Each year the Spanish Cup for Cadets is held, where Isabel Fernandez has given her name to the tournament. Fernandez has her own judo school in the city and the plan is to have the current Training Camp in Alicante and Castelldefels will still host another TC for cadets and likely as well for juniors. Fernandez’ husband Javi Alonso who was her coach and current president of Judo Club Alicante is heavily involved in setting up the Training Camp in Alicante. Also Miriam Blasco, 1992 Olympic Champion is from Alicante. Current Spanish international Isabel Puche is from the same club. Many top judokas live in Valencia such as Sugoi Uriarte. The club attracts many overseas judoka from Pan America for years. So next year the international circuit can be seen at another beach. Spanish judo legend Isabel Fernandez in Olympic Committee The Spanish Olympic Committee (COE) has appointed Olympic Champion Isabel Fernández as its vice-president, after the proposal of President Alejandro Blanco. Fernández was crowned Olympic champion of Sydney 2000 in the U57 kilogram category, four years after winning a bronze medal at Atlanta 1996 in the under 56kg.
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I'm actually surprised by how many people think that's covered." About 48 million Americans age 65 and older are enrolled in Medicare, as well as another 9 million or so younger people with disabilities. Fidelity Investments estimates that the average couple retiring today at age 65 will spend a whopping $280,000 on health care during the remainder of their lives. Some people with low incomes qualify for programs that reduce their Medicare-related costs. There's extra help for prescription drug coverage, and some state-run savings programs help with copays, coinsurance, deductibles and premiums. For those who don't qualify, paying out of pocket or buying additional insurance are their options. Here are some common things basic Medicare does and does not cover and how to prepare. Basic, or original, Medicare consists of two parts: Part A and Part B. Part A provides coverage for hospital stays, skilled nursing, hospice and some home health services. As long as you have at least a 10-year work history, you pay nothing for Part A. However, it comes with a deductible of $1,340 per benefit period and has some caps on benefits. Part B coverage kicks in when you visit a doctor or receive other outpatient services, like a flu shot.
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