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Vuelta Independencia Nacional Stages 2, 3 & 4
 
By Vaughn Trevi
Date: 2/28/2006
Vuelta Independencia Nacional Stages 2, 3 & 4
 

Vuelta Independencia Nacional Stages 2, 3 and 4
The Giro of the Dominican Republic continues with an American Christopher Frederick in the Yellow Jersey with a slim six second lead over Richard Ochoa of Venezuela; with Wendy Cruz in third Place in the General Classification. Begnino La Cruz victorious in Stage 4.

Begnino De La Cruz wins the 4th Stage of  the Vuelta Independencia Nacional
Stage 4 Barahona to Bani
In the 4th stage of the Vuelta Independencia Nacional was contested in intense heat in 127kms from Barhona and Bani. Vitory was owned by Begnino de La Cruz of team Espiga Real La Vega escorted by Starlin Quintero (Fenix Banresrvas) while Sandy Cruz Quinteros team mate finished third to make Cruz and La Vega the bookends to Begnino de La Cruz on the podium. The race was finished in a time of 3.06:04 for an average of 40,953 Km/h.


Podium at Bani Starlin, Begnino, Cruz photo c. zciclismo

Begnino De La Cruz Gana IV Etapa De La Vuelta Independencia Nacional.
Baní (zciclismo) Se cumplió la IV etapa de la Vuelta Independencia Nacional la cual se disputo en 127 Km bajo un intenso calor en el tramo Barahona y Baní donde la victoria la consiguió Begnino de la Cruz de Espiga Real LaVega escoltado por Starlin Quintero en la segunda plaza y en la tercera casilla arribo Wendy Cruz ambos de del Fénix Banreservas dándole tiempo al grupo de 3.06:04 para una media de 40,953 Km/h.

Results:
BARAHONA - BANÍ 127 KM.

1. Begnino de La Cruz Espiga Real La Vega 3.06:04
2. Starlin Quintero Fénix Banreservas m.t.
3. Wendy Cruz Fénix Banreservas m.t.

4. Deivy Capellan Mauricio Baez m.t.
5. Vladimir Estevez Aro & Pedal m.t.
6. Jonathan Espinal Bicicentro Sosua m.t.
7. Milton Miranda Puerto Rico m.t.
8. Daniel Garcia Venezuela m.t.
9. Jorge Gallegos Ecuador m.t.
10 Jose Rodríguez Aro & Pedal m.t.

General Classification after Stage 4:
1. Christopher Frederick Estados Unidos 13.24:00
2. Richard Ochoa Venezuela a 06”
3. Arcalde Herve Martinica a 1´26”

4. Wendy Cruz Fênix BanReservas a 1´49”
5. Victor Moreno Venezuela a 3´01”
6. Daniel Garcia Venezuela a 3´17”
7. Jorge Gallegos Ecuador m.t.
8. Christofer Herbis Areperos a 3´22”
9. David Tapia Ecuador a 3´28”
10 Osvaldo Capellan Bicicentro La Veja m.t.

Teams (EQUIPOS)
Venezuela 40.18:52
Ecuador a 4¨52”
Fênix BanReservas a 4´56”

Points: (POR PUNTOS)
1. Augusto Sanchez Aro & Pedal 11 pts.
2. Richard Ochoa Venezuela 10 pts
3. Arcalde Herve Martinica 10 pts.

Intermediate Sprints: (METAS VOLANTES):
1. Victor Moreno Venezuela 18 pts.
2. Christopher Frederick Estados Unidos 15 pts.
3.Deivi Capellan Mauricio Baez 14 pts.

Mountains: (MONTAÑA):
1. Richard Ochoa Venezuela 10 pts
2. Augusto Sanchez Aro & Pedal 9 pts. .
3. Victor Moreno Venezuela 8 pts.

Venezuelan Richard Ochoa Dominates in Barahona in the 3rd stage of the Giro Dominicano
Stage 3 Vuelta Independencia Nacional
San Cristobal to Barahona 164 kms
Richard Ochoa dominated in the 164 kms stage in a fast time of 4.00:46 accompanied by his breakmate Christopher Frederick of the United States. Christopher takes the Yellow Jersey as leader of the race with six seconds in hand over Ochoa in second on the G.C.: and and French national Arcalde Herve riding for the regional cycling committee of Marinique with 1;26 gap.

Aeg/Toshiba/JetNetwork Celebrated Indepedence Day in Dominican Republic in Yellow
Baharona Stage 3
After 3 days of hard racing in the 27th addition of the Vuelta Independencia on the island of Hipsanol, the AEG /Toshiba/JetNetwork pro cycling team turned up the jets and took over the lead in both the individual and team classification of one of Latin America’s toughest stage races.

On Dominican Independence Day, Chris Frederick attacked the field and forced a class selection that included tour of Venezuela stage winner, Richard Ochoa (Selection de Venezuela), Tour of Martinique winner Herve Arcalde (Martinique) and the former Vuelta Independencia stage winner, Frederick.

On the roads from San Cristobal to Azua, the three powered away from the aggressive field and grew a break away to nearly two and a half minutes, which lasted at least 50 kilometers of the race. Ochoa nipped Frederick at the line with a wicked sprint as the two cracked their breakaway companion nine kilometers from the twisting and technical Barahona finish. Eric Keim finished ninth in the stage and handily won the field sprint while being led out by teammate Predrag Prokick, Chris DeLuise, Joe Fernandez, AJ Smith.

Frederick trades in the Blue Meta Volante jersey as the leader of the Intermediate Sprints classification for the Leader’s Yellow jersey and starts the fourth stage as both the leader of intermediate sprints and the general classification, and the team starts the day as the top team.

