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Full-Dynamix RSM Team signs two more

By:
Tym Manley
Published:
December 15, 2007, 0:00 GMT,
Updated:
April 22, 2009, 20:23 BST
Edition:
MTB news & racing round-up for December 15, 2007
Tony Longo (Italy)

Tony Longo (Italy)

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After signing former Cannondale rider Fredrik Kessiakoff, the Full-Dynamix RSM Team added Tony Longo...

After signing former Cannondale rider Fredrik Kessiakoff, the Full-Dynamix RSM Team added Tony Longo and Emil Lindgren to its roster The team will kick off racing at the end of February with the Sunshine Cup in Cyprus. It will also race marathon and cross country World Cups, national championships, and the Olympic Games.

22 year-old Swedish rider Lindgren, from Falun, has raced for the Bianchi Team for four years. Lindgren has twice won the Internazionali d'Italia Challenge and twice taken a bronze medal in the Team Relay of the European championship (2005 - 2006). Highlights of his career have included a bronze in the junior race at the World Cup in Houfaflize and a fifth in the European Championship in 2003.

23 year-old Tony Longo has been competing with the Italian National Team since 2002. He is a candidate for selection for the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing. In addition to four national titles (two as junior and two as an U23 rider), Longo won silver at the 2006 World Championships in Rotorua and another medal in the Team Relay. As a junior, he won bronze at the World Championships in Kaprun, Austria.

Full Dynamix RSM for 2008: Fredrik Kessiakoff, Emil Lindgren, Tony Longo, Marco Bui, and Massimo De Bertoilis under manager Mauro Bettin.

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