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Riders Profile: Juan José Haedo


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“Puedo aspirar a un top 10 o a un top 5 en los Mundiales”

Prensa Vuelta , 7 September 2011
Posted by: lucybears

El corredor argentino del Saxo Bank, Juan José Haedo, se llevó el triunfo en la 16ª etapa de la Vuelta Ciclista a España, al imponerse en un extraño sprint, que quedó deslucido por un giro mal señalizado en los últimos metros de la etapa.



(Vuelta a España 2011)

"C'est la plus belle de ma carrière"

cyclismactu.net, Alexandre Mignot, 7 September 2011
Posted by: lucybears

Juan José Haedo a aujourd'hui remporté la seizième étape de la Vuelta d'une manière plutôt inédite. Profitant du "tout droit" de certains de ses concurrents, le sprinteur de la Saxo Bank-SunGard a tranquillement pu lever les bras alors que c'est un sprint de costauds qui se préparait.



Reaching the Giro on fire

cyclingnews.com, Hernan Alvarez, 11 May 2007
Posted by: lucybears

Argentinian Sprinter Juan José 'JJ' Haedo made a name for himself by winning two stages of the Tour of California and one in the Tour de Georgia. His finishing kick caught the eye of Bjarne Riis, and a year later, the 26 year-old is preparing to start his first Grand Tour for Team CSC.



Team CSC’s New Argentine Ace

csc.com, 25 January 2007
Posted by: lucybears

Team CSC will field its first pure sprinter this season with the arrival of Argentine sprinting sensation Juan José Haedo. Better known as “J.J.” on the American racing circuit where he was a dominant force the past two seasons, the 26-year-old is one of five new riders joining Team CSC for the 2007 season.



"No soy un fenómeno"

diariodecuyo.com, Fabio Garbi , 2 January 2007
Posted by: lucybears

Desde el pasado mes de octubre, cuando firmó un contrato para correr en el equipo danés CSC, Juan José Haedo se convirtió en el primer ciclista argentino que participará en el Pro Tour.



A Spin with Juan Jose Haedo

The Weekly Rap, 4 August 2006
Posted by: lucybears

Not only did the Amgen Tour of California make its debut last February, but so did a new professional cycling team: Toyota-United. Racing in red, white and blue stars & stripes kits, the rocket's red glare was provided by a 25-year-old sprinter from Buenos Aires, Argentina.








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