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                             Team Flexpoint starts 2007 Down Under   Melchers planning 2007 return   

                            Buitenpoort-Flexpoint becomes Team Flexpoint   Ljungskog stays put in 2007  Review of the Season   

                           Mirjam Melchers injured in Euregio Tour    Team 2006


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Team Flexpoint will begin the 2007 year 'Down Under'

Geelong beginning for Dutch team

Australia and New Zealand on race list 2007

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Team Flexpoint will begin its 2007 season at the Geelong Tour. The race runs from 27th February until 1st March. The team will then compete in the Geelong World Cup two days later. Before returning to Europe, LoŽs Markerink , LoŽs Gunnewijk , Susanne Ljungskog and Annette Beutler will travel to New Zealand for the Tour of New Zealand, which is based around the nation's capital, Wellington.

'Down Under' Team 2007

LoŽs Markerink

LoŽs Gunnewijk

Susanne Ljungskog

Annette Beutler



Full Team Roster 2007

Annette Beutler

LoŽs Gunnewijk 

Britt Jochems 

Luise Keller 

Mie Lacota  

Susanne Ljungskog 

LoŽs Markerink 

Mirjam Melchers- van Poppel 

Amber Neben 

Madeleine Sandig 

Trine Schmidt  

Iris Slappendel 

Suzanne Van Veen


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