The organization of the 2022 Pan American BMX Championship confirmed this Tuesday the participation of 10 countries and more than 300 international riders in the event that will take place in Santiago del Estero, Argentina, on September 10 and 11, although that figure could increase hours before the start. of the competition.

According to the published lists, 22 Argentine pilots will race, one from Aruba, two from Bolivia, 19 from Brazil, 13 from Chile, 11 from Colombia, 14 from Ecuador, one from Guatemala, one from Peru and four from Venezuela. They will do so in the Junior Women, Junior Men, Women Sub 23, Elite Men, Men Sub 23 and Elite Women categories.

For their part, 354 Argentine pilots, 71 Bolivians, 87 Brazilians, 88 Chileans, 39 Colombians, 11 Peruvians, 33 Ecuadorians will compete in the Challenger tests. They will do so in the categories Ladies 5-7 years, Ladies 8 years, Ladies 10 years, Ladies 14 years, Ladies 15 years, Ladies 17-24 years, Men 7 years, Men 9 years, Men 11 years, Men 13 years, Men 15 years old, Men 17-24 years old, Ladies Cruise 13-16 years old, Ladies Cruise 30-39 years old, Ladies Cruise 40 years old and over, Men’s Cruise 12 years old and under, Men’s Cruise 13-14 years old.

They can also do it on Cruise Men 15-16 years old, Cruise Men 17-24 years old, Cruise Men 44-44 years old, Cruise Men 45-49 years old, Ladies 11 years old, Ladies 12 years old, Ladies 13 years old, Ladies 25 years old and more, Men 5-6 years old, Men 8 years old, Men 10 years old, Men 12 years old, Men 14 years old, Men 16 years old, Men 25-29 years old, Men 30-34 years old, Men 35 years old and over, Master 30 and over, Cruise Ladies 12 years old, Men’s Cruise 25-29 years old, Men’s Cruise 30-34 years old and Men’s Cruise 35-39 years old.

It should be noted that in this edition, which will be held at the international BMX track in Santiago del Estero, the Camicletas, 5-year-old School, 6-year-old School, up to 4-year-old School and Inclusion categories will also participate.

Precisely on Monday night, the new lighting system of the International BMX Track in Santiago del Estero was officially inaugurated, through a symbolic act that was headed by the Secretary of Sports of the province, Carlos Dapello, on behalf of Governor Gerardo Zamora .

Also present were the president of the Argentine BMX Federation and the Santiagueña Bicicross Association (Asabi), Héctor Ciappino, and the director of Electricity for the province, Enzo Trungeliti. It should be noted that it was a ceremony that featured the stellar presence of the Argentine BMX Team along with its coaching staff.

The new lighting, presented within the framework of the Pan American BMX Championship, is a state-of-the-art LED system. It is characterized by having regulated lumens for high definition recordings and synchronized with ultra slow motion cameras.