Jeannie during  The HP LaserJet Women's Challenge

Jeannie Longo-Ciprelli Proves She's The World's Greatest Cyclist By Decisively Winning  The Richest And Longest Stage Race In North America, The HP LaserJet Women's Challenge

Boise, ID, June 20, 1999  - The 12-time World Champion, Olympic Gold Medallist, Hour Record Holder and winningest cyclist with over 575 career victories, Jeannie Longo-Ciprelli (Ebly), thoroughly dominated a strong international field throughout the 12-day,
13-stage HP LaserJet Women's Challenge, winning by 3 minutes and 41 seconds over her nearest competitor, American Mari
Holden (HP Toner). Longo-Ciprelli, with the help of her powerful Ebly teammates, took control of the race in stage two, never
relinquishing the blue Race Leader's jersey over the remaining 11 stages.

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Top Three Overall Individual (l-r): Mari Holden (2nd place, HP Toner); Jeannie
Longo-Ciprelli (1st place, Elby); Zoulfija Zabirova (3rd place, HP Toner).

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