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Discussion in 'Spain' started by Frank Cunha, Sep 20, 2003.

  1. Frank Cunha

    Frank Cunha New Member

    Sep 17, 2001
    UNION TOWNSHIP, NJ
    Cycling
    the spanish once again are controlling the famous La Vuelta of Spain, believe once Lance Armstrong retire's, Spain will be the leaders for a long time, they have a new crop of cyclists coming up.

    Petachi a sprinter won today's stage

    Isidro Nozel could be the next superstars of Spain Cycling

    14th stage Petachi again

    Petachi four stage win in Spain


    Maia Milaneza still in 6th place out of 22 teams
    Isidro Nozel with the yellow shirt a new superstar is born

    Angel Edo [Maia Milaneza] finish in 9th

    standings 14 th stage


    1. Alessandro Petacchi (Ita), Fassa Bortolo, 3.43.16
    2. Fred Rodriguez (EUA), Saunier Duval-Vini Caldirola, m.t.
    3. Erik Zabel (Ale), Team Telekom, m.t.
    4. Thomas Bruun (Din), Team CSC, m.t.
    5. Tom Boonen (Bel), Quick Step-Davitamon, m.t.
    6. Angelo Furlan (Ita), Alessio, m.t.
    7. Steven De Jongh (Hol), Rabobank, m.t.
    8. Gorka Gonzalez (Esp), Euskaltel-Euskadi, m.t.
    9. Angel Edo (Esp), Milaneza-MSS, m.t.
    10. Alberto Vinale (Ita), Alessio, m.t.
    (...)
    19. Txema del Olmo (Esp), Milaneza-MSS, m.t.
    40. Joan Horrach (Esp), Milaneza-MSS, m.t.
    97. Pedro Cardoso (Por), Milaneza-MSS, m.t.
    101. Renato Silva (Por), Milaneza-MSS, m.t.
    106. Gonçalo Amorim (Por), Milaneza-MSS, m.t.
    113. Paulo Barroso (Por), Milaneza-MSS, a 22
    124. Claus Moller (Din), Milaneza-MSS, a 42
    132. Fabian Jeker (Sui), Milaneza-MSS, m.t.

    Overall standings
    1. Isidro Nozal (Esp), ONCE-Eroski
    2. Igor Gonzalez de Galdeano (Esp), ONCE-Eroski, a 3.03
    3. Roberto Heras (Esp), US Postal-Berry Floor, a 5.13
    4. Manuel Beltran (Esp), US Postal-Berry Floor, a 5.39
    5. Francisco Mancebo (Esp), iBanesto.com, a 7.12
    6. Alejandro Valverde (Esp), Kelme-Costa Blanca, a 7.50
    7. Michael Rasmussen (Din), Rabobank, a 8.44
    8. Luis Perez (Esp), Cofidis, a 8.49
    9. Dario Frigo (Ita), Fassa Bortolo, a 8.50
    10. Unai Osa (Esp), iBanesto.com, a 10.10
    (...)
    18. Txema del Olmo (Esp), Milaneza-MSS, a 16.32
    23. Gonçalo Amorim (Por), Milaneza-MSS, a 45.46
    34. Joan Horrach (Esp), Milaneza-MSS, a 56.41
    37. Pedro Cardoso (Por), Milaneza-MSS, a 59.05
    42. Claus Moller (Din), Milaneza-MSS, a 1.08.04
    51. Renato Silva (Por), Milaneza-MSS, a 1.23.49
    80. Angel Edo (Esp), Milaneza-MSS, a 1.42.39
    103. Fabian Jeker (Sui), Milaneza-MSS, a 1.57.20
    136. Paulo Barroso (Por), Milaneza-MSS, a 2.12.55


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  2. minuscapita

    minuscapita Member

    May 10, 2002
    Fremont, ca
    Club:
    Atletico Madrid
    Nat'l Team:
    Spain
    Cool, will see what happens.
    I trying to remember this Spanish guys name , he is supposed to be one of the best ever, he's retired now and he won the Tour De France a couple of times in the early 90’s.
    Any body remembers his name?
     
