America's Colavita/Sutter Home has announced the signing of Argentinean cyclist Alejandro Borrajo to its men's squad's roster in 2008. The South American strong man has made a mark on the North American scene, taking more than 20 podium appearances at major United States races like the Tour of Virginia, the US Open, and the Commerce Bank Triple Crown. Borrajo rode with Rite Aid Pro Cycling in 2007.
The team has also announced the re-signing of Davide Frattini and climbing talent Anthony Colby to the men's squad, while Tina Pic, Dotsie Bausch, and Alison Powers will again head the women's team in 2008.
Former downhill skier Alison Powers, who claimed the 2007 Pan American Time Trial championship, will also stay with the Colavita/Sutter Home women's squad in 2008. The full rosters for both the men's and women's outfits will be announced shortly.
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