john kerry secretario de estado USA se rompe una pierna por caìda en la bici
John Kerry in Geneva hospital after bike accident in nearby France
By Ben Brumfield and Elise Labott, CNN
Updated 2000 GMT (0300 HKT) May 31, 2015
(CNN)U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry broke his right femur in a cycling accident in Scionzier, France, on Sunday morning, State Department spokesman John Kirby said.
The injury is near the site of a previous hip surgery, so Kerry will return to Boston on Sunday for treatment at Massachusetts General Hospital with his doctor who did the prior surgery, the spokesman said in a statement.
He was not, as reported earlier, en route to Boston on Sunday morning. Though a senior State Department official originally said that was the case, Kirby later said Kerry was resting comfortably at a Geneva hospital, where he would remain for the rest of the afternoon. He will depart for Boston on Sunday evening, Kirby said.
"In the interest of time, and so as not to further delay those traveling with him, we will dispatch his aircraft back to the United States with the traveling party aboard," he said, adding that Kerry will fly on a plane "outfitted to ensure he remains comfortable and stable."
Kerry regrets that he won't be able to visit Spain as planned, and he also won't be able to attend the Paris counter-ISIL coalition ministerial meeting on Tuesday. He will participate in the Paris meeting remotely, Kirby said.
(ISIL is another name for the terror network, ISIS.)
The secretary is stable, his injury is not life-threatening and he should make a full recovery, Kirby said.
"Secretary Kerry is in good spirits and is grateful to the French and Swiss authorities, doctors, and nurses who assisted him after the accident," the spokesman said.
It can take six months or more for a femur, the thighbone, to heal, depending on the nature of the break, according to orthopedic websites.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry rides his bike in Lausanne, Switzerland, in March.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry rides his bike in Lausanne, Switzerland, in March.
Kerry was flown by helicopter to a hospital in nearby Geneva, Switzerland, for examination, Kirby said earlier.
"Paramedics and a physician were on the scene with the Secretary's motorcade at the time of the accident," Kirby said. He received initial medical care at the site of the crash.
Kerry had traveled to Geneva for negotiations with Iranian diplomats on that country's nuclear program. He was cycling about 30 miles from the city, which is close to France.
The secretary is an avid cyclist who also took his bike to the region in March, when he met previously with Iranian diplomats.
Kerry injured his shoulder in a 1992 cycling accident.
fernando santander gana triatlòn media distancia de oliva
Muy contento por repetir victoria en Triatló Oliva Md113, pero sobre todo por como me he encontrado en carrera, y gran parte de culpa lo tiene mi chica Maria Bellmunt acompañándome en bici los entrenamientos de carrera sin dejarme parar cuando lloriqueaba, eres la mejor.
Marcando los mejores parciales de natación y ciclismo, me baje a correr con 4' sobre el segundo y 8' sobre el trío del tercero al quinto, pero una confusión en la primera vuelta de carrera a pie, provocó que del puesto 2 al 15 mas o menos corrieran mas metros, quedando sin opciones. A partir de ahí pude aflojar la marcha, pero ya no sabremos que podría haber pasado en los últimos kms de la carrera.
Entrada a meta mano arriba dedicada a una parejita a los que quiero mucho y que pronto serán un trío Emoticono grin
Por otra parte divertidísimo fin de semana acompañado por mis colegas Ignacio Ignacio Barragan y Alfonso Almarcha, con vosotros iría a cualquier carrera sin dudar!
A300w Elche Triatlón Club CicloEspai "No Limits" Nutrinovex Specialized España
1 1 SANTANDER DE LA MUÑOZA,FERNANDO A300W ELCHE T.C. G30-34M 1 00:26:35 1.24 00:01:28 1 02:15:06 39.97 00:01:53 5 01:30:44 4.19 04:15:46 00:00:00
2 34 ANDRES MARTINEZ, OSCAR C.T. TRIFITNESS 31 G35-39M 56 00:33:00 1.44 00:01:34 3 02:16:26 39.58 00:01:28 17 01:34:07 4.29 04:26:35 00:10:49
3 70 MARTINEZ BONET, MIGUEL C.E.A. BÉTERA G40-44M 48 00:32:53 1.44 00:01:32 22 02:22:38 37.86 00:02:01 1 01:28:14 4.12 04:27:18 00:11:3
19 11 SANZ CASTRO, RAMON A300W ELCHE T.C. G40-44M 267 00:42:15 2.13 00:01:47 35 02:25:47 37.04 00:01:42 2 01:29:18 4.15 04:40:49 00:25:03
147 32 CORDERO FORT, ALBERTO A300W ELCHE T.C. G35-39M 201 00:37:31 1.58 00:03:22 256 02:52:59 31.22 00:02:21 72 01:44:12 4.58 05:20:25 01:04:39
GRUPO 65-69 MASCULINO
1 8 VERDU PEREZ, ANTONIO CLUB TRIATLO OLIVA 1 00:34:42 1 02:31:55 35.55 1 02:28:42 05:35:19 00:00:00
109 CORDERO BALLESTEROS, JESúS A300W ELCHE T.C. G30-34M 328 00:52:33 2.46 00:05:19 00:00:00 0.00 00:00:00 00:00:00 0.00
1 Alistair Brownlee GBR 00:50:39
2 Fernando Alarza ESP 00:12
3 Vincent Luis FRA 00:18
4 Ryan Bailie AUS 00:19
5 Richard Murray RSA 00:22
6 Dorian Coninx FRA 00:27
7 Henri Schoeman RSA 00:29
8 Tony Dodds NZL 00:31
9 Justus Nieschlag GER 00:33
10 Tyler Mislawchuk CAN 00:35
11 Jacob BirtwhistleAUS 00:36
12 Aurelien RaphaelFRA 00:38
13 Andrea SalvisbergSUI 00:40
14 Mario Mola ESP 00:40
15 Sven Riederer SUI 00:43
16 Gregor Buchholz GER 00:44
17 Rostyslav PevtsovAZE 00:46
18 Steffen Justus GER 00:51
19 Adam Bowden GBR 00:53
Alarza asciende a la segunda plaza en las Series Mundiales de Londres
31 mayo, 2015
Un magnífico Fernando Alarza ha subido a la segunda plaza del podio de las Series Mundiales de Triatlón ITU celebrado en la tarde de este domingo 31 de mayo en Londres. En una prueba de alto voltaje, el español se ha mantenido en la pugna por el triunfo hasta los últimos instantes de la competición.
