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Raleigh Lifeforce Creation dominate Swiss TT Championships

5 from top 6 are Raleigh riders

Swiss TT Championships 2007

Raleigh's riders dominated the Swiss TT Championships this week. 5 of the top 6 riders are from the squad. Breaking up the party was younger sister to winner, Karin Thurig, Andrea (Bigla Cycling Team).


1    Karin Thürig (Raleigh Lifeforce Pro Cycling Team)    49.34.5 (45.02 km/h)
2    Doppmann Priska (Raleigh Lifeforce Creation HB)     1.58.9
3    Schnider Pascale (Raleigh Lifeforce Creation HB)     3.02.7
4    Andrea Thürig (Bigla Cycling Team)                         3.20.1
5    Caroline Steffen (Raleigh Lifeforce Creation HB)        3.39.5
6    Patricia Schwager (Raleigh Lifeforce Creation HB)    4.09.0
7    Catherine Lohri (Bigla Cycling Team)                       4.44.9
8    Sereina Trachsel                                                   4.59.8
9    Dolores Rupp (PeRu Raicing Team)                        6.36.9
10  Nicole Käser (Team Specialized Designs For Women) 7.48.8
11  Marcelle Moser (RSC Aaretal Münsingen)                10.28.4
12  Katrin Aeschlimann (Wynigen)                                10.36.2
13  Astrid Gruskovnjak (Procyclingaarau)                       12.02.1

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pascale patricia siegerehrung sm tt07 steffen

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