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British rider Alex Dowsett will attempt to break the International Cycling Union time record on November 3 at the Bicentennial velodrome in Aguascalientes, Mexico. “I want to see what I am capable of, it is an event that I really like and I feel privileged to have a new opportunity to do it,” said Dowsett in a statement released by the UCI. The Israel Start-Up Nation team rider had to postpone the time record attempt
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The meeting of the Management Committee of the Pan American Cycling Confederation (COPACI) agreed in its last meeting on October 9, to celebrate the 100 years of the governing body of cycling in America in the city of Punta del Este, Uruguay, as part of the Pan American Road Championship, from April 21 to 24 of next year. At the meeting, held virtually, the President of COPACI, José Peláez, recalled that 2022 will be the
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Canadian Esta Bovill with gold and silver was the most prominent figure in America in the 2021 UCI Gran Fondo World Championship, held from October 5 to 10, in East Sarajevo, in Bosnia and Herzegovina, where we won two more subtitles by Canadian cyclists and Americans. Bovill won the Gran Fondo route (100 km) in the 45-49 age category, with a time of 3:51:43 hours and an average speed of 25,894 km / h; while
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The 2021 Tour of Boyacá closed this Sunday with two names at the top of the podium: Camila Valbuena and Jeisson Casallas, who finished first and second, respectively, in the fifth segment of the race. After five days of competition, Camila Valbuena, was consecrated in Fishing and obtained a fought title in the contest, after defeating the triple champion Ana Cristina Sanabria. “I’m really very happy because things finally start to give us after difficult
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The first Caribbean Games have been officially moved from 2021 to 2022, in Guadeloupe, due to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, and their organizers insist that they will be held every four years and will feature athletes under 23 years of age, of all ages. countries in the region. The competition was scheduled to take place from June 30 to July 4, 2021, just a few weeks before the Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan,
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One of the most anticipated stages in the Vuelta a Boyacá, the individual time trial, had the stamp of Ana Milena Fagua and Wilson Peña, winners with superb demonstrations on their bicycles; while Camila Valbuena rose to the top of the general classification, while Jeisson Casallas reinforced the leadership. Ana Milena Fagua ended the hegemony of Colombia Tierra de Atletas GW Shimano in the Vuelta a Boyacá Femenina 2021. The Boyacá rider won Sutatenza in
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Cuban cyclist Arlenis Sierra has signed for two years (2022-2023) with the prestigious Movistar club, from Spain, one of the nine with the highest category of the elite UCI Women’s World Team. “As in previous years I had again several proposals from different teams, but the one that interested me the most was that of Movistar because it offers me many possibilities to continue developing,” the 28-year-old Manzanillera exclusively stated. «It is a big enough
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Aldemar Reyes
In a highly contested final, Aldemar Reyes (EPM-Scott) won the second stage of the Vuelta a Boyacá starting in Santa María and finishing in Garagoa, of 83 kilometers; while among the ladies the happiest of all was Yenifer Ducuara, winning from the escape and after 42 kilometers of hard Aldemar, runner from Ramiriquí, was the fastest among the small group of runners who played the victory, signing a well-deserved victory with a time of 02’07:
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Given the changes generated by the biosecurity restrictions by Covid-19 in Panama, the date for the first edition of the Central American MTB Championship, XCO modality, is postponed to December, according to the Panamanian Cycling Federation. The mountaineering cycle event was scheduled to take place between October 8 and 10, 2021, at the Gamboa Bike Park track, in the province of Colón. It has now been rescheduled for December 10, 11 and 12, on the
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The 23-year-old young cyclist, Anet Barrera, a member of the 100% Mexican team Patobike BMC, announced that for the 2022 season she is joining the American continental team DNA, where she will be competing in important races, mainly in the United States and Canada. . Anet she is very excited because she will have another forum where she will show and exploit her cycling qualities alongside very fast and experienced riders. She will follow her
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