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Columbian climber Cesar Grajales will be back in the Tour of Georgia this year. Grajales, who won...
Columbian climber Cesar Grajales will be back in the Tour of Georgia this year. Grajales, who won the queen stage atop Brasstown Bald in 2004, was in doubt after crashing in the Redlands Classic's Oak Glen stage in March, where he suffered a separated shoulder and broken bone in his wrist. "I am feeling better every day," said Cesar, "I have done a couple of five hour rides and while my shoulder hurts a bit, I should be ready for the start next Monday."
Jittery Joe's for Tour de Georgia: Cesar Grajales, Trent Wilson, Neil Shirley, Matt Shriver, Cody Stevenson, Tommy Nankervis, Austin King and Evan Elken.