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One of the most anticipated duels (with good physical conditions) in the 2022 cycling season is Egan Bernal vs Tadej Pogacar, both with two great laps in their record and with youth as the main letter of introduction added to Primoz Roglic in third instance as an older and more established cyclist. The fact is that the Italian newspaper ‘La Gazzetta dello Sport’ has leaked what many fans expected. The first duel of 2022 between
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He came up the unforgiving mountain and with surprises. The local Eduin Becerra (Ángels Hernández Foundation) won the Tour of Táchira fifth, on a 101.4-kilometer route starting in La Tendida and arriving in La Grita, while Juan Alcides Espinel (JB-Calzado Power-Arroz Zulia ) kept the leader jersey in the Andean tour. Behind Becerra came last year’s champion Roniel Campos (Deportivo Táchira-JHS) while the third seat of the day went to the runner-up of the Tour
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Colombians Erika Botero and Katherine Montoya are ready to start the 2022 cycling season with the Spanish team Zaaf Women’s Cycling Team, after their successes with the professional team Colnago CM Team. The Iberian team shared this Wednesday on social networks a photo of the contracts with the new colors with which it will compete during the season, which is about to start. Among the most striking signings of the continental squad for this campaign,
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The Colombian Marco Suesca won the fourth stage of the 57th edition of the Tour of Táchira, and his teammate Kevin Cano escorted him to the finish line in Plaza Bolívar de Mérida, where Didier Merchán (Drone Hopper-Androni) was the third seat, in which constituted half of the route of the Andean race. Suesca, representative of the Orgullo Paisa Idea Indeportes Antioquia, crossed the finish line in 2 hours, 45 minutes and 27 seconds; starting
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The 2022 Pan American Road and Track Para-cycling Championship will take place from March 16 to 20 in Maringá, Brazil, and will be a historic event, as it is the first Para-cycling continental event in the Americas. This event will award points as a continental event in the UCI world ranking and its points will also be added to the qualification points of the participants for the Parapan American Games in Santiago de Chile 2023
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The sprinter Xavier Quevedo reported the first Venezuelan victory in the 57th edition of the Tour of Táchira by bicycle, after crossing first, ahead of his compatriot Daniel Abreu and the Colombian Juan Espinel, at the end of the third stage, a section of 131.8 kilometers between Socopó (circuit) and Barinitas, which resulted in a change of leadership in the general classification. Quevedo took advantage of a field that he knows very well, since his
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On a rainy and very eventful day, Dusan Rajovic (Team Corratec) took revenge and won the second stage of the Tour of Táchira, which included a total route of 149.9 kilometers starting at Hacienda Los Almendros and ending at Plaza from Ciudad Bolivia in the state of Barinas. The Serbian entered the finish line in first place after beating Colombian Johan Colón (Orgullo Paisa), Venezuelan Xavier Quevedo (Venezuela País Futuro) and Puerto Rican Ricky Morales
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Colombian cyclist Johan Colón became the first leader of the Tour of Táchira 2022, after winning the final sprint of the inaugural stage, played on a circuit between Táriba and San Cristóbal over 13.9 kilometers. Colón, an accomplished sprinter who accumulates victories in the main events of the Colombian calendar, had more than enough in a final package in which, with his exceptional effort, he beat Serbian Dusan Rajovic (Corratec) and Venezuelan Xavier Quevedo (Venezuela
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The international cycling season will begin in the last days of January and the main figures are preparing to achieve their goals with the three Grand Tours in sight. Despite the fact that the Giro d’Italia, the first major of the year, will start on May 6 and before that there is another series of races that could cause crashes, injuries or changes to the calendars, the teams outline their leaders for the Giro, Tour
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With the presence of 36 Colombian riders, the 57th edition of the Tour of Táchira will take place. Pending official confirmation by the organization, the Colombian representation will be the third largest in the last five years. The largest presence of ‘beetles’ in the last ten years was in 2019 with 42 runners. The Colombian advanced team of the Pro Teams is led by Drone Hopper-Androni, which will include Didier Merchán, Juan Diego Alba and
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