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Svein Tuft

Age: 31 (Langley, B.C.) EVENTS Road race and time trial PRIOR OLYMPICS None Tuft, 31, is best known to U.S. cycling fans for his win at the snowy 2007 U.S. Open in Virginia and the Redlands prologue that year. The Langley, British Columbia resident began bike racing in 1999 and had stints on the Broadmark Capital, Mercury and Prime Alliance teams before joining the Symmetrics team, which also is home to Zach Bell, who is racing on the track in Beijing. Tuft, the four-time Canadian time trial champ, is hoping to bring the country its first Olympic road cycling medal since Steve Bauer’s silver in 1984.

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Age: 31 (Langley, B.C.)

EVENTS

Road race and time trial

PRIOR OLYMPICS

None

Tuft, 31, is best known to U.S. cycling fans for his win at the snowy 2007 U.S. Open in Virginia and the Redlands prologue that year. The Langley, British Columbia resident began bike racing in 1999 and had stints on the Broadmark Capital, Mercury and Prime Alliance teams before joining the Symmetrics team, which also is home to Zach Bell, who is racing on the track in Beijing. Tuft, the four-time Canadian time trial champ, is hoping to bring the country its first Olympic road cycling medal since Steve Bauer’s silver in 1984.  |  Photo: Rob Jones

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EVENTS

Road race and time trial

PRIOR OLYMPICS

None

Tuft, 31, is best known to U.S. cycling fans for his win at the snowy 2007 U.S. Open in Virginia and the Redlands prologue that year. The Langley, British Columbia resident began bike racing in 1999 and had stints on the Broadmark Capital, Mercury and Prime Alliance teams before joining the Symmetrics team, which also is home to Zach Bell, who is racing on the track in Beijing. Tuft, the four-time Canadian time trial champ, is hoping to bring the country its first Olympic road cycling medal since Steve Bauer’s silver in 1984.  |  Photo: Rob Jones