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This brochure presents the success of the Murcian athletes from the beginnings.

The material is prepared by Andreea, volunteer at Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia, in the project "Volleyball is not rocket science. We are!", financed by European Solidarity Corps.

This brochure presents the success of the Murcian athletes from the beginnings.

The material is prepared by Andreea, volunteer at Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia, in the project "Volleyball is not rocket science. We are!", financed by European Solidarity Corps.

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  1. 1. Famous athletes MURCI A REGI ON
  2. 2. Volleyball is not rocket science. We are! This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the European Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. This international volunteering project is financed through the European Solidarity Corps programme. The project "Volleyball is not rocket science. We are!", shortly named "Volleyball Science", is an initiative of Yellow Shirts Association to promote sports, volleyball in particular, at the grassroots level. The initiative is supported by local and international partners With the support of the 6 volunteers, the project wants to organise 90 activities related to sports, in particular to volleyball. Andreea represents the Yellow Shirts Association from Romania and she is hosted as a volunteer in the project by Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia (UCAM), Spain. Author: Andreea CĂPLESCU Publishing date: May 2020 Information and photos: Wikipedia
  3. 3. Encarna Hernández She started practising basketball at the age of 13 with the boys and girls of her neighbourhood She did not only play basketball but also practised other sports like cycling or skating In 1931 she participated in the foundation of the Atlas Club In 1932 the Atlas Club was dissolved and Encarna became part of Laietà Birthdate: 23rd of January 1917 Sport: Basketball
  4. 4. After the Civil War, she played in Laietà, Cottet and Moix Llambés, apart from the women's section of the Falange At the end of the Civil War, as a basketball instructor she is appointed by the Falange to make "strong and healthy women for the homeland" In 1944 she received an offer from FC Barcelona remaining in the club until 1953 She was one of the pioneers of the Spanish basketball, as a player, coach and referee She was the first coach in Spain to manage the Peña García de Hospitalet team in 1932 Teams as player: Atlas Club, C.E. Laietà, F.C. Barcelona, Women's Section, Peña García, Cottet, Moix Llambés, Fabra and Coats Teams as coach: Cottet, Moix Llambés, Women's Section, Peña García
  5. 5. Ginés García Perán He was one of the first Murcians to run the Tour de France His main successes were a stage of the 1962 Volta a Catalunya, where he finished third overall, winner of the stage in the Alps Tour del Porvenir (Tour de France) In 1964 he won the silver medal with the teams of the World Road Cycling Championship in time trial In 1967 he was first in the General Classification of the Tour of the Mining Valleys, Spain Birthdate: 28th of February 1941 Spot: Cycling
  6. 6. Jorge Carlos Haenelt Maguel He won his first important title in 1972, the Snipe Spanish Youth Cup, with A. Albaladejo as a crew member, sailing for the Los Nietos Náutico Club Birthdate: 5th November 1953 Sport: Sailing Sailing under the leadership of the Real Mediterráneo Club, he has been the European Champion three times (1982, 1984 and 1988), the Spanish Champion other three times (1982, 1984 and 1989), and third in the World Championship
  7. 7. In the Snipe class he has won the His Majesty the King Trophy four times (1983, 1985, 1986 and 1989), the Cup of His Royal Highness the Prince of Asturias (1985), 3 of His Royal Highness Princess Sofia Trophy (1983)
  8. 8. His career as a football player began in the patios and streets of Cieza He practically spent his entire career at F.C Real Madrid (1974–1989), being the seventh player in the club's history with the most played games He played 414 league games, all of them with Real Madrid, scored 9 goals and was only sent off once José Antonio Camacho Birthdate: 8th June 1955 Sport: Football
