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Written by Monte Hamilton   
Sunday, 21 December 2008
Update: Launceston Criterium
December 21, 2008 

Hilton Clarke Wins Launceston Criterium in Tasmania

1 Hilton Clarke  Toyota-United Pro Cycling Team
2 Baden Cooke  Barloworld
3 Simon Gerrans  Credit Agricole
Robbie McEw3en  Silence-Lotto
Mark Jamieson
Bernard Sulzberger  Virgin BLue Australia
Richie Porte  Praties
Nathan Clarke  Praties
Malcolm Rudolph 
Clay Murfet 
Matt Goss  CSC - Saxo Bank
Stuart O'Grady  CSC - Saxo Bank
Karl Menzies  HealthNet pb Maxxis
Abe Manion
Cameron Wurf  Bissell

Contact for United Cycling LLC:  Sean P. Tucker 8  
About Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc.: Toyota established operations in the United States in 1957 and currently operates ten manufacturing plants including one under construction.  There are more than 1,400 Toyota, Lexus and Scion dealerships in the U.S. which sell more than 2 million vehicles a year.  Toyota directly employs over 32,000 in the U.S. and its investment here is currently valued at more than $13 billion, including sales and manufacturing operations, research and development, financial services and design.

About United Pro Cycling Team, L.L.C.
Based in Newport Beach, California, a wholly owned subsidiary of United Cycling, L.L.C, United Pro Cycling Team is owned and operated by Sean Tucker.  Comprised of some of the top cycling talent in the country, it is positioned to be the premier cycling team in America.  In addition to its racing team, United Cycling, L.L.C, wholly owns and operates United Bicycles, L.L.C.  The team has also designated the United Cycling Foundation, Inc. as its designated charity, committed to raise awareness and funds for American causes including homelessness and the environment.  See the 2008 Team Promotional Video at:

Additional Toyota-United Sponsors:
In 2008,  The Toyota-United Pro Cycling Team is exclusively sponsored by, Bicycling Magazine, Bontrager, Giordana Clothing, Fuji Bicycles, Shimano, SockGuy, Specialized Bicycle Components, and United Bicycles, in addition to title sponsor Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc.

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