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Ivailo Gabrovski (Bulgarian: Ивайло Габровски; born January 31, 1978) is a Bulgarian racing cyclist who was born in Sofia. He holds the record for most Tour of Bulgaria wins, which he won 5 times. In April 2012, he won the third stage of the Tour of Turkey. Racing for Turkish Continental team Konya–Torku Şekerspor, Gabrovski accelerated 8 kilometers from the finish line in the first mountain top finish stage in the race's history. He went on to win solo, with a gap of 1 minute and 29 seconds to his nearest competitor, Alexsandr Dyachenko of Astana. With that win, he took the leader's jersey, which he held for the rest of the race to take the overall title. Later that year he lost his title since he tested positive for EPO.

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  • Ivailo Gabrovski (Bulgarian: Ивайло Габровски; born January 31, 1978) is a Bulgarian racing cyclist who was born in Sofia. He holds the record for most Tour of Bulgaria wins, which he won 5 times. In April 2012, he won the third stage of the Tour of Turkey. Racing for Turkish Continental team Konya–Torku Şekerspor, Gabrovski accelerated 8 kilometers from the finish line in the first mountain top finish stage in the race's history. He went on to win solo, with a gap of 1 minute and 29 seconds to his nearest competitor, Alexsandr Dyachenko of Astana. With that win, he took the leader's jersey, which he held for the rest of the race to take the overall title. Later that year he lost his title since he tested positive for EPO.
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  • Ivailo Gabrovski (Bulgarian: Ивайло Габровски; born January 31, 1978) is a Bulgarian racing cyclist who was born in Sofia. He holds the record for most Tour of Bulgaria wins, which he won 5 times. In April 2012, he won the third stage of the Tour of Turkey. Racing for Turkish Continental team Konya–Torku Şekerspor, Gabrovski accelerated 8 kilometers from the finish line in the first mountain top finish stage in the race's history. He went on to win solo, with a gap of 1 minute and 29 seconds to his nearest competitor, Alexsandr Dyachenko of Astana. With that win, he took the leader's jersey, which he held for the rest of the race to take the overall title. Later that year he lost his title since he tested positive for EPO. Gabrovski speaks French fluently, a skill that he attributes to his beginnings in professional cycling, where he was part of Jean Delatour team.
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