  3. Frank Cunha

    Frank Cunha New Member

    Sep 17, 2001
    UNION TOWNSHIP, NJ
    if you like cycling don't forget to watch Sunday morning live from Spain on OLN TV at 9.30AM, the climb of La Pandera Mountain, a very hard climb


    Italian Alessandro Petacchi won 4 stages in La Vuelta on the sprint, to go along with 4 wins in the stages in the Tour of France, and 6 on the Giro of Italy, all the wins this season
     
  4. Juanele

    Juanele Member+

    Aug 4, 1999
    Colorado, US
    Miguel Indurain

    He won the Tour de France 5 times in a row.
     
  5. Frank Cunha

    Frank Cunha New Member

    Sep 17, 2001
    UNION TOWNSHIP, NJ
    he retired in 1997
     
  6. Frank Cunha

    Frank Cunha New Member

    Sep 17, 2001
    UNION TOWNSHIP, NJ
    Robert Heras with a win and the new leader of La Vuelta Spain, Fabian Jeker, portuguese team Maia Milaneza, with a second place finish on todays tough stage

    Banesto is the team leader, Maia Milaneza in 5th out of 22 teams
    Stage standings
    1. Roberto Heras (Esp), US Postal-Berry Floor, 25.08
    2. Alejandro Valverde (Esp), Kelme-Costa Blanca, a 14
    3. Felix Cardenas (Col), Labarca-2-Café Baqué, m.t.
    4. Fabian Jeker (Sui), Maia-Milaneza-MSS, a 15
    5. Santos Gonzalez (Esp), Domina Vacanze-Elitron, a 22
    6. Roberto Laiseka (Esp), Euskaltel-Euskadi, a 32
    7. Dario Frigo (Ita), Fassa Bortolo, a 34
    8. Levi Leipheimer (EUA), Rabobank, a 48
    9. Oscar Sevilla (Esp), Kelme-Costa Blanca, a 58
    10. Unai Osa (Esp), iBanesto.com, a 1.03.
    (...)
    23. Claus Moller (Din), Milaneza-MSS, a 1.39
    37. Joan Horrach (Esp), Milaneza-MSS, a 2.15
    40. Txema Del Olmo (Esp), Milaneza-MSS, a 2.19
    72. Angel Edo (Esp), Milaneza-MSS, a 3.04
    85. Pedro Cardoso (Por), Milaneza-MSS, a 3.29
    124. Paulo Barroso (Por), Milaneza-MSS, a 4.19
    126. Renato Silva (Por), Milaneza-MSS, a 4.22
    131. Gonçalo Amorim (Por), Milaneza-MSS, a 4.28

    OVERALL STANDINGS
    1. Roberto Heras (Esp), US Postal-Berry Floor, 65.40.33
    2. Isidro Nozal (Esp), ONCE-Eroski, a 28
    3. Alejandro Valverde (Esp), Kelme-Costa Blanca, a 2.25
    4. Igor Gonzalez de Galdeano (Esp), ONCE-Eroski, a 3.27
    5. Francisco Mancebo (Esp), iBanesto.com, a 4.47
    6. Manuel Beltran (Esp), US Postal-Berry Floor, a 5.51
    7. Michael Rasmussen (Din), Rabobank, a 5.56
    8. Felix Cardenas (Col), Labarca-2-Café Baqué, a 6.33
    9. Unai Osa (Esp), iBanesto.com, a 6.51
    10. Luis Perez (Esp), Cofidis, a 7.56
    (...)
    16. Txema Del Olmo (Esp), Milaneza-MSS, a 14.38
    28. Joan Horrach (Esp), Milaneza-MSS, a 1.02.00
    33. Claus Moller (Din), Milaneza-MSS, a 1.10.24
    39. Gonçalo Amorim (Por), Milaneza-MSS, a 1.19.54
    40. Pedro Cardoso (Por), Milaneza-MSS, a 1.30.39
    65. Fabian Jeker (Sui), Milaneza-MSS, a 2.12.02
    68. Renato Silva (Por), Milaneza-MSS, a 2.13.56
    70. Angel Edo (Esp), Milaneza-MSS, a 2.15.18
    132. Paulo Barroso (Por), Milaneza-MSS, a 3.28.57


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  7. Mario

    Mario New Member

    Mar 11, 2000
    San Salvador, El Sal
    Fernando Alonso broke his engine today in Indianapolis.
     
