The Week That Was...

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12/14/2004| 0 comments
by Ian Melvin

The Week That Was...

Ian comments on the happenings in the world of cycling.

Director Johan Bruyneel announced that no decision would be made until May.  "We're going to do it a little differently this season," Bruyneel said. "It's best if Lance rolls into the season and see how it goes, then see how well he's motivated. I know he's very relaxed."  The team will reconvene in mid-January for a two-week training camp at
Solvang, California.  Bruyneel went on to add that after 6 weeks of competition between March and April including a number of the Spring Classics, Armstrong would return to the
US
to make a decision on which races would make up the remainder of his season.

 

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Until next week,


Ian

ian@roadcycling.com

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