BOGOTÁ. The Colombia Manto Postobón track team said goodbye this Sunday to the World Youth Championship that took place in Frankfurt, Germany, after winning a silver medal with Antioquia Anderson Arboleda in the scratch test.
On this Sunday’s day, five Colombians were in action. The first one was Juan Camilo Puentes, who was contesting the kilometer test, where he achieved the 23rd position. The German Tobias Buck-Gramcko got the gold medal, followed by the Dutch Daan Kool and the Italian Matteo Bianchi, who He hung the bronze medal.
The ladies participated in Madison with: María Camila Atahualpa and Elizabeth Castaño, who achieved the twelfth place. The United States took the gold medal, silver went to Britain and bronze to Russia. (RESULTS)
While Miguel Ángel Hoyos and Anderson Arboleda, they were left with a valuable fifth place in Madison, proof that it was won by New Zealand. The silver medal went to Germany and the bronze one to France.
In the general table of medals, Colombia finished in box 17, after achieving a silver medal. Germany took the first place with nine medals (5 gold and 4 silver), followed by New Zealand with 4 conquests (3 gold and 1 silver) and Greece with two gold, completed Top 3. (Fedeciclismo Colombia)
FINAL MEDALLERO BY COUNTRIES.