Frank in, Andy injured in RadioShack line-up

RadioShack-Nissan-Trek turned to veterans Jens Voigt and American Chris Horner for the Tour de France in announcing their line-up after Andy Schleck missed out through injury.

Schleck, this year promoted to 2010 champion after Alberto Contador's exit, sustained a fractured pelvis last week but his brother Frank, third last year, is among the nine-rider line-up.

Joining him is German Voigt and fellow 40-year-old Horner, of the United States (both pictured).

The other riders include Swiss Olympic time-trial champion Fabian Cancellara, Andreas Kloeden - second in the 2004 Tour - and French hope Tony Gallopin.

The race begins in Liege, Belgium on June 30.

Line-up:

Fabian Cancellara (SUI)

Tony Gallopin (FRA)

Chris Horner (USA)

Andreas Kloeden (GER)

Maxime Monfort (BEL)

Yaroslav Popovych (UKR)

Frank Schleck (LUX)

Jens Voigt (GER)

Haimar Zubeldia (ESP)