On a rainy and very eventful day, Dusan Rajovic (Team Corratec) took revenge and won the second stage of the Tour of Táchira, which included a total route of 149.9 kilometers starting at Hacienda Los Almendros and ending at Plaza from Ciudad Bolivia in the state of Barinas.
The Serbian entered the finish line in first place after beating Colombian Johan Colón (Orgullo Paisa), Venezuelan Xavier Quevedo (Venezuela País Futuro) and Puerto Rican Ricky Morales (Corratec Racing América) in the sprint.
In the general classification, Rajovic now commands the positions although he is tied for times with Johan Colón. At 8 seconds is the Venezuelan Xavier Quevedo in the third position.
The chaotic day began with several attacks and after the first 15 kilometers of travel, the break of the day was put together with the Colombian Juan Sebastián Saavedra (Team Saavedra Arroz Gelvez) as the protagonist.
The beetle was accompanied by Máximo Rojas (Team Carabobo), Kevin Roa (Táchira Lottery), José Contreras (Alexander Investments), Johan Sánchez (Sabe Miel-Boutique Cycling), Reinaldo Arocha (Great Transport Mission Venezuela), Yurgen Ramírez (Venezuela Future Country) and Neubery Castaño (JHS Group).
Control in the main group was exercised by Orgullo Paisa and Deportivo Táchira, who 30 kilometers from the finish line began to set a strong and constant pace to exterminate the breakaway and take the decision of the stage to the packing, where the Serbian Rajovic was the stronger.
This Tuesday the third stage of the 57th edition of the Andean tour will be held, with a flat route of 131 kilometers starting in Socopó and finishing in Barinitas.