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Answered 2013-06-12 11:04:05

Cofidis (french), in 1996

United States Postal Service

RadioShack, in 2009
first Team Motorola, then cancer..then US Postal, then discovery, then retierment...now Astana
He now races for Team Radio Shack

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The first 6 tours were won with the United States Postal Service Cycling Team. The final and seventh win was won while a member of the Discovery Channel Cycling Team.

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