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Sengers Ladies Cycling Team
Sengers Ladies Cycling Team (UCI Code: SLT) was a women's professional cycling team based in Belgium. Riders for Sengers Ladies Cycling Team competed in the UCI Women's Road World Cup and other elite women's events throughout the world.
The 2012 women's road cycling season was the first for the Sengers Ladies Cycling Team.
This section needs to be updated.July 2014)(
Ages as of 1 January 2013.
Ages as of 1 January 2012.
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