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Team manager Johan Bruyneel has finalized Radioshack's 2010 roster.
First training camp to take place in Tucson, Arizona during December
Team RadioShack, led by seven-time Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong, has finalized the team's 2010 roster featuring 26 riders from 16 different countries, manager Johan Bruyneel announced on Monday.
"It is a well balanced team," said Bruyneel. "We have experienced riders - with some of them I worked already many years in my former teams - but we also have young talents who can develop in the perfect environment. I am happy that our sponsors want to invest in the future of cycling.
"Our main goal will be the Tour de France and other stage races but I am confident that, with these riders, we can perform very well in the one-day races as well. I look forward to the new season with Team RadioShack and our first training camp."
The team's first training camp will take place in Tucson, Arizona during the second week of December 2009.
Team RadioShack roster for 2010
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