RadioShack, GreenEdge complete World Tour lineup

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AIGLE, Switzerland (AP)

RadioShack-Nissan and GreenEdge have been approved to race on the International Cycling Union's 2012 World Tour, completing the lineup of 18 teams.

RadioShack-Nissan's squad grew from the merger of Lance Armstrong's Texas-based RadioShack squad and the Leopard-Trek team from Luxembourg, led by brothers Andy and Frank Schleck.

GreenEdge is a new team from Australia.

The UCI's World Tour features 14 stage races, including the three grand tours of France, Italy and Spain, plus 14 one-day classics.

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