Santa Cruz, Bolivia. (Gualberto Escobar, President FBC).- With testing on the road map I bypass the area Camirí Guard, completed this master category reserved for male and female international event, which held the first award of the Santa Cruz sports authority, Guillermo Saucedo.
Winnipeg, MB. (Guy Napert-Frenette, Communications Cycling Canada).– October 25, 2014) The 2014 Shimano Canadian Cyclocross Champions took place today in National historic site “The Forks”, at the junction of the Red and Assiniboine rivers in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Large crowds converged to the popular touristic venue to cheer on Canada’s top Cyclocross racers.
Quito. (Communication Social CDP) .- Juan Pozo (Panavial) brilliantly achieved the title of the 34th International Cycling Tour to Ecuador, afternoon and ended Sunday night in the historic center of Quito.
The tenth fraction of surprises turn left, after winning the title by Juan Pozo, who overcame a second individual to his partner Richard Carapaz, the two runners Panavial overall.
San Juan, Puerto Rico. (Communication and Copaci Press/Ismael Fuentes/Waldo D. Ortiz).- The Elite Road Championships Caribbean began in this city with individual time trials.
Ente ladies after 22.3 kilometers pedaling, Kathryn Bertine was imposed, St. Kitts and Nevis, while Tamico Butler (Antigua) and Nichole Mitchell (Bermuda), were his companions on the awards podium.
Tibas, Costa Rica. (Fanny Tayver Newspaper Al Dia).- Costa Rica take 22 riders to the Central American and Caribbean Games, which start in exactly one month in Veracruz, Mexico.
The roster was registered yesterday and the big news in the National Team is the incorporation of Misty Henry Raabe, acting both on the road and in the individual time trial.
Macas, Ecuador. (Communication Social CDP).- Jaume Rovira (Team Movistar Ecuador) was the surprise of the day, crossing the finish line with a comfortable lead over his rival, Klever Quasker (Panavial) in the running of the sixth stage of XXXIV Tour Cycling to Ecuador, which after 150 kilometers of travel arrived in the city of Macas from Riobamba.
Chone, Ecuador. (Press CDP).- The fifth stage of the 34th Cycling Tour to Ecuador traveled 117 miles between Bahia and Chone, and again Joseph Bone (CDP) passed the finish line first with a time of 2:37:10 hours.
This Monday is the rest day caravan and shall move to the city of Riobamba, to continue on Tuesday with the sixth stage between Riobamba and Macas, for a distance of 150.8 kilometers.