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Por: Bouker Pool  (USA Cycling) USA Cycling announced today the roster for the 2020 UCI Track Cycling World Championships presented by Tissot. Eight women and four men will travel to Berlin, Germany to contend for medals, including the three-time UCI World Champion women’s Team Pursuit squad which will be looking to earn another rainbow jersey. Racing begins on February 26 and runs through March 1, 2020 at the Velodrom Berlin. “Our team has been working incredibly
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The Colombia 2.1 Tour couldn’t finish in a better way. The last stage was a real pedal battle between Team Ineos and Education First. As predicted, the ascent of the Gate was going to be the biggest test for the platoon and the favorites to keep the title. Once the climb began, Egan Bernal gave fight until the end, struggled to cut time, but Sergio Higuita and Daniel Felipe Martínez gave all the size. It
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In pre-Columbian times the Zipa was a nobility title to the supreme ruler of the muiscas. One of the main capitals of this culture was Zipaquirá, the city where the first champion of the Vuelta a Colombia and also the first champion of the Tour de France was born, some years later. The zipa legend never ended. Efraín Forero and Egan Bernal prolonged it with gestures of courage and honor that have given this city
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Sergio Andrés Higuita (EF Pro Cycling) from Antioquia became Friday the leader of Tour Colombia 2.1 after emotionally winning the fourth stage, 169 kilometers between Paipa and Santa Rosa de Viterbo, passing through Tunja, Ventaquemada and Duitama . Higuita, who last week became a national road champion in Tunja, confirmed his good sporting moment in Boyacá by showing resistance, concentration and strength in the final kilometers of the day and, above all, ascending towards Santa
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In a new sprinter duel, Juan Sebastián Molano (UAE Emirates Team) was the fastest again and, as in the previous stage, he won his second fraction promoted by the Argentine Maximiliano Richeze, while the Ecuadorian Jonathan Caicedo (Education First) He maintained the leadership of Tour Colombia 2.1 of this 2020. On a 177.7 km route between Paipa and Sogamoso, in the department of Boyacá, the libretto was repeated despite the numerous attacks that occurred on
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Juan Sebastián Molano (UAE Team Emirates) was left with the victory in the second stage of Tour Colombia 2.1. The Boyacense sprinter, true to his style, won the decisive packaging with authority and in this way he won his first victory in the 2020 edition of the coffee race. This Wednesday was a quick day and once again through the intense heat. The boyacense who is running at home, invested a time of 3 hours,
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 Education First prevailed in the first stage of Tour Colombia, which took place on Tuesday with departure and finish in Tunja, Boyacá, a 16-kilometer team time trial, with a time of 18 minutes 01 second and the first leader of the race He is the Ecuadorian, Jhonatan Caicedo. The chrono started 2,700 meters above sea level in the capital of Boyacense and ended at the same place of departure. The road began to steep at
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This Sunday officially opened the schedule of activities of Tour Colombia 2.1 of 2020. The third edition of the competition that will have a new champion (the last one was Miguel Ángel ‘Superman’ López), made the presentation of teams at the La Independencia stadium Tunja (Boyacá). The most important football scene of the department of Boyacense, received on this occasion a beautiful audience that made the appointment to the opening ceremony of the most important
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The Costa Rican cyclist, Kevin Rivera of the Italian team Androni Giocattoli – Sidermec, continues to reap good results and this Monday won the queen stage in the Langkawi Tour of Malaysia. After a journey of 156 kilometers the attic arrived first with a time of 4 hours 18 minutes 55 seconds. In the second place, 10 seconds from Kevin, the Italian Danilo Celano entered, while the third place went to the Russian Artem Ovechkin
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The city of Cali, capital of the department of Valle del Cauca in Colombia, will host the First Pan American Junior Games next 2021. An approximate figure of 4,000 athletes from the 41 national Olympic Committee members of Panam Sports will compete in more than 25 sports in the city caleña  from June 5 to 20, aged between 18 and 21 years. Cycling sport with great roots in our continent and with a special significance
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