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86th Giro d'Italia
Stage 17 Salice Terme 28 May 2003

Alessio and CCC Polsat

Photos courtesy of Fabio, all rights reserved.
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Andrea No


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Andrea No again. The Lombard is still hoping to get a podium spot in Milan.


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Angelo Furlan, one of Italy's most promising young sprinters


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Denis Lunghi, the best professional rider from Fausto Coppi's Piedmont region


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And here is FABIO (... Baldato, of course)!!!


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Franco Pellizotti heading for the startline


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Fairheaded Franco Pellizotti again.

CCC Polsat

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CCC Polsat's Directeur Sportif Andrzej Sypytkowski. He got to Italy first in the 80s, when he took part in some races (including Settimana Lombarda "The third most important race for Polish riders" after Tour de Pologne and Peace Race, in Andrzej's own words) with the Polish National Team of the time, with Jaskula as teammate, and the likes of Ludwig and Abdujaparov as rivals on Italian roads. Turned a pro with Kelme in 1994, then moved to other teams including Mroz, where he stayed until 1999, the year he won a Tour of Japan stage from Saturn's Chris Wherry and the above mentioned Lunghi.


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Excellent Time-Triallist Bohdan Bondariew of Ukraine (5th place finisher this past Sunday in Bozen). Bondariew, who will be 29 next Monday, got four wins in the past season, when riding with the Mroz outfit.
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Poland's Piotr Chmielewski

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