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LIMA. Bolivian cyclist Juan Cotumba (Pio Rico) was awarded to the sprint the I Stage La Merced – Oxapampa – La Merced of the XII Cycling Tour of Peru, disputed today and organized by the Provincial Municipality of Lima, with a time without bonus of 3h 56 ’30 ”. The Symbolic Departure was held in the Plaza de Armas of La Merced with the presence of the Provincial Mayor of Chanchamayo, Mr. Eduardo Mariño Arquiñigo
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This October 17 the Copaci Bulletin is birthday. Today exactly 13 years ago that first digital edition circulated, which barely came into view of a few states in the Americas and then grew to this day. The birth of the Copaci Bulletin came from the idea of ​​the president of COPACI, José Manuel Peláez, which this writer immediately made his own, perhaps without even imagining that this modest official publication of the entity would last
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BOGOTÁ. The profile of the paths of the 107th edition of the Tour de France once again emphasizes the mountain, and unlike the great laps of recent years, the time trial will be a decisive factor but not precisely a long and flat stretch for specialists. The design of the 36 kilometers of the penultimate stage will decide the title in favor of the world’s most experienced climbers in the Planche des Belles Filles. The
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GUATEMALA CITY. The government authorities decided to declare “Intangible Cultural Heritage of the Nation” the event that every year receives the best cyclists in the country and America. Through Ministerial Agreement 373-2019 of the Ministry of Culture and Sports, it was decreed that “the Cycling Tour of Guatemala” is hereinafter Intangible Cultural Heritage of the Nation. This afternoon the protocol act is carried out, with the presence of the corresponding authorities. The Agreement emphasizes that
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The Career Technical Guide of the Caribbean Championship of the Havana Road 2019 is already available in the Calendar and Results section of our website. You can also access directly through the link: Campeonato del Caribe / Caribbean Championship / Championnat des Caraïbes / Ruta – Road – Route
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BOGOTÁ. Buenas noticias para la Vuelta a Colombia, luego de conocerse que la Unión Ciclística Internacional le otorgó nuevamente el rango de categoría 2.2 a partir de 2020, retornando al calendario UCI América Tour, tal como sucede con las vueltas a Guatemala, Costa Rica, Uruguay y Chiloe, esta última disputada en suelo chileno. De esta manera, la tradicional carrera recupera su sitial de honor, luego de haber perdido dicho escalafón con la creación del Tour
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CITY OF PANAMA. The Uruguayan cyclist, Fabricio Ferrari, was the winner of the Panama TRour 2019, whose seventh and final stage was run this Sunday. Ferrari, who participated with the Rali Stori team, assured in the stage the leadership he obtained on Saturday after displacing Albeiro Sauza, who began the general classification of the event from the first fraction. The Colombian Stiver Ortiz (Rali Claro), culminated in the second place of the general classification with
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BOGOTÁ. The 2012 London and Rio 2016 Olympic medalists, Mariana Pajón and Carlos Ramírez, participated Thursday as UCI guests in the BMX test event corresponding to the upcoming Olympic Games, the Tokyo 2020 Test Event-Olympic BMX Course. Mariana Pajón disputed the grand finale and participated with quality and enthusiasm of the UCI organizational, technical and logistic equipment of the event that will take place in just under 300 days in the Japanese capital. In the
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CITY OF PANAMA. Panamanian Christopher Jurado, who represented the Aeronaval Service in the Tour de Panama, won the sixth round victory in this cycling competition, on Saturday, October 12. Jury timed a time of 2 hours with 11 minutes and 21 seconds, in the race that left the police station of Chilibe in Transistmica, in the direction of Cuatro Altos in Colón, up to two kilometers after the Atlantic Bridge, on the way to Costa
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CHICÁ, PANAMA. Fabricio Ferrari won the fifth stage of the Tour de Panama, considered the Reyna stage, for the terrain with many ascents. In the second place, arrived, Joseph Caballero, of the Aircraft; and thirdly, Franklin Archibold, who defends the colors of Team Ininco. The heavy rain accompanied the cyclists until they reached the finish site, in Chicá, where the Rali-Store representative timed two hours, 52 minutes and 43 seconds; followed by Caballero and Archibold,
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