  9. 9. He debuted with the Spanish team on February 5, 1975 against Scotland (1-1), came to wear the national shirt in 81 games After retiring as a footballer, he began his career as a coach at Rayo Vallecano in Madrid, which he managed to get up to the First Division Later he managed RCD Español in four seasons; he also trained in Seville He got the position of coach of Spain's team in September 1998, managing the national team for the 2000 Euro Cup and the 2002 World Cup After his time with the national team, he coached Benfica for almost two seasons, In 2004 he left the Lisbon team re- sign with Real Madrid He returned to Benfica in 2007, but resigned after a losing streak in March 2008 In the 2008-09 season, as coach of Osasuna for 32 days, he achieved the goal of the Navarrean team remaining in the highest category of Spanish football In November 2016, Camacho announced that he would be the new coach of the Gabon national team winning a Portuguese Cup
  10. 10. Francisco Sánchez Jover Birthdate: 24th April 1960 Sport: Volleyball He started playing volleyball in 1973 in the team of Atocha and then went on to San Buenaventura At 17 he made his debut in the Honor Division in the team of Real Madrid
  11. 11. In March 1981, he renewed with the Madrid team for two seasons He remained as a player in the Calvo Sotelo Volleyball Club team until his retirement in 1995 He was the head coach at the Calvo Sotelo Volleyball Club and president of the Club Voleibol 7 Islas since 1999 From the 2011/2012 season he also coached 7 Islas Volleyball Club until the summer of 2017 He returned to train the team again for the 2018-19 season He won a total of 12 Super Leagues and 12 King's Cups
  12. 12. Chendo (Miguel Porlán Noguera) Birthdate: 12th October 1961 Sport: Football
  13. 13. He developed his entire professional career at Real Madrid, between 1980 and 1990, being as well a player for the Spanish team He joined Real Madrid on September 1, 1977, passing the youth team In 1980 he moves forward and plays for Castilla He debuted with Real Madrid on April 11, 1982 He debuted as an international with the Spanish team on January 22, 1986 with victory against the U.R.S.S.
  14. 14. Jesús Montoya Birthdate: 4th December 1963 Sport: Cycling In 1992 he was the leader for 12 days of Vuelta a España and finished second behind Tony Rominger In 1993 he was the fifth in the Vuelta, although he achieved a stage victory, ending in Alto Campo de la Sierra de Híjar
  15. 15. Antonio Peñalver Birthdate: 1st December 1968 Sport: Athletics He participated in three Olympic Games (Seoul 1988, Barcelona 1992 and Atlanta 1996) and he obtained a decathlon silver medal at the 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games He managed to have the two combined test record marks, the decathlon and heptathlon held on the indoor track
  16. 16. Bernardo González Miñano Birthdate: 7th Septeber1969 Sport: Competition cycling He was part of the Spanish Olympic team at the Seoul Olympics in 1988 and at the Atlanta ones in 1996
  17. 17. In Seoul he achieved an Olympic diploma after finishing fifth in the 1 km time trial In Atlanta in 1996 he was part of the chase team that ranked 11th He won as an amateur the Tour of Cartagena and the Tour of the Community of Madrid in 1990
  18. 18. Fran Murcia (Francisco José Murcia Sánchez) Birthdate: 14th November 1970 Sport: Basketball With his height of 2.03 meters, he played on the pivot position He played with the CB Zaragoza team for 8 years in which he won 1 Copa del Rey in 1990 In 1996 he signed for Saski Baskonia
  19. 19. In the course of the season he leaves Vitoria and signs for Joventut de Badalona, the team in which he wins his second Copa del Rey in 1997 His last teams in the 2002-2003 and 2003-2004 season, already in the final stretch of his career, were CB Gran Canaria and Basket Zaragoza 2002
  20. 20. She competed in the national rhythmic gymnastics team of Spain In 1991 she entered the national rhythmic gymnastics team of Spain as a junior individual gymnast, participating in the European Junior Championship in Lisbon Carolina Borrell Penades Birthdate: 1976 Sport: Rhythmic gymnastics
