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Byron Guamá from Best PC Toscana, obtained the first place in the second stage of  Vuelta Ciclística of the Ecuador.  The tour arrived in Santo Domingo in a day of intense battles with the leadership. The experienced rider achieved a time of 3 hours, 22 minutes and 1 second. Also on the podium were Jimmy Montenegro, in second place, and Richard Huera. Both from the Ecuadorian team. Cristian Toro, winner of the first stage, remains
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This Sunday the San Juan Villicum Circuit was the sporting epicenter of the second date of the cycling season in the province of San Juan, Argentina, which once again had a successful organization. Under a radiant sun that added a very special seasoning to the competition, the triumphant glory remained for Marcos León Rodríguez. The pedal rider that is part of the Construcciones Ureña team became strong at the finish line when the Municipality of
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Panamanian riders Alex Strah and Franklin Archibold crowned the escape they starred in in the Individual Route test of the Central American Championship held in Chiriquí, and gave their country the Gold and Silver medals in the Elite category and with them conquer all the titles of the maximum class in dispute, since yesterday they had also achieved 1-2 in the timed test. The representative of Guatemala Dorian Monterroso won the Bronze medal for his
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The Costa Rican women’s national team won the full podium in the Individual Route event of the II Central American Championship of the specialty, which is held in the city of David, capital of the western province of Chiriquí in the Republic of Panama. The “ticas” Milagros Mena, María José Vargas and Marcela Rubiano, in that order, completed the 100.8 kilometer route, on the 12.6 KM circuit that began and ended at the Federal Mall,
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The national women’s route selector, Javier Bonilla, defined the call for the Central American Road Championship in Chiriquí, Panama. The Central American Road Championship will be held on November 21 and 22 on Panamanian soil. Costa Rica arrives at this Central American with the objective of repeating what was achieved in 2019 in Managua, where our country achieved 1,2 and 3 with María José Vargas, Natalia Navarro and Marcela Rubiano in the road test. While,
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The Guatemalan Cycling Federation informed the National Team that will compete in the second edition of the Central American Road Championship to be held in the City of David, Chiriquí, Panama on November 21 and 22, 2020. It will seek to play a great role, like the previous year, where Manuel Rodas won the road and individual time trial. The team is made up of the current champion of the Tour of Guatemala 2020, Mardoqueo
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SANTO DOMINGO. – The Central American and Caribbean Sports Organization (Centro Caribe Sports) has received a request from two cities to host the XXIV Central American and Caribbean Games in 2022. The information was released by Luis Mejia (DOM), President of the regional sports organism, this Monday, November 16. Centro Caribe Sports received until the 15th of this month, the deadline, the applications from the cities of Mayaguez, Puerto Rico and San Salvador, El Salvador, with
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Nelson Soto (Colombia Tierra de Atletas-GW) surprised the big favorites for the title of the event and took a great victory this Sunday in the third stage of the Vuelta a Colombia, Sutatenza and Guasca over a distance of 144 kilometers. The skilled Barranquilla sprinter, anticipated his rivals, to enter the main park of the Guasca municipality alone to celebrate a great victory alone under the persistent rain that accompanied the cycling caravan in the
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The Venezuelan Cycling Federation governing body of this sport in the sister country, has announced through its president Eliezer Rojas, that despite all the difficulties caused by the Covid-19 pandemic that have made it impossible to carry out this edition 57 as part of the América Tour circuit due to the restrictive, confinement and quarantine measures required by governments and public health entities, it will be developed as a national stage race. In the announcement
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Bernardo Suaza (SuperGiros Alcaldía de Manizales) was left with a great victory in the first stage of the Vuelta a Colombia, which was completed this Friday with an intense 161-kilometer circuit in Villa de Leyva and is the first leader of the test that started successfully in Boyacá territory. The winner was defined in the final two kilometers, a distance chosen by Juan Pablo Suárez (EPM Scott) to launch a strong attack, with the intention
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