“The Stache” Cozza To Pause His Career

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Monday February 27, 2012

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Monday, 27 february 2012 at 12:13

Steven ‘The Stache’ Cozza to pause his career
After struggling with enduring health problems, Steven Cozza has decided to pause his career as a professional cyclist.

“For too long now I have been struggling with Colitis. I am getting better at managing it but at this point it is not improving fast enough for me to continue at this professional level in the sport of cycling”, says Steven Cozza.

“I love the sport of cycling so to only be able to perform at 50% of my best because of my health has been very frustrating. I miss the rider I use to be – the aggressive one attacking nonstop throughout the race. Therefore, I have made a really tough decision to change my focus away from racing. I have to get my body and my health right – that’s all that counts. But in the end I can be proud because I know I gave it my best until the end”, explains Steven Cozza his decision.

“Team NetApp has been very supportive and I am so happy that they have reached such a high level of success in such a short time. I wish so much that I was able to give more to the team. I will miss all the guys and wish them the very best this season”, continues Steven Cozza.

“Steven was so crucial for helping our young team to advance. After our first year he was brave enough to believe in our ambitious plans. I take my hat off to this very private decision to pause the stressful side of life and to recharge his batteries“, says Ralph Denk, Team Manager Team NetApp.

“I want to thank all my loyal fans for all their support through the good and hard times of this sport.”

“NEVER GIVE UP!”

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“Never Give Up!”

“Never Give Up” from scott cozza on Vimeo.

Everyone at one time or another in life face harships or obsticles that may seem overwhelming. Don’t be afraid to reach out and ask for help from a friend or someone you trust. You can be proud of yourself for Never Giving Up and always trying your best no matter what the result.

The Brody Tatman Trust Fund

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I am asking for help from my friends and family and those I don’t know, but are willing to help my little buddy. My Godson Brody Tatman 2 years old was recently diagnosed with leukemia. Please help Brody by making a monetary contribution to The Brody Tatman Trust Fund.

Please spread the word and donate if at all possible.

Make checks payable to The Brody Tatman Trust Fund and please mail to:

The Brody Tatman Trust Fund
C/O Exchange Bank
6290 Commerce Blvd
Rohnert Park, CA 94928 USA

Telephone – 707 524 3000

Tax Deductible

If you’d like your donation to be * tax deductible then you can make your check out to

Steven Cozza Race for Kids and note the donation is for The Brody Trust Fund on your check. :-)

Your generous contribution will help pay for medical expenses and care that Brody’s parents, Jeff and Erika Tatman cannot afford.

Thanks guys

Steven :-)

Godfather Steven With Brody 1 Day Old

Brody My Godson April 3, 2010

Brody in the Hospital February 2012

www.caringbridge.org A nonprofit connecting family and friends when health matters most.
This is Erika and Jeff Tatman’s personal page to update us all on Brody’s
progress and a place where we can support them. -thanks all, Steven

A CaringBridge website was created to share health news and receive support.
Show your support. Visit and keep up to date. Leave a message in the
guestbook.
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Find Brody’s site at http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/brodytatman.
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Sincerely,
Steven Cozza
Brody Loves Cars. Doing what children do, having fun! :-)