CURITIBA, BRAZIL. After four days of dispute and with less than a second of difference, the title of the III Women’s Tour of Uruguay was for the young Brazilian Tamires Radatz, 24 years old, finally the great winner.
Tamires, representing the Avai / Florianópolis team, accumulated a total of 9 hours, 30 minutes and 37 seconds in the four stages of the event, ahead of his compatriot Lucene Silva (Funvic / Pindamonhangaba) and Argentina’s Maribel Aguirre, occupant of the third position
The final stage, disputed in a circuit, crowned the Brazilian Lucie Silva, who won in a flight with three other cyclists.
Brazil won the team title through the Funvic / Pindamonhangaba, in addition to the classification of montanha with Larissa Castelari (Funvic / Pindamonhangaba). (cbc.esp.br)