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Scott11 team becomes Gstaad-Scott team for 2013

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The signing of the contract with the director of Gstaad Saanenland Tourism, Martin Bachofner and Team Manager Claudio Caluori took place right on Gstaad's ski slopes.

The signing of the contract with the director of Gstaad Saanenland Tourism, Martin Bachofner and Team Manager Claudio Caluori took place right on Gstaad's ski slopes.
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New team member Patrick Thome invited Gstaad-Scott to his home trails in southern France for the first tests of the 2013 team Gamblers

New team member Patrick Thome invited Gstaad-Scott to his home trails in southern France for the first tests of the 2013 team Gamblers
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New team member Patrick Thome invited Gstaad-Scott to his home trails in southern France for the first tests of the 2013 team Gamblers

New team member Patrick Thome invited Gstaad-Scott to his home trails in southern France for the first tests of the 2013 team Gamblers
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Brendan Fairclough's 2013 bike

Brendan Fairclough's 2013 bike
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Skiing at Gstaad, Switzerland

Skiing at Gstaad, Switzerland
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Brendan Fairclough (Gstaad-Scott)

Brendan Fairclough (Gstaad-Scott)
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Gstaad, Switzerland

Gstaad, Switzerland
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Gravity team Gstaad-Scott out on the slopes

Gravity team Gstaad-Scott out on the slopes
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The international mountain bike downhill Scott11 team is becoming the Gstaad-Scott team after partnering with the Alpine destination of Gstaad Saanenland. Gstaad said it is committed to developing a new bike destination concept.

In 2013, Gstaad-Scott continues to attack in the downhill World Cup with its athletes Brendan Fairclough, Emilie Siegenthaler, Noel Niederberger, Floriane Pugin and four cross riders Adrian Weiss and Mirco Weiss. French youngster Patrick Thome has just teamed up with the squad. Former downhill pro Cyril Langeau, who was a teammate of manager Claudio Caluori back in 2002, is joining the team as sportive director.

The team is continuing with its one of its objectives to promote young riders in Switzerland. Therefore, it will also back a development team including Felix Klee, Pascal Tinner, Dominic Tinner, Manuel Marty and Tim Kälin.