Andy Pruitt’s name has become synonymous with sports medicine for cycling. As director of the Boulder Center for Sports Medicine in Boulder, Colorado, Pruitt has made a career out of treating world-class riders such as Lance Armstrong and George Hincapie. And in 1996, Pruitt served as chief medical officer for the United States Olympic Cycling Team.
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