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Sonny Colbrelli (Bardiani-CSF) celebrates his second win in a week
Photo: © Tim de Waele/TDW Sport.
Bole and Chinello round out podium. (cyclingnews.com)

September 20, 2014




Photo: Greg Van Avermaet confirmed his impressive disposition ahead of the World Championships, claiming his second victory this week in the Primus Classic Impanis - Van Petegem.
Long considered a rider lacking a spark to finish things off, Greg Van Avermaet proved that he knows how to win races as he take took his second victory of this week in Primus Classic Impanis – Van Petegem and became a clear favorite for the upcoming World Championship road race alongside Simon Gerrans and John Degenkolb. (cyclingquotes.com)

September 20, 2014




Photo: The Worlds team timetrial is an odd-ish event. It's a trade team event as opposed to all the other events.
First event out of the gate at Worlds, the Women's Team timetrial, might be one of the most hotly contested races as well. At least it is the one with the most clear-cut rivalry. The dominants of the past years Specialized-lululemon will be trying to hold of the challenge of a Rabo/Liv team that has dedicated much of their season to ousting the Spec-lulus from the TTT-throne. On Sunday we will see if they can. (podiumcafe.com)

September 20, 2014




Race leader Geraint Thomas (Sky)
Photo: © Tim de Waele.
Geraint Thomas hopes to close out his season with strong performances at the World Championships after what has been a long but successful season. The 28-year-old could have missed out on Worlds selection after a nasty crash stopped him from training but he will line up for Team Sky in Sunday's team time trial and then race again the following weekend in the men’s elite road race for Great Britain. (cyclingnews.com)

September 20, 2014





Photo: Sunday, September 21: Men's team time trial, 57.1km.
Sunday's UCI Road Worlds Elite Women Team Time Trial gets underway at 10:00am CET (4:00am U.S. Eastern) with the departure of the first team.  Road Worlds live streaming video should get underway at around 10:00am CET (4:00am U.S. Eastern).

Sunday's UCI Road Worlds Elite Men Team Time Trial gets underway at 2:00pm CET (8:00am U.S. Eastern) with the departure of the first team.  Road Worlds live streaming video should get underway at around 2:00pm CET (8:00am U.S. Eastern). (cyclingfans.com)

September 20, 2014




2014 Races & Results.

UCI Road World Championship - Sept 20-27 (Races),

Santos Tour Down Under - Jan 18-25 (Stages),

Vuelta a España - Aug 23-Sept 14 (Results),

Tour of Britain - Sept 7-14 (Results),

GP Cycliste de Montréal - Sept 14 (Results),

GP Cycliste de Québec - Sept 12 (Results),

Tour of Alberta - Sept 2-7 (Results),

Tour de France - July 5-27 (Results),

Giro d'Italia - May 9 - June 1 (Results),


September 20, 2014




Photo: The youngsters did a great job, both the stagiaires and Olivier Le Gac who has been professional since last August.
Arnaud Demare broke his long victory drought when he won yesterday's Kampioenschap van Vlaanderen in a sprint finish. The Frenchman praised the many youngsters that had helped him return to his winning ways. (cyclingquotes.com)

September 20, 2014





Photo: OPQS have won twice in a row but this year’s edition looks more open with several teams able to challenge.
This Sunday sees the UCI World Championships in Ponferrada, Spain start with the team time trial. If a team time trial isn’t new, the format is still a novelty at the worlds after it was introduced two years ago and more so since it features pro teams when the rest of the week is about national squads. (inrng.com)

September 19, 2014




Photo: French cyclist Arnaud Demare of the team FDJ celebrates on the podium... . © www.gettyimages.com
Arnaud Démare took advantage of a high-speed lead out from his FDJ.fr teammates to win the Kampioenschap van Vlaanderen - the Championship of Flanders in Koolskamp. (cyclingnews.com)

September 19, 2014




A very happy Tejay van Garderen (BMC)
Photo: © Tim de Waele/TDW Sport.
American talks pressure, fractured hips and his quest to win the Tour de France. (cyclingnews.com)

