José Adrián Bonilla

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José Adrian Bonilla
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José Adrián Bonilla at Euskal Bizikleta 2005.
Personal information
Full name José Adrian Bonilla Bonilla
Born (1978-04-28) 28 April 1978 (age 36)
Paraíso, Costa Rica
Team information
Current team Coopenae-Movistar-Economy
Discipline Road
Role Rider
Rider type Time trialist/all-rounder
Amateur team(s)
1999–2002
2003
2003
2007–2008
2009–2011
2012–
Café de Costa Rica-Pizza Hut
Cropusa-Burgos
Pizza Hut-Bancredito
BCR-Pizza Hut
Citi-Economy-Blue[1]
Coopenae-Economy-Gallo Bikes
Professional team(s)
2004–2006
2007
Major wins

Vuelta a Costa Rica

1st Overall (2003, 2011)
9 stages

Costa Rican Time Trial Championships

1st 2001, 2004, 2009, 2010, 2011
Infobox last updated on
30 December 2013
This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Bonilla and the second or maternal family name is Bonilla.

José Adrián Bonilla Bonilla is a Costa Rican professional road bicycle racer born on April 28, 1978 in Paraíso, Costa Rica.

He debuted professionally in 2004 with the team Comunidad Valenciana.

In 2006, during the Operación Puerto doping case, he was identified as the client of a doping traffic network led by Eufemiano Fuentes, under the code name Bonilla Alfredo.[2] Bonilla was not sanctioned by the Spanish government since doping was not a crime at the time. He did not receive any other sanction either since the judge assigned to the case refused to share the case's evidence with the World Anti-Doping Agency or the Union Cycliste Internationale. Spanish court 31 later cleared him and all the other members of Comunidad Valenciana of any involvement in the case. On a document dated 28 July 2006 the court's secretary made clear none of the team members were found guilty of doping.[3]

Palmarés[edit]

1999
1st Stage 11 Vuelta a Costa Rica
2000
2001
1st  Costa Rica Time Trial Championships
2002
1st Stage 10 Vuelta a Costa Rica
1st Overall Vuelta de Higuito
1st Overall Vuelta a Chiriquí
2003
1st Overall Vuelta a Costa Rica
1st Stage 8
1st Overall Vuelta a Zamora
1st Stage 2
1st Overall Vuelta a Galicia
1st Stage 1 Vuelta a Chiriquí
2004
1st Stage 1 GP Estremadura
1st  Costa Rica Time Trial Championships
2005
2006
2007
2008
1st Stages 10 & 12 Vuelta a Costa Rica
1st Copa Nacional Protecto
1st Overall Clásica Poás
1st Overall Vuelta a Chiriquí
1st Stages 6, 8 & 9
1st Stage 3 Vuelta a San Carlos
2009
1st Stages 6 & 11 Vuelta a Costa Rica
1st  Costa Rica Time Trial Championships
1st Stage 4 Vuelta a San Carlos
1st Prologue Vuelta a Chiriquí
2010
1st  Costa Rica Time Trial Championships
1st Desafio Powerade
1st Central American Games, Time Trial
2011
1st Overall Vuelta a Costa Rica
1st Stages 7 & 10
1st  Costa Rica Time Trial Championships
1st Stages 5 & 7 Vuelta de Higuito
2013
9th Overall Vuelta Ciclista a Costa Rica

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ávalos, Roy (30 March 2010). "José Adrián Bonilla: “Mi equipo trabaja muy bien”" [José Adrián Bonilla: “My team works very well]. MarioSegura.com (in Spanish) (San José, Costa Rica). 
  2. ^ "Informe de la Guardia Civil (Capítulo III)" [Report of the Civil Guard (Chapter III)] (in Spanish). Cadena SER. 12 July 2006. Retrieved 13 April 2010. 
  3. ^ Salmerón, Antonio J. (30 July 2006). "Comunidad Valenciana riders get all clear". CyclingNews (Bath, England).