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Lampre Cuts Chris Horner

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Nov 04, 2014 – Chris Horner, the oldest winner of a Grand Tour, is in search of a new team after Italian outfit Lampre decided not to renew his contract on Tuesday.

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The American, who last year stunned many with his victory in the Tour of Spain at the age of 41, joined Lampre in January but suffered broken ribs and a punctured lung when he was hit by a car on a training ride in April. He recovered sufficiently to compete in the Tour de France where he finished 17th in the overall standings.

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