|2.||1999||Collstrop - De Federale Verzekeringen||28||663|
|7.||2004||Cofidis, le Crédit par Téléphone||457||125|
|8.||2005||Cofidis, Le Credit par Telephone||179||317|
|13.||2011||Pro Team Astana||205||332|
|14.||2012||Astana Pro Team||179||353|
Dmitry Fofonov (Kazakh: Дмитрий Фофонов; born 15 August 1976 in Almaty) is a former Kazakh professional road bicycle racer who was fired from UCI ProTeam Crédit Agricole for doping.
Fofonov tested positive for heptaminol after the 18th stage of the 2008 Tour de France. Fofonov had completed the race in 19th place, and was fired by Crédit Agricole after the test. After his doping ban ended, Fofonov joined the Astana team for the 2010 season. He retired after the 2012 season and became an assistant sporting director for Astana. In 2013 Fofonov relocated to Australia where he currently lives. Fofonov lives a vegan lifestyle.