Por su parte, Mario Mola ha salido más rezagado del primer segmento y se ha situado en el pelotón perseguidor durante el tramo ciclista. SIn embargo, el balear no lograba enlazar con el grupo cabecero. A pesar de ello, Mola ha efectuado una gran carrera a pie en la que ha avanzado hasta la 14ª posición final.
Resultados del resto de españoles en liza: Cesc Godoy ha conseguido la 30ª plaza, el debutante Antonio Serrat ha finalizado en 38ª lugar y Jesús Gomar ha cerrado la participación española, clasificándose en 39ª posición.
Alistair Brownlee busts out home British win
By Chelsea White on 31/05/15 at 11:40 am
Making his home country proud, Alistair Brownlee (GBR) captured a breakaway win at the 2015 ITU World Triathlon London on Sunday. With the familiar crowd cheering him on in Hyde Park as he crossed the finish line at 50:39, the Brit was able to tally his second WTS victory of the season.
Taking the silver medal was Spain’s Fernando Alarza, who claimed his first WTS podium of the year. He was followed by Vincent Luis of France with the bronze. Luis’ performance earned him his third podium position of the season after a second-place finish in Abu Dhabi and third-place finish in Cape Town earlier in the year.
Lining up for the sprint race, the typical London weather left the men with particularly cold-temperature conditions to get through the short one-lap swim, four-lap bike and two-lap run course. Wetsuits in tow, Henri Schoeman (RSA) and Richard Varga (SVK) led the 750-kilometre swim and into the first transition.
Despite coming out of the water with a respectable position, home turf advantage could not swing in favour of Jonathan Brownlee (GBR) as a mechanical problem on the bike forced him to lose his momentum and leaderboard position.
The bike malfunction saw the younger Brownlee fall more than a minute behind on the first of four laps. Meanwhile older brother Alistair led the lead pack around Hyde Park alongside the likes of Aaron Royle (AUS) and Vincent Luis (FRA) in an 18-man pack.
Expert sprinters Mario Mola (ESP) and Richard Murray (RSA) also missed the first group and were forced to start from a deficit on the two-lap run.
Luis and Brownlee continued their quest for a podium as they took the top spot early on the 2-lap run. But Alistair left nothing to chance and blasted away on the first lap to create an insurmountable gap. A gap that would lead him right into the finish line and right into the position of hearing Great Britain’s national anthem alongside his national people.
With two medals still up for grabs, the last lap of the run saw a battle between Alarza, Luis and Ryan Baile (AUS) all pushing til the end. But ultimately it was Alarza and Luis who were able to exert a last-minute effort to take home the silver and bronze.
Despite his absence, Javier Gomez Noya (ESP) maintained his Columbia Threadneedle leader position in the rankings after winning his first WTS race in Yokohama, Japan on May 16.
1. Alistair BrownleeGBR GB 00:50:39
2. Fernando Alarza ESP ES 00:50:51
3. Vincent Luis FRA FR 00:50:57
4. Ryan Bailie AUS AU 00:50:58
5. Richard Murray RSA ZA 00:51:01
6. Dorian Coninx FRA FR 00:51:06
7. Henri Schoeman RSA ZA 00:51:08
8. Tony Dodds NZL NZ 00:51:10
9. Justus NieschlagGER DE 00:51:12
10. Tyler MislawchukCAN CA 00:51:14
1. Javier Gomez Noya ESP 3507
2. Mario Mola ESP 2979
3. Fernando Alarza ESP 2961
4. Richard Murray RSA 2490
5. Alistair Brownlee GBR 2340
6. Ryan Bailie AUS 2305
7. Jonathan Brownlee GBR 2186
8. Vincent Luis FRA 2110
9. Crisanto Grajales MEX 2015
10. Sven Riederer SUI 1750