  21. 21. In 1993 she became part of the senior Spanish team of the national rhythmic gymnastics team of Spain In the Bucharest European Championship, the Spanish team won the bronze medal in the general competition and in the final with 4 rings and 4 clubs, and 6th place on 6 strings; she retired after this championship
  22. 22. In 2003 she won the bronze medal in the Snipe class of the absolute world championship, as a crew member for his brother, Francisco Sánchez Ferrer, with whom she won the European championship in 2010 and was second in 2012 Also with her brother she has won 4 Spanish championships (2003, 2005, 2007 and 2013) She was the female world champion of the Snipe class in 2008 and vice-champion in 2012 with Marina Gallego Marina Sánchez Ferrer Birthdate: 9th January 1977 Sport: Sailing
  23. 23. She competed with the Spanish team at the 2004 Athens Olympics, finishing 12th in the female category in the Yngling class
  24. 24. José Antonio Expósito Piñeiro He won three gold medals at the Summer Paralympic Games in 2000 (Sydney) and 2012 (London) Birthdate: 2nd May 1978 Sport: Adapted athletics
  25. 25. Juan Manuel Molina Morote Birthdate: 15th March 1979 Sport: Athletics He competed in athletics in the specialty of athletic march He has a degree and a PhD in Physical Activity and Sports Sciences from UCAM He conquers the bronze medal in the 20 km march of the 2005 World Athletics Championships and the bronze medal in the 20 km march of the 2002 European Athletics Championships
  26. 26. In the 2009 Pescara Mediterranean Games he won the bronze medal in the 20 km march and the silver medal in the 2005 Almería Mediterranean Games He has participated in the 2001 Beijing Universiade and Izmir 2005 managing to be vice-champion, respectively champion of the university world On August 2, 2009 he was proclaimed the champion of Spain of 10,000 meters march He has participated in two Olympic games: Athens 2004 and Beijing 2008
  27. 27. In 2011, as a sighted pilot for Miguel Ángel Clemente, they conquered the silver medal at the World Championships Competing with Clemente, they achieve the bronze medal at the London 2012 Paralympic Games In 2013 he was awarded the bronze medal of the Royal Order of Sports Merit Diego Javier Muñoz Birthdate: 5th April 1974 Sport: Cycling
  28. 28. Alejandro Valverde Birthdate: 25th April 1980 Sport: Cycling During his professional career he has run on the Kelme-Costa Blanca and Illes Balears / Caisse d'Epargne / Movistar teams Valverde has a total of 127 professional victories He is the winner of the UCI ProTour 2006 and 2008 and UCI WorldTour 2014 and 2015
  29. 29. He is the cyclist with the most medals won in the history of the road world championships He participated in the 2012 Tour Down Under, where he achieved victory in the queen stage and was second overall In 2006 he was second in the Golden Bike for best cyclist of the year, in 2014 third and in 2018 first Among his most important victories are the 2018 World Road Championships, 1 Grand Tour (Vuelta a España 2009) and 17 stage victories spread among the Big Three, the Flecha Valona 2006, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017, Liège- Bastoña- Liège 2006, 2008, 2015 and 2017, the Dauphiné Libéré 2008 and 2009, the Clásica de San Sebastián 2008 and 2014, the Volta a Cataluña 2009, 2017 and 2018, the Tour of the Basque Country 2017 and the Tour of Burgos 2004 and 2009
  30. 30. The Yeclan tennis player has won several titles on the professional WTA circuit, 21 in doubles and 5 in singles Her best year so far has been 2010, in which she reached her best rankings (19th in singles and 4th in doubles) In 2008 she participated in the Beijing Olympics, being eliminated in the second round, prior to the round of 16 María José Martínez Birtdate: 12th August 1982 Sport: Tennis