  8. Frank Cunha

    Frank Cunha New Member

    Sep 17, 2001
    UNION TOWNSHIP, NJ
    World Cup of Roller Hockey

    after the first day results

    Portugal -4-France-3
    14:30 Holland 0 - 3 Germany
    11:30 Mozambique 1 - 2 Switzerland
    10:00 Columbia 0 - 14 Argentina
    08:30 USA 5 - 1 Andorra

    16.00 Italy -6- Brazil -3
    17.30 Angola-2- - China-0

    20.30 England-0- - Spain-8

    Portugal vs Holland will be televise live on Monday RTP international at 10.10 pm/
     
  9. Frank Cunha

    Frank Cunha New Member

    Sep 17, 2001
    UNION TOWNSHIP, NJ
    Final standings of La Vuelta of Spain, Heras of the USA Postal the winner

    GERAL FINAL:
    1. Roberto Heras, Esp (US Postal), 69:31.52 horas
    2. Isidro Nozal, Esp (ONCE), a 28 segundos
    3. Alejandro Valverde, Esp (Kelme), a 2.25 minutos
    4. Igor Gonzalez Galdeano, Esp (ONCE), a 3.27
    5. Francisco Mancebo, Esp (iBanesto.com), a 4.47
    6. Manuel Beltran, Esp (US Postal), a 5.51
    7. Michael Rasmussen, Din (Rabobank), a 5.56
    8. Felix Cardenas, Col (Labarca 2), a 6.33
    9. Unai Osa, Esp (iBanesto.com), a 6.51
    10. Luis Perez, Esp (Cofidis), a 7.56
    (...)
    16. Txema del Olmo, Esp (Milaneza-MSS), a 14.38
    28. Joan Horrach, Esp (Milaneza-MSS), a 1:02.00 horas
    33. Claus Moller, Din (Milaneza-MSS), a 1:10.24
    39. Gonçalo Amorim, POR (Milaneza-MSS), a 1:19.54
    40. Pedro Cardoso, POR (Milaneza-MSS), a 1:30.39
    65. Fabian Jeker, Sui (Milaneza-MSS), a 2:12.02
    68. Renato Silva, POR (Milaneza-MSS), a 2:13.56
    70. Angel Edo, Esp (Milaneza-MSS), a 2:15.18
    132. Paulo Barroso, POR (Milaneza-MSS), a 3:28.57.


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  10. Pichi

    Pichi Moderator
    Staff Member

    Dec 17, 1999
    San Jose, CA
    Club:
    Real Betis
    Nat'l Team:
    Spain
    Since the UCI moved the Vuelta to September from May years ago the Vuelta has lost it's appeal, since it soon after the Tour de France and just before the World Championships; and after the Tour who the hell wants to ride around Spain when you could be on the beach watching all the babes from the Nordic countries going topless!

    Now that is definitely another Spanish sport!! ;>)

    Saludos y viva er beti manque lopera!

    Pichi
     
  11. Frank Cunha

    Frank Cunha New Member

    Sep 17, 2001
    UNION TOWNSHIP, NJ
    WC Roller Hockey
    Spain-3-Mozambique-2 [Monday score]
     
  12. Heliopolis

    Heliopolis New Member

    Sep 26, 2003
    Here is the article from the Spanish daily AS regarding the game:

    Heliopolis



    España las pasó moradas para conseguir la victoria (3-2)sobre Mozambique en su segundo partido de este Mundial, en el que busca repetir su título. Los africanos, con un juego durísimo, fueron siempre por delante en el marcador, lo que obligó a los hombres de Catxo Ordeig a poner toda la carne en el asador para remontar. Un gol de Sergi Panadero en los últimos minutos evitó un empate que habría sido sorprendente.
     
