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Jose Rujano

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Nickname  Jojo
Rider type  Climbing specialist
2006  Quick Step-Innergetic
Role  Bicycler
Weight  48 kg
Discipline  Road
2003–2006  Colombia-Selle Italia
Name  Jose Rujano
Height  1.62 m

Full name  Jose Humberto Rujano Guillen
Born  18 February 1982 (age 33) Santa Cruz de Mora, Venezuela (1982-02-18)

Ataque de el Venezolano Jose Rujano en la Vuelta Colombia


Jose Humberto Rujano Guillen (born 18 February 1982) is a Venezuelan professional road bicycle racer who competed professionally between 2003 and 2013.

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Career

Born in Santa Cruz de Mora, Merida, Rujano made his debut in the professional peloton in 2003 with the Colombia-Selle Italia team. In 2005 Rujano had his best year to date, finishing third in the Giro d'Italia and winning the mountains classification. In 2006 he left the Colombia-Selle Italia team for Quick Step and he moved to the Spanish ProTour team Caisse d'Epargne in 2008. His results were not up to the expectations of team leaders, who did not renew his contract at the end of the season. In 2010, Rujano joined the Italian Professional Continental team ISD-Neri. He was not selected for the Giro d'Italia, his main objective for the season, so he left the team in May and returned to Venezuela.

Jose Rujano Team Androni Giocattoli Fan Area February 2012

At the end of 2010, Rujano signed a contract for two years with the Italian team Androni Giocattoli, directed by Gianni Savio who said that he "believed in his talent" and wanted "to revive his career." Rujano was recruited at the same time as the Italian climber Emanuele Sella, Savio referring to giving these two riders a "last chance".

Jose Rujano Jose Rujano joined a Colombian team PanamericanWorld

His main objective for 2011 was the Giro d'Italia, and especially its mountain stages. He lived up to his objectives since he prevailed on 2 mountain stages in the race: stage 9 from Messina to Etna after original winner Alberto Contador was removed from the rankings due to a doping affair and stage 13 from Spilimbergo to Grossglockner, while finishing sixth in the overall classification.

In the 2012 Giro d'Italia, Rujano pulled out of the race, reportedly suffering from mononucleosis.

Jose Rujano Jos Rujano Wikipdia a enciclopdia livre

Rujano left Androni Giocattoli-Venezuela at the end of 2012, and joined Vacansoleil-DCM for the 2013 season. Rujano reportedly retired during the 2013 season, but later in the season, he backtracked from his retirement and remained within the professional fold after terminating his contract with Vacansoleil-DCM.

Grand Tour General Classification results timeline

WD = withdrew
NC = not classified

References

Jose Rujano Wikipedia


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