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Podium at Barahona Chris Frederick, Richard Ochoa, Arcalde Herve  c.ziciclismo

L Venezolano Richard Ochoa Domino en Barahona en La III Etapa del Giro Dominicano.
Barahona (zciclismo) En la Vuelta Independencia Nacional se ha corrió la III etapa la cual recorrió 164 kilómetros desde San Cristóbal a Barahona donde el venezolano Richard Ochoa obtuvo el triunfo en 4.00:46 quien llego en fuga acompañado de Christopher Frederick de los Estados Unidos quien vestirá el maillot amarillo, mientras que el tercer corredor en la línea de meta ha sido el francés Arcalde Herve del comité regional de Martinica con diferencia un 1´33”.

SAN CRISTOBAL – BARAHONA 164 Km.
1. Richard Ochoa Venezuela 4.00:46
2. Christopher Frederick Estados Unidos m.t.
3. Arcalde Herve Martinica a 1´33”

4. Wendy Cruz Fênix BanReservas a 1´47”
5. Augusto Sanchez Aro & Pedal a 1´47”
6. Victor Moreno Venezuela a 3´11”
7. Jorge Gallegos Ecuador m.t.
8. Daniel Garcia Venezuela m.t.
9. Christofer Herbis Areperos m.t.
10 David Tapia Ecuador m.t.

General Classification after Stage 3
1. Christopher Frederick Estados Unidos 10.16:59
2. Richard Ochoa Venezuela a 06”
3. Arcalde Herve Martinica a 1´26”

4. Wendy Cruz Fênix BanReservas a 2´04”
5. Victor Moreno Venezuela a 3´03”
6. Christofer Herbis Areperos a 3´22”
7. David Tapia Ecuador a 3´28”
8. Daniel Garcia Venezuela m.t.
9. Osvaldo Capellan Bicicentro La Veja m.t.
10 Jorge Gallegos Ecuador m.t.

Teams: EQUIPOS:
Venezuela 30.58:00
Ecuador a 4¨56”
Fênix BanReservas a 5´09”

Sprint Points: POR PUNTOS:
1. Augusto Sanchez Aro & Pedal 11 pts.
2. Richard Ochoa Venezuela 10 pts
3. Arcalde Herve Martinica 10 pts.

METAS VOLANTES:
6. Victor Moreno Venezuela 15 pts.
2. Christopher Frederick Estados Unidos 14 pts.
3.Deivi Capellan Mauricio Baez 12 pts.

MONTAÑA:
1. Richard Ochoa Venezuela 5 pts
2. Christopher Frederick Estados Unidos 4 pts.
3. Arcalde Herve Martinica 3 pts.
zciclismo

Jose Coronado the New Leader of the Giro Dominicano
Santo Domingo Dominican Republic XXXVII Vuelta Independencia Nacional

In the second stage from San Pedro de Macoris and the Dominican Capital of Santo Domingo covering 135kms Jose Coronado (Bicicnetro La Vega) won with a time of 3:25:04. In a late stage break Coronado, Augusto Sanchez and Juan Rodriguez (both of Aro & Pedal team) stayed away to best the chasing peloton by 15 seconds. Dominican Jose Coronado is the new leader of the G.C.

El Quisqueyano Jose Coronado Triunfa y es Nuevo Lider del Giro Dominicano
Santo Domingo (zciclismo) En la XXVII Vuelta Independencia Nacional en su
segunda etapa corrida entre San Pedro de Macorís y la capital dominicana en
135 Km. ha vencido el Jose Coronado de Bicicentro La Vega con un crono
3.25:04 seguido por sus compatriotas Augusto Sanchez y Juan Rodríguez ambos
de Aro & Pedal con retraso de ocho segundos. El dominicano José Coronado de
Bicicentro La Vega es nuevo líder.

SAN PEDRO DE MACORIS – SANTO DOMINGO 135 Km.
1. Jose Coronado Bicicentro La Vega 3.25.04
2. Augusto Sanchez Aro & Pedal a 08
3. Jose Rodríguez Aro & Pedal a 08

4. Frederick Segura Venezuela a 15
5. Gil Cordovez Fênix Banreservas a 15
6. Josean Duprey Puerto Rico a 15
7. Vladimir Estevez Aro & Pedal a 15
8. Rafael German Mauricio Baez a 15
9. Christofer Herbis (EUA) Areperos a 15
10 Deivi Capellan Mauricio Baez a 15

Stage one podium Fotos: zciclismo

G.C. INDIVIDUAL POR TIEMPOS:
1. Jose Coronado Bicicentro La Veja 6.15.05
2. Rafael German Mauricio Baez a 03
3. Victor Moreno Venezuela a 06

4. Jose Rodríguez Aro & Pedal a 07
5. Árcade Herve Martinica a 08
6. Frank Santori Guadaloupe a 15
7. Christofer Frederick Estados Unidos a 16
8. Christofer Herbis (EUA) Areperos a 19
9. Carlos Torres Puerto Rico a 19
10 Vladimir Estevez Aro & Pedal a 21

REGULARIDAD:
1. Jose Coronado Bicicentro La Veja 10 pts.
2. Augusto Sanchez Aro & Pedal 10 pts.
8. Rafael German Mauricio Baez 10 pts.

METAS VOLANTES:
7. Christofer Frederick Estados Unidos 11 pts.
10 Vladimir Estevez Aro & Pedal 7 pts.
3 Jose Ragonessi Ecuador 6 pts

Teams :EQUIPOS:
Aro & Pedal 18.49:10
Fênix Banreservas a 15
Venezuela a 20
Fotos: zciclismo
Hasta la próxima: Jose Manuel Zabala Cardenas www.zciclismo.blog.com

 

 
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