The Week That Was...
Ian comments on the happenings in the world of cycling.
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The Pro Tour itself continues to cause ripples of unrest within the European professional scene. Last week the UCI announced the final line-up of the twenty teams that will compete in the inaugural Pro Tour itself. The final three teams added were Bouygues Telecom (formerly Brioches La Boulang?re), De Nardi-Domina Vacanze and Lampre-Saeco, the later two both being amalgamations of existing Italian teams. These teams will join those already approved: Cofidis, Credit Agricole, CSC, Davitamon-Lotto, Discovery Channel, Euskaltel-Euskadi, Fassa Bortolo, FDJeux.com, Gerolsteiner, Illes Balears, Liberty Seguros, Liquigas, Phonak Hearing Systems, Quick Step, Rabobank, Saunier Duval and T-Mobile. At this stage the organizers of the three major tours, ASO, RCS and Unipublic, still maintain that their events will not be included in the 2005 Pro Tour.
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