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February 05, 2004

Bobby Julich: Fresh start at 32?

sacbee.com -- Sports -- Old pro rides on

In the dark days after Lance Armstrong was diagnosed with testicular cancer, America's hope in European cycling was Bobby Julich, who made the podium with a third-place finish in the Tour in 1998.

Julich, who raced for Telekom, but wasn't selected for the Tour in 2003, joins CSC, Tyler Hamilton's former squad, where he'll ride for Bjarne Riis. Like Armstrong, Julich is 32. Like Armstrong, he'll be competing in the Tour de Georgia in April.

Posted by Frank Steele on February 5, 2004 in Tour de Georgia, Tour news | Permalink


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