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MONTEVIDEO. El colombiano Walter Vargas, del Team Medellín, se proclamó este domingo campeón de la edición 76 de la Vuelta Ciclista del Uruguay, por delante del brasileño Cristian Da Rosa y del argentino Germán Tivani. Es la tercera vez que un colombiano gana el título de esta competición, tras las victorias de Rogelio Arango en la vuelta de 1984 y de Iván Casas en la de 2011. El Team Medellín también salió vencedor en la
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MONTEVIDEO. The Argentinian cyclist Germán Tivani (Virgen de Fátima) won this Saturday in the ninth stage of the Vuelta Ciclista del Uruguay in its 76th edition and the Colombian Walter Vargas (Medellin) continues as the leader. Tivani, from the Vírgen de Fátima team, traveled the 180.5 kilometers that connect San Jacinto, in the department of Canelones (South), and Durazno (Center) in 3 hours, 29 minutes and 45 seconds. The second place was taken by the
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HAVANA. The Cuban International ICU Commissar, Joaquín Parets, died a victim of hepatic sirrosis. Parets was linked to national cycling from a young age in his native Catalina de Güines in the current Cuban province of Mayabeque, acting as coach and curator in the country’s main competitions. In Paret’s professional career, he also worked as an UCI commissar in different cycling events in the Americas. The president of the Pan-American Cycling Confederation (COPACI), José Manuel
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MONTEVIDEO. After the dominance of Argentine Nicolás Naranjo in the first five stages, the Colombian Walter Vargas stayed with the top last Wednesday and this Friday was the first stage won by a Uruguayan with what was done by Fernándo Méndez at the top of San Antonio from Piriápolis. The 76th edition of La Vuelta had its eighth stage this Friday, after completing a week since the game on the previous Friday, and only then
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HAVANA. Eight Cuban riders will participate in the XIX Vuelta a Guatemala, announced from June 12 to 16 and will award points for the ranking of the International Cycling Union (UCI), cumulative with a view to the classification to the Olympic Games of Japan 2020. Arlenis Sierra, leader of Astana Women’s, will do it for this team, as well as his compatriot Heydi Praderas, now both in Italy where the Kazakh club is based. The
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MONTEVIDEO. The Venezuelan cyclist Fernando Briceño, who defends the colors of the national team of his country, has imposed this Thursday in the seventh stage of the 76th edition of the Vuelta del Uruguay, a day of 189.3 kilometers that started in thirty-three to conclude in Rocha. With a time of 4 hours, 25 minutes and 12 seconds, Briceño prevailed in the arrival to Rocha ahead of the Argentine Adrián Richeze (Virgin of Fatima) and
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SAN JOSE. The cyclist Mariano Saborío died on Monday in the early morning after vanishing on Sunday in the last, three-stage, competition mountain bike Channel Challenge. Saborío, 31 years old and from Athens, was in the lot when he suddenly felt bad and fainted, so he was immediately transferred to a medical center in the canal capital, where he died at dawn. Saborío had more than four years of participating in different events in the
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MONTEVIDEO. El ciclista colombiano Walter Vargas (Medellín) se ha enfundado el maillot de líder de la 76ª edición de la Vuelta Ciclista del Uruguay tras imponerse este miércoles en la sexta etapa, una contrarreloj individual de 33,6 kilómetros con salida y llegada en la localidad de Melo. Vargas festejó su 27 cumpleaños siendo el más rápido en la cronometrada y, sobre su bicicleta Berria, aventajó en nada menos que 59 segundos al brasileño Cristian Egidio
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BOGOTÁ. From May 1 to May 5, 12 cyclists of the elite categories, men, women and sub 23, will be representing the Colombia Manzana Postobón team in the Pan-American Championship that will take place in Pachuca, capital of the state of Hidalgo, located north of Mexico City at 2400 meters above sea level. The team led by Carlos Mario Jaramillo will face the continental appointment with a group of young talents among which stands out
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HIDALGO, MEXICO. Four Hidalgo riders will be for the Mexican national team that will compete in the XXXIV Pan-American Road Cycling Championship, which will take place from April 29 to May 5 in Pachuca, confirmed the Mexican Cycling Federation. Francisco Lara Carvajal, from Ixmilquilpan, will see action in the elite category, along with René Corella, from Sonora; Jonathan Sandoval, from Jalisco, and the current national champion, Orlando Garibay. In the meantime, the poblanos Efrén Santos
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