San Benedetto del Tronto


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San Benedetto del Tronto

(sän bĕnədĕ`tō dĕl trŏn`tō), city (1991 pop. 42,693), Marches, central Italy, on the Adriatic. It is an important sea port.
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Only in a 104-8 demolition of the Czech Republic in 1994 have Italy scored more, with Matteo Minozzi responsible for three of his side's 13 tries in San Benedetto Del Tronto.
Mattia Bellini and Edoardo Padovani touched down twice apiece and Tommaso Allen kicked 12 points, including a conversion, after touching down himself early in the second half at San Benedetto Del Tronto.
Meanwhile, Italy crushed Russia 85-15 in San Benedetto del Tronto.
The early season stage race, seen as a warm-up for the Milan-Sanremo on March 17, starts with a 16.9km team time-trial from San Vincenzo to Donoratico in the west before a six-stage race to San Benedetto del Tronto on the eastern Adriatic coast.
The current season has already reached its midway point, with the first three rounds taking place in Malta in May, Turkey in June and at San Benedetto del Tronto in Italy earlier this month.
The Team Columbia-Highroad sprinter, in Britain's squad for next week's World Track Cycling Championships in Poland, won the 169km stage which began and finished in San Benedetto del Tronto. Michele Scarponi (Diquigiovanni) won the overall title.
Gaz de France (Paris: GAZ), a France-based natural gas supplier, has decided to set up a joint venture with Acea SpA (BIT: ACE) (Acea) and Gas Plus for the conversion into a natural gas storage facility of depleted gas deposits on the San Benedetto del Tronto site, in the Marche region of Italy.
Popular with families, San Benedetto del Tronto is one of the busier towns and one of the more important fishing ports on the Adriatic.
Another Le Marche destination which comes to life when the temperature rises is the glamorous San Benedetto del Tronto.

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