September 19, 2014





Alberto Contador (Tinkoff-Saxo)
Photo: © Bettini Photo.
After taking his sixth Grand Tour title at the Vuelta a España earlier this month, Alberto Contador (Tinkoff-Saxo) has announced that he will target the Giro d’Italia next season. (cyclingnews.com)

September 19, 2014




Photo: Ben Swift has signed a new contract with Team Sky, extending for a further two years until the end of the 2016 season.
Swift has enjoyed a strong season in 2014 after recovering from niggling shoulder injury, claiming stage wins in the Settimana Internazionale di Coppi e Bartali and the Tour of the Basque Country. (cyclingweekly.co.uk)

September 19, 2014




Photo: Over the last couple of years I have had the luck to ride for some of the biggest teams in the world.
Team MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung are happy to announce that Serge Pauwels will join the African Pro-Continental team next season. Pauwels joins Team MTN-Qhubeka after having spent the past 5 years racing at the World Tour level. (cyclingquotes.com)

September 19, 2014




Photo: Collin Snyder gets rad air on one of the many whoops created out of former compost piles on the grounds of this former airport. © Brian Hancock.
The Michigan Cyclocross series officially kicked off the first Saturday of September with the inaugural Alma Grand Prix of Cyclocross presented by Eclipse Cycling. The race turned out to be a hit with a very bright future as over 200 racers came out to the event. (cxmagazine.com)

September 19, 2014




Photo: The tubes are more angular and muscular looking for 2015, with the whole machine being much more in keeping with Canyon's Speedmax TT bike.
Canyon's Aeroad has been redesigned as the Aeroad CF SLX for 2015 and features several significant upgrades over the previous model. While the original suffered from a little rearward flex, the new Aeroad CF SLX is designed to be stiffer, lighter and more aero. (bikeradar.com)

September 19, 2014








Jens Voigt (Trek Factory Racing) shows off his Hour Record bike Photo: © @Maxime Schmid.
German Jens Voigt has become the first rider crack 50 kilometers ridden in the world hour record since the UCI modified the rules earlier this year. Voigt bested the previous mark, set by Ondrej Sosenka in Moscow on July 19, 2005 by more than a kilometer. (cyclingnews.com)

September 18, 2014




Bradley Wiggins' future remains uncertain after being left off Sky's 2014 Tour de France lineup. Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.com.
The Guardian has reported that Team Sky and British Cycling are investigating forming a development team which would have Bradley Wiggins as its leader and figurehead, from midway through 2015 into 2016, when the 2012 Tour de France winner hopes to bow out with a bid for an Olympic medal in Rio de Janeiro. (velonews.com)

September 18, 2014







Photo: Launching a perfectly timed sprint, Albasini managed to pass Colbrelli just before the line to win Tre Valli Varesine...
Michael Albasini continued Orica-GreenEDGE’s recent run of success when he won one of Italy’s oldest and most prestigious stage races, Tre Valli Varesine, in impressive fashion. Launching a perfectly time sprint from the 8-rider front group that had escaped on the penultimate lap of the main circuit, the Swiss passed Sonny Colbrelli just metres before the line while Filippo Pozzato rolled across the line as a distant third. (cyclingquotes.com)

September 18, 2014




Photo: Frustrating - but I won't be at Ponferrada 2014. Recovery doesn't proceed fast enough.
Bob Jungels was expected to feature in all three events held during the upcoming World Championships in Ponferrada as a part of Trek Factory Racing and Luxemburg national team, but the 21-year old rider was forced to withdraw his participation due to health problems. (cyclingquotes.com)

September 18, 2014





Sergio Pardilla (MTN-Qhubeka) Photo: © Bettini Photo.
After two seasons with African Pro-Continental team MTN-Qhubeka, Sergio Pardilla has decided to continue his career elsewhere in 2015. Pardilla told Spanish news agency EFE that he had no regrets from his time with MTN-Qhubeka and had enjoyed the "enriching experience" but was considering "some deals" from other teams. (cyclingnews.com)

September 18, 2014




Photo: Bradley Wiggins is due to lead Team Sky in the upcoming World Championship TTT event.
Team Sky has announced their squad for upcoming World Championship team time trial, to be held on September 21 in Ponferrada, Spain. While Bradley Wiggins is due to lead the team following his promising showing in Tour of Britain, Chris Froome missed the selection, reportedly to fully focus on the road race. (cyclingquotes.com)

