Juan Antonio Flecha  Player Profile

Juan Antonio Flecha

Juan Antonio Flecha - Cycling

Country : Spain 
Date of birth  : 17/09/1977 
Location : Junín 
Height : 1.81 m 
Weight : 75 kg 

 

Teams from Juan Antonio Flecha

2006- Rabobank
2004-2005 Fassa Bortolo
2002-2003 Ibanesto
2000-2001 Fuenlabrada-Colchon

 

Honours from Juan Antonio Flecha

2006 GP Ouest France
2005 Stage 4 Vuelta Ciclista a la Communidad Valenciana, 2nd Gent-Wevelgem, 3rd Paris-Roubaix
2004 Giro del Lazio, Zurich GP
2003 Stage 11 Tour de France
2001 Stage 4 Vuelta Ciclista a Aragón, 2 stages + Overall GP International MR Cortez-Mitsubishi, Stage 3 Euskal Bizikleta

Juan Antonio Flecha on Eurosport

Flecha quits cycling, next stop Hawaii

Flecha quits cycling, next stop Hawaii - 07/10/2013 - Cycling

Juan Antonio Flecha has announced his retirement from professional cycling - and he knows exactly what he'll be doing next.

Stybar edges out Gilbert to win stage seven

Stybar edges out Gilbert to win stage seven - 31/08/2013 - Cycling - Vuelta a España

Zdenek Stybar (OP-QS) edged world champion Philippe Gilbert (BMC) by a whisker to win stage seven of the Vuelta.

Morkov denies Martin sensational solo win

Morkov denies Martin sensational solo win  - 29/08/2013 - Cycling - Vuelta a España

Michael Morkov (Team Saxo-Tinkoff) won stage six of the Vuelta a Espana after an agonising near miss for Tony Martin.

Vacansoleil name Vuelta squad

Vacansoleil name Vuelta squad - 31/07/2013 - Cycling - Vuelta a España

Vacansoleil-DCM have announced their preliminary squad for the Vuelta a Espana, which starts next month.

Froome triumph all but confirmed, Quintana wins stage

Froome triumph all but confirmed, Quintana wins stage - 20/07/2013 - Cycling - Tour de France

Chris Froome all but secured his first ever Tour de France overall victory after Nairo Quintana won the penultimate stage in Annecy-Semnoz.

Sagan strengthens hold on green jersey with stage 7 win

Sagan strengthens hold on green jersey with stage 7 win - 05/07/2013 - Cycling - Tour de France

Slovakia's Peter Sagan outsprinted John Degenkolb of Germany to take stage seven of the Tour de France and extend his lead.

Chaos in Corsica costs Cavendish dear as Kittel takes yellow

Chaos in Corsica costs Cavendish dear as Kittel takes yellow - 30/06/2013 - Cycling - Tour de France

The first stage of the Tour de France, claimed by Marcel Kittel, was overshadowed by a huge crash involving Mark Cavendish.

Vacansoleil-DCM name all rounders

Vacansoleil-DCM name all rounders - 20/06/2013 - Cycling - Tour de France

Vacansoleil-DCM are bidding for stage victories at the Tour de France after naming a team of all rounders.

Voeckler wins stage six as Froome keeps Dauphiné lead

Voeckler wins stage six as Froome keeps Dauphiné lead - 08/06/2013 - Cycling

Europcar’s Thomas Voeckler sprinted to a stage six win in Grenoble as Chris Froome retained his Criterium du Dauphiné lead.

Boasson Hagen wins Dauphiné sprint

Boasson Hagen wins Dauphiné sprint - 05/06/2013 - Cycling

Team Sky's Edvald Boasson Hagen claimed stage three of the Criterium du Dauphiné in a sprint finish in Tarare.

Cancellara pips Vanmarcke to complete double, double

Cancellara pips Vanmarcke to complete double, double - 08/04/2013 - Cycling - Paris - Roubaix

Fabian Cancellara beat Sep Vanmarcke in a sprint in the Velodrome to win a dramatic Paris-Roubaix.

Backstedt: Hell of the North 'phenomenal, bone-breaking'

Backstedt: Hell of the North 'phenomenal, bone-breaking' - 04/04/2013 - Cycling

Eurosport catches up with Magnus Backstedt ahead of the Paris-Roubaix classic, the infamous 'Hell of the North'.

Froome leads Tirreno-Adriatico as Rodriguez wins stage five

Froome leads Tirreno-Adriatico as Rodriguez wins stage five - 10/03/2013 - Cycling

Katusha’s Joaquim Rodriguez won stage five of Tirreno-Adriatico in Chieti as Chris Froome took the overall lead of the race.

Moser takes victory in Strade Bianche

Moser takes victory in Strade Bianche - 02/03/2013 - Cycling

Moreno Moser won the Strade Bianche in Siena.

Cavendish: I was a back-up rider at Team Sky

Cavendish: I was a back-up rider at Team Sky - 02/11/2012 - Cycling

Mark Cavendish has admitted that he felt like a 'back-up rider' at Team Sky and that the British team reneged on promises made when they signed him.

 
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