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Milram chooses Gerdemann to lead at Giro d’Italia

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Linus Gerdemann is slated to be the leader for Team Milram at Giro d’Italia next month. The 27-year-old German expressed his excitement over the upcoming race, “I’m very much looking forward to it. The Giro is a race with the highest priority for me. I always like to ride in Italian races and feel very comfortable there.”

The team’s roster will include Robert Forster who won three stages at the Giro before, Luke Roberts who won a stage at the Vuelta a Murcia and Thoman Rohregger from Austria.

Fabian Wegmann will lead the team at the Fleche Wallone since Gerdemann will sit the race out due to his recovery from bronchitis. Artur Gajek is Gerdemann’s replacement in the line-up. Gerdemann expects he can compete by Sunday for the Liege-Bastogne-Liege.

The rest of the Milram team for the Fleche Wallone are Johannes Fröhlinger, Christian Knees, Dominik Nerz, Dominik Roels, Paul Voß and Peter Wrolich.


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Gerdemann and Fröhlinger Back for Milan-San Remo

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Team Milram captain Linus Gerdemann and teammate Johannes Fröhlinger has been removed from the injured list and will be back in action in time for the upcoming 2010 Milan-San Remo race this Saturday.

The two cyclists have been recovering from intestinal problems that have plagued them since the Tirreno-Adriatico stage race in Italy, where they had to be taken out and replaced by two other teammates. Now they are back on the saddle and will be joined by teammates Christian Knees, Luke Roberts, Markus Fothen, Roy Sentjens, Niki Terpstra, and Paul Voss.

However, Team Milram will have to put two other riders on the sick list, as fellow team captain Gerald Ciolek has still yet to get back on the saddle from a shoulder operation, and Fabian Wegmann is out due to a broken collarbone. Ciolek is currently based in an altitude training camp and undergoing rehab with physiotherapist Christian…

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