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June 06, 2004

NY Times profiles Chris Horner

nytimes.com | Americans Maneuver in a Competitive Market

Today's a big day for US cycling fans: the Tour of Germany wraps up, giving us a look at Jan Ullrich's fitness 1 month out from the Tour, the Dauphine Libere starts in France, showcasing most of the other Tour contenders, and the USPro Championships are today in Philadelphia.

The New York Times offers a profile of Chris Horner, who has won every race that matters in the US except the USPro, and spent time in Europe with Francaise des Jeux (he's now riding for Webcor).

Posted by Frank Steele on June 6, 2004 in Chris Horner, Rider profiles | Permalink

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