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Cycling in the News: Abt on Bouyer at CAS

"Cycling in the News" is a regular service of VeloNews.com. Readers,reporters and friends are encouraged to send links to current stories aboutcompetitive cyclists and cycling that appear in the mainstream media. Ifyou come across a news item that you believe may be of interest to otherVeloNews readers, we would be grateful if you choose to send it to Rosters@InsideInc.com.Khaleej Times - March 14, 2005UAE plans continental cycling teamDUBAI — UAE is planning to form a continental cycling team toparticipate in all major championships around the world. The proposed teamof 16 cyclists, will

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“Cycling in the News” is a regular service of VeloNews.com. Readers,reporters and friends are encouraged to send links to current stories aboutcompetitive cyclists and cycling that appear in the mainstream media. Ifyou come across a news item that you believe may be of interest to otherVeloNews readers, we would be grateful if you choose to send it to Rosters@InsideInc.com.


Khaleej Times – March 14, 2005
UAE plans continental cycling team
DUBAI — UAE is planning to form a continental cycling team toparticipate in all major championships around the world. The proposed teamof 16 cyclists, will comprise nine UAE cyclists and the rest foreigners.The decision for the formation of such an elite team was taken recentlyduring a meeting of the board of the association, chaired by Shaikh Faisalbin Humaid Al Qasimi, president of the association. FULLSTORYhttp://www.khaleejtimes.com/DisplayArticle.asp?section=sports&xfile=data/sports/2005/March/sports_March285.xml


Geo Sports – Safar – Monday March 14, 2005
Iranians dominate third phase of Tour De Pakistan cycling 
HYDERABAD: Iranian cyclist Wahid Noraizi was first in Tour DePakistan cycle race third phase from Moro to Sukkur. Iranian Muslim Taimouriwas second and Sindh’s Sohail Ahmed was third in the phase. FULLSTORY


New York Post – March 10, 2005
Traitour de France
New York — He dumped his wife and now he’s turned his back on hiscountry.
Lance Armstrong, six-time winner of the Tour de France cycling race,said yesterday that Paris, not the Big Apple, should host the 2012 Olympics.”To be honest, I think Paris deserves the Games,” said Benedict ArnoldArmstrong.Incroyable!
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“Cycling in the News” is a regular service of VeloNews.com. Readers,reporters and friends are encouraged to send links to current stories aboutcompetitive cyclists and cycling that appear in the mainstream media. Ifyou come across a news item that you believe may be of interest to otherVeloNews readers, we would be grateful if you choose to send it to Rosters@InsideInc.com.