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Quick.Step have announced the following riders for the GP Chiasso in Switzerland: Davide Bramati,...
Quick.Step have announced the following riders for the GP Chiasso in Switzerland: Davide Bramati, Cristian Moreni, Luca Paolini, Filippo Pozzato, Michael Rogers, Patrik Sinkewitz, Jurgen Van Goolen and Rik Verbrugghe. At the GP Lugano, Bramati will be replaced by Mads Christensen.
Staying in Belgium to compete at Omloop Het Volk on Saturday will be: Paolo Bettini, Tom Boonen, Wilfried Cretskens, Kevin Hulsmans, Marc Lotz, Servais Knaven, Nick Nuyens, and Bram Tankink. Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne on the next day will see the following Quick.Step riders at the start: Paolo Bettini, Tom Boonen, Dimitri De Fauw, Kevin De Weert, Kevin Hulsmans, Nick Nuyens, Sebastien Rosseler and Bram Tankink.
For T-Mobile, Steffen Wesemann, Sergey Ivanov, Andreas Klier, Rolf Aldag, Stephan Schreck, Daniele Nardello, Eric Baumann and André Korff will compete at the two Belgian races.
As for Fassa Bortolo, Massimo Codol, Mauro Facci, Dario Frigo, Volodimir Gustov, Kim Kirchen, Gustav Larsson, Vincenzo Nibali and Roberto Petito will line up in Chiasso. On the next day, Paolo Bossoni, Claudio Corioni, Mauro Facci, Volodimir Gustov, Kim Kirchen, Gustav Larsson, Vincenzo Nibali and Roberto Petito will compete in Lugano.