Suriname hosted the Junior Caribbean Championships Route

Havana. (Communication and Copaci Press).- The Cycling Federation of Suriname sponsored by the Pan American Cycling Confederation (COPACI), hosted last weekend Caribbean Junior Championships road race.

Thanks to the collaboration of the Puerto Rican Ismael Fuentes, president of the College of the competition, today we publish the official results.

James Palmer, Eliane McAdam win 2014 BMX Canada Cup Series

Drummondville, QC. (Guy Napert-Frenette, Communications Cycling Canada).- The 2014 BMX Canada Cup series came to an end on Sunday in Drummondville, and two categories were decided with tie breaker to determine the series Champions.

James Palmer of North Vancouver, BC (Yess Factory) won the men’s title in a tiebreaker with Mischa Partridge of Duncan, BC (Ridge Meadows BMX), while Eliane McAdam of Calgary, AB (Ssquared Canada) enjoyed a comfortable lead, both winning their first Canada Cup titles.

Nyhaug unbeatable at Canadian Championships, Walsh completes perfect weekend

Drummondville, QC. (Guy Napert-Frenette, Communications Cycling Canada).- Tory Nyhaug of Coquitlam, BC (Cycling BC) won his eighth Canadian title since turning Elite, while Amelia Walsh of Ayr, ON (Yess BMX TroyLee Designs) successfully defended her elite women’s Canadian BMX title. Both BMXers completed a perfect weekend after winning the time trial titles Friday on the brand new 400-meter BMX track in Drummondville.

Slovenian Jure Kocjan led ranking American Tour in September

Havana. (Communication and Press Copaci).- Slovenian rider Jure Kocjan occupied the first position of the ranking UCI America Tour route, the closing of which occurred on 25 September.

After Kiel Reijnen Kocjan (USA) and the Spanish Oscar Sevilla were located.

By country, the United States ranked first with 754 points, followed by Venezuela (713.34) and Colombia (667.67).

In the team ranking Smartstop Team USA (532) placed first, supported by fellow Northern Optum P / B Kelly Benefit Strategies (375) and Brazilian Funvic Invest-Brazil Sao Jose Dos Campos (351).

UCI Management Comittee agreeskey decisions

Ponferrada, Spain. ( The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) Management Committee has agreed a number of important decisions following a two-day meeting held in conjunction with the 2014 UCI Road World Championships in Ponferrada, Spain.

In order to further improve UCI’s anti-doping processes, the 14 member Management Committee proposed the establishment of an Anti-doping Tribunal to deal with cases involving international athletes, instead of these disciplinary proceedings being delegated to National Federations. The tribunal would be made up of judges specialized in anti-doping, fully independent of the UCI, with the aim to provide all top level athletes with the same consistent process and a clear, short timetable. This should ensure consistency and uniform quality in the decisions, significantly reduce the number of cases that go to CAS on appeal and lift the operational burden from the National Federations.