  31. 31. In 2009 she qualified to play in the WTA Tour Championships in the discipline of doubles with her partner Nuria Llagostera, in which they passed forward after defeating the Williams sisters in the semifinals and in the final the number 1 couple in the world, Black / Huber In 2010 she started out winning the Hopman Cup by teaming up with Tommy Robredo. She reached the final after defeating teams from Australia, USA and Romania, winning their three match In 2012 she participated in the London Olympics, reaching the second round In 2013 she retired for a while to devote herself completely to motherhood In 2015 she returned to the courts to play in the discipline of doubles, managing to prolong a successful career adding several more titles until his final retirement at the end of 2019
  32. 32. He competed in cycling in track modalities, being a specialist in chase and scoring tests, and route He debuted as a professional in 2006 with the 3 Molinos Resort team In 2008 he won the silver medal in the points race at the Track Cycling World Cup Eloy Teruel Birthdate: 20th November 1982 Sport: Cycling
  33. 33. Also in 2008 he achieved the bronze medal in scoring and the fourth place in pursuit at the World Cup in Melbourne On February 16, 2009 the Spanish quartet formed by Sergi Escobar, Eloy Teruel, David Muntaner and Unai Elorriaga Zubiaur won the silver medal in the last round of the World Cup He won three medals at the World Track Cycling Championships between 2013 and 2015, and two medals at the European Track Cycling Championships, silver in 2014 and bronze in 2013 Raced at the London 2012 Olympics, finishing 6th in the team chase event
  34. 34. Pablo Aitor Bernal He obtained an Olympic diploma at the London Olympics and was a 2010 World Cup champion He finished twice in fifth place in the World Cup and was champion of Spain eight times Birthdate: 25th August 1986 Sport: Cycling
  35. 35. Miguel Ángel López Nicolas Birthdate: 3rd July 1988 Sport: Athletics Specialized in march walking for the distance of 20 kilometers He is a student of the Sciences of Physical Activity and Sports at UCAM He was part of the UCAM Athleo Cieza club (until season 2013-2014) He was part of the CA Llano de Brujas club (from season 2014-2015) He was fifth place and Olympic diploma at the London 2012 Olympics
  36. 36. At the 2013 World Athletics Championships held in Moscow (Russia) he won the bronze medal In this specialty at the World Cup, held in Taicang on May 4, 2014, he obtained the fifth position On August 13, 2014, at the 2014 European Athletics Championships held in the city of Zurich, he won the gold medal on August 23, 2015, again reaching gold in the 2015 World Athletics Championships He has been chosen 4 times as Best Spanish Athlete of the year, in 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015
  37. 37. José Antonio Marco Birthdate: 24th March 1989 Sport: Basketball Played in the point guard position Marco trained at the San Jose de la Vega and Caja San Fernando de Sevilla quarry The 2006-2007 season he played at the Caja San Fernando EBA League team, the Écija Caja San Fernando, and at the LEB-2 team In 2007 he signed with Polaris World Murcia
  38. 38. After playing in ADT Tarragona in 2010/11 and Club Melilla Basketball in 2011/12 and 2012/13, he signed in the 2013/14 season for Cáceres World Heritage Site, club with which he achieved promotion to LEB Gold in 2014/15 He is the player with the highest number of assists (542) in the history of the club, in which he was awarded the Cáceres Hobby Trophy for the best player of the 2013/14 season In the 2017/18 season, he signed for the Aceitunas Fragata Morón, from LEB Plata, a club with which he renewed in 2018/19 He was selected in the Spain national Under- team of basketball In the U16 category, he won the bronze medal in the 2005 European Basketball Championship in León (Spain) In the U20 category he won another bronze in 2008 in Riga (Latvia) In 2005 he also won gold at the European Youth Olympics, held in Lignano (Italy)
  39. 39. In 2012 El Chato completed his third season in teams from the north of Spain in 2010 he joined the Caja Rural He achieved victory in the first round of the Spanish Cup in the U23 category played in Don Benito (Extremadura) Rubén Fernández Andújar Birthdate: 1st March 1991 Sport: Cycling
