Technically speaking, Lance was most likely given his Off-Road pro card because he was a pro cyclist. Then from there using the special consideration section, got his on-road pro card due to his off-road results (which are USAT sanctioned).
Plus, Her eligibility should be good for a while, she just has to race once and get within 8% of the winning time and she gets her license back. So she has to race amateur for one race.http://www.usatriathlon.org/...p/qualification.aspx[/quote[/url]]
Well, she did race Wildflower, and wasn't within 8%. I wonder if that had anything to do with it. That being said, I'd give her a pro card if she wanted one, at least temporarily, she was a world champ for goodness sake.
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