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    (Boise, Idaho) February 13, 2018 - Back to home soil this week for TWENTY20 Pro Cycling after a strong opening 2018 road campaign in Australia. With five of six roster athletes new to the team, the squad was focused on developing team synergy, working on the sprint train dynamics and gaining international racing exposure. On the heels of the recent announcements on equal prize pools for the women cycling events as the men's events, one of the USA's longest standing women's cycling program TWENTY20 Pro Cycling is focusing on using its fundamental values to create another season of amazing athletic performances. "The goal of the trip was to have the athletes come together and bond as a team. We had 5 women new to the program and none had ever been to Australia. It was a development trip in every sense of the word, and we used the time to build a foundation for the year," said Sports Director Mari Holden.

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