More worlds teams announced

As the World Championships in Hoogerheide, the Netherlands draw nearer, Spain, France, Italy and...

As the World Championships in Hoogerheide, the Netherlands draw nearer, Spain, France, Italy and Denmark have finalized their rosters for the event. Newly crowned national champions Javier Ruiz (Spain), Francis Mourey (France), Enrico Franzoi (Italy) and Joachim Parbo (Denmark) will lead their countries in the race for the rainbow bands.

Spain for the World Championships

Men Elite Javier Ruiz de Larrinaga, Egoitz Murgoitio, Isaac Suárez, Tino Zaballa and José Antonio Hermida.
U23 Men: David Lozano and Mauro González.
Juniors: Josep Nadal, Iñigo Gómez and Ismael Félix Barba.

Denmark for the World Championships

Elite Men: Joachim Parbo
Juniors: Kenneth Hansen

Italy for the World Championships

Elite Men: Fabio Ursi, Rafael Visinelli, Luca Damiani, Marco Aurelio Fontana, Enrico Franzoi, Alessandro Gambino, Marco Bianco, Alessandro Fontana.
Elite Women: Eva Lechner, Veronica Alessio, Daniela Bresciani, Francesca Cucciniello, Evelin Staffler, Milena Cavani, Nicoletta Bresciani, Elisabetta Borgia.
Under-23 Men: Fabio Aru, Alessandro Calderan, Cristian Cominelli, Roberto De Patre, Marco Ponta, Elia Silvestri, Matteo Trentin, Mirco Tabacchi.
Juniors: Daniele Braidot, Luca Braidot, Bryan Falaschi, Michele Tatto, Daniele Dall'Oste, Mattia Marcelli, Rudy Lorenzon, Domenico Papaleo.

France for the World Championships

Elite Men: Francis Mourey, Steve Chainel, Julien Belgy, Nicolas Bazin, Jonathan Lopez. Reserve: Julien Roussel
Elite Women: Maryline Salvetat, Christel Ferrier-Bruneau, Caroline Mani, Nadia Triquet-Claude, Pauline Ferrand-Prevot
Under-23 Men: Aurélien Duval, Arnaud Jouffroy, Matthieu Boulo, Guillaume Perrot, Clément Bourgoin. Reserve: Thibaud Taboury
Juniors: Valentin Hadoux, Pierre Garson, Alexandre Billon, Jimmy Turgis, Emilien Viennet. Reserve: Irwin Gras

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