Players of Basque pelota

Posted Jun 9, 2011
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  1. Aimar Olaizola
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    Aimar Olaizola

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    Aimar Olaizola Apezetxea, known as Olaizola II is a pelotari, brother of Olaizola I.


  2. Jacinto Quincoces
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    Jacinto Quincoces

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    Jacinto Francisco Fernández de Quincoces y López de Arbina (17 July 1905 in Barakaldo – 10 May 1997 in Valencia) was a Spanish football player and manager, as well as President of the Valencian Pilota Federation. He was a central defender and is regarded as one of the greatest defenders of the pre-war era.


  3. Augusto Ibáñez Sacristán
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    Augusto Ibáñez Sacristán

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    Augusto Ibáñez Sacristán is a Basque pelota forward player. Champion of the Doubles Hand-pelota tournaments of 1994, 2000,2004 and 2012.


  4. Julián Retegi
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    Julián Retegi

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    Julián Retegui Barbería, also known as Retegi II (born in Eratsun, Navarre, Spain on October 10, 1954) is an ex-player of Basque pelota. He is also called "El mago de Eratsun" (Spanish: "The wizard of Eratsun"), since he is considered one of the best Basque pelota players of all time. He played as a foreplayer.


  5. Etchegaray (pelotari)
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    Etchegaray (pelotari)

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    Etchegaray was a French pelotari who competed at the 1900 Summer Olympics in Paris, France.


  6. José de Amézola y Aspizúa
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    José de Amézola y Aspizúa

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    José de Amézola y Aspizua (1874–1922) was a Spanish pelotari who competed at the 1900 Summer Olympics in Paris, France.


  7. Alberto Beloki
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    Alberto Beloki

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    Alberto Beloki is a Basque pelota forward player, born in Burlada on August 26, 1978. His brother Rubén Beloki is also a professional pelotari known as Beloki I, often considered one of the best in the history of the sport. The only major win recorded by Beloki II was the 2nd category Doubles-pelota championship in 2003.


  8. Mariano Juaristi Mendizábal
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    Mariano Juaristi Mendizábal

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    Mariano Juaristi Mendizábal (February 21, 1904 – January 12, 2001) was an Azkoitian Basque pelota player known as Atano III. He is often considered one of the best pelotaris of all time, dominating the 1st hand-pelota category from 1926 to 1948 and winner of 4 championships (1940, 1942, 1944 and 1946).


  9. Rubén Beloki
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    Rubén Beloki

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    Rubén Beloki Irribarren is a Basque pelota defensive player, often considered one of the best in the history of the sport. He was born in Burlada on 8 August 1974. His brother Alberto Beloki is also a professional pelotari known as Beloki II.


  10. Fernando Arretxe
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    Fernando Arretxe

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    Fernando Arretxe Caminondo, also known as Arretxe I (born in Valcarlos, Navarre, Spain on August 19, 1961) is an ex-player of Basque pelota. He played as back-player.


  11. José María Palacios Moraza
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    José María Palacios Moraza

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    José María Palacios Moraza (September 2, 1935 – April 21, 2002), known by the pseudonym of Ogueta was a Basque pelota player in the category of hand-pelota. Often considered one of the best pelotaris of the history of Álava, in 1979 a professional fornton was named after him in Vitoria, the capital city of the province.


  12. Indalecio Sarasqueta
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    Indalecio Sarasqueta

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    Indalecio León Zarasqueta Uriarte (May 22, 1860–April 1, 1900), known as Txikito de Eibar or Aizpiri txiki, was a Basque pelota player who participated in pala, Hand-pelota, remonte, long bat and short bat categories. Due to his physical characteristics he received the nickname of Txiquito, meaning in Euskera Little. Txiquito de Eibar was one of the first professional players of pelota at the time of its beginnings, in the 19th century.


  13. Pedro Martínez de Eulate
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    Pedro Martínez de Eulate

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    Pedro Martínez de Eulate Maestresalas, know also as Martínez de Eulate or Eulate (born 17 August 1979), is a Basque pelota player of hand modality, plays on defense, winner of two doubles tournaments.


  14. Juan Martínez de Irujo
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    Juan Martínez de Irujo

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    Juan Martínez de Irujo (born 4 November 1981) is a professional Basque pelota player for the Aspe team.


  15. Asier Olaizola
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    Asier Olaizola

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    Asier Olaizola Apezetxea, known as Olaizola I is a pelotari in the 1st category of hand-pelota.


  16. Oier Zearra
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    Oier Zearra

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    Oier Zearra Garabieta, also known as Zearra (born in Galdakao, Biscay on January 12, 1977), is a Basque pelota player for Asegarce company. He plays as back-player.


  17. Maurice Durquetty
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    Maurice Durquetty

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    Maurice Durquetty was a French pelotari who competed at the 1900 Summer Olympics in Paris, France.




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