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Prime Alliance beefs up for ’02

The Prime Alliance Cycling Team officially announced its 2002 roster Tuesday, confirming its position as an up-and-coming force on the domestic road racing scene. Returning team members include world under-23 time trial champion Danny Pate, Michael Creed, Jonas Carney, Jame Carney, Ryan Miller and John Walrod. New signings for 2002 include former Mercury pros Chris Horner and John Peters, Matt Decanio, David McCook, Alex Candelario and Canadian Svein Tuft. The team will continue to focus on U.S. races, including a heavy emphasis on National Racing Calendar events. Last year Prime Alliance

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By VeloNews Interactive

The Prime Alliance Cycling Team officially announced its 2002 roster Tuesday, confirming its position as an up-and-coming force on the domestic road racing scene. Returning team members include world under-23 time trial champion Danny Pate, Michael Creed, Jonas Carney, Jame Carney, Ryan Miller and John Walrod.

New signings for 2002 include former Mercury pros Chris Horner and John Peters, Matt Decanio, David McCook, Alex Candelario and Canadian Svein Tuft.

The team will continue to focus on U.S. races, including a heavy emphasis on National Racing Calendar events. Last year Prime Alliance racked up 30 wins.

Prime Alliance 2002 team riders

Alex Candelario (first-year pro)

Jonas Carney

Jame Carney

Michael Creed

Matt Decanio (transfer from Saturn)

Chris Horner (transfer from Mercury)

David McCook (transfer from 7UP)

Ryan Miller

Danny Pate

John Peters (transfer from Mercury)

Svein Tuft (first-year pro)

John Walrod