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Overall Winners:

1 .- Marta Hidalgo and Hermes - 19h-01'-20''
2 .- Jesus Ruiz and Durango - 19h-28'-56
3 .- Carlos Otaolaurruchi Barbadillo and Caracol - 21h-05'-42'


STORIES:
Everything in El Rocio points to the start of VI Raid Kaliber-Andalucia
First Stage: El Rocio to Sevilla - Gabriel Gamiz || Marta Hidalgo wins first stage of Kaliber Raid VI-Andalusia with Hermes ||
Ride Through Sevilla during VI Kaliber-Andalucia|| Jesus Ruiz wins second stage and overall lead
Chronicle of the Second Stage of VI Kaliber Andalucia
Marta Higalgo wins Third Stage || Stage 3: Carmona-Ecija - Gabriel Gamiz
Stage 4: Ecija - Cordoba || Chronicle of Fourth Stage - Gabriel Gamiz
Rest Day in Cordoba - Gabriel Gamiz
Marta Hidalgo and Hermes win Stage 5 and regain overall lead
Chronicle of Fifth Stage - Gabriel Gamiz
Chronicle of Sixth Stage - Gabriel Gamiz
Marta Hidalgo and Hermes Win!

RESULTS: Stage 1 || Stage 2 || Stage 3 || Stage 4 || Stage 5 || Stage 6 and Final



Photo Galleries


Stage 1: El Rocio-Sevilla
by Gabriel Gamiz

Stage 1: El Rocio-Sevilla
Various Photographers

Stage 1: El Rocio-Sevilla
by Kristian Feneux

Stage 2: Dos Hermanas-Carmona
by Gabriel Gamiz

Stage 2: Dos Hermanas-Carmona
by Kristian Feneux

Stage 3: Carmona-Ecija
by Gabriel Gamiz

Stage 3: Carmona-Ecija
by Kristian Feneux

Stage 4: Ecija-Cordoba
by Gabriel Gamiz

Stage 4: Ecija-Cordoba
by Kristian Feneux

Stage 5: Villafranca de Cordoba - Cardena
by Kristian Feneux

Stage 5: Villafranca de Cordoba - Cardena
by Gabriel Gamiz

Stage 6: Cardena - Virgen de la Cabeza
by Gabriel Gamiz

Stage 6: Cardena - Virgen de la Cabeza
by Kristian Feneux

Videos

VI Kaliber-Andalucia: Preview || Stage 1: El Rocio-Sevilla || Urban Stage: Sevilla
Stage 2: Dos Hermanas-Carmona || Stage 3: Carmona-Ecija || Stage 4: Ecija-Cordoba
Rest Day: Cordoba || Stage 5: Villafrance de Cordoba-Cardena
Final Stage 6: Cardena-Virgen de la Cabeza


Chronicle of Fifth Stage V Kaliber-Andalucia: Villafrance de Cordoba-Cardena

El Raid Blog - Gabriel Gamiz

April 8 2011




From the viewpoint of Montoro and overlooking the foothills of Sierra Morena, a beautiful panorama of the mountains and just down the river Guadalquivir, write this chronicle of the V Stage between Villafranca de Córdoba and Cardenas, the queen stage of this test and in the end has not decided definitively test because differences in time, have not been definitive, but the classification of the stage and generally have the same riders, but with different times.

This morning bright and early, still dark, has begun shipments of horses from the Equestrian Club of Cordoba, where they were housed, to the point of departure of the stage, which was Villafranca de Córdoba. It has had to delay the departure by the problem of a horse, "Flintstones", which escaped from the truck to be shipped and went to take a little walk at night in Cordoba, so while he was caught and returned to board , the departure was delayed fifteen minutes. They go all the couples left in the race, a higher speed than desired, as the day is hot and is not to run too. Reach the first point of care, with a gallop on the road Marta followed by Jesus and Paulette, then all of a stream of participants. On the second point of care remains the same throughout the three pairs each being marked, so it does not escape any of them.

The Vet-Gate, located in the Hotel-Restaurant La Molina, Jesus comes first and 2 'asks Marta control followed a few seconds of Paulette. Departing in that order to find the finish line. Today the timing of this stage is more complete, professional and logistical reasons and we are following the step from point to point of care. But the field is so flowery and green like da kick by these hills of Cordoba. Jara in the field that marks all the way, we have the chronology of the bloom is killed sticky, as are 20 km. jara have in full bloom and the white jarguarzo also wears his white coat, but as we climbed to higher altitudes, the flowers fade away and disappear completely from the rock rose bushes.

Is a popular saying and I suppose a scientific basis, that jara flowers from beaches to the mountains.

The goal of Cardeñas, entrance to one of the sites and beautiful natural parks of the mountains, comes first and winning the stage with the evergreen Marta Hidalgo "Hermes" that another year is about to win another of Kaliber and would be the third to win. You can not claim victory, as the last stage can be the judge of the General classification. Secondly Jesus Ruiz comes with "Durango" and thirdly comes "Candy", which takes to recover and passed two horses. The Queen of the test phase, has not been decisive in the general classification, as though Martha has recovered the head of the test, there are definite times and everything is at the finish line of the stage that leads to the foot of Virgen de la Cabeza.

The awards ceremony takes place in the vicinity of the goal and in a mock Roman Coliseum and local authorities.
Stage Classification:

1 .- Marta Hidalgo No. 126 with "Hermes" in 5h-14'-09''to 14'62Km / h.

2 .- No. 125 Jesus Ruiz in "Durango" in 5h-18'-06''to 14'44Km / h.

3 .- No. 104 Veronique Gaillard "Laukom" in 5h-46'-47''to 13'24Km / h.
General Classification Test:
1 .- Marta Hidalgo No. 126 in 16h-14'-00''
2 .- No. 125 Jesus Ruiz in 16h-20'-42''to 6'-42''
3 .- No. 104 Veronique 17'-Gaillard 56'-42''to 1h-42'-52''

Rosa Montero Results

Greetings Gabriel en route.

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