September 18, 2014





Filippo Pozzato (Lampre - Merida) Photo: © Bettini.
Italian national coach Davide Cassani has confirmed the 11 riders selected for the Elite Men's road race at the World Championships, opting to select Edoardo Zardini instead of Filippo Pozzato despite the Lampre-Merida rider impressing with a series of placings in two of the Trittico Lombardo races in northern Italy. (cyclingnews.com)

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Eddy Boasson Hagen (Team Sky)
Photo: © Tim de Waele/TDW Sport.
Edvald Boasson Hagen has allayed concerns surrounding his drop from WorldTour to ProContinental level, he has faith that Team MTN-Qhubeka will provide him with a suitably strong race program. (cyclingnews.com)

September 20, 2014




Photo: Former cycling champion Pino Cerami, pictured at the finish of the Grand Prix Pino Cerami in 2004. Photo: AFP (file).
Cerami, who was born in Italy but emigrated to Belgium and attained Belgian nationality in 1956, won the ninth stage of the 1963 Tour de France at the age of 41 years and three months. His most successful campaign came in 1960 when he won Paris-Roubaix and Flèche Wallonne, and finished third in the world championship road race. (velonews.com)

September 20, 2014




Photo: They weren’t fair with me after I’d proved that I deserved to be selected with my performances this season.
The Luxemburg national team have found themselves in huge difficulties ahead of the World Championship road race held in Ponferrada on September 28. Jempy Drucker was expected to line-up in the event after both Bob Jungels and Frank Schleck were forced to withdraw, but thr Wanty-Groupe Gobert rider openly claimed to be offended by not being initially selected and thus refused to participate. (cyclingquotes.com)

September 20, 2014




Photo: The biggest news for Fizik shoes of 2015 is the clean inclusion of the Boa system for their shoes below the M1 level. The M3B UOMO is shown above. © Cyclocross Magazine.
Fizik is excited about adding boas to their products, more specifically their M3 and M5 men and women’s models made some interesting decisions surrounding them. One of the biggest of these is not including the retention of the Boa on their highest performance model, the M1 UOMO made from kangaroo leather, which will still use a buckle and two Velcro straps. (cyclingfans.com)

September 20, 2014




Photo: There’s no shortage of straight-line speed, and an acceptable trade-off between comfort and stiffness, but the slim, pointy rim section is a poor performer when the going gets gusty, and for the price they aren’t light.
BikeRadar verdict: 3 out of 5 stars. "Buy them for the looks, but you can go faster for the same money." (bikeradar.com)

September 20, 2014





Photo: His mark of 51.115km works out to 31.76 miles for those of us who still think in English units.
Jens Voigt has broken the hour record. It’s a simple statement, a declaration where the fact is beyond the reach of debate. He broke a record that is cycling itself, that is an aspiration no one needs to explain, an exploration of power so pure it leaves non-cyclists breathless. The wonder of the feat is staggering. (redkiteprayer.com)

September 19, 2014




Colby Pearce used this Lotus Sport 110 to set the US hour record in 1995
Photo: © Jonny Irick.
Buried below the list of legends who have held the hour record are numerous riders who have tried but fallen short. On the day that Jens Voigt succeeded in setting the new UCI hour record, former American hour record holder Colby Pearce was feeling a bit conflicted about the feat. (cyclingnews.com)

September 19, 2014




Photo: The paintjob includes a number of 'Jens-isms', including 'Jens Voigt can beat the 1 hour record in under 60 minutes'.
Voigt rode 51.115km in 60 minutes in the Velodrome Suisse in Grenchen on a custom Trek Speed Concept time trial bike, modified for use on the track. (roadcyclinguk.com)

September 19, 2014




Photo: Team Sky Confirmed
CATALDO Dario
KIRYIENKA Vasil
PUCCIO Salvatore
SIUTSOU Kanstantsin
THOMAS Geraint
WIGGINS Bradley.
Who's riding for who in the UCI World Team Time Trial Championships in Ponferrada, Spain. (cyclingweekly.co.uk)

