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Colombian Fernando Gaviria, UAE Team Emirates sprinter, was a real missile on arrival in Pontedera to prevail, after 182.9 kilometers, in the Giro de la Toscana. The runner from Antioquia was intractable and irresistible to overcome with great authority the rest of the sprinters present in this 92 edition of the Italian classic. His superiority was such in the final stretch that he had time to look back to see that no one could snatch
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Miguel Ángel López won stage 17 of the Tour de France, disputed this Wednesday over 170 kilometers, between Grenoble and Col de la Loze, in which Primoz Roglic maintained the lead and Tadej Pogacar is second. Rigoberto Urán and Nairo Quintana lost time.  The stage, for some the queen of this year’s edition, was important because the high finish made the legs hard and some of the favorites lost their step.  The start of the
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The Vuelta Ciclista de Valencia in Spain ended yesterday with a great victory for Uruguayan Mauricio Moreira, from the Vigo-Rías Baixas team, after the last stage in which he finished in 14th place. It is the second victory for Salta in the European continent in a stage race, showing his evolution in this Elite and Sub 23 category event. Mauricio was the dominator of the competition, also winning the Regularity Award, for his second places
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After the meeting held by the Minister of Sports, Hernán Solano and the president and vice president of the Costa Rican Cycling Federation (FECOCI), Juan Manuel González Zamora and Javier Munich, it was defined that the one-day events as National Championships in the modalities of road cycling, XCO, BMX, Track, Enduro and DownHill, if they will be able to be carried out after the approval of their respective competition protocols, but the men’s and women’s
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With four ladies and one man, the Mexican team will be made up, which will compete from the 24th to the 27th of this month, in the World Road Cycling Championships, in Imola, Italy. The selection was made up of some of the cyclists who next year will be fighting for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic square, the selection is made up of Andrea Ramírez from Jalisco, Ariadna Gutiérrez from the State of Mexico, both cyclists
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Colombian Daniel Martínez won this Friday in the thirteenth stage of the Tour de France, with the goal at the top of the Puy Mary, by beating German Lennard Kämna on the finish line, the two strongest of a long escape that marked the day . The recent winner of the Dauphiné, 24 years old and contesting his second Tour, got his first win on a grand tour. The day was very busy, from the
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The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) is pleased to present the routes for the road races and time trials at the 2020 UCI Road World Championships which will take place in Imola, Emlia-Romagna, in the north-east of Italy, from 24 to 27 September. As announced on 2 September, shortly after the cancellation of the UCI Worlds in Aigle-Martigny (Switzerland), Italy will host an event for the Elite categories, with a road race and a time trial
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MEXICO CITY (September 10, 2020) – Panam Sports informs that the Court of Arbitration for Sport has issued its decision in the case CAS 2019 / A / 6637 Njisane Phillip v. Panam Sports of July 8, 2020, which confirms the decision of the Ad Hoc Disciplinary Commission of Panam Sports, of November 15, 2019. The decision of the Ad Hoc Disciplinary Commission of Panam Sports confirmed by the CAS stated the following: That the
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On a climb so steep that it required the riders themselves to push each other to keep going, Canadian Michael Woods took victory on Wednesday in the third stage of the Tirreno-Adriatico and seized the overall lead. Woods, who will team up with four-time Tour de France champion Chris Froome on the Israel Start-Up Nation team next season, was the strongest on the climb up Muro di Poggio Murella that preceded the final climb at
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The USA Cyclist Lauren Stephens won the 18th edition of the Ardeche Women’s Tour on Wednesday, after the seventh and last stage contested over 98.6 kilometers between Savasse and Beauchastel, won by Australian Chloé Hosking. Stephens, who had snatched the lead from the Spanish Mavi García Cañellas on Monday, who finished second overall, succeeds the Dutch Marianne Vos. Final General Classification 1. Lauren Stephens (USA / TIB) the 835.6 km in 11:46:50 PM. 2. Mavi
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