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Old 11-24-12, 12:57
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Stage Results



1. Freddy Montaña Movistar 4:10:47
2. Jose Ramon Aguirre Canels Turbo :23
3. Marconi Duran Coopenae-Economy
4. Giovanny Baez EPM-UNE
5. Alejandro Serna Movistar
6. Gregory Brenes Movistar
7. Hosman Chicol AD Chimaltenango
8. Freddy Piamonte EPM-UNE
9. Eduar Beltran EPM-UNE
10. Luis Marroquin Insta-Cofi Cafe Quetzal :40

GC After Stage 6

1. Giovanny Baez EPM-UNE 18:20:47
2. Alejandro Serna Movistar :20
3. Freddy Piamonte EPM-UNE :25
4. Freddy Montaña Movistar :33
5. Gregory Brenes Movistar :47
6. Eduar Beltran EPM-UNE 1:15
7. Adrian Bonilla Coopena-Economy 1:25
8. Marconi Duran Coopenae-Economy 1:27
9. Ramiro Rincon EPM-UNE 1:38
10. Carlos Lopez Canels Turbo 2:02



Help me out here Ryo. Today looked to be like a climbing stage. Number two on today's stage was Jose Ramon Aguirre. I always saw him as sort of a sprinter type/Matt Goss rider. Was it a relatively easy climbing stage, or can he climb as well?
aguirre can climb quite well. I'd say in top 5/10 of mexican climbers. he's very allround, but naturally a track/itt guy that developped
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Old 11-24-12, 13:59
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I wish Freddy Montaña had had more chance in Europe. When he raced a few events in 2009 with Boyacá es Para Vivirla he was competitive almost every time, being with key moves in Asturias, top 20 of the GP Paredes Rota dos Móveis and Vuelta a Madrid, podiuming the Subida a Urkiola and 2nd overall and a stage win in the Vuelta a León.
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Old 11-24-12, 14:05
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I wouldn't give up on him yet, 2nd overall in Leon...
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Old 11-24-12, 17:26
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I wish Freddy Montaña had had more chance in Europe. When he raced a few events in 2009 with Boyacá es Para Vivirla he was competitive almost every time, being with key moves in Asturias, top 20 of the GP Paredes Rota dos Móveis and Vuelta a Madrid, podiuming the Subida a Urkiola and 2nd overall and a stage win in the Vuelta a León.
montana simply never wanted to go to europe. he has had numerous offers and opportunities to go for it.
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Old 11-24-12, 21:18
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Doble Calingasta
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1° Daniel Zamora
2° Ricardo Julio
3° Daniel Juárez
4° Ricardo Escuela
5° Juan Gáspari
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Old 11-24-12, 22:32
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Default XXXII Vuelta Int. de Chiriquí - stage 6

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Compadre Iván Mauricio Casas still top tire with a good chance winning this race after all the honarable work he did in the RCN for Niño.
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Old 11-24-12, 22:45
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montana simply never wanted to go to europe. he has had numerous offers and opportunities to go for it.
Any idea on where he'll be going next year? I haven't seen or read any transfer news regarding the Movistar guys, other than Carretero.
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Old 11-24-12, 23:00
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Default Vuelta al Mundo Maya Stage 7: San Lucas Sacatepequez-Tecpan 139 Kms

Stage Results

1. Marvin Angarita Movistar 3:35:27
2. Byron Guama Movistar :27
3. Jose Ramon Aguirre Canels Turbo
4. Alejandro Serna Movistar :30
5. Freddy Montaña Movistar :32
6. Giovanny Baez EPM-UNE
7. Freddy Piamonte EPM-UNE
8. Luis Marroquin Insta-Cofi Cafe Quetzal :35
9. Marconi Duran Coopenae-Economy
10. Gregory Brenes Movistar

GC After Stage 7

1. Giovanny Baez EPM-UNE 21:56:46
2. Alejandro Serna Movistar :18
3. Freddy Piamonte EPM-UNE :25
4. Freddy Montaña Movistar :33
5. Gregory Brenes Movistar :50
6. Eduar Beltran EPM-UNE 1:18
7. Marconi Duran Coopenae-Economy 1:30
8. Ramiro Rincon EPM-UNE 1:41
9. Carlos Lopez Canels Turbo 2:02
10. Luis Marroquin Insta-Cofi Cafe Quetzal 2:16
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Old 11-24-12, 23:10
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Default Vuelta porvenir Stage 4: Sogamoso-Aquitania 100 Kms

Stage Results

1. José Tito Hernández GW-Shimano–Alcaldía Itagüí–Envía 2:30:33
2. Rodrigo Contreras Club Deportivo Boyacá :02
3. Yors Santofimio IderMeta–Liciclismo Meta :03
4. Sergio Andrés Alzate Indeportes Antioquia La Más Educada
5. Jeison Castillo Indeportes Boyacá
6. Jonathan Caicedo MultiRespuestos Bosa –Canapro :12
7. Juan Sebastián Molano Proyectos Alcaldía de Paipa :24
8. Jordan Parra Construvel STL–Formesan–Bogotá :25
9. Brayan Stiven Sánchez Indeportes Antioquia La Más Educada :25
10. Roger Diagama Club Deportivo Boyacá :25

GC After Stage 4

1. Rodrigo Contreras Club Deportivo Boyacá 7:56:54
2. José Tito Hernández GW-Shimano–Alcaldía Itagüí–Envía :02
3. Jonathan Caicedo MultiRespuestos Bosa–Canapro 2:44
4. Juan Sebastián Molano Proyectos Alcaldía de Paipa 3:04
5. Jonathan Restrepo Colchones Ramguiflex–San Rafael 3:18
6. Brayan Stiven Sánchez Indeportes Antioquia La Más Educada 3:24
7. Edward Díaz Indeportes Boyacá 3:33
8. Sergio Andrés Alzate Indeportes Antioquia La Más Educada 4:06
9. Roger Diagama Club Deportivo Boyacá 4:25
10. Wilmar Castro IMRD Chía Trabajemos Juntos 4:28
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