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Team Integrale unveils its 2007 program

By:
Susan Westemeyer
Published:
October 31, 2006, 0:00 GMT,
Updated:
April 20, 2009, 23:33 BST
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Latest Cycling News for October 31, 2006

Team Integrale of British Columbia, Canada announced its new 2007 roster. The squad boasts four...

Team Integrale of British Columbia, Canada announced its new 2007 roster. The squad boasts four world masters games titles, a Canadian national road race title and two past UCI World Championship titles. Barb and Larry Zimich have been named as Racing Directors of the women's and men's teams (respectively) and will oversee coaching and racing activities. The team will be comprised of 24 riders, which will include a development program for riders under 25 years-old.

Men's Elite Program: Larry Zimich, Scott Laliberte, Jay Hawranik, Ron Klopfer, Marcel Aarden, Kevin Rutherford, Paul Falcon, Chris Hillier, Matt Potma, Matt Savage and Craig De Grier.

Women's Program: Barb Zimich, Anne Marie LeFrancois, Marie Claude Gagnon and Lee Darling

With a goal of registering as a UCI "Tier 3" trade team for the 2009 season, Team Integrale will concentrate on the 2007 BC Cup schedule with select NRC events filling out the calendar. The team is still accepting rider resumes.

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