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CARACAS. Venezuelan cyclist Jimmy Briceño (Alexander’s Investments) has been awarded the 54th edition of the Vuelta al Táchira by bike in his country after maintaining the lead in the eighth and final stage, a day of 115.2 kilometers played at the Santos circuit Rafael Bermúdez. Briceño, who faced the last day with 53 seconds of income on his most direct rival, had no opposition to finish at most something on the podium of the tachirense
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CHRIST REY, VENEZUELA. Venezuelan cyclist Luis Mora (Bolivarian Government of Carabobo) has won the seventh and penultimate stage of the 54th edition of the Vuelta al Táchira en Bicicleta, a day of 112.3 kilometers disputed on Thursday between the Venezuelan town of Ureña -and the height of Cerro Cristo Rey. With a time of 3 hours, 12 minutes and 16 seconds, Mora prevailed in the arrival to the Cerro Cristo Rey in front of his
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SAN CRISTÓBAL, VENEZUELA. Jimmy Briceño (Inversiones Alexander’s), conquered the sixth stage of the Vuelta Grande de América, crossing the finish line in Cordero, Andrés Bello municipality with a time of 4:26:55 hours, placing second in the general classification to 23 seconds of the leader Ronald González del Deportivo Táchira. The sixth day began with a circuit of two circuits on the freeway of La Fría, where the competitors implemented a strong pedaling, in a chapter
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MADRID. The International Cycling Union (UCI) has announced on Wednesday that it will ban the use of the analgesic Tramadol as of March 1 in all disciplines. The first violation will be resolved with a fine of 5,000 Swiss francs and the second with a five-month suspension. If there is a third, the penalty would go up to nine months. If two runners of the same team test positive for Tramadol in a period of
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LA GRITA, VENEZUELA. Venezuelan cyclist Ronald Gonzalez (Deportivo Tachira-JHS) went on to lead the 54th edition of the Vuelta al Táchira after winning the fifth stage, a 169.5-kilometer race held on Tuesday between the Venezuelan towns of Santa Cruz de Mora and La Grita. After 4 hours, 47 minutes and 27 seconds of stage, Gonzalez won solo on the arrival at La Grita, where he outstripped his compatriots Manuel Medina (Deportivo Tachira-JHS) and Orluis Aular
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MADRID. This 15th day will start the 2019 season in the UCI World Tour. The great figures of the cyclist peloton will be measured in some of the most demanding road cycling events with the most calendar history. So that you do not miss any of the best cycling in As we bring you the UCI World Tour 2019 calendar with the main appointments of the calendar. (as.com) JANUARY. Santos Tour Down Under (January 15-20)
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SANTA CRUZ DE MORA, VENEZUELA. Venezuelan cyclist Yonathan Monsalve, of the Venezuela País de Futuro team, has worn the leader’s jersey of the 54th edition of the Vuelta al Táchira by bicycle after prevailing on Monday in the fourth stage, a day of 146.9 kilometers played between the localities of San Felix and Santa Cruz de Mora. With a time of 3 hours, 22 minutes and 14 seconds, Monsalve won ahead of Carlos Torres (Dvo
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CARACAS. Venezuelan cyclist Orluis Aular (Governor of Miranda) has won the third stage of the 54th edition of the Vuelta al Táchira en Bicicleta, a 132.2-kilometer race held Sunday between the Venezuelan towns of San Cristóbal and Táriba. With a time of 3 hours, 16 minutes and 29 seconds, Aular won the sprint on arrival in Táriba, where he beat Ralph Monsalve (Venenuela País de Futuro) and Norberto Vilchez (Betplay), second and third respectively. “I
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CARACAS. Venezuelan cyclist Jonathan Salinas of the Táchira Lottery team, was awarded the second stage of the Vuelta Al Táchira, which had a route of 144.3 kilometers between San Cristóbal and arrival in Borotá. Salinas thus emerged to the conquest of the title that it achieved in 2017. The day allowed to see the first great selection of runners and teams that will fight for the final title, especially as appreciated in the last 10
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CARACAS. The Italian cyclist Marco Benfatto (Androni Giocattoli-Sidermec) has put on the first leader’s jersey of the 54th edition of the Vuelta al Táchira en Bicicleta after winning the first stage, a day of 124.8 kilometers with start in the locality of Bramón and goal in the city of Rubio. In the final urban circuit of Rubio, Benfatto was the fastest and won the sprint ahead of local Orluis Aular (Gov. Miranda-Trek) and Isaac Simón
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