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Allrounder Anna and Jörg Scheiderbauer join the FELT ÖTZTAL X-BIONIC Worldcup Team
The sporting duo, Anna and Jörg Scheiderbauer complete the FELT ÖTZTAL X-BIONIC Worldcup Team. Anna and Jörg have a dual function in the team. As managing directors of the Scheiderbauer Sports GmbH they are both responsible for the management and the leadership of the team along with their role as Triathlon and Mountain Bike athletes.
Both show that a successful business life and success in professional sports can go hand in hand. In 2008 and 2009 Anna and Jörg achieved the ultimate prize in Event Organisation, being awarded the best UCI Mountain Bike World Cup event of the Year. Alongside running two mountain bike events and a triathlon event in Offenburg, Anna and Jörg also offer training and nutrition advice and manage a specialist mountain bike, road and triathlon shop.
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Canadian Zach Bell rode his Felt TK1 to two wins at the final round of the UCI World Cup Track Series in Beijing. Bell, who just switched to Felt a few short weeks ago, won both the points race and the scratch race in Beijing.
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Australia — The 2010 ProTour season is underway in Australia, and South African Robbie Hunter, a new recruit to the Garmin-Transitions team, was in the finishing mix in the first two stages of the Santos Tour Down Under. Hunter, picked up from the South African team Barloworld to give the team’s American sprinter Tyler Farrar an ace lead-out man, finished fourth in Wednesday’s second stage in Australia.
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Excitement, talent and determination were the perfect ingredients
for a successful sporting feast that is the Spec- Savers Ironman 70.3 South Africa. 
Spectators cheered for new champions, Britain’s Fraser
Cartmell and South Africa’s own Mari Rabie who broke the course and run records in the process.
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With Carolin Schiff and Vladi Riha the next two athletes have signed at
the FELT ÖTZTAL X-BIONIC Worldcup Team. While the previous athletes set
their focus on the olympic cross country, Riha and Schiff especially
prefer mountain bike marathon.
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Team line-up features four Australian riders including Cameron Meyer, newly crowned national time trial champion; Jack Bobridge to ride his first pro race
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Felt Bicycles is pleased to announce the addition of 2008 Ironman 70.3 World Champion Terenzo Bozzone to its lineup of talented Olympic and World Champion triathletes. The 24-year-old New Zealander will ride Felt bikes, including the DA triathlon bike and AR aerodynamic road bike, in 2010 and beyond.
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The young 22 year old Italian prooves again his potential winning brilliantly in Vina del Mar last weekend.
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Australia — Four days after his brother Cameron won the Australian Time Trial National Championship, 20-year-old Travis Meyer pulled off an incredible win in the Men's Australian Road Championship to give the Garmin-Transitions team not just one, but two 2010 Aussie National Champs.
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Australia — Cameron Meyer jump-started the Garmin-Transitions team's 2010 season with a big win Wednesday at the Australian Time Trial Championship. Meyer rode his Felt DA to victory in Buninyong, Victoria, blitzing the 39-kilometer course with a time of 50:52. He beat second-place finisher John Anderson by 28 seconds.
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