Team Gerolsteiner is taking on three races this weekend, two in Italy and one in France. Davide Rebellin will lead the team in the Giro dell'Emilia on Saturday and the Gran Premio Beghelli on Sunday. Also on Sunday, the team will race Paris-Tours, where it will look to sprinters Robert Förster, Heinrich Haussler and Peter Wrolich.
Gerolsteiner for Italy: Johannes Fröhlinger, Tim Klinger, Bernhard Kohl, Andrea Moletta, Davide Rebellin, Ronny Scholz, Fabian Wegmann, Oliver Zaugg and stagiaire Mathias Frank.
Gerolsteiner for Paris-Tours: Robert Förster, Thomas Fothen, Oscar Gatto, Heinrich Haussler, Sven Krauss, Volker Ordowski, Tom Stamsnijder, and Peter Wrolich.
The Landbouwkrediet - Tönissteiner team will be missing two riders, both of whom who have fallen ill. Bert De Waele and Andy Cappelle will be replaced by Sjef De Wilde and Steven Kleynen.
Landbouwkrediet - Tönissteiner: Steven Kleynen, Sjef De Wilde, David Boucher, Nico Sijmens, Kevin Neirynck, Jan Kuyckx, Frédéric Amorison, Frédéric Gabriel. Sport directeur: Gino Verhasselt.
Liquigas: Filippo Pozzato, Murilo Fischer, Magnus Backstedt, Francesco Chicchi, Enrico Gasparotto, Aleksandr Kuschynski, Manuel Quinziato and Frederik Willems.
Euskaltel-Euskadi: Samuel Sánchez, Koldo Fernández, Igor Antón, Iñaki Flores, Dionisio Galparsoro, Alan Pérez, Juan José Oroz and Unai Uribarri. D.S.: Jon Odriozola.
Quick.Step-Innergetic: Wilfried Cretskens, Steven De Jongh, Kevin Hulsmans, Sébastien Rosseler, Gert Steegmans, Cédric Vasseur, Wouter Weylandt, Maarten Wynants. D.S.: Wilfried Peeters.
Laura Weislo has been with Cyclingnews since 2006 after making a switch from a career in science. As Deputy Editor, she coordinates coverage for North American events and global news. A swimmer in her younger days, Laura made the change to cycling later in life, but was immediately swept up by a huge passion for the sport. Riding for fitness quickly gave way to the competitive urge, and a decade of racing later she can look back on a number of high profile races and say with confidence, "I started". While her racing days are over for the most part, she continues to dabble in cyclo-cross and competing against fellow pathletes on the greenways of Raleigh, North Carolina.
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