  13. Frank Cunha

    Frank Cunha New Member

    Sep 17, 2001
    UNION TOWNSHIP, NJ
    World Cup of Roller Hockey

    Spain -3-Switzerland-1
     
  14. Frank Cunha

    Frank Cunha New Member

    Sep 17, 2001
    UNION TOWNSHIP, NJ
    World Cup of Roller Hockey XXXVI

    Spain just qualify for the semi-finals with today's win
    Spain-9-Angola-1



    World Cup or Roller Hockey
    just got the news, next World CupXXXVII will be played in the USA with 16 nations, in 05, and this nations already qualify for the next Cup are the following

    host USA, Portugal, Brazil, Italy, Spain, France, Argentina, Angola, Switzerland, Mozambique, Holland, Germany, Chile,
     
  15. Pichi

    Pichi Moderator
    Staff Member

    Dec 17, 1999
    San Jose, CA
    Club:
    Real Betis
    Nat'l Team:
    Spain
    Spain lost to Italy 3-4 in the semi's here is the article regarding the match in Spanish.

    Saludos y viva er beti manque lopera!

    Pichi



    No hay que darle más vueltas al coco. Italia es muy competitiva. En todo. Ya sea baloncesto, fútbol, waterpolo o en hockey patines. Ayer lo volvió a demostrar. Una vez más. España llevaba más de seis años haciéndole la vida imposible a los transalpinos, pero ayer la tortilla dio la vuelta. Y de qué manera. Con un juego rancio, triste, emulando al famoso catenaccio del calcio, los jugadores entrenados por el portugués Carlos Dantas supieron cómo ganar a los de Catxo Ordeig.

    La clave residió en la efectividad de los italianos. Alessandro Michelon, un corpulento defensa de casi dos metros, fue el que se encargó de finiquitar al combinado nacional. Hizo un hat-trick, posiblemente el primero de su vida en un partido de tales características. Pero no fue lo único que perjudicó. Los árbitros lo hicieron tan mal que hasta el público portugués los abroncó en más de una ocasión. En una de ellas, los responsables de dirigir el juego, con 1-3 en contra para los intereses españoles, invirtieron el sentido de una falta cometida por Mirko Bertolucci sobre Lluís Teixidó. Los italianos aprovecharon la ocasión para abrir aún más la brecha en el marcador (1-4). La reacción española, liderada por un buen Pedro Gil, quedó en nada. Y así, de esta manera tan triste, acabó una racha de cuatro años sin conocer la derrota de Ordeig.
     
  16. Frank Cunha

    Frank Cunha New Member

    Sep 17, 2001
    UNION TOWNSHIP, NJ
    Next World Cup or Roller Hockey will be play in the United States for the first time,
     
  17. Frank Cunha

    Frank Cunha New Member

    Sep 17, 2001
    UNION TOWNSHIP, NJ
    World Championships of Cycling in Hamilton Canada
    Spaniard Igor Astarloa wins the World Cup of cycling

    Standings


    Média de 40.029 km/h
    1º Igor Astarloa (Espanha) 6h30m19s
    2º Alejandro Valverde (Espanha a 5s
    3º Peter Van Petegem (Bélgica) mt
    4º Paolo Bettini (Itália) mt
    5º Michael Boogerd (Holanda) a 6s
    6º Bo Hamburger (Dinamarca) mt
    7º Michael Barry (Canadá) mt
    8º Luca Paolini (Itália) a 12s
    9º Oscar Freire Gomez (Espanha) mt
    10º Janek Tombak (Estónia) mt
    (...)
    44º Gonçalo Amorim (Portugal) a 12s
    74º Nuno Ribeiro (Portugal) a 1m55s
    99º Pedro Lopes (Portugal) a 9m55s
     
  18. Frank Cunha

    Frank Cunha New Member

    Sep 17, 2001
    UNION TOWNSHIP, NJ
    FC Porto Roller Hockey team will participate in the City of Vigo Tournament in Spain, the 20th edition on the 17 and 18 of October with the following teams Liceo Vodafone, Igualada, Barcelona and FC Porto of Portugal.
    Barcelona was the European liga champion, vice cup champion, and spanish national champion.
     

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