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American team to roll out for first time in Australia

Geelong Tour for UCI registered women's team

American and Canadian Champions to race Down Under

NRC (National Racing Calendar) Champion Tina Pic and Canadian National Champion Alex Wrubleski of the Colavita/Sutter Home Women’s Cycling Team presented by Cooking Light will race against the top women cyclists in the world at Australia’s Geelong Tour, the first UCI (Union Cycliste International) event of the 2007 season.  Dotsie Bausch (USA) and Alison Powers (USA) will also represent the Colavita/Sutter Home squad at the three-day, four-stage race, which runs from February 27 through March 1.
We are thrilled that the Colavita/Sutter Home Women’s Cycling Team presented by Cooking Light will  make its UCI debut at the Geelong Tour, which consistently draws the finest cyclists from the international women’s peloton,” says Team Director Jim Williams.  “In addition, Tina, Alex, Dotsie and Alison are excited to race in the first round of the 2007 UCI Women’s World Cup at the Geelong World Cup on March 3."
In preparation, Pic, Wrubleski, Bausch and Powers will join team-mates Iona Wynter Parks (JAM), Sue Palmer-Komar (CAN), Mackenzie Dickey (USA), Stacey Spencer (CAN), Candice Blickem (USA), Sara Tillotson (USA), and Andrea Dvorak (USA) for eight days of rigorous training with the Colavita/Sutter Home Men’s Cycling Team in Napa Valley, CA from February 2-12. Hosted by co-title sponsor Sutter Home Winery, the training schedule will include steep hill climbs and long stretches of flat road to also ready the Colavita/Sutter Home Men’s Cycling Team for the upcoming Amgen Tour of California.


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