Excitement, adrenaline and determination will be experienced in the Pan American Youth Track Championship, organized by the Peruvian Cycling Federation, in the imposing Velodrome of the Legado Special Project, which will open its doors for sports lovers to enjoy this international event free of charge.

This tournament will be held from June 19 to 23, with the support of the Pan American Cycling Confederation (COPACI) and will feature 200 cyclists from 11 countries. The great news is that the public will be able to enter free of charge to enjoy the competitions, by registering in advance through Legado’s social networks, the federation’s web page or directly by filling out the following form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1CefJx32Z8tlNXWTAyJgd-3cKWwV0ggVK9BP3orc9EEU/viewform?edit_requested=true.

This was announced at a press conference by the president of the Peruvian Cycling Federation, Gustavo Matus de la Parra; the executive director of the Legado Special Project, Enrique Fernández Paniagua and the international technical delegate, Hernando Zuluaga; among other authorities.

“I am very proud that the Pan American Games will be held at the Legado Videna venue, a unique infrastructure in the country, which we are making available for Peruvian cycling to be placed in the world showcase. Our commitment is that all the venues maintain their optimum level. I invite the institutions to work in a coordinated way to promote the sport and the massification of the discipline, only together we will achieve it”, affirmed the executive director of Legado.

Undoubtedly, the event promises to offer a great sporting spectacle from Legado’s modern Velodrome, with a capacity for about 1,500 people.

The following countries will participate in the Junior Pan American Games: Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica, Colombia, Argentina, Mexico, Ecuador, Venezuela and Peru. The national delegation will be made up of 7 youth athletes: Álvaro Zevallos Dávila, José Rodríguez Manrique, Esaúl Cucho Vega, Kevin Mendoza Huamán, Luis Espinoza Lazo, Didier Cruz Páucar and José Varea Chung. All of them led by coaches Daniel Yépez, Víctor Cavero and Angélica Quinteros.

“We are very excited about the tournament. We have prepared a lot and we are convinced to show our capabilities. All of us are aiming to be in Lima 2027,” added Stefano Espinoza, from the Peruvian delegation.

The imposing Legado Videna Velodrome is one of the most modern on the continent. It has a seating capacity of 1516 attendees.

The Peruvian Cycling Federation and the Special Legacy Project, through its infrastructure, will continue to work together to organize more national and international events, valid for the exponents of America to compete in high-level sports venues.

Source: Legacy Project Communication Area