September 19, 2014




Photo: A fresh faced Chad Haga in the Tour of Utah 2013...
Chad Haga went from competing in the US to a WorldTour rider in the season’s hardest Grand Tour in the matter of a year. A steep learning curve you might say, but Chad took it all in his stride. (pezcyclingnews.com)

September 19, 2014




Photo: Storck's signature-edition Aernario comes with Markus Storck's personal preferred build kit - which is decidedly high-end ...
Storck Bicycles is celebrating its 20th anniversary in the best way possible: with a new aero road bike, its first cyclocross model and a full range of limited-edition 20th anniversary models. (bikeradar.com)

September 19, 2014




Photo: Daily Distraction.
Easily the best shoes at Interbike... spied in the Nalini booth. (pezcyclingnews.com)

September 19, 2014




Photo: Called the Velo, the wrist strap uses the same continuous technology that monitors your heart rate using LED lights and an electro-optical cell.
What sets the Velo apart from their other HRMs is the new bridging capability which can read your ANT+ and BLE speed and cadence sensors. (bikerumor.com)

September 19, 2014




Photo: Good news is video quality, sound and image stabilization are still category leading for POV cameras.
Awesome image quality, sound and image stabilization now comes in a much smaller package. (roadbikereview.com)

September 19, 2014




Photo: innovative Y16 and Y12 wrenches/multi-tools from Crank Brothers.
Crank Brothers released their latest on-the-road tool kit, the Y16 and the Y12. The latter comes with small storage compartments while the former uses that space for a CO2 inflator head and chain breaker. (cxmagazine.com)

September 19, 2014




Photo: The Knight 65 wheels are brand new from Oregon's Knight Composites .
"The Oregon-based company has promised to rattle the established market-leaders by being faster, lighter and less expensive. And now we've got our hands on two sets (a 95 and 65) to give them a thorough lookover." (bikeradar.com)

September 19, 2014





Photo: Jens Voigt (Trek) attempts to break the hour record Photo: © AFP Photo.
UCI president Brian Cookson hopes that the hour record, broken today by Jens Voigt in Grenchen, Switzerland, will be just the first of a number of efforts since the UCI rule modification, and challenged the sport's top time trialists to have a go at the record. (cyclingnews.com)

September 18, 2014






Jens Voigt (Trek) during his final time trial Photo: © Tim de Waele/TDW Sport.
Eddy Merckx’s hour record of 49.431 kilometres, set in Mexico in 1972, has been the standard bearer for the event ever since the UCI decided to restrict the equipment available in 2000. Today (Thursday) Jens Voigt, who turned 43 on Wednesday, will become the first rider to tackle the hour since the rules were relaxed earlier this year. (cyclingnews.com)

September 18, 2014




Photo: I've got a verbal agreement with a team but I can't say where I'm going to be racing in 2015 yet, hopefully in the next few weeks.
Having ridden impressively in his first two years at the Continental level, Joe Dombrowski failed to perform in line with huge expectations after joining Team Sky in 2013. It took over 18 months to discover why the 23-year old American was unable to make any further progress, but it seems that another squad will benefit from a surgery he has recently undergone as he is set to change the squad for 2015 season. (cyclingquotes.com)

September 18, 2014




Photo: passing the baton by helping his son to break one of his records. ...
Scot pledges to do what he can to lose the mark he set in September 2013. (cyclingtips.com.au)

September 18, 2014




Matt Goss (Orica-GreenEdge) discusses this weeks sprint opportunities Photo: © Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us.
The MTN-Qhubeka team has confirmed that Matt Goss will ride for the South African ProContinental team in 2015. The 27 year-old Australian has struggled during his three years at the Orica-GreenEdge team, winning just two races, but hopes to rediscover the form and motivation that allowed him to win the 2011 Milan-San Remo. (cyclingnews.com)

September 18, 2014




The Criterium International will remain on Corsica for at least two more years. Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.com.
The Criterium International will continue to be raced in Corsica, at Porto-Vecchio, for the next two years, organizers announced Thursday. (velonews.com)

September 18, 2014




Photo: The TICKR X also acts as a standard HRM when connected to any smartphone via Bluetooth LE or any device that is ANT+ compatible.
As the third introduction to their Bluetooth Hear Rate Monitor line up, Wahoo is giving the device its own memory. Calling it the TICKR X, the built-in memory means the device will be able to track heart rate,
calorie burn, and duration of workouts up to 16 hours long without the strap connected to your smart phone. (bikerumor.com)

September 18, 2014




Photo: Straps at each side brace the open Pod, but it needs propping against something because the lid is too heavy to stand unsupported.
BikeRadar verdict: 3 out of 5 stars. "The internal fixings are fairly basic but the end result is quite effective." (bikeradar.com)

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Photo: Daily Distraction.

