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BOGOTÁ. The XIII International BMX Lights Championship, which takes place from December 6 to 8, at the Antonio Roldán Betancur Challenger track, had its first winners. The elite category, in charge of closing the program on Friday, left as winners the Antioquenos Andrés Arenas and Andrea Escobar. It should be noted that to know the absolute champions, the cumulative of the races of the two days will be added The surprise that left the first
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SAN JOSE. The countdown began for the most important national cycling event of the year, La Vuelta a Costa Rica. There are only 11 days left until the departure flag to fly in Pavas on December 16, thus giving the game to the 54th edition, which will have approximately 110 riders. The squad will be made up of 7 foreign teams and 10 Costa Rican teams; among the 17 squads will roll 9 nationalities, among
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BOGOTÁ. The Colombian National Team will have a new challenge and it is the fourth stop of the Track World Cup, which will be held in London in Great Britain, in competition between the 14th and the 16th of this month. The national squad led by John Jaime Gonzalez will be moving to the venue of the competition next Tuesday. The team, as happened at the Berlin stop, will be made up of Santandereana Martha
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LONDRINA The Freestyle Park BMX World Championship closed the calendar of major events of the International Cycling Union (UCI), which was held in Chengdu, China, last November with the main athletes of today. The Brazilian team was led by the driver Cauan Madona, who finished in 31st place in the general classification. The American Justin Dowell conquered the world title, while the silver medal went to the Costa Rican Fabian Kenneth, followed by the Australian
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CITY OF PANAMA. The president of the Pan-American Cycling Confederation (COPACI), José Manuel Peláez Rodríguez, told RPC Radio that the UCI Seminar that has just ended in Panama City “has been a success, considering that those who gave it are the maximum authorities of the UCI”. In dialogue with RPC Radio, the also vice president of the International Cycling Union (UCI), added that they touched “all aspects related to cycling; but in the case of
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HAVANA. On Wednesday, the tour of the 14th edition of the Tour of California, in the United States, was made official, running from May 12 to 18, 2019. The participants in the strong cycling competition will travel a little over 750 kilometers in seven scheduled stages between Sacramento and Pasadena. BOGOTÁ. This Wednesday the tour of the 14th edition of the Tour of California was presented to take place between May 12 and 18, 2019.
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BUENOS AIRES. The governor of San Juan, Sergio Uñac, led the official presentation of the 37th edition of the emblematic Vuelta a San Juan, in its third international presentation. The event was held in Buenos Aires and featured an artistic show, the exhibition of a video that showed landscapes of San Juan and the warmth of its people and the welcoming words of Mario Daniel Sabato, Argentine journalist and chain cycling reporter ESPN. The Vuelta
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HAVANA. The president of the Cycling Union of the Argentine Republic, Gabriel Curuchet, supported the proposal of Colombia in the Seminar of the International Cycling Union, which takes place in Panama, that the Governor of the province of San Juan, Sergio Uñac, presides over honored the South American Union of Cycling. The newspaper El Sol de San Juan points out that Sergio Uñac, accompanied by the Secretary of Sports, Jorge Eduardo Chica, made the presentation
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BOGOTÁ. A luxury squad announces the organization of the 54th edition of the Tour of Costa Rica to be played between December 16 and 25. TCBY Bicycles Strongman Coldeportes will be one of the teams that will be in contention for the title. The Colombian squad led by coach Luis Alfonso Cely will start Aristobulo Cala, Oscar Quiroz, Brayan Hernandez, Jonathan Cañaveral, William Muñoz, Diego Cano and Jeferson Pérez. There are seven foreign teams that
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CITY OF PANAMA. By an initiative of the Pan-American Cycling Confederation, the International Cycling Union (UCI) has organized a seminar here for the federations of America, with a concurrence of 34 presidents of the 43 members of COPACI in the Americas. Topics such as Olympic solidarity, relations between federations and national Olympic committees, are also treated, while there will be space for all modalities of cycling (Route, Track, MTB, BMX, Freestyle and Cyclocross), in order
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