  40. 40. He achieved the triumphs in Villatuerta (Navarra), Guadiana Circuit, Supplies Monjardín Trophy, Regional Time Trial Championship, Busturiako Udala Saria and Martin Deunaren Saria He was selected to run in the Tour del Porvenir His achieved victories in 2012 earned him a two-year contract with the Caja Rural team in Navarra In 2013, he managed to win on the Tour del Porvenir In 2016 he became leader of the Vuelta in Spain
  41. 41. She plays in the club Perfumerías Avenida of the Feminine League She achieved the record of 9 medals in 6 years, between European and world championships From the 16 tournaments she has played for Spain, in all of them she managed to get on the podium, nine in the training category (from 2007 to 2012) and seven in the absolute category (2013-2019) Laura Gil Birthdate: 24th April 1992 Sport: Basketball
  42. 42. He joined La Masía in 2008 at the age of 15 He went up between the categories, until finally reaching the Blaugrana subsidiary, with which he debuted in the Second Division on September 22, 2012 against FC Hercules On May 29, 2013 he played the Catalonia Cup final against RCD Español In the 2013-14 season, he would become an always presence in the schemes of Eusebio Sacristán, who would always summon him by aligning him as a starter Patricio Gabarrón Gil Birthdate: 17th April 1993 Sport: Football
  43. 43. He was convened by Gerardo Martino to play for the first team in the UEFA Champions League against Ajax in Amsterdam and in the Liga BBVA against Athletic Club On December 7, 2013 he scored his first goal with the Barça subsidiary against CE Sabadell (2-0 victory) In the following season, already with a lot of experience in the branch, he was appointed as the second captain In June 2015, after three seasons with the Barça subsidiary, Patric was released after finishing his contract and signed for the Società Sportiva Lazio, signing for 4 seasons with the Italian club He currently plays as a right back at Società Sportiva Lazio in Serie A in Italy
  44. 44. She started riding a motorcycle at the age of 3 and made her first race in 2001, in minibikes She debuted in the 2011 Spanish Championship at age 14, making history by becoming the first female to score in the 125 c CEV Ana Carrasco Gabarrón Birthdate: 10th March 1997 Sport: motocycling
  45. 45. In 2012, she achieved another unique feature in the history of Spanish motorcycling, with her sixth place on the grid, the highest achieved by a Spanish rider in the Spanish Championship It is the second Spanish to compete in the Motorcycle World Cup, after the pioneer Elena Rosell, debuting on April 7, 2013 in the Qatar Motorcycle Grand Prix On October 13, 2013, she was ranked 15th in the Malaysian GP, she achieved 1 point, thus becoming the first Spanish rider to score in a World Motorcycle Championship In the 2014 World Cup she raced with the "RW Racing" team On September 30, 2018, she became the first world champion in history to win the season's title in a motorcycle world championship
  46. 46. He started swimming at the age of 4 and competed for the first time without having the minimum age required because he was wrong to provide his age of birth At the age of 20 he already took tenth place in the European Championship On May 25, 2019, he achieved a bronze medal in the French LEN Cup On June 16, 2019 he won the Championships of Spain Lake Banyoles Alberto Martínez Murcia Birthdate: 27th July 1998 Sport: Swimming in open water
  47. 47. In July 2019 he achieved the eighth place in the 10 km race and the seventh place in the 25 km open water race in the 2019 World Swimming Championship Since 2018 he trains daily with the swimmer Mireia Belmonte in the CAR of Sant Cugat
  48. 48. Carlos Alcaraz In 2019 he became the first tennis player born in 2003 to win a match in a Challenger tournament On February 17, 2020, he defeated his compatriot Albert Ramos in the first round of the Rio de Janeiro ATP 500 tournament, winning his first match in the final table of an ATP Tour tournament at the age of 16 years and 10 months Birthdate: 5th May 2003 Sport: Tennis
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