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December 12/11 22:01 pm - UCI Announces Final List of 2012 Pro Continental Teams

Posted by Editoress on 12/12/11

The UCI has finalized the list of 22 teams that has met the criteria for registration as Pro Continental (second division) teams. Fifteen teams, including Canada's SpiderTech powered by C10, were announced in the first stage of registration on November 2nd. Roughly three weeks later five more teams were announced (after supplying extra documentation), and now the final two squads have been approved - Project 1T4I (Netherlands) and Team Europcar (France). Both of these teams had applied for ProTeam (first division) status but were not successful.

Final list of Pro Continental teams for 2012:

Accent Jobs – Willems Veranda's (Bel)
Acqua & Sapone (Ita)
Androni Giocattoli (Ita)
Bretagne - Schuller (Fra)
Caja Rural (Esp)
Cofidis, Le Credit En Ligne (Fra)
Colnago – Csf Inox (Irl)
Colombia – Coldeportes (Col)
Landbouwkrediet (Bel)
Saur – Sojasun (Fra)
Spidertech Powered By C10 (Can)
Team Netapp (Ger)
Team Type 1 – Sanofi (USA )
Topsport Vlaanderen – Mercator (Bel)
Unitedhealthcare Pro Cycling Team (USA)

Teams that initially were candidates for UCI ProTeam status but that have finally been registered in the second division:

Project 1T4I (Ned)
Team Europcar (Fra)

Teams registered in the second division following meetings of the Licence Commission on 18 and 23 November:

Andalucia (Esp)
Champion System Pro Cycling Team (Chn)
Farnese Vini (GBr)
Rusvelo (Rus)
Utensilnord Named (Irl)


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