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Team Columbia-HTC  for 2010

New signings announced, more to come

Cantele and Stevens confirmed

Team Columbia-HTC, the winningest team in professional cycling, will "continue to do what we do best" in 2010 and build an environment that breeds success.  During 2008 and 2009 the men's team won 152 UCI races to date, and the women's team has won 109 to date and earned the number one UCI ranking for three consecutive years.

"It starts with motivated, capable people," says team owner Bob Stapleton. "When you combine talent with teamwork and the best technology and methods, we can accelerate athletic growth and success for all athletes.

"We believe the 12 young men and women that have joined our teams for 2010 will grow rapidly as a part of our program and continue the success we have been able to achieve over the last two years
," added Stapleton.

To date, the Columbia-HTC squad includes 9 women.  The team has the flexibility to add additional athletes in the coming months.

The team will add Evelyn Stevens [26, USA] and Italian Time Trial Champion Noemi Cantele [28]. Discussions with additional riders are underway.

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Squad to Date

Kim Anderson - 41 - USA
Judith Arndt - 34 - Germany
Noeme Cantele - 28 - Italy
Emilia Fahlin - 20 - Sweden
Luise Keller - 25 - Germany
Evelyn Stevens - 25 - USA
Ina-Yoko Teutenberg - 34 - Germany
Ellen Van Dijk - 22 - Netherlands
Linda Villumsen - 24 - Denmark

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Noemi Cantele (Italian TT Champion)

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Evelyn Stevens won a stage of the 2009 Route de France

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