SANTO DOMINGO. Robinson Chalapud became the master and master of the 40th edition of the Vuelta Ciclista Independencia, after raising his arms as the great champion of the event corresponding to this year that had its culmination with a circuit made in the monumental area of Santiago.
Chalapud, a veteran Colombian rider who will turn 35 in the next few days, dominated the individual general classification since the start of the event when he won the first stage on the San Cristóbal-Baní-San José de Ocoa route.
The representative of Team Medellín finished in the first batch in the circuit to maintain in 31 seconds his advantage over his teammate Oscar Sevilla, who on Saturday had conquered the stage of the mountains that culminated in Constanza.
To the monarch of the route championship in Colombia in 2015, three of his teammates from Medellin, such as Sevilla, also a long-distance cyclist, who was 31 seconds behind, Cristhian Montoyo finished at 1:00, Harold Tejada finished at 4: 09 minutes
Ismael Sánchez finished as the top-ranked Dominican and finished fifth in 6:27 minutes, being the only man to arrive in the top ten. The 40th edition of the Vuelta Ciclista was dedicated to the journalist Héctor J. Cruz, Sports Editor of Listín Diario and all the stages were on national television through Colimdo TV, channel 88 of Claro.
The turn was enclaved in category 2.2 endorsed by the International Cycling Union and it granted points for the Olympic Games of Tokyo 2020.
The day of Sunday that comprised a circuit in the monumental area of Santiago was conquered by Sebastián Caro, of the Deprisa team of Bolivia, occupying Welington Canela, of Aero Cycling Team the second place and Geovanny García, of Eda Evolution closed in third.
Caro undertook a break in the last round of the test, taking off from a quartet that integrated with Canela, Adderlin Cruz and Weimar Roldán, from the team Medellín. The winner traveled the 135 kilometers of the race in two hours, 08 minutes and 38 seconds. (ciclismord.com)
TEN FIRST CLASSIFICATION STAGE 6 FINAL (91.0 KM).
1. CARO, Sebastian Orlando (BOL) 2:08:38
2. CANELA, Wellinton Dariel (AER) +0:00:03
3. GARCIA, Geovanny A. (EDA) +0:00:06
4. JURADO, Christopher (SCA) +0:00:16
5. BAKKER, Stephan (GCH) +0:00:16
6. GERMAN MERAN, Rafael (AER) +0:00:18
7. ROLDAN, Weimar Alfonso (MED) +0:00:18
8. GARCIA, Joel (DTG) +0:00:27
9. CUESTA, Steven Manuel (BOL) +0:00:36
10. GAMERO, Alonso Miguel (SSA) +0:00:36
TEN FIRST GENERAL INDIVIDUAL CLASSIFICATION FINAL.
1. CHALAPUD, Robinson Eduardo (MED) 18:08:09
2. SEVILLA, Oscar Miguel (MED) +00:00:31
3. MONTOYA, Cristhian (MED) +00:01:00
4. TEJADA, Harold Alfonso (MED) +00:04:09
5. SANCHEZ, Nelson Ismael (AER) +00:06:27
6. RABON, Albeiro (BOL) +00:06:32
7. PEREZ, Wilmar Jahir (BOL) +00:06:33
8. ALVAREZ, Miguel Luis (DCT) +00:07:08
9. MONTALVO, Diego Samuel (SAI) +00:07:13
10. URBANO, Jerson Ruben (SAI) +00:09:11
MONTAIN GENERAL FINAL CLASSIFICATION.
1. MONTOYA, Cristhian (MED) 28 pts.
2. GERMAN MERAN, Rafael (AER) 24
3. CHALAPUD, Robinson Eduardo (MED) 20
4. SEVILLA, Oscar Miguel (MED) 20
5. TEJADA, Harold Alfonso (MED) 15
POINTS GENERAL FINAL CLASSIFICATION.
1. BAKKER, Stephan (GCH) 61 pts.
2. JURADO, Christopher (SCA) 56
3. CUESTA, Steven Manuel (BOL) 50
4. SEVILLA, Oscar Miguel (MED) 49
5. CAPELLAN, Deivy (ECC) 48
U 23 GENERAL FINAL CLASSIFICATION.
1. TEJADA, Harold Alfonso (MED) +00:04:09
2. MONTALVO, Diego Samuel (SAI) +00:07:13
3. GONZALEZ, Abner (CAR) +00:10:54
SPRINT GENERAL FINAL CLASSIFICATION.
1. JURADO, Christopher (SCA) 18 pts.
2. MILAN, Diego (DCT) 11
3. GERMAN MERAN, Rafael (AER) 10
4. DE LA CRUZ, Michel J. (EDA) 6
5. MARTINEZ, Jorge Luis (ARC) 6
TEAM GENERAL FINAL CLASSIFICATION.
1. MEDELLIN (MED) 54:25:44
2. DEPRISA BOLIVIA (BOL) +00:22:23
3. INTEJA IMCA – RIDEA DCT (DCT) +00:29:36
4. TEAM SAITEL (SAI) +00:29:54
5. AERO CYCLING TEAM (AER) +00:32:08