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September 20, 2014




Alejandro Valverde has been on the worlds podium five times, but never on the top step. Photo: AFP (file).
Alejandro Valverde will have his work cut out for him if he is to end years of near misses and finally land the world road title on home soil next week. The 34-year-old Spaniard will be one of the favorites for the road race at the UCI Road World Championships in Ponferrada, but time is running out for the 2009 Vuelta a Espana winner to finally claim the rainbow jersey following five previous podium finishes. (velonews.com)

September 20, 2014




Photo: Of course it is not easy. When we have won two years in a row, we can only lose. It is true that three of the 6 guys left the team.
Omega Pharma-Quick Step go into the World Team Time Trial championships as the winners of the two first editions of the race but have lost three of the key riders from last year’s roster. Nonetheless, team manager Patrick Lefevere feels confident in their chances, knowing that they have prepared everything meticulously. (cyclingquotes.com)

September 20, 2014




Alex Howes (Garmin-Sharp) getting kissed by the podium hostesess
Photo: © Tim de Waele/TDW Sport.
Garmin-Sharp’s Alex Howes is one of the six younger generation of American riders that USA Cycling selected to compete in the Elite men’s road race at the UCI Road World Championships held from September 21 to 28 in Ponferrada, Spain, and he is motivated to put forth a strong performance in what will be his last race of the season. (cyclingnews.com)

September 20, 2014




Onboard cameras provide a new dimension to the finishing moments of the stage 5 sprint at the 2014 Tour de Suisse..
The UCI will test on-bike cameras and new real-time rider location technology at the upcoming UCI Road World Championships, the governing body announced Saturday. It will share knowledge gained from the test with the sport’s stakeholders, including broadcasters. (velonews.com)

September 20, 2014




Photo: Take a break and chill out to recover properly .
Let’s be honest, many of us regard anything other than actually turning the pedals as a waste of time, as far as improving cycling fitness is concerned. But according to the experts, we could be selling ourselves short. (bikeradar.com)

September 20, 2014




Photo: To better accommodate smaller riders, Detroit Bikes is not expanding their product line to include a step through frame called the B-Type.
"Last year we featured a story about a small company called Detroit Bikes, who was manufacturing affordable commuter bikes in the United States. Available only in one size and color to keep prices affordable, the completes came equipped with a nexus 3 speed hub, front brake, rear coaster brake, and rack." (bikerumor.com)

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September 19, 2014




Tyler Farrar finished second to Niki Terpstra at Dwars door Vlaanderen in March. Photo by Tim de Waele.
For the first time since 2008, Tyler Farrar will be donning a new jersey next season. The veteran sprinter is accepting a new challenge at MTN-Qhubeka, the African-based team with big ambitions for the future. (velonews.com)

September 19, 2014




Photo: Pack up your bike, fly to some exotic location, and ride to your heart’s content...
While a great photo is all it takes to inspire a cycling trip, actually embarking on the journey is fraught with challenges. Luke Pegrum reflects on a recent trip to provide some tips on how to plan for and make the most of your next cycling adventure. (cyclingtips.com.au)

September 19, 2014




Me and my brother after stage 8 of the 2014 Giro Rosa
Photo: © Mara Abbott.
"I have had a bit of time off from racing in August. This has left me at home with time to revel in the company of my family (my parents and my bro) and also my family (the Rocky Mountains and the friends I find there)." (cyclingnews.com)

September 19, 2014





Photo: Members of Colombia's women's cycling team (Reuters).
The woman who designed the controversial 'nude' Colombian cycling kit has defended the outfit after a massive online backlash. (uk.eurosport.yahoo.com)

