Cramo Go:green

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Cramo Go:green
Team information
UCI codeALR (2008–2009)
AGG (2010–2013)
RegisteredSweden
Founded2008 (2008) [1]
Disbanded2013
Discipline(s) Road
Status UCI Women's Team
Bicycles Trek (2010–2011)
Alriksson (2012)
Lapierre (2013)
Team name history
2008–2010–2012
2013
Alriksson Cycle Team
Alriksson Go:Green
Cramo Go:green

Cramo Go:green (UCI code AGG) was a professional women's cycling team, based in Sweden, [2] [3] which competed in elite road bicycle racing events such as the UCI Women's Road World Cup.

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Major wins

2010
Linköping, Madelene Olsson
Overall Wänershofs 2-dages, Malin Rydlund
Stage 2 Malin Rydlund
Overall Silkeborg Viborg Hammel, Jennie Stenerhag
Stage 1, Madelene Olsson
Stages 2 & 3, Jennie Stenerhag
Distriktsmesterskab Time Trial Championships, Henriette Lygum Christensen

National champions

2009
MaillotSuecia.PNG Sweden Road Race, Jennie Stenerhag

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