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                             New sponsors announced

 

 

Univega Pro Cycling - four new sponsors

LifeForce, Tot-net, Skoda and Puma 

Team Univega press release

Team Univega Website

Team Univega is pleased to announce four sponsors.

The first Co-sponsor is Lifeforce. The company pursues a Immune System Bank to the early diagnosis of illnesses.                                                          www.immunesystembank.org  

The second Co-sponsor is Spanish company Tot-Net. Market leader in Spain for the professional cleaning in different industrial areas.                                     www.grupfactor.com  

The team is equipped since the 1st January officially by Skoda vehicles. Two modern Octavia 4 x 4 station-wagons models are in use by the team.   www.skoda.ch

The team is dressed by Puma; an exciting aspect of the sponsorship for the riders as Puma products are stylish and well made.                                       www.puma.com

 

 

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Team Roster 2006

Karin Thurig; World Time Trial Champion
Priska Doppmann
Sarah Grab      
Nicole Cooke
Sarah Duster
Joanne Kiesanowski
Emma Rickards
Sereina Trachsel
Pascal Schnider
Franziska Rothlin
Christiane Soeder

 

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