Havana. (Press Copaci/Humberto Zabala/José Manuel Zabala).- Colombian Maria Luisa Calle and Stiven Brayan Ramirez were winners Sunday testing, and individual time trial in cycling the XXII Central American and Caribbean Games in Veracruz, Mexico.
Coatepec, Veracruz. (Enrique Romero, Cycling Press).- The 6500 circuit kilometers of Coatepec, land of fine coffee, it was a magnificent setting for the great performance of Mexican Daniela Campuzano and Lorenza Morfin, to take the top two spots in the women's race Mountain Bike, cycling at the start of the XXII Central American and Caribbean Games.
Havana. (Communication and Press Copaci).- The following is the program competitive cycling in the Central American and Caribbean Games in Veracruz, Mexico.
Havana. (Communication and Press Copaci).- The strong Australia team brokered the first of the medals in Phase I of the World Track Cycling Cup, which concluded Sunday in Guadalajara, Mexico.
Australian riders won three gold medals and two silver, ahead of Great Britain (2-2-0) and Germany (2-2-0), occupying positions two and three, respectively.
Havana. (Communication and Copaci Press).- Phase I of the UCI Track World Cup ended Sunday at the Sports Center Velodrome Paraderde in Guadalajara, Mexico, where more than 200 riders competed in 24 countries.
The lid was the first qualifier for the World Championships in France next February, which will be preceded by two other competitions in the UK and Colombia.
Havana. (Communication and Press Copaci).- With the qualifying team pursuit events for ladies and men, this Friday the first phase of the World Cup Track Cycling Velodrome began in Guadalajara, Mexico.
This Saturday there will be final in the following events: Sprint teams for women and men, ladies speed and keirin men.
Havana. (Communication and Press Copaci).- The First Pan American Championships and the Copa Toyota Cyclocross Cincy3 Festival ended on Sunday in the city of Covington, Cincinnati, USA.
According to Joe Mitch and Joe Bellante colleagues competed in the combat pilots from Germany, Argentina, Belgium, Canada, USA, Ireland and the Czech Republic.