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- 2008 - Cofidis - Le Crédit par Téléphone
- 2007 - Cofidis - Le Crédit par Téléphone
- 2006 - Phonak Hearing Systems
- 2005 - Phonak Hearing Systems
- 2004 - Vini Caldirola - Nobili Rubinetterie
- 2003 - Sidermec
- 2003 - Vini Calderola - SO.DI
- 2002 - Tacconi Sport - Emmegi
- 2001 - Post Swiss Team
- 2000 - Mercury Cycling Team
Second overall last year, Kim Kirchen showed he is well in contention to take the final victory in...
The 2008 Cofidis Team was presented to the – predominantly French – media yesterday, in a low-key...
Marc Biver, former director of the Tour de Suisse, has formed a management company to operate the...
Colombian Luis Felipe Laverde Jimenez (Ceramica Panaria-Navigare) has won the 14th stage of the Giro...
For some it is a curse, but for Tom Boonen it has been a talisman. The wearer of the Rainbow Jersey...
Alexandre Vinokourov is regarded as one of the toughest fighters in bike racing, and underlined that...
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