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New York-based Sakonnet reloads for 2007

By:
Susan Westemeyer
Published:
December 05, 2006, 0:00 GMT,
Updated:
April 20, 2009, 23:38 BST
Edition:
Latest Cycling News for December 5, 2006

The New York City based CRCA/Sakonnet Technology U25 cycling team has announced its roster for 2007....

The New York City based CRCA/Sakonnet Technology U25 cycling team has announced its roster for 2007. After an impressive year in 2006, where three Sakonnet riders graduated to the professional ranks, the team has reloaded and signed some of the country's top young talent. The eight–man squad will feature returning riders Chris Kuhl, Guy East and Johnny Hayes along with new signings to the program including GC threat Gavriel Epstein (ex-GS Mengoni), a trio of sprinters, David Guttenplan (ex-SUBARU), Andy Cornelison (ex-Hot Tubes), Devin Flaherty (ex-Champion Systems), and time trialist Phil Gaimon (ex-VMG).

The three year-old Sakonnet U25 program focuses on a national racing schedule featuring top events across North America and welcomes back title sponsor Sakonnet Technology and co-sponsors One Equity Partners, Bicycling Magazine and the Century Road Club Association.

U25 Roster: Andy Cornelison (USA), Chris Kuhl (USA), David Guttenplan (USA), Devin Flaherty (USA), Gavriel Epstein (CAN), Guy East (USA), Johnny Hayes (USA) and Phil Gaimon (USA).

Team Management: Basil Moutsopoulos (general manager), Stephen Badger (East Coast road manager), Robert Bruce Weyman (West Coast road manager) and Joao Correia (marketing manager).

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