Colombia once again dominated the Tour of Costa Rica, this time through Marco Tulio Suesca (Movistar-Best PC), who became champion of the 56th edition of the Costa Rican round after retaining the lead on the tenth and final day, a short section of 99 kilometers disputed in the city of Heredia.

The last Colombian victory dated back to 2012, on that occasion the winner was Óscar Sánchez from Caldas. The Boyacá cyclist passed the last day without complications to finish on the top of the podium, accompanied by his compatriot Carlos Gutiérrez (Team Banco Guayaquil) and the Costa Rican Daniel Bonilla (Colono Construccion Bike Station).

Marco Tulio Suesca, who succeeded Daniel Bonilla, winner in 2019, in the Vuelta a Costa Rica, gave his impressions at the end of the race. “I owe the victory to my teammates who were at my disposal. We came with great expectations, but it was thanks to the fact that they trusted me. Even in the last lap my rivals attacked me”.

Likewise, the Colombian beetles dominated the general classification of the mountain prizes, which ended up in the hands of the experienced rider from Nariño, Robinson Chalapud (Team Banco Guayaquil), and the points that Marco Tulio Suesca (137) took.

The last stage victory was won by Panamanian Franklin Archibold (Panama is Culture and Values) at the Presidente Circuit in Heredia, ahead of Sebastián Moya (Colono Construccion Bike Station) and Sergio Arias (Colono Construccion Bike Station).

In sub 23 the dominance was absolute of the national Gabriel Rojas, who was first from day one of the competition and closed a great tour at the top of his category. The flying goals were won by the Panamanian Archibold (27 units). At the team level, Team Banco Guayaquil Ecuador was the best, followed by Colono Bikestation Clips and 7C Economy-Lacoinex.

The Vuelta Costa Rica Telecable had a total of 10 stages, passing through Heredia, Liberia, Nicoya, Puntarenas, Grecia, Curridabat, Pérez Zeledón and Cartago with a route of more than 1,100 kilometers of action.