|2.||2005||Cycling Team Capec||19||994|
|3.||2006||Cycling Team Capec||17||1057|
|7.||2011||Pro Team Astana||228||297|
|8.||2012||Astana Pro Team||371||189|
|9.||2013||Astana Pro Team||268||251|
|10.||2014||Astana Pro Team||140||544|
|11.||2015||Astana Pro Team||0||3073|
Alexsandr Dyachenko (born 17 October 1983) is a former Kazakh road bicycle racer who last raced for UCI World Tour team Astana.
He debuted his professional career with road bicycle racing cycling team Capec in 2004. In 2008 he joined the Ulan team. But since 2009, he is a member of Astana team. In 2012, Dyachenko put in a solid performance at the Tour of Turkey, where he finished second overall, but the original winner Ivailo Gabrovski tested positive for EPO. In October, it was announced that Gabrovski was stripped of the title, which went to Dyachenko.