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345 days. This is the desert that Egan Bernal has lived far from the competition, a sports limbo in which the Colombian’s perseverance went beyond a mere recovery to lead a normal life after the terrible accident he suffered last January, when he crashed while training against the back of a bus at more than 50 km/h. This Tuesday, in the first stage of the Tour of Denmark, the Ineos rider got the most rewarding
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The Uruguayan cyclist Mauricio Moreira, of the Glassdrive/Q8/Anicolor team, won the 83rd edition of the Vuelta Portugal on August 15 after beating his teammate, the Portuguese Frederico Figueiredo, who had been leading the general classification for days in the time trial . Moreira, 27, took first place in the individual general classification after 38 hours, 38 minutes and 31 seconds, and achieved a goal that had eluded him in 2021 after crashing in the final
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Boyacá cyclist Daniela Carolina Munévar was the great figure of Colombia in the Paracycling World Championship, which was held in Baie-Comeau, Canada, where our continent also reached podiums through riders from Brazil, the United States and the hosts themselves. Múnevar hung a silver and a bronze medal in the C2 category. She first achieved third place in the time trial, which was advanced in a circuit of 18.9 kilometers, and in which she was only
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The 2019 Tour de France and 2021 Giro d’Italia champion Egan Bernal will compete again in the Tour of Denmark on Tuesday, August 16, eight months after his serious accident while training in Colombia. “Egan Bernal has made remarkable progress in recent months to return to racing with the team, testament to the cyclist’s focus and dedication, the rigorous efforts of his medical team and the many who have supported him throughout his recovery process.
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The last day of the Pan American Track Championships in Lima, Peru, reserved two more golds for Canada, a delegation that reached 13 titles and became the owner of the event, followed by Trinidad and Tobago (4), Colombia (2), Barbados (2) and Brazil (1), the only countries that could climb to the top of the podium. The northerners had in the Olympic champion Kelsey Mitchell her first Sunday gold after prevailing in keirin, escorted by
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The International Cycling Union (UCI) presented the MTB calendar (Mountain Bike World Cup and Enduro World Series) for 2023, whose main novelty is that all the main mountain biking formats are for the first time united under a combined scheme to support the growth of the sport. There will be 15 rounds covering 34 races in 10 countries and 3 continents (Europe, America and Australia), as ESO Sports and Discovery Sports Events partner to deliver
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In a great display, Estefanía Herrera, from Colombia Tierra de Atletas GW Shimano, won the fifth stage of the Women’s Tour of Colombia 2022, which was held between Curiti and Bucaramanga over 103.4 kilometers. Diana Peñuela (DNA Pro Cycling) kept the lead with the final day to go. The runner from Antioquia managed to reach the finish line alone, after a devastating attack before entering the capital of Santander, breaking the winning streak of Peñuela,
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As one of the great news of the Pan American Track Cycling Championship will be the victory in the 500 meters time trial of the Colombian Martha Bayona over the Tokyo 2020 Olympic titleholder, the Canadian Kelsey Mitchell, in what constituted the first gold for the South American delegation in a fight that concludes this Sunday in Lima, Peru. This was the first race to distribute medals on the penultimate day of the event, and
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Canada opened up the 2022 UCI Para-Cycling Road World Championships in Baie-Comeau, winning four medals in the first two days of competition. Nathan Clement (T1) and Shelley Gautier (T1) won the first two medals for the team earning silver and bronze; while Paralympian Charles Moreau (H3) earned a career-best taking silver on day one. Tokyo 2020 Paralympic medallist, Keely Shaw (C4), would take bronze on day two. “I’m really happy with the race,” Clement told
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Amazing!! Diana Peñuela was once again the best in the Women’s Tour of Colombia. This time the national road champion dominated the individual time trial, which started in San Gil and ended in Barichara. The DNA Pro Cycling Team runner smashed the stopwatches, covering 21.3 kilometers with a record of 39:40, marking an average of 32.218 km/h. While the Mexican Anet Barrera (DNA Pro Cycling Team) and Lina Marcela Hernández (Colombia Tierra de Atletas GW
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