of his life.
Islam being one of major religions in Tatarstan, Zakarin has recently been taking steps to become a practicing Muslim.
The last one was about the brain, and how to use it - if you think in the right way you are on the right way," he says. Businessmen really put a lot of time in their lives into their business, in order to get results.
Hopes that it might shine more of a light on his soul, however, prove misguided. I was young and stupid. All young people around that time do stupid things.
I was just following the trend - I just felt like doing it and I did it. I like how he is as a rider but I also like how he is as a man.
I have more or less followed his style. On the bike I am more attacking maybe, but I think we are the same kind of person. Menchov never had a problem with anyone, and no one had a problem with him.
Menchov, Zakarin, and Konyshev make up half of the total number of Russians to have won a stage at the Tour de France.