Synonyms for carretero or Related words with carretero

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Examples of "carretero"
Roberto Carretero defeated Albert Costa, 6–0, 7–6
Carretero is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Reagrupament is led by Joan Carretero and Rut Carandell and its slogan is "Independence and Democracy".
Lluís Pujals i Carretero (born 22 January 1966) is a Catalan musician and painter.
Four of his noteworthy compositions: "El carretero"; "Nostalgia guajira"; "Cumbiamba"; "Cuando salí de Cuba".
Héctor Carretero(born 28 May 1995) is a Spanish cyclist riding for .
Richard Krajicek was the defending champion, but lost to Roberto Carretero in the second round.
Roberto Carretero defeated Àlex Corretja 2–6, 6–4, 6–4, 6–4
Roberto Carretero won in the final 2–6, 6–4, 6–4, 6–4 against Àlex Corretja.
Roberto Carretero (born 30 August 1975) is a Spanish former professional tennis player. He won one singles title, the 1996 Hamburg AMS.
"El Carretero" is a guajira (country lament) sung by Eliades Ochoa with the full ensemble providing additional instruments and backing vocals.
On 9 June 2015 the UCI confirmed that Carretero had tested positive for EPO on 22 April, during the Tour of Turkey.
Jordi Núñez Carretero (born 19 September 1969 in Granollers, Barcelona) is a Spanish handball player who competed in the 1996 Summer Olympics and in the 2000 Summer Olympics.
Andrés Manuel Carretero (1927–2004) was an Argentine essayist and self-taught historian. He was born in Bragado and died on July 10, 2004.
Joan Carretero i Grau () was born in Tremp (Pallars Jussà) in 1955. After having been mayor of Puigcerdà, he became a minister in the Catalan Government.
As part of the warm-up programme, Dukla spent time in Nymburk. During the pre-season, Dukla gave trials to a number of players including midfielder Antonín Holub and Spaniard Juan Carlos Carretero Rodríguez.
Sebastián Nilo Carretero (born February 27, 1986, in (Trenque Lauquen (Buenos Aires), Argentina)) is an Argentine footballer currently playing for Unión La Calera of the Primera División in Chile.
Ramón Carretero Marciags (born 26 November 1990) is a Panamanian racing cyclist, who is currently suspended from the sport due to an anti-doping violation. He raced in the 2014 Giro d'Italia, but withdrew after not finishing stage 7.
He has been a member of the Association of Parents of Students of Vedruna School in Puigcerdà and president of "Club de Futbol Puigcerdà" (Puigcerdà Football Club). Joan Carretero is associated with FC Barcelona.
Carretero, a former junior French Open Champion, shocked the tennis world by winning the title in Hamburg as a virtually unknown player ranked only 143. En route to the title he defeated two top 100 players, two top 20 players (Washington and Boetsch), and most notably, Yevgeny Kafelnikov in the semi-finals, and Àlex Corretja in the final. After winning the title, Carretero lost in the first round of Roland Garros and did not have any significant results other than winning a Challenger tournament held in Sopot, Poland in 1999.