"Your Y-chromosome results identify you as a member of haplogroup R1a1 (SRY10831.2). The genetic markers that define your ancestral history reach back roughly 60,000 years to the first common marker of all non-African men, M168, and follow your lineage to present day, ending with M17, the defining marker of haplogroup R1a1 (SRY10831.2)." If you look at the map highlighting your ancestors' route, you will see that members of haplogroup R1a1 (SRY10831.2) carry the following Y-chromosome markers:
M168 > P143 > M89 > L15 > M9 > M45 > M207 > M173 > SRY10831.2 > M17
M168 lived in Africa around 60,000 years ago.
M89 lived in North Africa or the Middle East 45,000 years ago.
M9 lived in Iran or southern Central Asia 40,000 years ago.
M45 lived in Central Asia 35,000 years ago.
M207 lived in Central Asia 30,000 years ago.
M173 lived in Central Asia 30,000 years ago.
M17 lived in Ukraine or Southern Russia 10,000-15,000 years ago. This is the last known genetic marker at this time. From this location R became R1 which ultimately became R1a1