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Cycling Canada has selected the 10 road athletes who will represent Canada at the 2020 UCI Road World Championships in Imola, Italy, set to take place on September 24-27. Due to the global health situation, the championships were moved from their original location in Aigle-Martigny, Switzerland, to Italy, and will only include road and time trial events for Elite women and men. The men’s road race selection is headlined by 2018 World’s bronze medalist Mike
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USA Cycling announced today the athletes who will represent the United States in the Elite Men’s and Women’s Time Trial and Road Race at the 2020 UCI Road World Championships that will take place in Imola, Italy on September 24-27, 2020. The competition formatting has been adapted due to the current state of the global pandemic. The only races that will be contested this year are the Elite Men’s and Women’s Time Trial and Road Race. The
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This Sunday ended the National Road Cycling Championship convened and organized by the Mexican Cycling Federation, with the support of the Government of Aguascalientes. It is the first federated competition to be held in Mexico, in the coronavirus pandemic that to date maintains the risks of contagion at the national level in Orange or Red Traffic, and has caused the death of more than 67 thousand people in the country. This Sunday, the state of
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Puerto Rican rider Abner Alejandro González closed his participation in the 2020 Vuelta a Cantabria with a podium (3rd place) in the last stage of the traditional race in that Spanish region that takes place every year. In this 2020 edition, the 19-year-old rider from La Moca, a municipality 132 km away from the capital San Juan, representing the Telco’m -On Clima – Oses team managed to place in 6th place in the General Classification
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The competitions gradually begin again in the country, and this weekend in Aguascalientes the National Cycling Championship is held, in the route modality, and Antonieta Gaxiola was the winner in the elite women’s category. “The great teamwork is what supported me to make this the best day of my life,” said Gaxiola, who competes for the PatoBike BMC team. After more than 60 kilometers of the competition, the attacks began, the longest was in charge
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The Colombian Mariana Pajón returned to official competitions, after 6 months of para, in the BMX European Cup, a test that took place in Verona, Italy between Saturday and Sunday. Pajón rose to the podium by taking second place in both tests. On Saturday, the Colombian had already signed second place in the first valid and this Sunday she repeated second place behind the Dutch Laura Smulders, winner of both rounds. Before the pandemic, Mariana
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After a drought of cycling competitions, the Mexican Cycling Federation restarted activities with the individual Time Trial event, thus starting the National Road Championship in Pabellón de Arteaga, Aguascalientes. The first national champions emerged in youth C, they are Victoria Velasco from Nuevo León and Jorge Peyrot from Baja California Sur, in the sub 23 the podium went to Julita Lledías from Agolíco de Jalisco, who had a strong fight with the team’s Yareli Acevedo
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The Ecuadorian cyclist Johnatan Narváez, from the Ineos-Grenadiers team, achieved this Friday the final victory in the Coppi and Bartali International Week, after the fourth and last stage, of 166.2 kilometers, starting and finishing in the Italian town of Forlì and in which the Dutch Pascal Eenkhoorn (Jumbo-Visma) won.  Narváez, his country’s long-distance road champion in 2017, took the final victory by finishing third, and scoring four bonus seconds, in the final stage, behind the
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The world medalist Ignacio Prado, the Pan American champions, Gerardo Ulloa and Daniela Campuzano, and the continental medalist, Yareli Salazar, are some of the most outstanding riders who will compete this weekend in the National Road Cycling Championship, in Aguascalientes, which starts this Friday and ends on Sunday.  This is the first federated competition to be held in the country, amid the contingencies caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Mexican Cycling Federation (FMC) decided to
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After more than 3 months of total inactivity, the Nicaraguan Cycling Federation culminated this week its National Championships in the Road and Mountain Marathon modalities. The first to compete were the specialists from Contra Reloj en Ruta who met in the municipality of Tipitapa, a locality of Timal Hydraulic that links this city with Malacatoya 37 km from Managua, capital of the country, who opened the new hydraulic concrete highway that connects this city with
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