In a great performance, the Colombian female cyclists excelled in the second online stage of the Women’s International Tour of Guatemala; Serika Gulumá, Carolina Vargas and Andrea Alzate made it 1-2-3 at Circuito Patzicia.

On the flat day, held this Friday over 125.4 kilometers around El Camán, the Colombian female cyclists who on this occasion represent the Colombian Road Team once again had an outstanding performance after winning the first stage.

The first flying finish line in the El Camán circuit, Patzicía municipality, Chimaltenango department, was won by the Colombian Jessy Dueñas (Clarus Merquimina), ahead of another athlete from her country Juliana Londoño (Prototype Women’s Cycling Team) and the Mexican Romina Hinojosa (Roxo Racing).

In the next one, the Canadian Emely Marcolini (Roxo Racing), Dueñas and Londoño entered in order, while in the third one, Dueñas, the Aztec Carime Flores (Roxo Racing) and the equally Canadian Nadia Gontova (Roxo Racing) entered.

In the general classification, Andrea Alzate (Colombian National Team) continues to lead the race. The Antioquia rider is escorted by her compatriot Karen Lorena Villamizar (Patobike) with the same time and the third place is occupied by the Venezuelan Lilibeth Chacón (Clarus Merquimia-Strongman) at 1 ″.

This Saturday the third stage of the women’s round will be held, with a circuit in Pamezabal, over a route of 119.6 kilometers, in which Andrea Alzate will defend the lead with two days to go before the conclusion of the Guatemalan round.

Source: Agencia Prensa Latina y Revista Mundo Ciclístico