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    BOULDER, Colo. - Time is running out to bid on a one-of-a-kind piece of cycling memorabilia that will raise money for pro cyclists Ian MacGregor and Timmy Duggan's "Just Go Harder Foundation" that supports youth mentoring and participation. An official Garmin pro-issue jersey featuring the...
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    TOP U.S. PROfessional CYCLING TEAM, Garmin-Slipstream, PARTNERs WITH ADSI CONTINUE ANTI-DOPING PROGRAM Participation in Anti-Doping Science Institute's New Program Continues to Demonstrate Garmin-Slipstream's Dedication to Anti-Doping and Ethical Sporting December 8, 2008 - Slipstream Sports...
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    Thousands of fans lined the streets of downtown St. Louis to watch Team Garmin-Chipotle's Christian Vande Velde cross the finish line safely and win the 2008 Tour of Missouri. Vande Velde, winner of Stage Three's Individual Time Trial, was awarded the Missouri Tourism Yellow Jersey for the race...
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    Kids were out in force at the start where each class visited their adopted team. Steven Cozza (Garmin-Chiptole) "It [the moustache] started to go out of style, I was tired of eating hair with my food. Plus that Italian racer started growing his and kind of ruined it, I had to share it off."...
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    American Christian Vande Velde claimed dominance to the rest of the field, winning the individual time trial in Branson Wednesday at the Tour of Missouri. Vande Velde, who finished an impressive 5th at this year's Tour de France, finished the 18-mile race against the clock in 39 minutes and 51...
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    Making good on his promise to bring home his first American win, top sprinter Mark Cavendish (of Team Columbia surged pass the charging peloton in the final 200 meters to win stage one of the 2008 Tour of Missouri. Cavendish, an emerging international star with four stage wins at the 2008 Tour...
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    The contenders duked it out in the final climb of the Queen stage at the Tour of Utah. Before the stage, 13 riders were separated by 38 seconds in the general classification but after slogging it over 14,778 feet (4,504 m) of climbing over a 98-mile (159 km) road race, the race now comes down to...
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    From the beginning, the Successful Living team has penciled in stage 3, the twilight criterium at the Tour of Utah for their fast man, Argentinean Ricardo Escuela, and 'Tricki Ricky' delivered the goods. After yesterday's stage, teammate and green jersey Brad White repeated the message...
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    Two in a row for the Garmin-Chipotle team. This time is was Blake Caldwell who emerged from a break to win the stage and take over the yellow jersey from his teammate's shoulders. After 85 miles (137 km) and 10,585 feet (3.226 m) of climbing, Caldwell outsprinted his two-man breakaway companion...
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    The first stage of the 2008 Larry H Miller Tour of Utah is in the books. Under blue skies with temperatures reaching the low 90s, Garmin-Chipotle's Jason Donald won the 3-way sprint against his breakaway companions Sheldon Deeny (Fan Sports Network) and Brad White (Successful Living). The...
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    Boulder, CO - Slipstream Sports is providing fans with a rare opportunity to spend an evening with the riders and staff of Team Garmin-Chipotle presented by H30 and Team 5280/Felt. The event, to be held on Tuesday, August 19th at 7:00 p.m., will commence with a rose champagne toast to pay...
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    The Tour De France is one of the most intense and grueling events in all of sports! VERSUS, the exclusive cable television home of the Tour De France, is celebrating clean competition with "Take Back the Tour". The campaign was created to champion the riders who compete clean, while giving a...
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    Three of Only Four Americans at the Tour Riding for Garmin-Chipotle Boulder, CO - Team Garmin-Chipotle presented by H30 today announced its much-anticipated Tour de France roster, which features three of only four Americans in the entire Tour peloton. The riders that will represent Team...
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    At just 23 years old, Steven Cozza (Garmin/Chipotle) has faced adversity in his cycling career. In 2007, he sustained a serious head injury after crashing in the rainy Stage 3 at the Tour de Picardie and still suffers from the trauma. Upon his return, after a 3 month long recovery period...
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