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Yesterday the first stage of the 2021 Peace Tour was run, with a 110-kilometer route, on a circuit between Escuintla and Puerto San José, which was won by American John Borstelmann, from the Voler Factory team. The North American won with a time of 2 hours and 30 minutes, taking 6 seconds ahead of his closest pursuer, Cristian Cubides, from Hino-One-La Red and 9 seconds ahead of José Canastuj, from Ópticas Deluxe. Amílcar Méndez, from
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Colombian BMX had a brilliant weekend with good omens for the big goals of the season. The legion of national pilots collected a total of 20 medals (10 golds, 6 silvers and 4 bronzes) at the Citrus Classic Nationals, an event organized in Sarasota, United States. Mariana Pajón led the sequence of triumphs and the Colombian dominance on the American track, which enjoyed the great competitive level of the two-time Olympic champion, as well as
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The 2021 edition of the Tour is organized by the Amancio Samuel Villatoro Foundation and its sponsors, and from February 3 to 7 it will tour different departments of the country, with the participation of 6 international teams and 12 Guatemalans, all elite. The 2021 Fair Peace Tour will pass through the departments of Escuintla, Chimaltenango, Jalapa, Chiquimula and Guatemala. Stages 1. Escuintla-Puerto San José-Masagua-Escuintla 110 kilometers 2. Patzicía-straight-circuit Libramiento-Patzicía 129 kilometers 3. Guatemala-Jalapa 74
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The Ministry of Public Health approved the protocols for the 42nd edition of the National Independence Cycling Tour, after a meeting held with members of the executive committee of the Dominican Cycling Federation. This was expressed by Jorge Blas Díaz, president of Fedoci, who led the meeting with the Minister of Public Health, Plutarco Arias to define the aspects of the protocols that will govern the traditional Dominican contest. During the event, Arias proceeded to
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The Antigua and Barbuda Cycling Federation hosted its season opener hosted by the Wadadli Cycling Academy. The dubbing of the race as the ABCF Inaugural Season Circuit Race began after 3pm with more than 25 riders. The race was dominated by the Terminix team as the club led from start to finish. The Elite riders had 4 intermediate prizes, every 5 laps, the first prize was captured by Jeffery Kelsick, followed by Rene Gayral and
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This Saturday, January 23, the Santiago 2023 Pan American and Parapan American Games celebrate that there are 1000 days away from the execution of the largest multisport event that Chile has organized in its history. The event that will take place between October and November 2023, will receive more than 8 thousand athletes from 41 countries, who will leave everything on the tracks, field and fields to show that they are the best in America.
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The native cyclist of Yaracuy, Roniel Campos (Atlético Venezuela) managed to revalidate his title of champion of the Vuelta al Táchira by bicycle after winning this Sunday the 56th edition of the Andean tour by confirming his leadership in the eighth and last stage, won by the Swiss Simon Pellaud. Campos, who collected victories in the second, third and fifth stages, signed a total time of 23 hours, 36 minutes and 14 seconds in the
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Anderson Paredes (Best PC Ecuador) took the victory this Friday in the sixth stage of the Vuelta al Táchira ending at the Casa del Padre. The Venezuelan runner took advantage of the wide difference built by the day’s break, to launch himself for the victory that he finally reached at the finish line. Roniel Campos (Atlético Venezuela) continues to lead two days from the end. Paredes, who was part of the group of escapees of
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Cycling Canada is pleased to announce that Scott Kelly will be joining the organization in the newly created role of Chief Sport Officer (CSO). The CSO will be an integral part of Cycling Canada’s senior management team with overall responsibility for leading all elements of Cycling Canada’s sport programming, ensuring seamless progression from development levels through national team programs in alignment with the organization’s long-term strategic plan. Working in close collaboration with High Performance Director
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The Uruguayan Cycling Federation begins the Official Opening Competition 2021, begins with the test in Thirty-Three in Sub 23 and elite categories (men) Below is the statement of the Federation and the stipulated Protocol: Sunday, January 24, 2021 Junior, sub 23 and elite categories (Gentlemen) Organized by: Uruguayan Cycling Federation Supervised by: Uruguayan College of Cycling Judges With the collaboration of: Cycling Federation of Treinta y Tres and Cycling Federation of Cerro Largo Supported by:
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