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Re: [2.1] Vuelta a San Juan
« on: January 25, 2019, 18:28 »
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It will be a first important test for the two neo-pro Colombian climbers Osorio and Acosta, for our experienced man Ivan Santaromita and especially for Hideto Nakane appeared immediately in great condition in the pre-season tests. We will look for a good result in the hardest stages trying also to take care of the overall ranking, looking for a top 10 placement. For the fastest stages the Cima brothers are very motivated with Damiano who has already proven to be able to win and the young Imerio Cima looking for a new season of successes after an unlucky 2018 with too many injuries that stopped him.

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http://bike76.com/2019/01/chamorro-comanda-o-brasil-no-tour-de-san-juan-na-argentina/

André Gohr
Gabriel Machado
Luiz Guilherme Basso
Lauro Chaman
Wolfgang Hipolito
Alessandro Ferreira “Indinho”

More than half the team with Funvic connections including Chaman who is a Paralympian medallist and the current Brazilian Nat TT Champ.

http://www.brasil2016.gov.br/pt-br/megaeventos/paraolimpiadas/medalhistas/lauro-chaman

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Lauro was born with his left foot turned back. After undergoing correction surgery, he lost his ankle movements, which resulted in atrophy in the calf.
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