September 19, 2014




Photo: The 33 year old took two stages, the overall classification and the points competition in Premondiale Giro Toscana Int. Femminile last week.
Two days after it was announced that Annemiek van Vleuten would join the squad, the Bigla Cycling team has today confirmed that the American Shelley Olds will also be part of the setup in 2015. (cyclingtips.com.au)

September 19, 2014




Photo: The young superstar was right, but didn’t do enough to get in front of Sven at the critical moment..
"Earlier this week, Bill Schieken of In the Crosshairs talked with Sven Nys on SVENNESS. At CrossVegas 2014, he also got the chance to talk tactics with Lars van der Haar. One major takeaway is bombarding the assumption that everyone was waiting for Nys to finally make an attack. According to Van der Haar, it appears as if a cat-and-mouse game was being played right up to the barriers, where Lars figured Nys would be making his move."

September 19, 2014




Photo: It’s a curious thing, being out there on the steppe, in a land with no walls or fences, with 4,500km stretching out before you...
"It’s hard to know where to begin when trying to describe something that is, essentially, indescribable. But that is exactly what riding a mountain bike over 900 kilometers (560 miles), while climbing over 14,000 meters (45,900 feet), in seven days in Mongolia is - indescribable." (velonews.com)

September 19, 2014




Photo: Moto 3i internal hub 3-speed ...
The Moto has a 6061-T6 aluminum frame, 29-inch wheels and Hayes mechanical disc brakes. It’s available as either a single-speed or a 3-speed with SRAM’s i-Motion internal rear hub and i-3 Twist shifter.

September 19, 2014




Photo: Its heavy weight hampers its true performance...
BikeRadar verdict: 3 out of 5 stars. "Good handling and a comfortable ride but the Orbea’s package is too weighty to shine." (bikeradar.com)

September 19, 2014





Photo: The Washoe project offers a made in the USA frame that showcases our vision of a modern steel platform.
The Washoe features custom butted size-specific Reynolds 853 steel tubing, an Enve carbon fork and can be equipped with either mechanical or electronic drivetrains. The Washoe is available as a frame kit or as a truly customizable complete bicycle. All bicycles are professionally assembled, tuned and delivered to the customer, ready to ride. (bikeworldnews.com)

September 19, 2014




Photo: Norco Threshold Carbon 105.
From budget bikes to budget breakers, there's something for everyone. (roadbikereview.com)

September 19, 2014




Photo: She was thrown over the handlebars of her bike and struck her head (she was also not wearing a helmet). bicycle crash Olson sued the city for negligence. © fdslaw.com
Anna Weltman: "I am looking for participants to be in a Research Study that I am conducting for my Master's thesis in Sport Psychology. My thesis is on cyclists who crash and what it takes to get them back on the bike after they have recovered. Please email me to volunteer" (dougreport.com)

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September 18, 2014




Photo: Paul Tetrick, 83, Badass (Jamie Kripke).
Who says aging up has to slow you down? New research shows that our bodies are capable of some impressive accomplishments on the bike as we get older. (bicycling.com)

September 18, 2014





John Degenkolb wants to win the green jersey at the Tour de France. Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.com.
More than anything, John Degenkolb is a realist. Despite winning nine stages in two editions of the Vuelta a España, he doesn’t consider himself a sprinter. And, after winning his first grand tour points jersey at the Vuelta, suffering through the final week with an infection that left him in a hospital bed, Degenkolb also realizes that if he wants to win the green jersey at the Tour de France, he will have to part ways with teammate and friend Marcel Kittel. (velonews.com)

September 18, 2014




Francesco and Ignazio Moser take centre stage. Photo: © Bettini.
BMC Development rider Ignazio Moser has announced his retirement from professional cycling at the age of 22. The Italian cyclist who is the son of Francesco Moser, a former World Champion and Giro d'Italia champion, decided to hang up his wheels as he found he no longer had the passion to race. (cyclingnews.com)

September 18, 2014




Photo: Sean and Jesse Yates, National 10-mile time trial championships 2014 ...
Former Sky and current NFTO directeur sportif Sean Yates could move back into the WorldTour next season. (cyclingweekly.co.uk)

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