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Taylor Phinney
Published:
November 11, 2009, 10:31 GMT,
Updated:
November 11, 2009, 11:45 GMT

Taylor Phinney goes under the knife but finds time to put together a Halloween photo album

Messing around pre-surgery... West Side! Gotta love the foot covers! And that hat... So hot.

Messing around pre-surgery... West Side! Gotta love the foot covers! And that hat... So hot.

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Hey all,

After a long season and an operation, this month has been all about recovery. With my health coming back slowly, I am looking forward to a great off-season, and an even better 2010 racing season. For this month I decided to mix things up a little bit and instead of giving you my usual blog I've created a photo album.

The following pictures, or as I like to call them, works of art,  are somewhat of a photo album of my Tonsillechtomy and the Halloween contest I held while bed-ridden. Contest? What contest? Well, while recovering in bed I asked my Twitter followers to send in pictures of themselves in their Halloween costumes. These are some of the highlights. 

Enjoy and thanks to everyone who sent me a get well message.

Taylor

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Taylor Phinney

  Follow Taylor with this exclusive Cyclingnews diary as he immerses himself in the international road racing scene. 18-year-old Taylor Phinney is one of the sport's most promising talents and will begin his professional career in 2009 with the Trek-Livestrong team under the guidance of directeur sportif Axel Merckx. The son of Davis Phinney, twice a Tour de France stage winner, and Olympic gold medallist Connie Carpenter-Phinney, Taylor took to the bike in his teens and quickly found success. In his first three years of racing he picked up two Junior World Championships and four US titles and then went on to represent the United States at the Olympics in Beijing.    

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