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PENONOMÉ, PANAMA. The Spanish cyclist Fernando Grijalba, who defends the colors of Rali Store, won yesterday the fourth stage of the fifteenth edition of the Tour de Panama. On a journey of 126 kilometers, from Guararé (Los Santos) to Penonomé (Coclé), Grijalba carried out a time of two hours, 58 minutes and 55 seconds to lead the fourth phase of the open at will. On the other hand, Adrián Orcel, representative of the selection of
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CASTRO, CHILE. What was an open secret was confirmed during this day. The International Cycling Union (UCI) included in its 2020 calendar the Vuelta a Chiloé (2.2) and the Patagonia Grand Prix (1.2), reaffirming its interest in the development of cycling in the region. “We are proud that these two events put Chile in the eyes of everyone. Chiloé is not only a tourist and cultural destination, but also the organizer of international sports events
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HAVANA. The 2019 Caribbean Road Cycling Championship will be in Havana, from October 31 to November 3, the Pan American Confederation of Cycling announced on its page on the social network Facebook. The event will be Class 1. 2 of the International Cycling Union and riders will participate in the elite category and sub 23 years of both sexes, the competition is on calendar available on the official website of the entity, although it has
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GUARARÉ, PANAMA. Carlos Samudio of the Rali Claro team with a time of two hours 10 minutes 38 seconds wins the third stage with a journey of 102 kilometers and an average speed of 46.1 kilometers per hour, a stage where the platoon remained compact during the entire tour of the stage that started from Spiegel de Santiago culminating on the road to the port of Guararé, the second place went to Carlos Brenes of
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CITY OF PANAMA. A total of 95 riders make up the platoon that will be traveling 102 kilometers on Wednesday, between the areas of Santiago-Divisa-Parita-Chitré and Puerto de Guararé in the province of Los Santos. Kendric Clavier, of the Guadalupe team, had enough strength to finish off and win the second stage of the 2019 Panama Tour; while the Colombian Albeiro Suaza, of the Rali-Claro team, continues as leader. International cyclists include Daniel Bonilla, current
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BOGOTÁ. Le spectacle Colombia Tour 2.1, qui en est à sa troisième édition, visitera les départements de Boyacá, Cundinamarca et de la capitale Bogotá, en commémoration de 200 ans d’indépendance nationale. Le haut plateau de Cundiboyacense, haut lieu de référence dans l’histoire du cyclisme colombien, sera l’épicentre de l’événement qui, en deux saisons seulement, a réussi à captiver les meilleurs cyclistes et équipes du monde. En 2018, l’axe du café et la Valle del Cauca
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BOGOTÁ. The Colombia Tour 2.1 show in its third edition will tour the departments of Boyacá, Cundinamarca and the capital Bogotá, in commemoration of 200 years of national independence. The cundiboyacense high plateau, a hotbed of reference in the history of Colombian cycling, will be the epicenter of the event that in only two seasons has managed to captivate the best cyclists and teams in the world. In 2018, the Coffee Axis and the Valle
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GUATEMALA CITY. Walter Escobar (Decorabaños de Quetzaltenango) became champion of the Prevuelta Classic 2019, after taking advantage from the beginning of the slope to the mountain prize in Santa María De Jesús, also conquering the mountain in Zunil, taking the stage with honors Queen and the championship with 4 hours, 39 minutes and 57 seconds. The stage started from the municipality of Samayac, marking a leak that starred Dorian Monterroso and Santos Crispín Ajpacajá from
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MADRID. The twelve candidates for Vélo D’Or are already known, known as the prize for the best cyclist of the year. The French magazine delivers this distinction at the end of each season, and this time it will be next Tuesday, October 15, coinciding with the presentation of the Tour de France 2020 tour. The prize, which has been awarded since 1992, is similar to what happens in football with France Football magazine. The current
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QUITO Ecuador was left without the XXXVI Cycling Tour because the demonstrations are maintained, which broke out following the elimination of the fuel subsidy, said Oswaldo Hidalgo, president of the Ecuadorian Cycling Federation (FEC), on Sunday. “Unfortunately the events already announced for next week (more protests), lead us to make this decision to suspend the Tour,” Hildago told Efe. The manager said that he planned to start the Vuelta with the dispute of the fourth
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