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Fenixs announces 2006 line up

Svetlana Bubnenkova leader for 2006  

The Italian Team Fenixs Colnago CAP Arreghini squad has announced its 2006 line up. 

The team which is proudly international, has 15 riders in the squad, they hale from Italy, France, Russia, Denmark, USA and New Zealand. The Team Leader will be ex-World Champion, Svetlana Bubnenkova, who won the green jersey (sprinter) in the 2005 Giro Donne. Olga Zabelinskaya returns to elite competition after taking time out to have a child. Zabelinskaya is a former European road and time trial. The Russian Champion, Julia Martisova stays with the team for 2006 and former Italian Champion, Ilenia Lazzaro is also listed.  The team is completed by cyclocross specialist,  Monica Brunati, Dane Adamsen, Americans Brook and Campbell, German Eifler, Frenchwoman Parsy, Kiwi Joanne Buick and Italians Lavorini, Marzatico and Raggiante 

Team Fenixs Colnago CAP Arreghini will be riding the professional women's 'circuit', including the World Cup series, Tours and all the national and international competitions in Italy (as well as in other countries).  Their range of competition will be complete, with riders participating in road, track, cyclocross and MTB  


Team Roster 

Bubnenkova, Martisova, Brunati, Lazzaro, Adamsen, Brook, Campbell, Eifler, Parsy, Buick, Lavorini, Marzatico and Raggiante 

















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