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With top form following victory at the recent Willamette Valley Classic stage race (Eugene, OR),...
With top form following victory at the recent Willamette Valley Classic stage race (Eugene, OR), Canadian team Symmetrics will head South for the Vuelta El Salvador. As part of the team's ongoing quest to top the UCI America Tour standings in 2006, the S-Team will race the 8-day Cat. 2.2 stage race, which begins this Saturday, April 29 and runs to May 6. The race totals 1000 km, and includes a prologue and team time trial, both focal points for the team.
Team Symmetrics, made up of strong time triallists, led by three time Olympian Eric Wohlberg, reigning individual time trial champ Svein Tuft, and 2002 National Road Champ Andrew Randell, is especially looking forward to the stage three team time trial as this team effort against the clock is perfectly suited for the squad. Joining the three are Will Routley, Christian Meier, Jeff Sherstobitoff, Andrew "Pinner" Pinfold, and Jacob Erker.