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Team Profile, February 5, 2005 The forces of the weather in the form of a snowed-in Basque Country...
The Route de France was meant to be a long, profitable tour, but in the end it turned out to be a...
Spaniard Anna Sanchis will ride in the colors of the Italian team Safi-Pasta Zara in 2009. Sanchis,...
With 400 career wins including four Tours of Italy, three Tours de France, and three editions of the...
Four weeks after finishing his first Grand Tour, Nicolas Roche will this weekend attempt to take his...
By Martin Hardie in Hondarribia The forces of the weather in the form of a snowed-in Basque Country...
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