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SAN JOSE. From the 22nd to the 24th of February the eighteenth edition of the Vuelta Infantil a Costa Rica will take place, which will be based in the canton of Pococí. The competing categories will be male and female pre-child, male and female child and male and female prejuvenile. On Friday at 9 o’clock in the morning, competitive activities will start with an individual time trial. The routes will be between 5 and 16
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HAVANA. The president of the Pan-American Cycling Confederation, José Manuel Peláez, made a warm public announcement to the new Board of Directors of the Paraguayan Cycling Federation, which since last Saturday Mr. Mateo Nicolás Zaldívar Ávalos has presided. ¨We are very happy with the election of the new board of directors of the Paraguayan federation headed by Mr. Mateo Nicolás Zaldívar, to whom we extend our warmest greetings and wishes that he will promote the
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MEDELLÍN. Pascale Schyns was the technical delegate of the International Cycling Union (UCI) for the Tour Colombia 2.1. Schyns warned that if the idea is to raise the prestige of the competition, there is no problem and that it would only be necessary to adjust very small things. “From next year, the HC races will be called ProSeries and, although they will be one step below the World Tour circuit, they will be very close
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In the CALENDAR and RESULTS section of this website are already available the Calls for the Pan-American Mountain Bike Championships (XCO-XCE-XCR) to be held in Aguascalientes. Mexico, as well as the Descent (DHI) to be organized in Villa La Angostura, Neuquén. Argentina. Campeonato Continental / Continental Championship / Championnat Continental / MTB / XCO-XCE-XCR Campeonato Continental / Continental Championship / Championnat Continental / MTB-DHI  
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MONTEVIDEO. The stage race Rutas de América, considered one of the most important cycling competitions in Uruguay, will celebrate its first female version in March in the framework of its 48th edition, officials said on Monday during its launch. The female race, unprecedented for the cycling competition that takes place every year in the carnival week of the southern country, will have three stages and will end in Montevideo on the same day as its
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HAVANA. The rounds 1 and 2 of the Latin American BMX Cup took place this weekend in Quito, Ecuador, with the presence of 317 runners, who staged an attractive event for all attendees. In the information of Germain Pérez Barra, Director of the South Zone of the COPABI, it is specified that the contest was directed by the International UCI Commissioner, Jhon Pingol, and was attended by the president of the Ecuadorian Cycling Federation, Engineer
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BOGOTÁ. The Tour Colombia 2.1 fell on Sunday the curtain of its second edition with a stage that had everything to decide and in which the mountain put each runner in place with the ascent to Alto de Las Palmas, where the Colombian Nairo Quintana won (Movistar) and his compatriot Miguel Ángel López (Astana) was crowned champion. The sixth and last stage was held over a route of 173.8 kilometers that began in the town
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BOGOTÁ. The Luxembourgian cyclist Bob Jungels (Deceuninck-Quick Step) assaulted the leadership of the Tour Colombia 2.1 to get the victory in the fourth stage, a day of transition and 144 kilometers disputed this Friday with departure and arrival in the city of Medellin. The Deceuninck-Quick Step rider took the lead from Colombian Rigoberto Urán (Education First), who fell to third place. Jungels, the first Luxemburgish to win in Colombia, disarmed the sprint with an attack
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HAVANA. The VI National Classic Road Cycling was postponed for the month of March (7 to 17), but several of the teams planned for that fight will animate the rescued La Farola Award, from this Friday until February 18 with a tour of four stages. The Classic will not be released on February 21, as was originally planned, informed national commissioner Pablo Arturo Campins. «The coincidence with the constitutional referendum of February 24 was analyzed.
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BOGOTÁ. Colombian rider Rigoberto Urán, of the EF Educartion First team, regained the leadership of the Tour Colombia 2.1 on Thursday at the end of the third stage, held in Llanogrande, in a rural area of ​​Rionegro, department of Antioquia, which won the sprinter Juan Sebastián Molano (UAE Emirates). Molano, who follows in the footsteps of his countrymen Fernando Gaviria (UAE Emirates) and Álvaro Hodeg (Deceuninck-Quick Step), stopped the clock in 3 hours, 42 minutes
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