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    Juliana Furtado picture thread

    We gave Tomac his due, how about one of the most dominant U.S. female mountain bike racers of our time?

    ·2005 Inducted into the U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame
    ·1993 Inducted into the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame
    ·1994 voted by the USCF as Female Athlete of the Year
    ·1996 U.S. Olympic team member
    ·1996 NORBA Champion
    ·1996 Crosscountry World Cup 3rd overall
    ·1995 Silver medal Crosscountry Pan Am Games
    ·1994 America’s Crosscountry Champion
    ·1993-1995 World Cup Senior Champion
    ·1991-1995 National Cross-Country Champion
    ·1992 Downhill World Champion
    ·1990 Crosscountry World Champion
    ·1989 National Road Champion
    ·7-time World’s team member
    ·Member of the U.S. National Ski Team from 1980-1987.

    This is a large posterboard picture given to me several years ago by a friend who worked at the LBS.

    This is a page that I tore out of a mountain bike magazine years ago. I really dug it because it had the two top female riders fighting for position.
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    and somehow your signature under the last picture just doesn't seem right..way funny but just not quite right
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    Quote Originally Posted by stan4bikes
    and somehow your signature under the last picture just doesn't seem right..way funny but just not quite right
    Yeah, I guess it really doesn't belong in the same thread...
    Maybe time for a new quote.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Upchuck
    We gave Tomac his due, how about one of the most dominant U.S. female mountain bike racers of our time?

    Good call.
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    Love the Neon green zebra Etto! Thanks for the pics. -RAJ

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    I see Queen Juli hiking or riding around Santa Cruz every so often. She's very friendly and approachable, and seems to be doing well.

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    Juli rules. Truly the best of the best.

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    did anyone

    read the recent interview/article with her ? i was floored by the fact that she said that she always thought that she wasen't that good! strange self confidence issue for someone who was awesome at what she did....
    Life is a drink and you get drunk.... when you're young.....

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    I loved watching her race in Big Bear several times. I loved that era in mountain bike history!

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