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Crédit Agricole’s Bobby Julich has signed a two-year contract with the Deutsche Telekom squad, a spokesman for the team said Tuesday.
Julich, 29, joins fellow American Kevin Livingston on the team of 1997 Tour de France winner Jan Ullrich. As a member of the French Cofidis team, Julich finished third in the 1998 Tour and then went on to join Crédit Agricole in 1999. Julich’s contract two-year deal with Crédit Agricole was not renewed at the end of this season.
Deutsche Telekom’s leader Ullrich has finished second three times since — to Italian Marco Pantani in 1998 and American Lance Armstrong for the last two years.