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ZAMORA, MICHOACÁN. The Colombian Oscar Sánchez, of the Canels team, won the first place of the fifth stage of the Vuelta Internacional Ciclista Michoacán, which concluded in Zamora. The fifth and penultimate phase called “Purépecha” of the Vuelta Internacional Michoacán Cyclist 2018 started from the municipality of Uruapan towards the Zamora, with approximately 54 participants who will travel 188.1 kilometers. (www.mimorelia.com) TEN FIRST CLASSIFICATION STAGE 5 (188.1 KM). 1. Oscar Eduardo Sanchez (Canel’s-Specialized) 04:35:38 2.
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HAVANA. This Friday saw the second stage of the International Tour to Michoacán, in which the Mexican Orlando Trinidad Garibay won (Team Tennis-Star) was the winner and went on to command the individual general classification. Trinidad Garibay won in the massive sprint consisting of 25 riders with time of 3 hours, 49 minutes and 25 seconds to overtake Colombians Robigson Oyola and Vladimir López, respectively. This Saturday will run the third segment of 232 kilometers
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HAVANA. The second day of the Panamerican Championship Master Cycling Track and Route 2018, this Wednesday with other finals in the Velodrome of the CNAR of the Mexican capital. (Press Copaci / Humberto Zavala) RESULTS. 200 M H/M D1. 1. Buggenhout, Clythio (BRA) 13.58/13.372 2. Runeda, Heriberto (CHI) 3. Alcantar, Ariel (MEX) 200 M H/M C2. 1. Luna, Anibal (A37 ARG) 12.405 / 12.288 2. Garfias, Gerardo (MEX) 200 M H/M C1. 1. Drascovich, Javier
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HAVANA. The Mexican Brenda Santoyo (Swapit-Agolico) won this Friday in the first stage of the Vuelta Femenina to Costa Rica, in a segment of 86 kilometers, while her compatriot Marcela Prieto and the Colombian Blanca Liliana Moreno (Proyecta-Ingenieros), They were second and third, in that order. Santoyo was the protagonist throughout the journey and also won the mountain prize of the day in which second Colombian Blanca Liliana Moreno (Proyecta-Ingenieros) runner-up last year. This Saturday
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HAVANA. With the tenth and final stage of 140 kilometers finished on Thursday the 58th edition of the Tour of Guatemala, categorized as 2.2 by the International Cycling Union (UCI). The member Hino – One La Red, Alder Torres, was the first to arrive at the finish line with a time of 3 hours, 13 minutes and 45 seconds, while Guatemalan Alfredo Ajpacajá was finally in the overall leader ‘s shirt, with a minute and
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BOGOTÁ. Colombia will be in the 18th edition of the Vuelta Femenina a Costa Rica to be played between the 2nd and 4th of this month. The race will start in the line of the Bogota Blanca Liliana Moreno (Astana), who is the current runner-up. Blanca Liliana Moreno this time will be with the Bogota team Mixto 1 Project engineers and comes second in the Grand Prize National Women’s Olympic Committee of Costa Rica won
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SAIN JOSE. This Tuesday took place the Grand Prize of the National Olympic Committee, with the category 1.2 UCI America Tour, which was disputed on the 109 kilometers between the towns of Quepos and Orotina, in a competition that was embraced by the sun from kilometer 0 . Diana Solano (Store 3R Makita), ventured alone in search of the first flying goal, opening a gap with the chasing group of more than 1:20 in the
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HAVANA. The eighth stage of the Vuelta a Guatemala 2018 was won by the local Alfredo Ajpacajá (Decorabaños), with which he consolidated himself as the leader of the giro chapín, categorized 2.2 by the International Cycling Union (UCI) in the America Tour circuit. The 18 kilometer long time trial brought the second place to the Colombian Yeison Rincón, and the third to the local Jhonatan de León. This Wednesday is the ninth and penultimate segment
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Second Arlenis Sierra in the V Giro de la Emilia Havana.- CUBANA Arlenis Sierra once again demonstrated her talent, when today she entered the second of the V Women’s Tour of Emilia, Italy, where she was only surpassed by the Lithuanian Rasa Leleivyte, a 30-year-old runner from the Aromitalia club. According to the site www.tuttobiciweb.it, the “Sierra Antillana” of the Kazakh team Astana left behind outstanding riders, such as the Danish Cecille Ludwing (Cervelo-Bigla) and
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George Tibaquira won the second stage of the Cycling Tour of Ecuador The Colombian George Tibaquira won the second stage of the 35th edition of the Cycling Tour of Ecuador that was held on Sunday, October 7. The multicolored caravan left Tena Park at 09:00 and arrived in Puyo at 11:12. The route was mostly flat with a single mountain prize where cyclists climbed two kilometers. In second place of the stage arrived Elías Tello,
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