Wednesday, 22 June 2011

Championship of Spain, road cycling 2011 in Castellón

From 23 to 26 June will take place in Castellón, the celebration of National Road Championships for professionals. Castellón de la Plana will become the epicenter of the national cycling, finishing four days of competitions with eight tests, four time trials and many other online-in which will come into play ten titles: the male elite pro, elite and sub-23 and female elite and sub-23.
For fans, the two days will be when competing professionals, particularly on Friday 24 with the time trial of 44.5 kilometers between the Coves de Sant Josep and La Vall d'Uixó, and of course on Sunday 26 with the test line between the airport and the capital of Castellon province, about 196.7 miles. And both events will attend the star of the national and global cycling, Alberto Contador (Saxo Bank), which last announced June 11 that would be not only in the chrono-title that was in 2009 in the Caves of Altamira but also in distance running, with his 'praetorian guard', Benjamin Noval, Jesus Hernandez and Dani Navarro.

Professional in the time trial will be something less than thirty riders, for lack of confirmation of the final registration, among which we must mention the reigning champion Luis Leon Sanchez (Rabobank), four-time winner Ivan Gutierrez (Movistar), Jonathan Castroviejo (Euskaltel), and even Carlos Barredo (Rabobank), sixth last year in Villarrobledo.
Do not forget that there will be another six more tests in these championships. Segorbe opens Thursday evening with three time trials for elite sub-23 and females, all in the same run of 23 kilometers, while Vall de Uxó test will also host the fund for the elite, the Friday morning in a circuit that will be given three laps totaling 140 km.
Finally on Saturday, the championship will be held Benicarló where the races will be played online on the same circuit for sub-23-giving five laps for a total of 136.2 kilometers and females, which will be in three (81 kms) .

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