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HAVANA. The First Central American Road Cycling Championship begins today its competitive program in Managua, Nicaragua, with the presence of cyclists representing Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Costa Rica, Panama and the host country. Organized by the Nicaraguan Cycling Federation, the event has the approval of the Pan-American Cycling Confederation (COPACI), whose president José Manuel Peláez, is among the directors invited to the event. (Copaci Press)
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MONTEVIDEO. Argentinian cyclist Nicolás Naranjo (Virgen de Fátima) has donned the first leader’s jersey of the 76th edition of the Vuelta Ciclista del Uruguay after winning this first stage of 156 kilometers between Cuidad del Plata and Colonia. With a time of 3 hours, 35 minutes and 33 seconds, Naranjo won the sprint on arrival in Cologne, where he beat his compatriots Héctor Lucero (Municipality of Pocito) and Nicolás Tivani (Virgen De Fátima), second and
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HAVANA. Six women and the same number of men will attend with the main objective of obtaining points in the elite category for the Olympic qualification towards Japan 2020, Pablo Campins, national commissioner, told JIT. They also continue their preparation for the rest of the preselection from which the team will go to the Pan American Games in Lima 2019, as well as those who will take part before in the Tour of Martinique for
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BOGOTÁ. El italiano, seleccionador nacional designado por Coldeportes en consenso con la Federación Colombiana de Ciclismo para regir los destinos del medio fondo, ya se encuentra en Medellín con el primer grupo de convocados para abrir el nuevo proceso competitivo, que tendrá como primer objetivo el Torneo Internacional de pista, del 29 al 30 de abril, en Cali. Valoppi, quien trabajará en conjunto con Jhon Jaime González, especialista en la formación y dirección de velocistas,
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MONTEVIDEO. The Vuelta Ciclista del Uruguay, the oldest stage race in South America, will be launched this Friday in its 76th edition with a new route that this year will go “from one end of the country to the other”, as its march says , literally, and that will have several attractions that will mark the outcome of the competition. In the presentation of the competition, Federico Moreira, the president of the Uruguayan Cycling Federation
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HAVANA. La Clásica La Habana del Sur is one of the most emblematic races of Cuban master cycling. This year, 2019, the XII edition will be held on April 28. This is an event that changes the layout every year, but guarantees a circuit where the average mountain is the protagonist. La Clásica La Habana del Sur is one of the six races that can be scored to define the National Master Cycling Champion of
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PRINCE PORT. The Haitian Cycling Federation welcomes the work it has done for the advancement of cycling in the country. At the request of the Ministry of Sports of Haiti, for the second time there will be a team from the country in the Pan-American Road Championship in the City of Pachuca de Soto, in Hidalgo, Mexico, from April 29 to May 5 next. The participation of the Haitian team in the continental event will
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BOGOTÁ. For the first time in its history, a Colombian team attended an international event of the new Olympic modality, BMX Freestyle, a sport that mixes acrobatics and aesthetics on ramps designed to meet high standards of the show for the athlete and the public. The Colombian delegation disputed the II stop of the World Cup of the United States in Cary, North Carolina. BMX Freestyle debuted in the Olympic program at the Youth Olympic
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QUITO The cyclists Byron Guamá, Santiago Montenegro, Benjamín Quinteros, Steven Haro, Martín López and Lenín Montenegro, members of the Movistar Team Ecuador, will complete a technical checkup arranged by the Ecuadorian Cycling. Today’s event will be attended by cyclists from all over the country and the best will be considered for the team that will participate in the Pan-American Road Cycling, which will be next May in Ixmiquilpan (Hidalgo State, Mexico). The technical check will
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HAVANA. The XXIII Pan American MTB Championship 2019 finished in the Mexican city of Aguascalientes with dominance in the medals of the hosts with a total of 26 medals, divided into 10 gold, 8 silver and the same amount of bronze. Organized by the Pan-American Cycling Federation (FMC), directed by Mr. Edgardo Hernández Chagoya, the contest awarded qualifying points for the Olympic Games of Tokyo 2020 and the Pan American Games of Lima, in Peru,
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