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Joining them is Brent Bookwalter, who finished third overall and won the sprints classification Sunday at the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah and Peter Stetina, who made his comeback to racing in Utah

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BRENT BOOKWALTER

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DAMIANO CARUSO

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MICHAEL SCHÄR

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PETER STETINA

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ROHAN DENNIS

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TAYLOR PHINNEY

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17.08.2015 @ 10:00 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

The BMC Racing Team's roster for the USA Pro Challenge includes Tour de France stage winner Rohan Dennis, Damiano Caruso – who finished eighth at the Giro d'Italia – and 2012 stage winner Taylor Phinney.

 

Dennis won the Stage 1 individual time trial at the Tour de France last month and wore the yellow leader's jersey for one day. The former world hour record holder later helped the BMC Racing Team win the Stage 9 team time trial. Caruso, who was also part of the winning team time trial squad at the Tour de France, makes his third appearance in the race after finishing 12th in 2012 and 14th in 2013. Phinney, who recently made a comeback 16 months after a serious crash, won the 2012 Stage 7 individual time trial in the race that takes place in his home state.

Joining them is Brent Bookwalter, who finished third overall and won the sprints classification Sunday at the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah and Peter Stetina, who made his comeback to racing in Utah following a serious crash in Spain in April. Past Swiss national road champion Michael Schär, Manuel Senni and stagiaire Kilian Frankiny round out the team's roster for the seven-day race that begins Monday.

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Brent Bookwalter (USA), Damiano Caruso (ITA), Rohan Dennis (AUS), Kilian Frankiny (SUI), Taylor Phinney (USA), Michael Schär (SUI), Manuel Senni (ITA), Peter Stetina (USA).

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