The cyclists who will represent Mexico (24) and Argentina (16 on track and route) in the I Pan American Youth Games were recently announced and in the next few hours they will be traveling to the event headquarters in Cali, Colombia , where a continental appointment with all the ingredients is expected to be very attractive.
One of the largest delegations in cycling will be that of Mexico, which has also ratified the dispute for several medals in all the modalities called, despite the fact that a strong rivalry is expected on the track, the road, in the BMX and the Mountain Bike, as it will bring together all the young talent of cycling in America.
The tricolor selection for the field and track tests is integrated into the track by: María José Vizcaino, Sofía Martínez, Melanie Janet Ramírez, Nicole Cordova, Juan Carlos Ruiz, Ridley Naim Malo, Francisco Javier Contreras, José Ramón Muñiz and Tomás Aguirre; while on the route they will: Katia Elizabeth Martínez, Carlos Rojas and Jorge Frabrizio Martínez.
Five names will do it in both specialties, track and route, and they are: Ricardo Peña, Jorge Adrián Peyrot, Yareli Acevedo Mendoza, Romina Hinojosa and Victoria Velazco.
In addition, Pamela Quintana, Alajandra Abigal Sandoval and Hugo Soto will compete in BMX, while Ana Ruth Clarck, Ericka Rodríguez, Adair Gutiérrez and Esteban Herrera entered the Mountain Bike.
For its part, in the case of the Argentine national team, after different training camps and adding to some of the results obtained, Walter Pérez, in his capacity as national technical director, summoned the following athletes and staff to travel to Cali from this 20th of November.
Among the females, the pedalists chosen were Maribel Aguirre; Ludmila Posse; Magali Balmaceda; Geraldine Mazzuchini; Natalia Vera; Valentina Luna; Milagros Sanabria, and Micaela Gutiérrez; while the male troop will be made up by Iván Ruíz; Lukas Dundic; Arian Etcheverry; Rodrigo Diaz; Santiago Sánchez; Lucas Vilar; Juan Godoy, and Joel Vargas.