Retired pro Doug Ollerenshaw will lead the Southeastern US regional Team Myogenesis.com presented by United HealthCare, the team announced this week. Ollerenshaw left professional cycling to attend law school at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia at the end of 2008, but will be mentoring and racing with the team. Ollerenshaw raced his final year with the Rock Racing squad after seasons with Health Net and Jelly Belly.
Also joining the elite amateur team is Ryan Sullivan from Jittery Joes, Thad Dulin, (DLP/Kane), Michael Wolf, formerly of Navigators, with Eric Murphy as director and racer. Filling out the roster are Cleve Blackwell, Oneil Samuels; Adam Ray, Sandy Rosell , Chris Ernst, Geoff Mina, Brady Rogers, Nick Housley and David Hutton.
The teams sponsors this year included Myogenesis Nutrition, United HealthCare, Blue Competition Cycles, SRAM, Louis Garneau, Maxxis, Tifosi Optics, Thompson, Industry Nine, Serfas, Northwave, Georgia Cup race series, Connect First, www.got19fruits4u.com, Smyrna Bicycles, Glory Cycles, and former shop sponsor to Jittery Joes, The Hub.
For full details on the team and to follow their success through the 2009 season, go to www.myogenesis-racing.com
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